NBA 2K23 MyTEAM Playoffs Players

NBA 2K23 MyTEAM Playoffs Players
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The 2022-23 NBA Playoffs commenced on Saturday, April 15, and ran until yesterday, June 12, when the Denver Nuggets defeated the Miami Heat to win their first NBA Championship Title. From start to finish, the 2023 NBA Playoffs was filled with excitement, heart, and competitive intensity, and NBA 2K23 wanted to add to jump in on the fun with their very own Playoffs players release.

Though the Playoffs feature doesn’t contain the makeup of a full on Event or Program (comes with limited time packs and no collection sets), it does cater a stacked cast of current 2022-23 NBA Playoff stars that can also evolve into better overall versions depending how well they performed. What’s awesome about this Playoffs drop though, is that it comes with over 185 new cards, ranging from Rubies to Dark Matter players.

With NBA 2K23 going live with its Playoffs player drop on Saturday, April 15, the ongoing release has now officially come to a close today, granting fans a slew of incredible player items and or evolve variations they can add for their MyTEAM lineups. Should you be after any of the Playoffs Dark Matter and Galaxy Opal players that were released in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM – including their evolve versions – we’ve got you covered with the complete list down below.

NBA 2K23 MyTEAM Playoffs Players

NBA 2K23 MyTEAM Playoffs

The only three main methods available to secure these new Playoffs players in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM is by purchasing them from the Auction Market using MyTEAM Coin, unlocking them from random packs you acquire, or by completing Playoffs Spotlight Challenges.

To locate these challenges, visit the Spotlight Challenges menu in MyTEAM, and as you scroll down, you will see the different NBA Playoff Series (Bucks vs Heat Series for example) that will come with regular Playoffs Packs or Deluxe Playoffs Packs as their rewards. Each Playoffs series will have a certain challenge and reward available for each game that is played, whether it’s tokens, MyTEAM Coin, or Playoffs Packs. So there’s plenty to be had with this new Playoffs Spotlight Challenge collection.

Aside from these three methods, NBA 2K23 MyTEAM did add three Playoffs Deluxe Player Packs within the rewards path of its Triple Threat offline mode for Season 7. These three Playoffs Deluxe Player Packs can be unlocked at the 25 win mark, the 50 win mark, and the 75 win mark. Should you opt to go after Playoffs players from the Auction Market, most of them do come with reasonable prices, especially when targeting Diamond and Pink Diamond players.

In addition, if any of the Playoffs players had a strong performance, their card received an evolve star. However, if any of them had multiple spectacular performances, those players have more than one evolve star, allowing you to evolve them into some of the best cards in the game.

So without further ado, here’s the 38 Dark Matter and Galaxy Opal Playoffs players that have arrived in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM, to go along with all of the latest Evolve Playoffs players:

Playoffs Evolution Players

NBA 2K23 Playoffs Players

As highlighted above, several NBA 2K23 Playoffs players that have earned evolve cards, received big upgrades from their previous overalls. If you acquire the original version of any of these players, you can complete their in-game challenges to evolve them into their higher overall forms.

That said, should you want to save yourself some time, you can also find these improved evolve versions in the Auction Market. However, the better the evolve player you’re after, the more expensive they will be to purchase.

Here’s the complete list:

76ers

  1. James Harden (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 97 Overall and 98 Overall
  2. Tyrese Maxey (SG/PG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 94 Overall and 97 Overall
  3. Tobias Harris (SF/PF) – 98 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  4. Paul Reed (C/PF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 89 Overall and 93 Overall
  5. De’Anthony Melton (SG/PG) – 97 Overall
    • 95 Overall

Bucks

  1. Brook Lopez (C) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 95 and 98 Overall
  2. Pat Connaughton (SF/SG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 95 Overall
  3. Joe Ingles (SG/SF) – 94 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall

Cavaliers

  1. Darius Garland (PG/SG) – 98 Overall
    • Previously – 94 Overall
  2. Caris LeVert (SF/SG) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall

Celtics

  1. Jayson Tatum (PF/SF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 98 Overall
  2. Marcus Smart (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall and 97 Overall
  3. Derrick White (SG/PG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 93 Overall and 97 Overall
  4. Malcolm Brogden (PG/SG) – 98 Overall
    • Previously – 97 Overall
  5. Robert Williams III (C/PF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall

Clippers

  1. Russell Westbrook (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 98 Overall
  2. Norman Powell (SF/SG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 95 Overall
  3. Mason Plumlee (C) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 88 Overall
  4. Nah’Shon Hyland (PG/SG) – 95 Overall
    • Previously – 88 Overall

Grizzlies

  1. Desmond Bane (SG/SF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall and 97 Overall
  2. Xavier Tillman (C/PF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 89 Overall

Hawks

  1. Trae Young (PG/SG) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 97 Overall and 99 Overall
  2. De’Andre Hunter (SF/PF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  3. Dejounte Murray (SG/PG) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall
  4. John Collins (PF/C) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall
  5. Sadiq Bey (PF/SF) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 90 Overall
  6. Bogdan Bogdanović (SG/SF) – 95 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall

Heat

  1. Jimmy Butler (SF/SG) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 99 Overall
  2. Bam Adebayo (C/PF) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 98 Overall and 99 Overall
  3. Caleb Martin (PF/SF) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 87, 93, 97, and 99 Overall
  4. Gabe Vincent (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 88, 94, 96, and 97 Overall
  5. Kyle Lowry (PG/SG) – 98 Overall
    • Previously94 Overall and 95 Overall
  6. Duncan Robinson (SF/SG) – 98 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall and 96 Overall
  7. Max Strus (SG/SF) – 98 Overall
    • Previously – 94 Overall
  8. Kevin Love (PF/C) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall

Kings

  1. DeAaron Fox (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 98 Overall
  2. Malik Monk (SG/SF) – 98 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  3. Davion Mitchell (PG/SG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 95 Overall
  4. Keegan Murray (PF/SF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 95 Overall

Knicks

  1. Jalen Brunson (PG/SG) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 92, 97, and 99 Overall
  2. Mitchell Robinson (C) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall and 98 Overall
  3. R.J. Barrett (SF/SG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  4. Josh Hart (SF/SG) – 97 Overall
    • 88 Overall and 95 Overall
  5. Immanuel Quickley (PG/SG) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall

Lakers

  1. Anthony Davis (C/PF) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 99 Overall
  2. Lonnie Walker IV (SF/SG) – 98 Overall
    • Previously – 95 Overall
  3. D’Angelo Russell (PG/SG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  4. Rui Hachimura (PF/SF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 93 Overall
  5. Austin Reaves (SG/PG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  6. Dennis Schröder (PG/SG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 89 Overall and 94 Overall
  7. Jarred Vanderbilt (PF/C) – 94 Overall
    • Previously – 88 Overall

Nets

  1. Cameron Johnson (SF/PF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 89 Overall
  2. Spencer Dinwiddie (PG/SG) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  3. Nick Claxton (C/PF) – 97 Overall
    • Previously – 94 Overall

Suns

  1. Devin Booker (SG/PG) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 99 Overall
  2. Deandre Ayton (C) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 91 Overall
  3. Cameron Payne (PG/SG) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 88 Overall
  4. Landry Shamet (SG/PG) – 95 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall

Timberwolves

  1. Anthony Edwards (SG/SF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 98 Overall
  2. Mike Conley (PG/SG) – 96 Overall
    • Previously – 94 Overall
  3. Kyle Anderson (PF/SF) – 95 Overall
    • Previously – 88 Overall
  4. Nickeil Alexander-Walker (SG/PG) – 94 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall

Warriors

  1. Stephen Curry (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 98 Overall
  2. Draymond Green (PF/C) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 97 Overall
  3. Kevon Looney (C/PF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 95 Overall and 98 Overall
  4. Moses Moody (SF/SG) – 94 Overall
    • Previously – 88 Overall

Playoffs Denver Nuggets Evolve Players

For those of you that were scratching their heads, wondering where all the Nuggets Playoffs evolve players ran off to, they’re all listed down below here. And why you might ask? Because after winning the franchise’s first NBA Title last night, taking down the Miami Heat in five games (4-1), NBA 2K23 MyTEAM decided to give everyone on the Nuggets a Dark Matter Playoffs Evolve star if they didn’t have one already.

That’s right! Should you have or acquire any of the Playoffs Players from the Nuggets, you will be able to evolve them into a Dark Matter item or better by completing their in-game challenges. To help get you jump started, NBA 2K23 MyTEAM has provided a locker code for fans to unlock a free Playoffs Evolve Denver Nuggets Option Pack, allowing players to select their favorite Nugget on the 2022-23 title-winning team, which they will be able to then evolve into a Dark Matter item.

So without further ado, here’s a look at the complete list of Denver Nuggets Playoffs Evolve players you can secure in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM.

Denver Nuggets

  1. Nikola Jokić (C/PF) – 99 Overall + 45 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 98, 99, and 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
  2. Jamal Murray (PG/SG) – 99 Overall + 40 HOF Badges
    • Previously – 96, 97, and 99 Overall
  3. Aaron Gordon (PF/SF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 98 Overall
  4. Michael Porter Jr. (SF/PF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 97 Overall
  5. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (SG/SF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 95 Overall and 97 Overall
  6. Bruce Brown (SG/PG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 87, 93, 96, and 98 Overall
  7. Christian Braun (SF/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall and 97 Overall
  8. Jeff Green (SF/PF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 96 Overall
  9. DeAndre Jordan (C) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 93 Overall
  10. Reggie Jackson (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 89 Overall
  11. Ish Smith (PG/SG) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall
  12. Vlatko Čančar (PF/SF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall
  13. Zeke Nnaji (C/PF) – 99 Overall
    • Previously – 87 Overall

Should you be after any of the original Dark Matter and Galaxy Opal Playoffs players, we list them down below.

Dark Matter (99 Overall)

  1. Giannis Antetokounmpo (PF/SF) – Bucks
  2. Kawhi Leonard (PF/SF) – Clippers
  3. Jimmy Butler (SF/SG) – Heat
  4. Tyler Herro (SG/PG) – Heat
  5. LeBron James (SF/PF) – Lakers
  6. Anthony Davis (C/PF) – Lakers
  7. Kevin Durant (PF/SF) – Suns
  8. Devin Booker (SG/PG) – Suns

Galaxy Opal (98 Overall)

  1. Donovan Mitchell (SG/PG) – Cavaliers
  2. Evan Mobley (PF/C) – Cavaliers
  3. Jayson Tatum (PF/SF) – Celtics
  4. Blake Griffin (PF/C) – Celtics
  5. Russell Westbrook (PG/SG) – Clippers
  6. Ja Morant (PG/SG) – Grizzlies
  7. Bam Adebayo (C/PF) – Heat
  8. DeAaron Fox (PG/SG) – Kings
  9. Julius Randle (PF/C) – Knicks
  10. Nikola Jokić (C/PF) – Nuggets
  11. Aaron Gordon (PF/SF) – Nuggets
  12. Joel Embiid (C/PF) – 76ers
  13. Karl-Anthony Towns (PF/C) – Timberwolves
  14. Anthony Edwards (SG/SF) – Timberwolves
  15. Stephen Curry (PG/SG) – Warriors
  16. Jordan Poole (PG/SG) – Warriors

Galaxy Opal (97 Overall)

  1. Jrue Holiday (PG/SG) – Bucks
  2. Jaylen Brown (SG/SF) – Celtics
  3. Malcolm Brogden (PG/SG) – Celtics
  4. Al Horford (PF/C) – Celtics
  5. Jaren Jackson Jr. (PF/C) – Grizzlies
  6. Trae Young (PG/SG) – Hawks
  7. Domantas Sabonis (C) – Kings
  8. Mikal Bridges (SF/SG) – Nets
  9. Michael Porter Jr. (SF/PF) – Nuggets
  10. Chris Paul (PG/SG) – Suns
  11. James Harden (PG/SG) – 76ers
  12. Klay Thompson (SG/SF) – Warriors
  13. Draymond Green (PF/C) – Warriors
  14. Andrew Wiggins (SF/PF) – Warriors

Should you want to check out the remaining Playoff Pink Diamond, Diamond, Amethyst, and Ruby players, we recommend visiting NBA 2KDB’s Playoffs page here, where all 185+ players that have come with the release are listed.

If you’re looking to add one of the new WNBA Coach cards to one of your lineups, we cover the full list you can find in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM. Or should you be trying to get your hands on the free Carmelo Anthony locker code in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM, we list it here with its corresponding reward and expiration date.

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