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  • Every now and then, NBA 2K will give away a free NBA 2K21 Locker Code, allowing MyTeam fans to enter to win a variety of different prizes. When the new MyTeam Flash 1 packs were revealed on Friday, it was a perfect example of this trend. Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets, as well as a Glitched version of Utah Jazz legend John Stockton, are featured in those specific packs.

    Obtaining Flash 1 player cards is now possible with the new NBA 2K21 Locker code.
    While NBA 2K21 has only been out for a few weeks, the company has been giving away a lot of nice freebies. Locker codes for NBA 2K21 are one of the ways to get them. The most recent version is released on the same day as a new pack. Gamers can enter the code below in order to be eligible to receive one of those packs, which contain a chance to win some really nice MyTeam cards.

    The release of the NBA 2K21 Locker Code coincided with the release of a trailer for the new Flash 1 packs in MyTeam mode. Kevin Durant is the star of the show, as he has a Diamond card with a score of 92 overall. As for his skills, KD has respectable numbers in the areas of outside shooting (87), athleticism (81), playmaking (80), and inside shooting (79). Defending is rated at just 71 points, and rebounding is rated at just 65 points.

    John Stockton, the all-time leading assist provider in the NBA, receives a new item in the form of a Glitched card as well. With a 93 overall rating, the former Utah Jazz floor general is distinguished by 93 Playmaking, 88 Outside Scoring, 87 Athleticism, and 80 Defending ratings. For those who are curious about how it was "Glitched," Stocking received a score of 93 for Driving Layup and a score of 90 for Driving Dunk. Do not be surprised if you see MyTeam gamers slamming it down on Stockton's behalf.

    Gamers who want to demonstrate their abilities in NBA 2K21 MyTeam and attempt to earn some serious money now have the opportunity to do so. Detailed information about the NBA 2K21 MyTeam Unlimited Tournament has been released, with a total prize pool of $250,000 up for grabs. The eligibility requirements as well as the deadlines for attempting to qualify have been revealed, so here's what you need to know.

    The eligibility for the NBA 2K21 MyTeam Unlimited tournament, as well as the qualifying dates, have been revealed.
    Following the announcement of the NBA 2K MT Store MyTeam Unlimited tournament on Thursday (Sept. 24), it was revealed that players must reach the Emerald Unlimited tier in order to qualify for each gameday. The first of four gamedays will take place on October 10, 2020, with the second and third taking place on October 11, 2020. November 21, 2020 will be designated as the date for the second gameday. In 2021, two additional gamedays will be held on January 2nd and February 6th.

    In the end, there will be 16 contestants who advance to the next round on the PlayStation and 16 contestants who advance to the next round on the Xbox. Finalists for the championship will be determined by a tie-breaker system, with one finalist from each console. The winning prize money totals $200,000, with the winner taking home the entire sum. The runner-up will not walk away empty-handed, as they will receive $50,000 as compensation for their efforts.

    When it comes to the fine print, we noticed that the tournament is open to anyone who is 18 years old or older and has a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Gold Service subscription. It is also open to nearly all residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, with the exception of residents of Arizona, Connecticut, Maryland, and North Dakota. Residents of Canada, with the exception of those from Quebec, are permitted to enter.

    The NBA 2K MyTeam mode requires players to put together player cards in order to create talented rosters that include stars from the past, present, and future of the league. Cards come with a variety of levels, skill badges, and ratings, as well as other unique characteristics. It has previously been possible for players such as Shaq to play point guard or Spudd Webb to play center using "Glitched" cards.