"Best My Player Position And Playstyle?"...

#1MiNuSxMuZiKPosted 10/5/2011 2:48:03 PM
I made a few different players/positions to see what I might like the best amd hear team interviews...but now I'm gone create 1 serious guy and want yall input on the topic...I think bigs are boring and don't get many touches...its harder to producevin my opinion being a big...I noticed a 3pt specialist SF or PG does well...I might do a PG or SF specialist...I'm leaning more towards a SF cause speed is less of a issue compared to the PG position...with a SF I can just focus on my shooting then defense...what yall think?...give reasons why...
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#2the_black_onePosted 10/5/2011 3:43:31 PM

SF is cool. Personally, I like playing SG. I try to base my player off me as much as possible, so I made myself a 6"4, 238 lb SG. I've obviously never played the 2 in my life being that I'm 6"4 LOL, but I have no desire to play C at that size, and I absolutely love to shoot, so I also made myself a 3 pt specialist an I train a lot in shooting. Scoring SG is pretty good too. The less I'm required to pass, the better LOL.

#3scm60Posted 10/5/2011 4:40:29 PM
I started a player as a SG but then started over with a SF and I'm having fun with him. 6'9", 220 lbs. A little big for a SF but they put me at SG sometimes as well as PF.
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#4MiNuSxMuZiK(Topic Creator)Posted 10/5/2011 6:15:50 PM
My guy is a SF 3pt specialist...name is Rex Miller...Reggie Miller was my favorite player...so im makin this guy look and take the act of Reggie's son...so basicly his home team a be indiana...so once i get real good...that's proably where i'll end up makin him sign...
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#5rowgue34Posted 10/5/2011 9:37:51 PM
If it's being able to post superstar caliber numbers and making a run at the record books you want, then the tallest PG you can make is the easiest way to get there. You've got the ball to start every posession so your touches are never limited, and you have the capability to actually call plays either to facilitate you scoring or setting other people up so you can dish assists. It's actually easier to grab boards when you're not playing a big man too, because you don't have to box out an opposing big so you're free to run in and grab easy boards.

The playstyle doesn't matter much in the end since you can purchase cap increases on your capped stats with your contract earnings and eventually max out every stat to 99. It's more of just a starting point since they added the cap increase purchasing feature. I find the athletic style to be the quickest starter though. It starts you with good speed, quickness, vertical, and dunking. Starting as atheltic it's a relatively short road to the point where you're blowing by people and dunking pretty much at will.
#6MiNuSxMuZiK(Topic Creator)Posted 10/6/2011 8:40:19 AM
rowgue34 posted...
If it's being able to post superstar caliber numbers and making a run at the record books you want, then the tallest PG you can make is the easiest way to get there. You've got the ball to start every posession so your touches are never limited, and you have the capability to actually call plays either to facilitate you scoring or setting other people up so you can dish assists. It's actually easier to grab boards when you're not playing a big man too, because you don't have to box out an opposing big so you're free to run in and grab easy boards.

The playstyle doesn't matter much in the end since you can purchase cap increases on your capped stats with your contract earnings and eventually max out every stat to 99. It's more of just a starting point since they added the cap increase purchasing feature. I find the athletic style to be the quickest starter though. It starts you with good speed, quickness, vertical, and dunking. Starting as atheltic it's a relatively short road to the point where you're blowing by people and dunking pretty much at will.

Does height play a factor on skill points like last year?...
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#7rowgue34Posted 10/6/2011 11:59:59 AM
I'm not sure if height plays the same role or not as far as earning skill points, but either way it's way easier to rack up numbers and play good defense the taller you are. Making a short player is basically just handicapping yourself by insuring that a good deal of your shots will get blocked and you'll almost never be able to actually contest a shot yourself.