Struggling to land a basket after you have made your way through the opponent’s defense? Players often find themselves in a pickle, after all the effort to carry the ball but still failing to score due to issues with shot timings in NBA 2K24. While it is partially skill-related and requires practice to green every shot in NBA 2K24, there are certain settings and tips that can help players improve the timing stability in NBA 2K24.
How timing stability and green shots work in NBA 2K24
Green Shot is a term that is defined as a perfectly released shot that has a 100% chance of a score. It has to be very quick and precise and done in milliseconds. You can see your green shot in your green meter on the right side of the screen.
On the other hand, the Timing Stability term is related to the presence of players and fatigue that affects your jump shot timing.
Having a stable shoot in the game is very important to score a green shot. The mechanic is complicated but it all sums up to your pace and precision. So, timing stability must be taken into consideration for a green.
If however, your character has a higher timing stability, then don’t worry as it will not affect your chance to green a shot. What really matters is how precisely the shot was released during the green window.
How to green every shot in NBA 2K24
There are multiple factors that whether your shot timing will be within the green window meter or not. Most of them are linked to game settings. Here are tips that will help you land your shots in the green easily in NBA 2K24:
Turn on Shot Feedback
Shot Feedback is used to tell you whether you are shooting early or late in the game and it will massively help you time your next shot perfectly.
By default;t, this is turned off in the game. So, you have to turn it on. Here is how:
- Open Menu
- Go to the “Options/Quit tab”
- Click “Settings”
- Scroll Down to “Shot Feedback” and turn it to “All Shots”
Set your Shot Timing Visual Que
The NBA community has stressed that Shot Timing Visual Que settings are somehow related to your early or late release.
Here is what you need to do:
- You can find and fix this by going into your settings and clicking on Controller Settings.
- Your Shot Timing Visual Que is set to Push by default.
- We can’t recommend a specific setting for this. You have to try it out by changing it to Jump, Release, or Set Point to find out what works best for you.
Turn off Jump Shot Meter
The Jump Shot meter is On by default and it really messes with your shots. Turning off your Jump Shot meter will massively improve your greens. Shot Feedback will help you a lot so turning this off can bring a lot of improvements.
You can turn your shot meter off by going into your Controler Settings and changing the Jump Shot meter to OFF.
Use Jump Shot Boosts
Using Jump Shot Boosts is super crucial in your game. It will not only help you increase your Jump Shots but also improve precision. So having them is important. However, it is a paid item and you have to pay 1500VC per game. But it is worth spending.