Trenton Reed: Q&A With Glizzy

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Trenton Reed: Q&A With Glizzy

In today’s post, I got to chat with Glizzy. Below, we talked about how Glizzy got into playing competitive pro-am, his hobbies outside of NBA 2K, and much more. I appreciate everyone who takes the time out of their day to read this article.

Q: Which was the first 2K that you played competitively?

A: “It was post draft of NBA2K19 — I teamed up with T9 and we made a WR final four against Farewell. I wanted to take the game seriously after that.”

A: In your first competitive pro-am game, who were your teammates?

Q: “GGLonzo, T9, xSoMo, and CcTallCash.”

Q: What have been some of your keys to success as a player during post-draft?

A:  “For me, as a sharp, just taking over the game when my PG goes cold or when we want to play keep away. My biggest focus during post-draft has been to expand my game, whether it’s just off-ball movement or getting a bucket when needed.”

Q: What are some of your biggest NBA 2K accomplishments?

A: “I won back-to-back WR finals, won one MPBA season, and secured four teams a spot in the $30,000 Dallas tournament.”

Q: If you were to play a different game competitively other than NBA 2K, what game would you play?

A: “Call of Duty. Before I started playing 2K I loved Optic and Faze. My old PSN was FazeCoolKid290, I was a god back then.”

Q: What is your biggest aspiration?

A: “My biggest aspiration is to make the NBA 2K League. As a kid I was a top basketball player in the Midwest League and I knew that I wouldn’t make the NBA. Once I learned about the NBA 2K League I locked in and I’m still going for it until I am eligible SZN 6.”

Q: Who gives you the most struggles when you go up against them in Pro-Am in the 2K community?

A: “Nobody”

Q: What are some things that you look for out of your teammates each time you step on the virtual hardwood?

A:  “Communication is a big thing. If we aren’t talking, how do we know if we’re on the same page?”

Q: What are some of your biggest strengths and weaknesses when it comes to you as not only a player, but also as a teammate? What, if anything, do you feel you need to work on the most?

A:  “My biggest strength is being the best bailout option for my team. My biggest weakness is passing but I’m getting better at it.”

Q: If you had to play another position aside from shooting guard, what would it be?

A: “It would be center — I love that position. I know my hedge defense would be elite and I would be a good masher.”

Q: What are you most looking forward to when attending the Unified Pro-Am LAN event?

A:  “Meeting the people I play the game with, enjoying the moment, and winning this money.”

Q: Who would you say supports you the most in the NBA 2K community or just the most in general?

A: “My guy Pilsify — he always looks out and helps me with my game. FlyBoyRow as well, there are so many people that I could name.”

Q: Do you watch film on your opponents before you play in tournaments/important games?

A: “No I just load up and hoop, but if my teammates asked me to watch film with them, I would.”

As always, thank you very much for reading. Likes, retweets, and comments are appreciated. Follow me on Twitter @TrentonReed33 for more NBA 2K League and NBA 2K Pro-Am content.

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