NBA 2K19 Guide – How to Make Sweet Post Moves in Court

Although speed plays more and more important role in modern basketball, traditional post move seems less and less affect in match, but most superstar like Lebron Jmaes, Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan are good at low post moves, learn how to make sweet post moves in NBA 2K19 will boost your tactic in match and help you win the game finally. In early games, if you learn how to make post moves and post shots. You can win the match easier. However, it’s not as simple as just pushing the left analog stick toward the basket and hitting the shoot button. This guide will teach you the basic controls of posting up and you can follow our guide to do more practice.

 

Post Moves

To enter Post Mode: Press and hold L2 (Playstation) or LT (XB) to post up

To drive toward the key: R2/RT + Left stick toward key

To drive to the baseline: R2/RT + Left stick toward baseline

Spin Move: Rotate stick outside

Hook Drive: Rotate shot inside

Fakes: Move the shot stick in any direction away from basket

 

Post Shots

Hook: Shot stick left or right toward basket (when close)

Fade: Shot stick left or right away from basket (not close)

Layup: Move and hold the shot stick left or right toward basket (when close) while the using the left stick to move your player toward the basket.

Shimmy Shot: R2/RT + shot stick left or right away from basket

Post Hop: Push left stick left or right away from basket, then press Square/XPost

Step back: left stick away from basket, then press Square/XDropstep: left stick toward hoop, then press Square/Xsing power dribbles, fakes and perfect hook shots.

 

How to Make Sweet Post Moves in Match

Drop step to baseline. After receiving the ball, feel where the defender is.
Drop step to lane (jump hook). After receiving the ball, feel where the defender is.
Turn and face defender and jab step. After receiving the ball, feel where the defender is.
Up and under move.
Dribble-drop move.
Step-out move.

 

Be More Patience

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