Thanks for the reply. It's more clear to me now. One more question: Should shooting range sliders be set to equal values for CPU and user controlled team? What I mean is that I don't want to have an artificial advantage over the CPU or CPU having the same kind of advantage over me.I don't want to win only because I had higher values of sliders and I don't wanna lose only because I play AI...which should always win, according to the everlasting rule. I need to find something in between. I hope you can help me out in this issue.
Maybe it's only my ignorance and lack of experience in NBA Live series playing but I noticed that whatever teams I choose, I can score some reasonable points and then when my advantage seems safe and it needs only steady playing style to keep the result, I notice that CPU "all of a sudden" starts scoring from every position while my team (even the best long-distance scorers) start making terrible misses...I have just played a 1996/97 mod game: Jazz-Bulls...Hornacek missed 5 threes in a row while Bulls scored from everything they could - Pippen, Jordan and Harper missed maybe two threes in the whole game altogether. I thought I should try scoring from shorter distance...but I missed as well - Malone, Stockton, name it. I lost the game in which I had an 8-point advantage (2 min quarters!!!)