NBA Playgrounds Cheats on Playstation 4 (PS4)

Last Updated: October 3, 2018
NBA Playgrounds
  • First Released: May 8, 2017
  • Genres: Sport, Arcade
  • Platforms: PC,Xbox One,PlayStation 4,Nintendo Switch
  • Ratings: PEGI 3, ESRB E

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As you win tournaments in Tournament Mode, you’ll unlock new power-ups. A power-up is awarded randomly from your unlocked list when you fill up the Lottery Pick gauge. There are six possible power-ups:

  • 2x in the Paint – You’ll get 4 points for dunks in the paint and for an alley-oop.
  • 2x 3-Pointer – You’ll get 6 points for a 3 point shot.
  • Speed Boost – Your movement speed will temporarily increase.
  • 12” Timer – Your opponent’s timer to take a shot will go down quicker than usual.
  • Star Shot – Locations on the court will be marked with stars. Making a shot from one of these locations earns you twice as many points, a second shot from a starred location earns triple points, and a third shot from a starred location earns four times as many points.
  • Electric Ball – Your next shot is guaranteed to make it without missing or being blocked.

Unlock Courts


There are a total of eight courts, but you’ll start out with only one unlocked. As you play through Tournament Mode, you’ll unlock new courts. Win a tournament in each court to unlock the next one.

Basic Tips


Try to have a player on your team with a high steal stat. Stealing the ball can be quite effective and turn the tide of the game.

Likewise, avoid having the ball stolen from you whenever possible. Throw the ball to a teammate or fake a shot to trick the opposing player.

You’ll earn new card packs when you win a tournament or increase your level. After level 50, you’ll earn gold card packs when leveling instead of regular packs.

How to Make a Perfect Shot


Performing a perfect shot (which earns you an additional point) is difficult. You’ll need to release the shot at the peak of your jump, which varies depending on the player, your distance from the hoop, etc.

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