NBA 2K21 has made significant changes to the famous basketball simulation franchise's shooting methods, which means that even some seasoned fans may throw air balls. In this guide, we outline the main points of Pro Stick shooting aiming, percentage increase, etc. NBA2K21MT will also show you some game settings that you can adjust to simplify the entire game's shooting process.
In the previous NBA 2K, players were accustomed to the range meter, which essentially rewards you for releasing the moment you shoot. As you can see from this screenshot, the system in NBA 2K21 is quite different. The effective area is located on the side of the light meter, and the area can vary depending on the shooting location. Essentially, this means that every shot in NBA 2K21 requires a slight change in the way it moves. This makes the technical limit of shooting higher than in the past.
Here are some tips for using the Pro Stick Aiming option (enabled by default) to get green.
Pull down the right stick. Note that the meter starts close to the center, not to the left or right.
After pulling it back, adjust the joystick position to the left or right according to the high percentage area's place. If you have very stable hands to aim your lens correctly, this will help.
When using the Pro Stick Aiming, there is no need to release the lens. Just pull down the joystick, adjust the target, and the role will be taken care of by the rest.
There is no penalty for using the trigger to make a mistake, but you will get a more significant improvement if you do it correctly.
Combined with this promotion concept, it is worth noting that shooting has been completely troubled by NBA 2K21. Developers have done this, and the sharpshooter's overalls need to be maintained at least at the lowest level of the 70s or 80s to score consistently. Therefore, if you use these techniques and still do not cut, you may just be using the wrong ball injector.
Push the stick, use the Pro Stick to pull it back, adjust its position to be slightly closer to the shooting area, and optionally use the trigger to increase the timing. If you can master this slight movement, you will quickly get a regular green.