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NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby bruce2k4u on Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:41 am

I managed to find some Cheat Engine Addresses that should help make My Career more personal. I couldn't get the sliders to work I would really appreciate it if someone could help with the sliders, I think they are hidden behind pointers this year. The options in settings are also hard to get a read on. The table is in the NBA2K14 Downloads Section. SP can be found by doing a 4 byte search of what ever amount you have, then go in game and buy something. Go back to the table and see if something is changed to match your SP amount, if more then one is shown repeat until you have an idea which address is right.

Link: http://forums.nba-live.com/downloads.php?view=detail&df_id=5516
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Wed Oct 02, 2013 6:26 pm

1827CCD8 - Difficulty (4 bytes)
1827D9BC - MyCareer Skill Points (4 bytes)

The one I'd like to find but can't seem to would be draft pick.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby J0ker on Thu Oct 03, 2013 1:39 am

skill points not working :(
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Postby supamane on Thu Oct 03, 2013 3:21 am

Anybody found my player mins and role? I can get the mins to change on the home screen but not in the rotation and game
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Postby Mile23 on Thu Oct 03, 2013 5:00 am

sliders is big problem.... original sliders is so unrealistic...
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Thu Oct 03, 2013 7:16 am

CPU Trades: 182538DC (2 bytes)
Team Chemistry: 182538F4 (2 bytes)

J0ker wrote:skill points not working :(


Yes, it does? It's a 4 bytes string, maybe you've set it wrong.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby bruce2k4u on Thu Oct 03, 2013 8:05 am

It changes each time you turn the game off.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Thu Oct 03, 2013 8:20 am

bruce2k4u wrote:It changes each time you turn the game off.


What does?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby bruce2k4u on Thu Oct 03, 2013 9:31 am

skill points and options
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Postby R10barca on Thu Oct 03, 2013 1:36 pm

what value i need to wrote to get 12 minutes Q on Showcase game?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby LegendKiller896 on Thu Oct 03, 2013 2:31 pm

i tryed the skill points and it didnt work but found one that did work (0D18D9BC 4bytes) .
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby J0ker on Thu Oct 03, 2013 3:00 pm

eziquiel wrote:CPU Trades: 182538DC (2 bytes)
Team Chemistry: 182538F4 (2 bytes)

J0ker wrote:skill points not working :(


Yes, it does? It's a 4 bytes string, maybe you've set it wrong.


its showing up as a random number that exceeds past the actual sp can you send screenshots on how you got it to work?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby Nypper on Thu Oct 03, 2013 6:21 pm

This one works for Skill Points : 1826D9BC 4bytes

Enjoy ^^
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Thu Oct 03, 2013 7:08 pm

bruce2k4u wrote:skill points and options


No, it doesn't. I've used the same .ct file since installing it, works perfectly fine.

LegendKiller896 wrote:i tryed the skill points and it didnt work but found one that did work (0D18D9BC 4bytes) .
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eziquiel wrote:CPU Trades: 182538DC (2 bytes)
Team Chemistry: 182538F4 (2 bytes)

J0ker wrote:skill points not working :(


Yes, it does? It's a 4 bytes string, maybe you've set it wrong.


its showing up as a random number that exceeds past the actual sp can you send screenshots on how you got it to work?


http://i.imgur.com/VFnSxaT.jpg
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Thu Oct 03, 2013 7:34 pm

I think the SP code is different for each player (meaning us, the real life players haha) I got mine to work no problem. Added 10,000,000 SP :)
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby J0ker on Sat Oct 05, 2013 1:55 am

kidabra wrote:I think the SP code is different for each player (meaning us, the real life players haha) I got mine to work no problem. Added 10,000,000 SP :)


I have tried searching manually by entering a value and then doing another scan for the next value but no luck doing that either... is there something wrong that im doing lol -_-"
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Postby kingoftheJ on Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:03 am

J0ker wrote:
kidabra wrote:I think the SP code is different for each player (meaning us, the real life players haha) I got mine to work no problem. Added 10,000,000 SP :)


I have tried searching manually by entering a value and then doing another scan for the next value but no luck doing that either... is there something wrong that im doing lol -_-"


The easiest way is to change the value ingame. Search for your SP value then buy something ingame and see wich values change in CE. There should be 2 that change, 1 that you can adjust and one that only resets to the current ingame value. Hope this helps.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby victhewizard on Sat Oct 05, 2013 4:03 am

Wish there was a working table, all tables I've tried don't seem to work, it's asif values change every time you start game.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby Nightfly67 on Sat Oct 05, 2013 5:41 am

Alright, it looks like all the values change when you start a new career. SP and the like work fine on one career, then I use the same cheat table on another career, and the memory addresses don't add up anymore. If you use the same career the values won't change every time you start the game. At least that's my experience so far.
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Postby Mile23 on Sat Oct 05, 2013 6:17 am

i agree with that
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby thescruple on Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:26 pm

Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby fera on Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:56 pm

thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.


can you upload yours?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eathb on Sat Oct 05, 2013 5:08 pm

Does anyone know how to change My Player rotation minutes?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Sat Oct 05, 2013 10:40 pm

thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.



When do you change your draft position? And did this work?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Sat Oct 05, 2013 10:40 pm

thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.



When do you change your draft position? And did this work?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Sat Oct 05, 2013 11:28 pm

thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.


how do you search for the draft pick?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby thescruple on Sat Oct 05, 2013 11:57 pm

kidabra wrote:
thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.


how do you search for the draft pick?


Here's what I did:
At creation, search for a 1 byte value of 29. After the game is played, if you did anything, your draft stock increases. Look up what draft picks the teams that are interviewing have. Search for a range of values that includes all 3 teams' picks, i.e. 10-14. Then, if that didn't find it, search for the exact value once you are drafted. If you ended up on a team you don't like, just save your cheat table, and alt-f4 out of the game. Reload your player from the showcase, enter the pick you want to be, and foul out. As long as you lock the value before the draft, you'll go where you want.

Please note that for draft picks, the cheat engine value is 1 less than the actual pick number. So #1 overall would be 0.

I think the ideal timing to lock the value is during the rookie showcase. Then you'll get the appropriate interviews for the pick you selected.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby tyblos on Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:24 am

someone knows the adress 4 playvision? Cause i have 2 change the option in all games 2 "show all plays" and "full".
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:53 am

thescruple wrote:
kidabra wrote:
thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.


how do you search for the draft pick?




Please note that for draft picks, the cheat engine value is 1 less than the actual pick number. So #1 overall would be 0.

I think the ideal timing to lock the value is during the rookie showcase. Then you'll get the appropriate interviews for the pick you selected.


So does that mean that for me to go to the Bulls, since they have the 20th pick, I enter 19?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:47 am

tyblos wrote:someone knows the adress 4 playvision? Cause i have 2 change the option in all games 2 "show all plays" and "full".


Not necessary. If you change the presentation settings while in the game / MyCareer mode Home screen, it will save properly. It just doesn't become saved if you do it while in a game. (At least that worked for me)


kidabra wrote:So does that mean that for me to go to the Bulls, since they have the 20th pick, I enter 19?


Correct.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby Magnumpi on Sun Oct 06, 2013 2:31 am

Hello

Where is the season lenght adress? anyone know?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby mindae on Sun Oct 06, 2013 2:33 am

someone have auto save address?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby fubartman on Sun Oct 06, 2013 3:52 am

eziquiel wrote:http://i.imgur.com/VFnSxaT.jpg


I don't see any of those options as far as tendencies go in my CT file. How did you get those? Am I having a brain fart?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:05 am

Oh, that has nothing to do with this thread, that's my own .ct file. I haven't shared it.

Edit: https://mega.co.nz/#!tABAyABK!QF3ZOEG7t ... zQQamZEOuI

If you want it, go for it. I'm lazy and have only bothered finding the stuff that I need for MyCareer though, so it isn't really suited as a public release of any kind.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby fubartman on Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:26 am

Thanks for uploading that. I'm sure I'll find it helpful for my MC too. Do those only apply to your players' tendencies during simulation? Or is it possible to change teammates'?
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Postby eziquiel on Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:40 am

To change teammates tendencies, I believe you need a proper editor like RED MC, which isn't going to be out for months.

I mainly use it so that simulated games are played "appropriately", but some of them have a lot of effect when you play as well. Dunk tendency, touches, draw and commit fouls, crash tendency etc, all will impact your playing experience.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:37 am

eziquiel wrote:
tyblos wrote:someone knows the adress 4 playvision? Cause i have 2 change the option in all games 2 "show all plays" and "full".


Not necessary. If you change the presentation settings while in the game / MyCareer mode Home screen, it will save properly. It just doesn't become saved if you do it while in a game. (At least that worked for me)


kidabra wrote:So does that mean that for me to go to the Bulls, since they have the 20th pick, I enter 19?


Correct.


One more question. How do I know which code am I? There are a lot of different codes that change.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:43 am

I am not sure what you are asking.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Sun Oct 06, 2013 11:16 am

eziquiel wrote:I am not sure what you are asking.


Like when you check for the skill points. How do I know what to check to see if my draft stock changes in the cheat table?
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Postby fubartman on Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:13 pm

eziquiel wrote:To change teammates tendencies, I believe you need a proper editor like RED MC, which isn't going to be out for months.

I mainly use it so that simulated games are played "appropriately", but some of them have a lot of effect when you play as well. Dunk tendency, touches, draw and commit fouls, crash tendency etc, all will impact your playing experience.


That's what I figured. Thanks again, buddy.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby eziquiel on Mon Oct 07, 2013 1:49 am

kidabra wrote:
eziquiel wrote:I am not sure what you are asking.


Like when you check for the skill points. How do I know what to check to see if my draft stock changes in the cheat table?


Well, it can be tricky. To take the most basic stuff (player tendencies), you would just go into Cheat Engine, and then select a player in-game to Edit.

Tendencies are "byte" values, so you select that in Cheat Engine, and you enter the value a player has currently (say 70 as an example), and then click "First Scan". Then go in to the game, edit the number to something else (say 71), and then switch to Cheat Engine and enter that number, and click "New scan". When you do that, the list on the left becomes updated with all memory addresses that have switched from 70 to 71 since last scan. The value you're looking for will be one of those.

If you need to narrow it down (the game has around 353 million memory addresses uses), you need to change the number multiple times and keep doing new scans.

Now, bytes are the easy ones, stuff like sliders use float numbers, which is much harder since you can't straight up just search for the number, as it will be like a ten decimal number. Which is also why it takes a good bit more time to dig them up.

Simiarly with draft pick, since you don't actually KNOW what your draft pick is going to be, you don't have a good starting point to start scanning from, so a lot of nitpicking involved in finding that kinda stuff.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby thescruple on Mon Oct 07, 2013 3:19 am

Speaking of Floats, 2 new addresses I found (use on Edit Player screen):

Player Height: 015DD530 Float (in cm)
Player Weight: 015DD52C Float (in lb)

I haven't experimented with height yet in 2k14, but in 2k13, if your player was taller than 7'8" you couldn't dunk, as the dunking animations put your hand on the rim, which would make your super tall player warp through the floor. Layups aren't affected until you get up to around 8'6", at which point the speed the ball travels through the air on certain animations breaks the sound barrier and causes the ball to ricochet off the rim at extreme speed. This causes you to miss a ton of easy layups.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:19 am

eziquiel wrote:
kidabra wrote:
eziquiel wrote:I am not sure what you are asking.


Like when you check for the skill points. How do I know what to check to see if my draft stock changes in the cheat table?


Well, it can be tricky. To take the most basic stuff (player tendencies), you would just go into Cheat Engine, and then select a player in-game to Edit.

Tendencies are "byte" values, so you select that in Cheat Engine, and you enter the value a player has currently (say 70 as an example), and then click "First Scan". Then go in to the game, edit the number to something else (say 71), and then switch to Cheat Engine and enter that number, and click "New scan". When you do that, the list on the left becomes updated with all memory addresses that have switched from 70 to 71 since last scan. The value you're looking for will be one of those.

If you need to narrow it down (the game has around 353 million memory addresses uses), you need to change the number multiple times and keep doing new scans.

Now, bytes are the easy ones, stuff like sliders use float numbers, which is much harder since you can't straight up just search for the number, as it will be like a ten decimal number. Which is also why it takes a good bit more time to dig them up.

Simiarly with draft pick, since you don't actually KNOW what your draft pick is going to be, you don't have a good starting point to start scanning from, so a lot of nitpicking involved in finding that kinda stuff.


So how do I do it?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby thescruple on Mon Oct 07, 2013 8:26 am

kidabra wrote:
eziquiel wrote:
kidabra wrote:
eziquiel wrote:I am not sure what you are asking.


Like when you check for the skill points. How do I know what to check to see if my draft stock changes in the cheat table?


Well, it can be tricky. To take the most basic stuff (player tendencies), you would just go into Cheat Engine, and then select a player in-game to Edit.

Tendencies are "byte" values, so you select that in Cheat Engine, and you enter the value a player has currently (say 70 as an example), and then click "First Scan". Then go in to the game, edit the number to something else (say 71), and then switch to Cheat Engine and enter that number, and click "New scan". When you do that, the list on the left becomes updated with all memory addresses that have switched from 70 to 71 since last scan. The value you're looking for will be one of those.

If you need to narrow it down (the game has around 353 million memory addresses uses), you need to change the number multiple times and keep doing new scans.

Now, bytes are the easy ones, stuff like sliders use float numbers, which is much harder since you can't straight up just search for the number, as it will be like a ten decimal number. Which is also why it takes a good bit more time to dig them up.

Simiarly with draft pick, since you don't actually KNOW what your draft pick is going to be, you don't have a good starting point to start scanning from, so a lot of nitpicking involved in finding that kinda stuff.


So how do I do it?


Do which part? For Float values, I typically use a range of values. So for 215 cm in height, i search from 214-216. You don't know how much rounding is involved, so your 215cm height could be stored as something like 214.9 or 215.1285812.

For draft pick in particular, you have the advantage of knowing where to start, 29 for new careers. Or you can load an existing MyPlayer and search for their draft pick. As far as I can tell, the address doesn't change from career to career.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Mon Oct 07, 2013 8:56 am

thescruple wrote:
kidabra wrote:
eziquiel wrote:
kidabra wrote:
eziquiel wrote:I am not sure what you are asking.


Like when you check for the skill points. How do I know what to check to see if my draft stock changes in the cheat table?


Well, it can be tricky. To take the most basic stuff (player tendencies), you would just go into Cheat Engine, and then select a player in-game to Edit.

Tendencies are "byte" values, so you select that in Cheat Engine, and you enter the value a player has currently (say 70 as an example), and then click "First Scan". Then go in to the game, edit the number to something else (say 71), and then switch to Cheat Engine and enter that number, and click "New scan". When you do that, the list on the left becomes updated with all memory addresses that have switched from 70 to 71 since last scan. The value you're looking for will be one of those.

If you need to narrow it down (the game has around 353 million memory addresses uses), you need to change the number multiple times and keep doing new scans.

Now, bytes are the easy ones, stuff like sliders use float numbers, which is much harder since you can't straight up just search for the number, as it will be like a ten decimal number. Which is also why it takes a good bit more time to dig them up.

Simiarly with draft pick, since you don't actually KNOW what your draft pick is going to be, you don't have a good starting point to start scanning from, so a lot of nitpicking involved in finding that kinda stuff.


So how do I do it?


Do which part? For Float values, I typically use a range of values. So for 215 cm in height, i search from 214-216. You don't know how much rounding is involved, so your 215cm height could be stored as something like 214.9 or 215.1285812.

For draft pick in particular, you have the advantage of knowing where to start, 29 for new careers. Or you can load an existing MyPlayer and search for their draft pick. As far as I can tell, the address doesn't change from career to career.


During the interview process. If I answer one team's question positively, would the change in draft pick change in the cheat engine?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby thescruple on Mon Oct 07, 2013 1:24 pm

kidabra wrote:
During the interview process. If I answer one team's question positively, would the change in draft pick change in the cheat engine?


As far as I can tell, you can only negatively impact your pick in the interviews. Basically, the max is set during the showcase. If you give the interviewer bad answers, you lose standing.
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby mastergrim8 on Mon Oct 07, 2013 3:36 pm

thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.


any ideas on how to get on teams without a 1st round pick?
I'm trying to get drafted on the lakers but I end up being drafted by the suns after I change the "1827D85C " value from 0 to 47? I guess the latest you can drafted is the last pick of round 1?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby tyblos on Mon Oct 07, 2013 9:45 pm

someone knows the adress 4 fatigue?
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby kidabra on Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:39 pm

I hope this cheat engine will be like the 2k13 one. This is kind of hard haha :)
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Re: NBA 2K14 Cheat Table

Postby thescruple on Tue Oct 08, 2013 8:54 am

mastergrim8 wrote:
thescruple wrote:Draft position: 1827D85C (1 byte) (0=first overall, 29=last pick of 1st round)
Pre-draft/Edit Player Ratings: 015DD6A0-015DD885 (1 byte each/array of bytes)

I also found SP to be 1827D9BC, for all my different players, not sure why it's changing for some people.


any ideas on how to get on teams without a 1st round pick?
I'm trying to get drafted on the lakers but I end up being drafted by the suns after I change the "1827D85C " value from 0 to 47? I guess the latest you can drafted is the last pick of round 1?


You can't get drafted outside the first round. So no Miami or Houston either.
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