Week 2: NBA 2K19 MyTEAM Weekly Challenges

Check out Week 2 of the NBA 2K19 MyTEAM Weekly Challenges!


1. Lock

Reward: 200 TM

Single Player Challenge

Difficulty: Pro

Room length: 2 minutes

Challenge rules: There are no restrictions for this challenge.

Victory conditions: Win the game.

Description: Utah is one of the best defensive teams in the league. See if you can fight your way through their defense and earn a victory to claim your reward and advance.


2. Spot Up

Reward: 225 TM

Single Player Challenge

Difficulty: Pro

Room length: 3 minutes

Challenge rules: There are no restrictions for this challenge.

Victory conditions: Win the game by making three triples as a team.

Description: Getting a big win in today’s NBA means taking down a few shots from behind the arc. Knock down 3 triples and win the game to claim your reward and advance.


3. Protect the paint

Reward: 300 TM

Single Player Challenge

Difficulty: Pro

Room length: 4 minutes

Challenge rules: There are no restrictions for this challenge.

Victory conditions: Win the game.

Description: Philadelphia led the league in points in the paint for 2018. Protect the paint and win a win over them to claim your reward and advance.


4. Dunkfest

Reward: 400 TM

Single Player Challenge

Difficulty: Pro

Room length: 4 minutes

Challenge rules: There are no restrictions for this challenge.

Victory conditions: Win the game by getting at least 3 team dunks.

Description: Toronto has a reputation for having great dunks on its list. Get some dunks on the way to victory to claim your reward and advance.


5. Teamwork

Reward: 600 TM

Single Player Challenge

Difficulty: Pro

Room length: 5 minutes

Challenge rules: There are no restrictions for this challenge.

Victory conditions: Win the game.

Description: The Spurs are known for their excellent ball movement, and your job is to stop them tonight and win. If you can do it, you will get a great reward.


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Kyle richards

Kyle richards

I’m a design thinker, a builder of digital things, and a firm believer in the power of sports.


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