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  • Along with NBA Playoff and Daily Log-in Agendas, 2K Games unveiled a new series pack titled Takeoff 2, which features an all-new Dark Matter Unit, along with Galaxy Opal, Pink Diamond, as well as Diamond units 2K MT. The players who have purchased the highly detailed NBA 2K22 mode will have only a short time to collect every iconic player.

    A new member of the Dark Matter group is 99-overall Derrick Rose, a current player for the New York Knicks. However, the group features Rose who was a member of the Chicago Bulls, where he quickly became famous in the NBA's 2008-09 Rookie of the year. The three-time All-Star was then rewarded with winning the league's MVP in just his second year and thus making his team one of the top players in NBA 2K22's point guard lineup.

    In his place are Galaxy Opal Kevin Love (98-overall), Pink Diamond Michael Porter Jr. (96-overall) and Diamond Kawhi Leonard (94-overall). Leonard and Love are the only two players to have more than three NBA Championships and ten All-Star Game appearances, while 21-year old Porter Jr. is averaging 15.6 points and 6.2 assists per game for his team the Houston Rockets.

    In addition to the latest additions With the most recent additions, the Level-Up Daily season 6 Agenda continues to roll out new players each day as part of a program that challenges players to do different assignments to earn the player of the day. To begin the list of Emerald-level players is the 80-overall Alperen Sengun, the 19-year-old Turkish center from The Oklahoma City Thunder, followed by the 81-overall Lonzo Ball as well as the 82-overall Patrick Williams, and 83-overall Luka Doncic.

    The NBA 2K22 player who is the cover. The roster is trimmed to one leveled player in the Emerald category and there are 16 more days of featured players leading towards the Dark Matter unit on the last day Buy 2K22 MT. Apart from the daily log-in 99 over-all Dark Matter Chris Bosh hit the market. He is sporting the black and red hues from his days playing for his former team the Toronto Raptors.