With another year of NBA 2K now over us, we return to the franchise's most popular mode: My career.
For many years my career mode has made NBA 2K franchise unquestionable king of the sports game genre, which gives players the opportunity to fulfill the dream of moving from fills to wealth on their way to the NBA superstardom.
Always the long, sometimes repeating gate, my career in the NBA 2K series continues to evolve year by year and changes the way a story-based story burns against being the league's most dominant and popular player.
With continued focus on gaming and progression, let's take a look at some necessary tips to help you increase the rankings to the top of the NBA.
For the initiated here, the information contained in this guide will be far too familiar. But for the new to NBA 2K the creation and development of the mode can be quite overwhelming, so hopefully this wizard will take you through the basics and help you get on to becoming an NBA superstar.  Although it's usually a steep learning curve with NBA 2K game, My Career is fun and forgive over time to allow you to slowly and safely master the experience. Do not be put off by poor performance assessment, since all these really do is to extend the inconvenience: stick to it and keep a close eye on the final goal.
Then you want to know how to quickly build MyPlayer up to level 99 and dominate NBA? Here are some tips.
| My player creation tips | Skills and attributes |
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My Player Making Tips
The trick of making your player in my career must not be affected by everything offered, as there is a frightening array of games, resources and skills available to you.
Lastly, you will create a rounded player, one that is balanced next to what is expected of the particular position you have chosen.
It's important to create a player that fits your own NBA 2K game style is integrated not only to ensure that the mode stays most enjoyable for yourself, but it's best encapsulated the best of what NBA 2K has to offer.
Before heading into Prelude, decide which type of player you want to be: Does the game control the game? To distribute and dictate the terms of a match? Then Point Point (PG) is obviously what you should lean against.
The SG and SF positions are more suitable if you like to move the ball and shoot the dribble, although both positions require more defensive accountability and off-ball movement. Tougher positions to play, it is a commitment here to get in good position for your teammates.
The C and PF positions are different animals all together.
Hit the boards, set the screens and play D in the mail: requires the ball when you know you have the ability to beat the opponent near the basket.
If you lack skills in these areas, My Career will not be kind to you.
Primary and Secondary Skills – Why They Are Important
Do not let this part of the player creation suit come to you. Ideally, you will choose two skills that balance your player out realistically next to the expectations of the position.
With a PG, for example, Passing & Ball Action as a primary skill will increase or decrease the maximum attribute capability for skills more or less related to the skills in themselves.
Obviously Passing is more important than Blocking for a PG. If you absolutely want to go down that path, by all means, nobody wants a blocked PG that can not pass. What is the meaning?
Who do you want to be? What type of player do you want to lead through the racks? Want a defensive low-scoring center? Or a driving and finishing, 3-point shooting SG?
Tips to get started
- The positions have each caps for attributes that fall in line with the expectations of the position, so be careful about this. As an example, a PG can not have a perfect dunk rating. So do not choose a PG if you want to be a short dunker. That will not happen.
- The body shape and size of your player is central and falls again in line with the expectations and types of player you want to create. You can go for a small, lean PG and they will be fast, but they will not be strong or especially smooth. This makes it difficult to defend one, "says Ben Simmons. The game does a good job of telling you that we are going right or wrong.
- If you do not have time to grind through your career, you will choose one of PG, SG or SF to be the best option for you. That way you get your hands on the ball, while C and PF both play on behalf of their guards.
- If you're sure of your shooting, stay alert.
NBA 2K18 Skill Selections and Attributes
Here are the five attributes you should focus on above all else for each position and associated game style (in order of importance).
] Driving and finishing
- Ball handling and pass
- Mid-range shooting
- Mid-range shooting
- 3pt shooting
- Ball Handtery ng and pass
- ] Strength
- ] Speed
- Lateral Quickness
- Side Speed
- ] Vertical
- Temporary Shooting
- 3pt Shooting
- Driving and finishing
- B all handling and passage
- mid range