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Simply stated, Trae Young, in a nutshell, is by and away the most effective Starter player in MyTeam this year, especially in case you've followed our last advice and you're just starting out offline. Young starts out as an unassuming PG but quickly turns (upgrades) into a potent shooter with incredible speed in the early games.
Then, once you fully become Trae Young, you are able to pick up another Starter. Continue this process until you've got five. We selected Jayson Tatum to be our second Starter to work on, however, the amount of mileage you'll get according to the players you meet while working on Young's progression. In the end, you'll have all five starters.
The losers won't forfeit their $10,000 VC and those still in the game can play against very simple AI opponents. It's difficult work, but, with 10,000 VC could be just the starting point for each thrown game there's the potential to make money, with small risk.
NBA 2K22 has a plethora of badges players can utilize to enhance their MyPlayer builds, but most of them don't give your baller a worthwhile boost. We've covered a few excellent badges and MyPlayer builds that you can make to Buy MT 2K22 give yourself an edge on your rivals, but we'll now look at some that aren't worth your time. Here are 10 of the worst badges available in NBA 2K22 spread across shooting, defense, finishing, and playmaking.