NBA 2K22 is coming up with more ways for players to get value for their unwanted players and you should take advantage of them.
The Exchange is a program in NBA 2K22 MyTEAM that allows players to trade in players for rewards. These rewards include Ruby, Diamond, and Pink Diamond players.
Let's go over how to use The Exchange and which players you can redeem cards for.
How to use The Exchange in NBA 2K22
Using The Exchange can be a great way to get packs, consumables, basketballs, and more. However, some forget that you can also get some strong NBA 2K22 players.
From Sapphire players to Pink Diamonds, players can use The Exchange to build up their MyTEAM and clear out their collections.
Oftentimes, you'll have to trade in multiple players to claim another. However, you more than likely have multiple cards filling up your NBA 2K22 MyTEAM Collection.
What better way to clear out some room while still receiving a ton of value. Now let's take a look a the players you can currently claim in The Exchange.
Players available in The Exchange
There have been three players added to The Exchange for Season 4. More will be added in Season 5 and on, so keep that in mind. For now, Antonio McDyess leads the Pink Diamond charge along with Rolando Blackman, Dave Bing, and Sleepy Floyd.
It only costs 20 players to get Antonio McDyess on your NBA 2K22 MyTEAM. The other players average about 40 players to exchange.
If you're not looking to lose too many players, you can trade eight players to add Ruby Shaquille O'Neal to your NBA 2K22 MyTEAM.
Here are the requirements to get a few of the players from The Exchange:
- Antonio McDyess (Pink Diamond):
- Two Diamond Players
- Four Amethyst Players - Original Owner
- Four Amethyst Players
- Eight Ruby Players - Original Owner
- Two Nuggets Players - Any Color
- Jeff Malone (Diamond)
- Three Amethyst Players
- One Ruby Player
- Three Sapphire Players
- Six Emerald Players - Original Owner
- One Wizards Player - Original Owner
- Shaquille O'Neal (Ruby)
- Eight Heat Players - Any Color
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