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NBA 2K23 is out now across a variety of platforms, and anyone browsing the Season 1 MyCareer park rewards will discover a certain ‘disrespectful’ reward at level 8. The Doctor is included.
Streamer Jake Lucky was one of the first 2K23 players to post this and share the discovery on Twitter. “Dr. Disrespect is officially in NBA 2K23,” tweeted Lucky. The Dr. Disrespect Black Steel Mullet and Headphones are earned at Tier 8 as mentioned earlier, so this isn’t just some lookalike cosmetic – it’s meant to be the real thing guy. Dr. Disrespect isn’t necessarily one of the best 3-point shooters or dunkers in the game, but he is available as a cosplay option in MyCareer with this reward. Season 1 lower-level rewards include emotes like emotes, MyTeam tokens and skill boosts.
As for NBA 2K23’s other modes, MyTeam offers plenty of options to build your team. If you need a few tips there, we can help you figure out which MyTeam starter to choose and learn how contracts work. A major change from previous iterations of MyTeam is the inclusion of player lock.
NBA 2K23 is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. There are several editions to choose from, starting with the basic Standard Edition all the way up to the top Championship Edition. Note that the PC and Switch versions of the game are the last generation of the game, meaning it’s the same experience you’d get on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. NBA 2K23 is currently not available on Game Pass, but that may change in the future.
As for Dr. Disrespect, the sometimes controversial streamer is currently making his own game. He teamed up with a former Halo developer to create Midnight Society, a new game studio, in late 2022. Its first game, Deaddrop, was recently in the news due to one of its skins being potentially plagiarized by the Call of Duty : Warzone team.