Last Updated on 12 September, 2022
NBA 2k23 Contact Dunk Requirements – Small, Elite Bigman, Pro Contact, Elite, Pro Bigman, Elite x2, Small x2 and Pro x2
If you want your player to score with a contact dunk in NBA 2K23 MyCareer, the mode in which you strive to become one of the top players in the NBA, you must check out the conditions. Dunks are one of the best ways to score since, if you use them frequently, they will greatly increase the popularity of your character.
NBA 2k23 Contact Dunk Requirements – Full List
There are several types of Contact Dunk, but in order to perform them you must meet two requirements of Driving or Standing Dunk, Height of the player, and Vertical, we summarize them all below
- Small Contact Dunks Off One – Driving Dunk 86+ & Playershorter than 6’5″.
- Elite Bigman Contact Dunks – Standing Dunk 90+ & Playerabove 6’10”.
- Pro Contact Dunks Off One – Driving Dunk 84+ & Vertical 75+.
- Elite Contact Dunks Off One – Driving Dunk 92+ & Vertical 85+.
- Pro Bigman Contact Dunks – Driving Dunk 80+ & Playerabove 6’10”.
- Elite Contact Dunks Off Two – Driving Dunk 92+ & Vertical 80+.
- Small Contact Dunks Off Two – Driving Dunk 86+ & Playershorter than 6’5″.
- Pro Contact Dunks Off Two – Driving Dunk 84+ & Vertical to 70+.
So not every player can do every contact dunk, and you will need to adjust your MyPlayer stats if you need to get them all.
NBA 2k23 Contact Dunk Requirements – How to Dunk
In NBA 2K23, there are two ways to dunk: pushing the shoot button or directing the right stick in the direction of the rim while maintaining sprint trigger pressure.
Your player can go for a slam dunk by pressing the square button on the PS5 or the X button on the Xbox while simultaneously depressing the R2 or RT trigger, depending on the console you’re using.
If you choose that route, you can also do a dunk by pointing the right stick in the direction of the hoop while pressing the R2 or RT trigger.
FAQ – How to use the Dunk Meter?
In NBA 2K23, the dunk counter is back for another season. As you have to timing your dunk or layup in a player’s green box, it is analogous to the shot meter. In NBA 2K23, timing is essential for dunks because all finishes, including layups, dunks, and alley-oops, require the shot meter.
The green box will come in different sizes. The likelihood of executing the move will increase with a player’s position and greater dunk rating. An opponent guarding the paint will almost certainly make the finish more challenging.
Players receive a particular boost when attempting to finish dunks close to the rim thanks to traits and specializations like Lob City Finisher or Fearless Finisher.