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NBA 2K23 MyTEAM – New Playoffs Players Arrive

Apr-19-2023 PST

The NBA Playoffs for the 2022-23 season kicked off on Saturday, April 15th, and it has been an exciting start. NBA 2K23 has added to the excitement by releasing their own set of Playoffs players.

While the Playoffs feature is not a full Event or Program (with no challenges, packs, or collection sets), it does offer a lineup of 2022-23 NBA playoff stars that can evolve into better versions based on their performance. The Playoffs release encompasses more than 185 fresh cards that cover a wide range of players, including Rubies to Dark Matter.

The limited time release went live on April 15th, but fans still have plenty of time to get their hands on these incredible player items and evolve variations. If you're after any of the Playoffs Dark Matter and Galaxy Opal players released in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM, we've got you covered with the full list below.

To obtain the new Playoffs players in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM, you have two options: either buy them from the Auction Market with NBA 2K23 MT or receive them randomly through unlocked packs like the Heroic Pack. However, most of the players are reasonably priced, especially when targeting Diamond and Pink Diamond players.

In addition, some Playoff players will receive an evolve boost based on their performance. Rui Hachimura, Kevin Love, Jamal Murray, and Austin Reaves are among the players who have already received an evolution boost.

Here are the 35+ Dark Matter and Galaxy Opal Playoffs players that have arrived in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM:

Dark Matter (99 Overall)

Giannis Antetokounmpo (PF/SF) – Bucks

Kawhi Leonard (PF/SF) – Clippers

Jimmy Butler (SF/SG) – Heat

Tyler Herro (SG/PG) – Heat

LeBron James (SF/PF) – Lakers

Anthony Davis (C/PF) – Lakers

Kevin Durant (PF/SF) – Suns

Devin Booker (SG/PG) – Suns

Galaxy Opal (98 Overall)

Donovan Mitchell (SG/PG) – Cavaliers

Evan Mobley (PF/C) – Cavaliers

Jayson Tatum (PF/SF) – Celtics

Blake Griffin (PF/C) – Celtics

Russell Westbrook (PG/SG) – Clippers

Ja Morant (PG/SG) – Grizzlies

Bam Adebayo (C/PF) – Heat

DeAaron Fox (PG/SG) – Kings

Julius Randle (PF/C) – Knicks

Nikola Jokić (C/PF) – Nuggets

Aaron Gordon (PF/SF) – Nuggets

Joel Embiid (C/PF) – 76ers

Karl-Anthony Towns (PF/C) – Timberwolves

Anthony Edwards (SG/SF) – Timberwolves

Stephen Curry (PG/SG) – Warriors

Jordan Poole (PG/SG) – Warriors

Galaxy Opal (97 Overall)

Jrue Holiday (PG/SG) – Bucks

Jaylen Brown (SG/SF) – Celtics

MalcolmBrogdon (PG/SG) – Celtics

Al Horford (PF/C) – Celtics

Jaren Jackson Jr. (PF/C) – Grizzlies

Trae Young (PG/SG) – Hawks

Domantas Sabonis (C) – Kings

Mikal Bridges (SF/SG) – Nets

Michael Porter Jr. (SF/PF) – Nuggets