- Shot in Traffic is a must for people playing on the inside
- Call for a double team when guarding superstars or scorers early on. This might give up a score elsewhere, but you'll save your grade.
- Created you player, get drafted and then turn off autosave. After that, Play one game with play calling on and one with it off. This will let you how you might fair in both early on. -- Personally, being a bench player at first makes playing with playcalling harder because I'm not getting shots. Playing with it off and being able to freely roam is better. I'll likely turn in one when get my minutes up.
^ No problem man, that's the point of the topic, to make sure everyone has a fighting chance in myplayer lol
Some more tips...
- One tactic that seems to pay dividens as a wing player is driving at full sprint at the basket, and then quickly doing a step back (L-trigger + Right stick back). This leaves you with an open midrange jumper roughly 85% of the time.
- focus on attributes (eg: "Layup") as opposed to adding points to dribble/post moves (eg: "Cross-over") in the early parts of the game, remember, having a "good" rating for crossover will only be effective if you have your off hand dribble and ball security ratings at respectable levels.
- once you start getting respectable skill points, put a point into quickness every 3rd game or so until you find it easier to blow by defenders at your position. This helps big time.
We need some bigman tips lol
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I've found release 33 and base 8 fairly solid (for me anyway). It's the closest I could come to the "springs" jumper of last year, my personal favorite. Anyone know of a combo that's closer (to "springs" that is)?
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