It seems special moments are happening in the blink

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Those include NBA 2K22 MT Coins Floor General, Quick First Step, Pass Fake Maestro, Needle Threader, Break Starter, Dimer, and Clamps. Not a poor item whatsoever for the man who captained Team Giannis at the 2021 All-Star Game. The new packs also feature other top-rated cards including a brand new Andrei Kirilenko Galaxy Opal which comprises a Hall of Fame Clamps Badge. There's also a Pink Diamond John Wall and Diamond Zydrunas Ilgauskas accessible as seen in the promotional movie that MyTeam tweeted on Friday.

It seems special moments are happening in the blink of an eye that this NBA season, as players continue to exceed expectations. That was the case at a recent Brooklyn Nets game where Caris LeVert went bonkers, scoring a new career-high. In honor of this Nets celebrity, a fresh new NBA  2K22 Seconds card and Moments Challenge are now available in MyTeam. On Tuesday night, Caris LeVert scored 14 points in only three quarters to get his team's road game in the Celtics. However, according to ESPN, he erupted to outscore the Celtics 37-36 by himself within the fourth quarter and overtime. The result was a career-high 51 points for LeVert plus a large win for Brooklyn.

LeVert ended up shooting 17-for-26 from the game including 5-for-10 out of downtown. Besides his 51 points, he also recorded five assists and four rebounds at the 129-120 win. The NBA published a highlight video from his memorable night. In recognition of this operation, he received a brand new NBA  2K22 Moments card as shown below. It's a Pink Diamond rated at 97 total which is accessible through Moments and Heat Assess packs until Monday, March 9. LeVert also obtained a Moments card with a 92 OVR for his buy mt coins February 8 performance. Spencer Dinwiddie and Kyrie Irving are different Nets with Minutes cards so far this year.

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