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LaMelo Ball Build in NBA 2K23

LaMelo Ball (LaMelo LaFrance Ball) is a player for the Charlotte Hornets.

He was named an NBA All-Star in 2022 and was voted the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2021.

He won a state championship in high school and accomplished national success.

LaMelo and his brothers have attracted a lot of attention playing together.

Here’s the best LaMelo Ball build in NBA 2K23 for your character including his body settings and attributes.

LaMelo Ball build in NBA 2K23



  • First Name: LaMelo
  • Last Name: Ball
  • Position: Small Forward
  • Handedness: Right
  • Jersey Number: 1

Body settings

LaMelo Ball build in NBA 2K23 Body

Body Settings – LaMelo Ball

Various combinations of Height, Weight, and Wingspan can affect your MyPLAYER’s maximum attribute potential in different ways. Your height plays a heavy role in determining which badges you will eventually be able to equip, and where they’re tiered.

Body Settings

  • Height: 6’7″
  • Weight: 182 lbs
  • Wingspan: 7’10”
  • Body Shape: Solid

Attribute settings

Attribute Settings – LaMelo Ball Build

Set your max potential. Badge Points are unlocked through gameplay and can be used to equip badges once attribute requirements are met. For each category of badges, 10 badge points must be equipped between Tiers 1 & 2 to equip tier 3 badges.


  • Close Shot: 48
  • Driving Layup: 68
  • Driving Dunk: 88
  • Standing Dunk: 38
  • Post Control: –


  • Mid-Range Shot: 74
  • Three-Point Shot: 89
  • Free Throw: 80


  • Pass Accuracy: 84
  • Ball Handle: 85
  • Speed with Ball: 85

Defense / Rebounding

  • Interior Defense: 71
  • Perimeter Defense: 87
  • Steal: 78
  • Block: 78
  • Offensive Rebound: –
  • Defensive Rebound: 47


  • Speed: 84
  • Acceleration: 83
  • Strength: 55
  • Vertical: 70
  • Stamina: 94


LaMelo Ball Build in NBA 2K23 Takeovers

Primary takeover

  • Easy Blowbys

Secondary takeover

  • Limitless Range


Finishing badges

  • Acrobat (Bronze)
  • Backdown Punisher (Bronze)
  • Dream Shake (Bronze)
  • Dropstepper (Bronze)
  • Giant Slayer (Silver)
  • Post Spin Technician (Bronze)
  • Rise Up (Bronze)
  • Fearless Finisher (Bronze/Core)

Shooting badges

  • Amped (Gold)
  • Guard Up (Gold)
  • Volume Shooter (Hall of Fame)
  • Clutch & Shoot (Gold)
  • Agent 3 (Gold/Core)
  • Limitless Range (Silver)

Playmaking badges

  • Ankle Breaker (Hall of Fame)
  • Hyperdrive (Gold)
  • Quick First Step (Gold)
  • Vice Grip (Silver)
  • Handles For Days (Silver/Core)
  • Killer Combos (Silver)

Defense/rebounding badges

  • Ankle Braces (Gold)
  • Pick Dodger (Gold)
  • Chase Down Artist (Silver)
  • Clamps (Silver/Core)
  • Interceptor (Silver)

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