Do you believe they’ll address little forward?

Its lame a guard same build as a small forward has better stats in everything.I adored my 6’9 slashing shot creator in NBA 2K21 MT. They did not even try to balance them that they hit on the nerf button. Only builds that are decent are lockdowns and don’t like them. You can make some nasty 6″7 small forward assembles like I’ve 2 nasty ones but that is the cap. Following 6″7 it is total garbage, everything goes too much up to a place where it ain’t worthwhile.

Bevause guards aren’t that tall. You can make a shooting guard 6’7 and get badges. Did they ever explain why different positions get amount of badges, seems kinda. I guess they tried to make it taller players don’t have a large advantage, which is kind of stupid because their attributes are confined way lower than shorter players. Yeah but the guards are way more defenders with exactly the very same graphs, athletic shooters. They need to balance them, how can a 6’3 protector be a much better dunker than the usual 6’9 sf lol 2K.

I am there with you. I loved the versatility of the SF place as though they got dealt a bad hand this 23, and I really feel. The majority feel like variations of the counterpart, although there are a viable SF assembles. I think it comes down to a few things this year, that 2K did: Nearly every shield build is flexible as hell this season.

Length/size is considerably less valuable this past year. Also, in where a size mismatch might exist intimidator appears to fill. In my opinion, it comes down to the simple fact that the SF position gets a weird gray area between guards and bigs.

They do have a made guard’s flexibility build and Cheap NBA 2K21 MT Coins the size benefit you get actually doesn’t feel like enough to make significant mismatches. I believe when SFs are very workable (such as 2K18 and 19) guards are kinda moot that season and vice versa, yes there are quite workable assembles but overall it goes one way or another, same with PFs and Cs.

Dingbest Asked on August 31, 2020 in Computer.
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