Tips for a My Player PG?

#1SimbolaPosted 10/10/2010 7:57:14 PM
I'm an Athletic 6'2 PG with around 93 Speed and crappy ratings for everything else. I haven't done any Draft Combine games, but I have tried the first one and I just keep getting owned.

I can rack up a good amount of assists in these 8-minute quarter games, but I can't score! I went 2 for 16 in 3 quarters with several missed dunks and missed open layups!

Any tips on scoring with bad skill ratings? I can hit short and mid-range jumpers in practice semi-consistently, but other than that, it's all athleticism.

And by the way, I was having trouble on All-Star!
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#2Dchen40Posted 10/10/2010 8:02:13 PM
If you see your teammates play good D on a defender's jumpshot, start running down the court. Hopefully they'll get the rebound, and if you're open enough, the will always throw a perfect full court pass for an easy dunk.

I played 5 min quarters in the Summer League and scored 40 points off dunks only.
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#3Simbola(Topic Creator)Posted 10/10/2010 8:03:43 PM
Aha but that's cherrypicking!
It's amazing that every time you open your mouth, you prove you're an idiot. - Vegeta
#4chrno914Posted 10/10/2010 8:51:37 PM

Are you playing on Default or Simulation?

#5Evil AJPosted 10/10/2010 8:54:15 PM
Aha but that's cherrypicking!

You're trying to play legitimately with a player that's rated below a 42?

el oh el
So I guess that makes us even.
*BOOM* Not really.
#6YouVandal3Posted 10/10/2010 9:09:38 PM

^ whats better?

#7chrno914Posted 10/12/2010 6:54:30 AM

Simulation all the way :)

#8Squints753Posted 10/12/2010 7:35:59 AM
Find one or two good things about your player and ride them until you can spend points to make him better all around. You don't have to be the primary scoring option, especially as a PG. If you don't see a lot of shots going down, or unable to get yourself open, work the floor as an assists machine. An A teammate rating is good whether you score or not. Also, find one drill you can do all the time for 400 points (silver, gold with a bonus). For my SG, that was shooting as long as it worked mainly in the mid-range area. For PG, it is usually dribbling course if you can do the isomotion moves.

Once you are awesome at passing/defense/being fast, start putting points into shooting and slowly become an all-around player.
#9Squints753Posted 10/12/2010 7:36:09 AM
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