Andrew wrote:I'm not sure that EA Sports will be updating the rosters for another year, but a fair amount of people still seem to be playing it so there are fan made roster updates and slider suggestions out there. At this point you might want to give NBA 2K11 a look, perhaps it would be best if you rented both to help you make up your mind as to which you'd prefer.
Rta wrote:It is still worth to buy that game?
Andrew wrote:You might want to rent it first, unless you can find a cheap copy. Considering that they're no longer providing the updates for the game and the last update actually reset the rosters to default, maybe it's best to wait though.
Got some questions... (PS3)...
Q1 I was playing online RANKED game(1 vs 1) - my first ranked match, my opponent quit the game in the 1st quater. When i checked the online leaderboard, i wasn't awarded with a win, WHY?
Q2 When playing a RANKED game, are all teams AVAILABLE TO SELECT?
Q3 How can i use a player with great STRENGTH to my advantage - How can i use strong players?
Q4 What is HUSTLE in DNA rating, what does it do?
Q5 Any advise for me on utilizing PLAYBOOK(Offense and Defence), I dont know which playbook play to use, or when to use it?
Q6 How do i perform a floater shot?
Q7 Is there a website that provides DNA Ratings(PLAYER RATINGS) for each team? Im looking for Olando Magics?
Andrew wrote:6. I believe you need to hit the shoot button on the run when you're about 18-20 feet from the basket.
Axel. wrote:I could be wrong, but in Live 10 when you go to edit ratings, it doesn't have a three-point accuracy rating. It's a three-point tendency. I remember Rashard Lewis had 99 on that rating, and as the game describes it, it's the likelihood that a player will attempt a three-point shot. I remember there was also a hidden rating (you had to actually edit the player to access this) for the actual three-point accuracy rating. Does Rashard Lewis also have a 99 there, or is it different?
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