What are your thoughts on 2k11? Can anyone score 80-100 points in 4 normal 5 min quarters? Should I adjust the game speed from 50 to 90 or 100 or lengthen each quarter to 8 mins?
The scoring is much more realistic than last year. I've already played quite a few games on all-star with 8-minute quarters, and my highest scoring total was 107; and in order to do that, I had to make a ton of threes with John Paxson and Craig Hodges.
the most ive scored in regulation was 77 with okc in 8min quarters on all star at 65 game speed. so i doubt the 5 min quarters are going to work for realistic scoring numbers.
I play on hall of fame 7mins and most are my games are in the 70s or 80s I try to aim for 20pts a quarter
I just hit a Game Winner today with Joe Johnson against my boy he had Miami Joe went 7 for 10 from 3. I love the fact that its not as easy on offense this year you actually gotta work get to the line, take mid range shots and defend I LOVE IT
I love this game. I love the my player mode although I don't agree with sometimes what they consider an assist. I have fun creating more either a PG or SF. I had a 6'11" SF named Alan Jones only to have the file on my 360 not load anymore talk about frustrating. I was ballin with him too. I had one game I had 25 points with him off the bench. Having John Wall really helps me too. If i do want a trade though I'm leaning towards wanting to either go and try and ball with Blake Griffin on the Clippers or help out one of two underdog teams Minnesota or Toronto.
This game rocks! The my player mode is very realistic. to reply first post, what i do is just put 12 minutes a game, even if it takes 1 hour, it's very cool. Once, i scored 107 points with a guard with miami heat. I just play at speed 50, and i can score like 70 points in a 5 minutes quarter.
The Lakers are at $31.6 million followed by three additional teams with eight-figure tax looming: the Miami HEAT, Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks. The Memphis Grizzlies, Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics are all moderate tax payers as well.