In the NBA, Steph Curry has long been regarded as one of the best players in the game, so it came as no surprise when the NBA 2K MT series decided to replicate his signature moves in digital form. This has led some to speculate that the infamous Curry Slide will return in NBA 2K22.
In the Curry Slide, Curry transitions from one hand to the other while sliding in the direction in which he is dribbling.
Due to the fact that it provides a speed boost for pulling it off, this move has become increasingly popular in recent years with MyPlayer, resulting in some of the more hardcore players becoming extremely frustrated with what they perceive to be a cheap technique.
IN NBA 2K22, DOES THE CURRY SLIDE APPEAR?
As long as you're playing as Steph Curry, the Curry Slide is technically in the game right now if you're using his techniques, which you can do at any time while you're playing as him.
Many of the people who have complained about the Curry Slide's inclusion in recent years will be pleased to know that, at least for MyPlayer, the Curry Slide will not be present in its usual form in NBA 2K22. The Curry Slide animation is rumored to be something that will be added later, perhaps through Seasons, though this has not been officially confirmed by 2K Sports and has instead been reported by various members of the gaming community.
There are some alternatives you can try in the meantime to somewhat emulate the Curry Slide in NBA 2K22, though not to the extent that it has been done in the past. Your best bet is the Signature Size-Up For Kemba Walker animation, though your player must be under 6'5′′ in order to use it. This can be accomplished by selecting Animation from your MyPlayer menu.
From there, navigate to Signature Size-Up under the Playmaking Moves heading and press Square to bring up the Animation Store. Scroll down and select the K. Walker option from the drop-down menu. If you haven't upgraded your player, however, it will not appear because it requires your MyPlayer to have a Ball Handle of 85 or higher. Otherwise, you'll have to wait and see if, and hopefully when, the Curry Slide will make an official return in NBA 2K22 MT for those who want it back.
The Covers of NBA 2K22 feature athletes from all over the world.
Athletes who appear on the cover of magazines are in vogue this year. Luka Doncic, a Slovenian basketball player who plays for the Dallas Mavericks, will be on the cover of both the regular and cross-gen editions of the game, which means he'll appear in both as a point guard/small forward. It is expected that three superstars will compete in the NBA 75th Anniversary Edition this year: Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar of the NBA, and Kevin Durant of the United States Men's National Basketball team.
Candace Parker, a former Los Angeles Sparks star who is currently playing for the Chicago Sky, is featured in the WNBA 25th Anniversary Edition.