NBA 2K24 PC Keyboard Controls and Key Bindings - MGW

NBA 2K24 PC Keyboard Controls and Key Bindings

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What’s good, baller? So you’ve copped NBA 2K24 and you’re ready to swish some threes, slam some dunks, and break some ankles – all on your keyboard. But wait, those controls seem as complex as an NBA playbook, huh? No sweat, we’ve got the assist for you!


In this guide, we’ve got the lowdown on all the default keyboard and mouse commands for NBA 2K24 on PC. If these controls aren’t your jam, you can always change things up. Just go to Main Menu > Options > Control Settings and ball your way. Now let’s break it down!



Basic Offense and Defense Controls

  • Move Player: W, A, S, D


  • PRO STICK™ (Dribble Moves / Passing / Shooting): Numpad 2, 4, 6, 8


  • HardStop/Post-Up/Protect: Left Shift


  • Pick Controls/Call Play: Tab


  • Sprint: Numpad Enter


  • Flashy Pass, Handoff/Pitch Pass, Bounce Pass: Numpad 1


  • Icon Pass: Numpad +


  • Pass/Skip Pass: Spacebar


  • Shoot/Pump Fake/Hop/Spin Gather: Numpad 5


  • Lob Pass/Alley-Oop/Lead to Basket: Numpad 3


  • Offensive Game Plan: Right Arrow


  • Defensive Game Plan: Right Arrow (in Defense mode)


  • Gameplay HUD: Up Arrow


  • OTFC Substitutions: Down Arrow


  • OTFC Offensive Strategy: Left Arrow


  • OTFC Defensive Strategy: Left Arrow (in Defense mode)



Advanced Controls

And once you’re ready to ball like the big league:


  • Layup Finish Alley-Oop/Putback Dunk (while controlling the receiver): Numpad 5


  • Call Timeout: Page Up


  • Jump Pass: Numpad 5 + Spacebar


  • Pause: Page Down


  • Call for Ball: Spacebar


  • Set Screen: Numpad 1


  • Instruct the CPU to Shoot: Numpad 5


  • Off-Ball Cut: Numpad 2, 4, 6, 8


  • Chuck: Numpad 1


  • On-Ball Steal: Numpad 2


  • Deny Ball: Numpad 2, 4, 6, 8


There you go! With a little bit of practice, these keys will start to feel as natural as dribbling a basketball. Soon, you’ll be pulling off pro moves without even thinking about which button to press.


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