NBA 2K24: How to Throw a Bounce Pass Alley-Oop - MGW

NBA 2K24: How to Throw a Bounce Pass Alley-Oop

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Ever wanted to bring the heat on the court, leave the crowd hyped and your opponents eating dust? Well, we’re about to break down the bounce pass alley-oop in NBA 2K24 – a move that separates the rookies from the real deals. Ready to turn your game from zero to hero? Let’s get to it.



The Bounce Pass Alley-Oop: Why It’s Lit

So, why the hype about the bounce pass alley-oop? Imagine this: you’re dribbling down the court, you bounce the rock off the ground, your teammate grabs it mid-air and, bam – throws down a nasty dunk. It’s a killer combo of finesse and power, leaving your opponents straight shook.



Step 1: Screen Play

First things first, we gotta set the stage with a screen. Hit that L1/LB button to get your player in position. Got a specific player in mind for this play? Give L1/LB a tap and choose your guy.



Step 2: The Secret Sauce

Now it’s time to get tricky. You’re gonna mash X and Circle together (A and B for Xbox). It’s like unlocking a cheat code for that bounce pass magic.



Step 3: Aim High

While you’re juggling those buttons, it’s time to aim your pass with the left stick. Make sure you’re locked onto your teammate – slip up with your aim, and your play’s going bust.



Step 4: Square Up

Once you’ve got your pass dialed in and your aim on point, you’ll see a prompt pop up. That’s your cue to hold down the square (X for Xbox) button. But don’t sleep on it – speed is key here.



Step 5: Enjoy the Show

If all goes according to plan, you’re about to witness your player pull off a sick bounce pass alley-oop. You’ve just put on a show – soak it in.



Pro Tips

Keep in mind, this move ain’t easy street. It’s about practice, timing, and understanding the game. Stick with it, and you’ll see your game level up.


Also, know your squad. Not every player is cut out for this kind of play. And read the defense – a bounce pass alley-oop might not always be your best bet against a team of towering defenders.


  • Fernando

    Fernando is doing what he always did, sharing his honest opinions about games whenever he can. The difference is now he is writing and not talking about it.

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