MyGM, which puts you into the shoes of NBA 2K22 MT a team's General Manager, is a mode worth mentioning. You call the shots for everything out of roster moves, trades, ticket prices, promotion, and personnel decisions in hopes of building a successful franchise. It is a sports management simulation dream, but affects here are just skin deep. You will go through awkwardly animated and written dialogue scenarios to handle relationships within your business --such as the way I chatted to RJ Barrett about the way he had to play clarinet in order to improve his sanity stats, or became the yes-man of head coach Tom Thibodeau to keep him happy. MyGM's menus are also flooded in a way which makes it hard to browse and get a grasp of how to invest your limited time and resources throughout the season. I have really enjoyed this mode in the past using its RPG-like sensibilities, but it is one that requires a serious revamp. I can run every other manner of drama or attribute in NBA 2K21, but I would really only be going through the laundry list of items we have seen in years ago --but I do want to point to the continuing addition of the WNBA. It is a fantastic feature for current fans and people who want to familiarize themselves with WNBA teams and players. Where this falls short is that the WNBA is relegated to only season drama, and the addition of female player production is just featured in the upcoming next-gen variations of the game. NBA 2K21 proves that the only basketball sim we have now has mostly stagnated. It is a complete package, for sure, but one that demonstrates little-to-no motivation to improve upon itself. That doesn't take away from the powerful foundation which makes NBA 2K a fun and Buy 2K22 MT rewarding time. However, when you go through precisely the same grind and the exact same process with only superficial modifications, you just get burnt out faster than many years before. If ball is still life, NBA 2K21 is as good a version as some to pick, though even the best ballers need a rest.