NBA 2K23: How To Steal

NBA 2K23: How To Steal
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On September 9, 2022, NBA 2K23 officially launched and has been a big hit since. Whether you have a next-gen copy or current-gen one, NBA 2K delivered another special game to be excited about and provided a lot of new features for fans to enjoy.

With so many new aspects of the game to learn, it can be a bit overwhelming when you first tryout NBA 2K23. However, the best place to start when scoping it out, is the new gameplay, in order to see how certain details of the game have changed.

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This holds true not only on offense but also on defense. And one of the most popular moves on defense that is very helpful to master, is that of stealing the ball. There’s a lot of beneficial moves one can implement on defense. But stealing the ball just might be at the top of the list and can be a very effective way to disrupt offenses.

On that note, let’s get straight to it and review each consoles’ controls for how to steal in NBA 2K23.

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NBA 2K23 – How To Steal

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PlayStation: Press Square

Xbox: Press X

PC: NumPad 5

Additional Tips: The most important tip with executing steals, comes down to not only the timing, but also the proximity you are to the ball handler. If you’re not close enough, you won’t be able to make the steal, and if you’re too close, you could foul your opponent.

Naturally, the better the defender is, the greater your chances are when stealing the ball from the opponent you’re matching up against. Here’s the list of the top rated players in NBA 2K23 that will give you an idea of which stars you might want to try this out with first.