Contact Dunk Requirements in NBA 2K22

There are a few stat requirements for performing contact dunks with a MyPlayer in NBA 2K22. Players should keep these minimum requirements in mind when first creating their player. Some contact dunks require certain heights, a driving dunk rating, and a vertical rating. Here are all of the Contact Dunk Packages and the requirements for equipping them. Dunks Pro Contact – 84+ Driving Dunk and 70+ Vertical Elite Contact Dunks – 92+ Driving Dunk and 80+ Vertical Pro Contact Alley-Oops – 84+ Driving Dunk and 70+ Vertical Elite Contact Alley-Oops – 92+ Driving Dunk and 80 + Vertical Related: Best Dunkers in NBA 2K22

Contact Dunk Packages with height requirements

Small Contact Dunks and Alley-Oops (must be less than 6 “5”) – 86+ Driving Dunk and 85+ Vertical Professional Permanent Contact Dunks (must be at least 6’10 ”) – 80+ Standing Dunk and 65+ vertical Elite Permanent Contact Dunks (must be at least 6’10 ”) – 90+ Standing Dunk and 75+ vertical Big Man Contact Dunks and Alley-Oops (Must be at least 6’10”) – 85+ Standing Dunk, 75+ Driving Dunk and 60+ Vertical One way to ensure more contact dunks is to equip the Posterizer badge, Limitless Takeover badge or Fast Twitch badge for tall men. It might be easier to do contact dunks in the current version of NBA 2K22, but the next gen version features a dunk counter for contact dunks with special animations and celebrations. Contact dunking in NBA 2K22 requires good timing and skill, even with minimal stat requirements, so players need to practice perfecting dunking over the heads of their opponents. For more NBA 2K22 guides, see How to Request an NBA 2K22 Trade in Guides.

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