The announcement is part of NBA 2K Coins Playoff Agenda, the First Round Player Group reveals four brand new Dark Matter units and an additional four Galaxy Opal players. Boston Celtics' Marcus Smart, Dallas Mavericks' Jalen Brunson, Golden State Warriors' Jordan Poole, and Phoenix Suns' Mikal Bridges all are part of the brand New Dark Matter players introduced.

Smart and Poole are excellent additions for players looking to add an experienced basketball guard in their NBA 2K22 team. Galaxy Opal player additions include Memphis Grizzlies' Desmond Bane, Milwaukee Bucks' Grayson Allen as well as the Miami Heat's Duncan Robinson, and Philadelphia 76ers' TyreseMaxey. Each of the players mentioned helped their teams succeed in the postseason.

As the NBA Playoffs continue, the second-round Playoff Agenda will feature a variety of new challenges that players will take on. Similar to NBA 2K22's playoff Agenda for the first round, players take the time of a player in each series of playoffs to collect player moments cards.

The first round featured a total of eight cards, one for each round, and the second one will likely have four cards. As long as 2K Games follows the same design as the previous agenda, attendees could be expecting two additional Dark Matter units along with two additional Galaxy Opal units.

The Takeoff Series released a Buy NBA 2K22 MT Coins fourth edition, starring a 99-overall Dark Matter Draymond Green, 99-overall Galaxy Opal Dino Radja, over-all Pink Diamond Luka Doncic, and 94-overall Diamond Michael Cooper. The players who purchase multiples of any unit can exchange them to purchase the Hall Of Fame Quick First Step Badge. But they'll need until May 10 before the series packs are available for purchase.