I would just shorten the name to'Tired of waiting to play the game?' Seriously, after enjoying years of the'Got Next dance' in Park, I thought it was totally incredible that my buddies were becoming game play game after game in ProAm 3v3. Yeah the contest is somewhat stiffer, but you can just play back to back, regardless of whether you win or lose.I think Pro Am 3v3 should use something simar into the 99 system instead of matchmaking, which would help folks in there get much more NBA 2K Coins games (because apparently it's difficult after pro bronze). Everyone plays everyone. Think that could actually show what groups are up there.
Though since they like how it appears, people still care about rep. You want rewards for people to play every match its a video game after all.I like playing with it also for the reasons you mentioned BUT the shadows and the continuous camera movement make it really annoying to seem at.There should still be a boost the the rep you earn in 3v3 pro'm to induce people to play it. Not as far as it was at start of year but halfway between then and now would be great.No stage in playing pro am right now when you get less rep than at park.
Having arguments with some boys. Is being a fantastic centre in 2k simple? Does being a centre take no skill? Not that it requires no skill, but a PG that is lousy can literally ruin a group. A shitty centre can hinder a group, but it's still possible to acquire. IMO, a PG is harder to play compared to some center. That is coming from somebody with center builds and guard. It's why I give props to good PG's in competitive am.
There's a lot that takes skill. However, there are a slew of people who will catch 15 defensive boards that were gimmes and feign that makes them good. I play with a SF/PF tweener and get placed at the 4 lots because it is an unpopular place. It's wild how often centers talk shit because they snagged double digit uncontested rebounds and say I am not doing anything since I"only" have like 9, even though 7 of them were offensive rebounds and that I spent the whole game boxing out because of their dumb bum on D.
I believe a Center might be the most important player behind a PG. I believe a C is more forgiving of a situation but to be a good C is highly reliant on IQ and things that dont show up on the stat sheet . On defense, when a center knows how to help on D and lock the interior, this can alter the entire match where the Offense includes a lot less to use Buy NBA 2K MT. Also one of the most important things is playing roll and pick D. Its usually the more about the big because the pick and roll by nature forces a change. A C has to know when to show, hedge, get back on the roller at the right moment. Stats wise I think it may look easy because you can probably grab 15 rebs easy especially if the PF is a little shield type participant.