Last Updated on September 15, 2022 by Emilia
Handles For Days badge In NBA 2k23 and Boost Explained:- NBA 2K23 has unveiled a wide-sweeping set of gameplay changes that it is planning to implement. But, one of the biggest changes comes in the form of the selection of NBA 2K23 badges.
These badges within MyCareer and MyTeam are seeing some fairly big changes with a number of alterations to existing badges. And, on top of that, around a dozen badges have actually been removed from NBA 2K23 entirely, as they didn’t fit the new gameplay outline 2K are aiming for with this year’s game.
So, if you want a brief overview of the NBA 2K23 badges before you step onto the court in MyPlayer or build a team in MyTeam, this article is where you want to be as we will cover each one.
Handles For Days badge In NBA 2k23 and Boost Explained
Boosts:- A player takes less of an energy hit when performing consecutive dribble moves, allowing them to chain together combos quicker and for longer periods of time. (Tier 3)
- Name: Handles For Days
- Description: Reduces the amount of energy lost when performing dribble moves. A player takes less of an energy hit when performing consecutive dribble moves, allowing them to chain together combos quicker for longer periods of time.
- Controls: Use Right Stick for a variety of dribble moves
- Skill(s): Offense > Dribbling
- Type: Playmaking Badge
- Notable NBA Players w/This Badge on HOF: Kyrie Irving, Stephon Marbury, Jamal Crawford (’13-’14 Clippers)
That covers what we know about the NBA 2K23 badges that will appear in MyPlayer. Stay tuned for more guides as we approach the game’s launch and check out current predictions for the NBA 2K23 ratings and the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenges which are back for this year’s games.