Here is what I do.
I use the Pro Stick whenever I am going to the hoop, because it makes a difference which way you push it as it correlates to your player finishing. If I drive the lane and I see a defender (or the defense in general) favoring one side, I push the pro stick to the opposite side so my player dunks on that side and has a lesser chance of getting blocked. It also enables me when I drive baseline to push the joystick towards the out of bounds line so I can do reverse layup/dunk. I also use it for Floaters when I see the defense clogged in the paint. I use it on fastbreak dunks as well, because it controls the type of dunk your player will do (like if you push back on it, its fancy dunk).
For shooting, I use it on my shimmy fadeaways, or fadeaways in general. Outside of those, I just use the shoot button for shooting.
Watch the video below and you will see some of what I am talking about. You will see me on the fastbreak with Sam Mack after a steal, and in that highlight you will see him keep the ball in his left hand and dunk on the left side of the rim. On that play, I am pushing the pro stick left while driving to avoid the block. You will also see a reverse layup by Wade where the pro stick was used towards the baseline, and a Mario Elie finger roll going left on the break (By pushing the joystick left). You will also see on the second to last highlight, me drive the lane with Sean Elliot and keep the ball in my right hand for the power jam, because I kept the joystick to the right. You will see Wade on the fastbreak keep it in his right hand, dunks by Lebron on the break where he keeps it in one hand, etc, all done with the pro stick.
In regards to passing, I just use Icon Passing most of the time, and ill use the bounce pass button and the cross court pass button occasionally.
Last edited by Dee4Three
on Sat Apr 08, 2017 5:54 am, edited 2 times in total.