I'm presuming a two way power forward that is flexible and can do a little bit of everything but badge wise it rather stinks. Curious about the remaining subs builds and how they used them with the wolves and how it's worked out with Cheap MT 2K21?
I had Covington and Towns at 2k20 and Kevin Love on 2k21 present gen, on next gen I've similar to Durant and going to earn KAT with greater defence. If you're on nextgen let me know, we can play together. KAT is impossible to make in present gen.
Is there anyway I can share a stored remark with you? Saved some with do everything PF builds. The glass cleaning finisher has been a lot of pleasure to use. You can make him '8 and still able to guard centers. Winds up with over 10 playmaking so you can bring the ball up the court and operate PNR with KAT. As it can't shoot I move maximum wingspan and the speed that you move around the court is so fun. I think that it's the pie chart with blue and red split 50/50.
That's funny that is exactly what I was considering the course of today. Either the blue crimson pie graph or blue/green and sacrifice ball rebounding. The playmaking pie chart makes for a good balance but it's just not some of these badges I want really. I mostly always earn a middle, basically do all the dirty work, and predominate in the post. It works well since my length and size makes up for the lateral quickness once I shield 4s usually.
This is going to sound dumb for a whole lot of you men but ever since 2K introduced MyPlayer that I feel that the internet content took a turn for the worse. I used to see to be eager to find videos of exactly what people were doing with the game but now EVERY where you look it's"the way to get this build","finest badges","see me get 20 assists by spamming the selection and roll". I know not everyone who performs 2K plays it for MyPlayer, I know I do not. The funny thing is this is my first time on this particular Sub since I wished to find some next gen content, and you do not have to guess what I see by scrolling down the sub.
2K articles (in my opinion) is no longer creative. This may go for the majority of the gaming community but it feels like content nowadays is purely just"see me play with the game" rather than"I did something cool, watch this". I recall watching the Kobe doin work movies countless occasions, thinking how cool it is to recreate Kobe's mid range game and moves in a video game and make it look so realistic. Things like this really, do not exists anymore. People are not making cool montages, doin perform with studies, attempting to recreate great games. A fast YouTube search fit NBA 2K and everything you'll see is movies in assembles and whatnot. 95% MyPlayer videos. That is a genuine question - what did you guys do until MyPlayer, and why do you really only buy 2K for MyPlayer now?
The problem is with video game material production, not 2K. I'm not sure who you follow or what stage you are most frequently on, but all content production is here is ME playing THIS GAME. People today choose a man they like/find funny to play a game they like. In fact, there is a lot of people that will watch someone regardless of the fact they are playing a game they don't like. The timing of Machinamas and Chris Smoove other MyCareer storylines are dead since the majority of individuals aren't as interested in that as they are in watching people play the game style they play.
While we're on the topic of majorities, that's why"95%" of 2K videos are about MyCareer. People today play it. People today spend a lot of time playing it. 2K dedicates a lot of resources to keep their most popular game mode intriguing. It shouldn't come as a shock that this, the hottest game mode, is the most watched and followed form of content.
But most of all, 2K content production barely exists. We're talking about a game that is ANNUALLY at the top 10 of sales in the US that has like 4 creators with more than a thousand subs. Most of them can't crack 500k without branching into other areas of interest. Do not get me started on Twitch; 2K21, a launch day title for a brand new console, could not violate 40k total stream audiences. There is more than a couple of streamers that get 40k every day while an whole game can't break that on launch. This isn't a problem of too little imagination. Nobody watches 2K. The 2K League remains viewbotting to seem viable going into season 4. Approximately 200 are on wages for an eSport that must fake 20k viewers...
Irrespective of the originality of the size or content of this community, 2K content has never been something folks watch. Blaming it on MyCareer is absurd and a few weird vocal minority thing people like to pull this sub. If you are capable of playing the sport then you're capable of making content for this. If anyone believes they have creative content they could literally only make it. Do not place that burden on individuals that truly want to have views and earn money though. They are not likely to create videos for the people who come on here to junk how bad guards/cheesers/MyCareer players are. The most well-known posts of that character (and this sub eats up that!) On this sub get 1k upvotes, max. No content creator will adjust their articles for that small (and sour ) of an audience.
Despite this game's popularity, nobody watches its own content. Of the folks that do, they watch its most popular game style (MyCareer nba2king). The barrier to entry for 2K content generation is so low that literally anybody can make any movie that they could envision related to the match with no additional hardware/software. So make some if what is available is not to your liking.