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Why Duncan is better and greater than Kevin Garnett

I've seen alot of KG>Duncan posts so I've decided to employ my copy and paste powers and prove why Duncan is better and greater than Kevin Garnett.

1. Scoring

Duncan is a superior scorer to Garnett, no matter how you look at it.

A. Prime for prime
First of all, establishing their respective primes is subjective; why did you choose 2000-2007? Because it fits your argument? Both players were all stars in 1998, why not choose that season? Duncan won Finals MVP in 1999, and was hailed by Phil Collins and Bob Costas as “The best player in the league”. So we can and should include those years as well.

Aside from that, Garnett played in faster paced offenses than Duncan did. So this allows for more possessions. It wasn’t until 2012 (really 2013) that the Spurs became a fast paced team. This only lasted for a few years. Otherwise, From 1998-2011 the Spurs were a slow, grind it out team. Garnett also played on slow teams but still had more possessions than Duncan.

B. Points Per 100 possessions

A more fitting stat to compare the two. There are numerous players that scored insane numbers in the 80’s, but we wouldn’t call Dantley a better scorer than Kobe, would we? Absolutely not. That said, Garnett got to play more possessions. Even aside from the possession argument, KG fans love to bring up that KG was all alone on his teams whereas Duncan had “stacked” teams. We will explore this claim in further detail later in the discussion. For now, if KG truly played with nobodies, he should have some insane stats. Look at Demarcus Cousins for instance. He averaged 27 ppg last season, but he plays on a lousy team where he is free to put up insane numbers. So KG’s scoring should be way higher right? We will see:

PPG (not PP 100) from 2000-2007:

TD: 21.9
KG: 22.5

Only a 0.6 difference despite Duncan supposedly playing on much more stacked teams and KG having to score “all their points”. But, let’s look at the numbers per 100 possessions during this time:

TD: 31.6
KG: 30.1

So despite Duncan supposedly having a cast full of scorers and KG having nobody and having a bigger scoring responsibility, Duncan scores more efficiently and effectively. Part of this has to do with his ability to get to the foul line better. Let’s look at their respective Free throw Rates during this time:
TD: .469
KG: .394

So Duncan was drawing fouls at a much better rate. Even if he couldn’t shoot FT’s as well as KG, he was getting to the line more, so the fact that KG has a better FT% is negated by the fact that Duncan was better at drawing fouls in the first place. Would you rather have a guy who shoots 90% from the line but goes to the line 10 times a game, or a guy who shoots 80% but goes to the line 15 times a game?

Another reason Duncan was a better scorer was because he was better at relying less on teammates for his points. Yes, you read that right. As you pointed out, KG shot from longer distances (though not as big a difference as you think- it’s 11 ft to 8ft). KG’s shot was the catch and shoot. Did he have post moves? Absolutely, but he operated much less in the post then he could have. Working in the post involves out-muscling your opponent- KG would rather pass. This led to more instances in the playoffs in which he shot in the 45-49% range in important games. Whereas Duncan on the other hand has many more instances shooting in the 50-55% range in important games in series. And I’m not just talking elimination games. Now it is true that KG had better handles than Duncan- but he didn’t dribble around his defender and create his own shot as much as he could have. To support my argument is the Assisted on % stat. Let’s take a look at it during the 2001-2007 seasons (This stat wasn’t available in the 2000 season, not that it would have made a difference):

TD: .494
KG: .627

That is a HUGE difference. In short, Duncan was much less reliant on his teammates to create his shot, AND he drew fouls much more. Addtionally, Duncan was scoring more points per possession anyway, and shot more efficiently from the field. True, his shots were closer to the basket, but that doesn’t take away from the facts. It’s kinda like this: would you rather have Shaq with the ball taking his short shots, or would you rather have David Robinson with the ball, taking longer shots? Robinson is one of my favorite players ever, but he wasn’t the scorer Shaq was. The same is true here. The only argument a KG proponent has in this instance is that he scored more PPG, but when you look at the context, that is irrelevant.

One of the main arguments KG proponents make is that he didn’t have the teams Duncan has, and if you switched places their careers would be drastically different. Well, let’s say this happened. In short, Duncan would have been less reliant on his weak cast in the first place, and would have been asked to do more, so his numbers would be sky high, while drawing more fouls. KG on the other hand would have similar scoring numbers as Duncan did with the Spurs.

Keep in mind, this is only the regular season, we have barely touched on the playoffs. Let’s look at their playoff scoring numbers between the 1998-2004 seasons for KG (since those are the closest years to your pre-selected 2000-2007 years) and 1998-2005 numbers for Duncan (since he missed the 2000 playoffs). Keep in mind that 6 of KG’s playoff runs during this time was in the first round, and in 5 of those instances he did not face the eventual champs, so his numbers should be very good (I.e. look at Chris Paul’s playoff numbers):

TD: 23.8
KG: 21.8

This is not points per 100 possessions, this is points per game, as basic a stat as you can find. Despite KG playing in the first round and again supposedly playing on “vastly” inferior teams, Duncan actually outscores him in points per game. So while Duncan’s scoring increases in the playoffs, KG’s decreases. And if you look at the per possession numbers (Points per 100 possessions) The disparity is even bigger:

Points per 100 possessions:
TD: 31.7
KG: 27.9

Looking at Peaks briefly:

Most PPG in a season
TD: 25.5
KG: 24.2

Most PPG in a playoff run:
TD: 27.6 through 2 rounds in 2002
KG: 27.0 through 6 games in the first round of 2003

Most PPG in a single playoff series:
TD: 32.3 vs. DAL, 2006 WCSF
KG: 27.0 vs. LAL, 2003 1st

And even if you want to argue that the 03 Lakers were better than the 06 Mavs, Duncan put up 29.0 ppg against the 2002 Lakers, who would win their 3rd championship that year, and did it while locking down Shaq (We’ll get to that later).

And we’ve already visited their per 100 possession numbers, so it would be redundant to mention it here, as we already know Duncan has him beat.

Plus Duncan carried his team in a better way in pivotal moments than KG did in the playoffs. Even if you want to say that it is not fair to compare playoff numbers because KG didn’t get the same opportunities Duncan did, the regular season scoring numbers still favor Duncan.

2. Rim protection

Tim Duncan is better than Kevin Garnett at protecting the rim. That’s a fact, and I don’t see any kind of a case favoring KG if we’re taking about rim protection and only rim protection.
Most Blocks in a season:
TD: 237
KG: 178

Most BPG in a season:
TD: 2.9 (2003)
KG: 2.2 (2004)
Ironically enough, KG’s best Shot-blocking season is the same as Duncan’s career average.

Most BPG in a playoff run:
TD: 4.3 (2002)
KG: 2.4 (1998)

KG’s best shot-blocking playoff run was through 3 games in 1998, 2 years before the league loosened their defensive rules.

Just like with scoring, Duncan beats him in per 100 possession numbers

Most Blocks per 100 possessions in a season:
TD: 4.5
KG: 3.0

Most BP 100 in a Playoff run:
TD: 5.7
KG: 3.4

Most BPG in a playoff series:
Duncan: 5.8 (Seattle, 2002)
KG: 3.2 (New York, 2013)

Shot blocking records:
TD: 3 (7 if you count his records compared to other PF’s)
KG: 0

TD’s records:
1. Most blocks per game in a Finals series
2. Most blocks in a Finals series
The two are different, as before 2003 Kareem owned the record for highest BPG in a finals in the 1980 Finals (4.6) and Ewing owned the record for most total blocks in a Finals\
3. Most playoff blocks by a player for their career-
4. Most career blocks for a PF-
5. Highest BPG by a PF in a Finals (2003 Finals)-
6. Highest total blocks by a PF in a Finals (2003 Finals)
7. Highest BPG by a PF in a playoff series (2002 1st round vs. Seattle)-

Duncan was also one of the best at altering shots in history, anyone who has watched the great shot blockers will tell you as much.-

Regarding your point about KG being asked to protect the rim during his DPOY season, he averaged as many BPG as Duncan did in his worst season in BPG, which was this past year in the 2016 season with Duncan at age 39. And even if you want to debate DPOY, Duncan deserved it in 2004, 2007, and 2013, but of course wasn’t going to get it being humble and deflecting the credit from himself.-

-3. Post defense

Another area that I don’t see how KG could be better at. There’s a few ways we could look at this:

-A. 1-on-1 defense (individual defense)
-B. Help defense
-C. Rim protection
-D. Defensive Rebounding

A. When it comes to 1-on-1 defense, Duncan definitely schools Garnett here. Also, I think one on one defense in the post is more important than the other aspects of post defense. Here’s a look at Duncan’s elite defense against other elite post players/big men:

Was the main defender on Shaq when he scored 21.4 ppg on 44.7% shooting in their 2002 playoff matchup after scoring 27.2 ppg on 57.9% shooting during the regular season.
Shaq never shot below 55% in a season, yet shot well below this when guarded by Duncan. I wasn’t able to find Game 4 of this series except for makes. From the 4 other games I watched and Shaq’s makes on Duncan in Game 4, Duncan locked down Shaq to 18-46 (39.2%) shooting. Shaq was 24-48 (50%) against All other defenders. Duncan probably guarded him on other shots in Game 4, and I only have Shaq’s makes. It’s possible Shaq shot worse than 39.2%, but as it stands that percentage is atrocious for any player of any position, and the fact that Duncan did that while in his prime is astounding. KG never locked down a top ten player like this in any instance.

-Held Martin to 14.3 ppg on 34.3% shooting in 03 Finals after averaging 21 ppg on 50% shooting in the previous 4 playoff rounds.

-Main defender on Gasol in 08 WCF and held him to 13.2 ppg on 44.6% shooting after averaging 18.8 ppg on 58.9% shooting with the Lakers.

-Shut down Chris Bosh in Game 7 of the 2013 Finals to 0/5 shooting and made him a non-factor, yet people only focus on Duncan’s missed shot.

-Outscored 3x DPOY Dwight Howard despite Howard being their #1 option on a Lakers team with no Kobe

-This isn’t post defense, but Duncan showed his versatility on individual defense when he held Nash to 1-6 shooting when guarding him in the closeout game of the 2005 WCF

The list of defenders who locked down this many elite scorers and made them drop double digits from their shooting percentage is very slim. And KG never did this to the extent Duncan did in either the regular season or playoffs.

B. Help defense

In the post, Duncan was one of the best post help-defenders in the history of the league. Playing next to Robinson, Duncan would frustrate other post players as he would come over and limit their options. KG was great at this too, but as aforementioned KG was on the perimeter more. To me, Duncan’s sheer amount of volume in the post and it always being solid gives him the edge here. I give the perimeter edge to KG. But post help-defense? It’s Duncan. As aforementioned he was an elite individual defender and an elite rim protector, so when his help came, the others were doomed. Duncan and Robinson had the game-saving defensive play when they stopped Spreewell in the post of the closing seconds of Game 5 of the 1999 Finals.

C. Rim protection

It goes without saying that when a defender (especially a big) is in the post, he will be asked to protect the rim, even if he has a tough matchup down low. As already established, Duncan was a superior Shot blocker to KG and a better individual defender. So him having to leave his man to protect the rim when needed wasn’t too tall of a task. If you are using athleticism as a main point, remember that past their primes Duncan was a better defender, and used his skill (not athleticism), while once KG’s athleticism faded he was nowhere near Duncan’s level. If your main argument is that KG didn’t protect the rim as much but when he did he won DPOY, it’s a weak one. Again, KG’s BPG that season is the same amount of BPG Duncan had in his Final year. KG did other things better than Duncan, but not protect the rim. As aforementioned Duncan should have definitely won it in 2007, and has a good case for 2004 and 2013. Outside of 2008, I don’t see how KG has a case for any season. Duncan’s defense was better than KG’s in KG’s MVP season (KG was admittedly better at everything else though).

D. Rebounding

A small bonus of good post defense is rebounding, and I’m including this to help KG’s case more. Let’s look at their defensive rebounding numbers from 2000-2007:

DRPG:
TD: 8.8
KG: 9.9

DR Per 100
TD: 12.7
KG: 13.3

TD’s defensive rebounding was not far off from KG’s when you look at it during their primes.

In sum, Duncan was the superior individual defender in the post, a better shot blocker, a better rim protector overall, and a more efficient help defender in the post. KG was better at getting rebounds in the post on defense, but the other categories combined are of much higher importance than just rebounding.

4. Passing

Now, I believe that for their careers and in their primes KG was the better passer, but it’s not as far off as you might think. Also, when the two players were at their absolute bests (2003 and 2004), Duncan had him beat in every main statistical category except steals (Points, Rebounds, Assists, and Blocks). Most would agree that Duncan was at his best in 2003. For Garnett, I believe his best season to be 2004. It was his only MVP season and he led Minnesota to its only Conference Finals appearance. He posted career highs in Points per game, RPG, and BPG. He also posted career highs in a few advanced categories. When they were at their best and when it mattered, Duncan averaged 5.3 assists during the 2003 playoff run while KG had 5.1 assists during his. For their careers, KG was better, and the same is true for their primes. But Duncan showed that when needed to, he could be just as dynamic a playmaker as KG was.

5. Pick and Roll defense
KG was the better P’n’R defender, but it was close. Duncan was absolutely great at getting back to his man after defending up top. I encourage you to watch Game 1 of the 2007 NBA Finals, and at 31 and exiting his prime, Duncan was a great P’n’R defender against LeBron and company. People also forget that Duncan ran the pick and roll well with Tony Parker from 2003/4-2008/9, so he knew how to defend it since he was doing it well on the other end. Additionally, Duncan was able to defend in general better for longer because of his skill, whereas KG was much more reliant on athleticism than Duncan ever was. KG was a little better here, but less than what most people think.

6. Carrying the load

KG has seven seasons leading his team in 4/5 categories or better, whereas Duncan has zero. However, when Duncan needed too, he put that load on him and made it work. For one:

-Only Jordan had teammates score less points in a Finals than Duncan’s did in 1999. Duncan carried them to the title despite poor play, especially game 5 when his teammates shot a combined 15-45, yet Duncan carried them to victory.

I’m going to mention category dominance in some of my next points, as I already did with KG.

-Duncan led the Spurs in all 5 categories against the most dominant playoff team in history (2001 Lakers. I’m not saying they were the best team in history but they own the record for winning% in a championship run). He had to do it all in this series, and defended Shaq well when he was on him and provided solid help defense. On plays where Duncan was the lone defender on Shaq or plays in which he either provided help defense or had a help defender, Duncan held Shaq to 11/24 (45.8% shooting). Now true, Shaq was one shot away from shooting 50%, but he never shot below 55% in a season, so even that would have been low by Shaq’s standards. The fact stands, Duncan held him nearly 10% below his worst shooting season when he guarded him, and guarded him for just under 30% of his shots, which is a pretty good chunk. In all other instances in which Duncan was not around to contest Shaq’s shots, Shaq was 35/61 from the field, good for 57.4% shooting, but shot 45.8% with Duncan around. Additionally, Duncan was the focus of the other teams defense and the Spurs’ #1 option, led them in rebounds, playmaking, and averaged 1.3 SPG and 4.3 BPG. Now that’s a heavy load.

-Against the Supersonics in the 02 playoffs, Duncan led the Spurs to a 2-1 lead, but Duncan was injured and missed Game 4. The Spurs would lose this game, then win Game 5. Duncan put up 25-11-5 with an absurd 6 blocks per game.

-Then in the 02 series vs. the Lakers, there was no Robinson for 2 games and was ineffective in the 3 games he played in the series. Duncan guarded Shaq and we all know what happened: He hindered him to an at best 39.2% shooting, while being the main defender. Shaq shot 50% at worst against all other opponents. Being exhausted after guarding Shaq, Duncan’s efficiency slipped, shooting 42.5% from the field. However, he made up for his bad shooting by having an outstanding Free Throw Rate of .549, shooting 77.4% from the line. So he was efficient overall since he was able to get to the line, so his poor FG% is canceled out by that. Apart from that, he averaged 29-17-5-1-3, while his teammates combined only grabbed 23 boards a game. It’s really speaks volumes as to how heavy of a load Duncan had to carry in this series that he almost grabbed as many rebounds as the rest of his teammates did. He scored or assisted on over 40% of his teams points, grabbed 43% of his teams rebounds, and limited Shaq to below 40% shooting when guarding him. This is a load KG never carried in the playoffs.

-Duncan led the Spurs in 4/5 categories in three straight postseasons, 2001-2003. So this shows that when needed to, he could carry that heavy load like KG did.

-In Duncan’s 2003 championship run, he led a weaker cast to a championship than KG ever led to the Finals. Now, you might say that maybe this isn’t fair to KG, since he had weaker teams. But, this shows if nothing else that Duncan did carry a heavy load, and if he had to switch with KG he would have done the same.

From 2004-2008, Duncan didn’t have to do as much playmaking, but still was the Spurs #1 option, best defender, and best rebounder by a mile. But if he needed to be a playmaker, he could. Ultimately, Duncan did not carry quite as heavy as a load as KG. But there is nothing to suggest he couldn't have if needed to. As it is, he carried a weak load at times to places that the casts he had usually don’t go to.

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Landscape Photography part II And I head up to the Derwent Dam where the Battle of Britain dam busters practised dropping the bombs in the Derwent reservoir.
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Landscape Photography part II And I head up to the Derwent Dam where the Battle of Britain dam busters practised dropping the bombs in the Derwent reservoir. I try so hard to make it up to the Bamford Edge but the wind was so strong I do try. I finish my time here with a look back at the trip and view the images taken from this brilliant Adventure, And look forward to my return here next month. Thanks for watching Chris.
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Why Chris Paul is Key to Clippers Success
The Los Angeles Clippers are undefeated since Chris Paul returned from a hamstring injury and are riding a six-game winning streak. The latest example of Paul's importance to the team is the difference in games...
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https://plus.google.com/115312900863624006157 isportsweb : After their win against the Los Angeles Lakers today, the Los Angeles Clippers are now 28-14. The Clippers...
After their win against the Los Angeles Lakers today, the Los Angeles Clippers are now 28-14. The Clippers have started the new year perfectly, winning six of their six games so far in 2017 and in dominant fashion. Chris Paul is now back and has played in…
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After their win against the Los Angeles Lakers today the Los Angeles Clippers are now 28-14, dominating 2017.
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https://plus.google.com/106607903719943350413 Shane Lang : NBA: DeAndre Jordan dominates with 24 pts, 21 reb as Clippers roll past Lakers 113-97; Chris Paul 20...
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https://plus.google.com/107451339898166119553 Abhinaw Singh : There may not be a better point guard in the NBA than Chris Paul when it comes to inherently knowing...
There may not be a better point guard in the NBA than Chris Paul when it comes to inherently knowing everything that’s happening on the court. Paul’s ability to see where his teammates are going to move – sometimes before they even show that they plan on…
Chris Paul Threw This Impossible Pass To Set Up A Luc Mbah a Moute Dunk
There may not be a better point guard in the NBA than Chris Paul when it comes to inherently knowing everything that’s happening on the court. Paul’s ability to see where his teammates are going
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Clippers Clobber Lakers, Remain Perfect in 2017
The greater Los Angeles metropolitan area expects to now be home to both the Chargers and the Rams during the 2017 NFL season, as both teams begin a cold war to attract fans
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https://plus.google.com/107451339898166119553 Abhinaw Singh : There may not be a better point guard in the NBA than Chris Paul when it comes to inherently knowing...
There may not be a better point guard in the NBA than Chris Paul when it comes to inherently knowing everything that’s happening on the court. Paul’s ability to see where his teammates are going to move – sometimes before they even show that they plan on…
Chris Paul Threw This Impossible Pass To Set Up A Luc Mbah a Moute Dunk
There may not be a better point guard in the NBA than Chris Paul when it comes to inherently knowing everything that’s happening on the court. Paul’s ability to see where his teammates are going
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Which team wins a 7 game series in their prime? Comment how many games it takes

Team 1:
Kyrie Irving
Vince Carter
LeBron James
Bill Russell
Shaquille O'Neal

Damian Lillard
Demar DeRozan
Klay Thompson
Chris Bosh
Karl Anthony-Towns

Giannis Antetokounmpo
Hassan Whiteside
Kyle Lowry

Team 2:
Chris Paul
Michael Jordan
Kevin Durant
Kevin Garnett
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Russell Westbrook
Tracy McGrady
Paul Pierce
Dirk Nowitzki
Hakeem Olajuwon

Kawhi Leonard
Ray Allen
Gary Payton
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https://plus.google.com/112854428205017285020 dan t : SLEEPER MVP CANDIDATE ISAIAH THOMAS Hear me out before you block me, lmfao. The entire reason people...
SLEEPER MVP CANDIDATE
ISAIAH THOMAS

Hear me out before you block me, lmfao. The entire reason people say that Westbrook or PG13 won't win MVP is the fact that they won't have top 3 teams in their conference.

Many also rule out Steph Curry and Kevin Durant from winning as they believe they'll get the same treatment LeBron got in 2011.

So by that criteria, of that's how the votes are made, the amount people who are in the running are slim. The top teams in each conference right now seem to be GSW, SAS, LAC out West and CLE, BOS, TOR out East.

So by the assumed criteria, candidates may be, Kawhi Leonard, Chris Paul, LeBron James, Isaiah Thomas, and Kyle Lowry.

Lowry most likely will share too much of his impact with DeRozan to be MVP and LeBron may get the media fatigue treatment (plus he's known for coasting the RS), making it a three man race between Kawhi, CP3, and IT4. And considering IT is the only thing close to a scorer on his team, he could actually have a great case if he performs the way he can.

Just something to think about.
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Best nba matchup part 2.
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https://plus.google.com/103328027546826082456 Clazzik23 Kash/Dash : NBA 2k The most overrated basketball franchise. I agree that 2k is better than NBA Live, but you know...
NBA 2k
The most overrated basketball franchise. I agree that 2k is better than NBA Live, but you know what if I can afford my own games I'm not having NBA 2k as a priority.
Just like everything I may interact with I want to enjoy and just simply be entertained, but NBA 2k literally pisses me off.
Why do you play it Halpher? I've played every game go death and 2k I can tolerate some things and just try to have fun, but some things from this company are ridiculous.

Gameplay Mechanics are awful. Stop trying to ruin gameplay 2k. Rebounding is not even good as when you press why you are put in this awkward animation that in context doesn't even make sense. The ball may be rolling on the ground and I press X or Y and my Player justs jumps or swipes the fucking air when THE BALL IS ON THE GROUND
Throws Controller
You can make it Scorpio...you can make it through this.
Cough
I may try to rebound the ball, but it seems the player i'm controlling doesn't know WHERE THE FUCK THE BALL IS and the animation puts him out of position! Which results in you getting robbed.
But Halpher maybe you not timing it right
No! I have seen situations where timing is the issue and that just takes skill, but this literally has a 7 feet Center missing a ball so close to him and failing to get it...the controllers do not respond to this situation which only confuses me and pisses me off when the player I control doesn't automatically grab the ball when ITS RIGHT FUCKING THERE ON YOUR DAMN SHOE!
Throws Controller
I hope I ain't break it
Why do players go so slow trying to grab a ball less than a feet to them?
Why does it seem like my big man are blind?

Defense
This is infact the worst part about 2k. Defense is literally hard to play. You can BARLEY! Control your player on defense and I do the hold both Left Trigger and Right Trigger which puts me in the stance and able to react.
But it seems like the player I controlling is skating on the court and I can't control it.
Heres another thing. You know how your assignment shoots and you press Y to block? So why in the FUCK does my player not react to the assignment, but go in the opposite direction for some reason? How do you expect me to believe this game is a good representation of basketball when on defense you are forced into animations that are very hard to even get out of...I swear I should not feel like i'm being pulled into my assignment when he goes and posts up...I should have full control over that, but it seems the offensive player can MANIPULATE MY FUCKING PLAYER and everytime I try to get out of it I feel stuck
Throws Controller Y falls out
Lets talk about the CPU who for some reason sag for no fucking reason

Hey look it's Stephen Curry let me just sag off and remain out of position to even contest his 3 point shot...hey look let me double team this player for no reason
Hey look it's a screen lets not switch and just double team this one player leaving one open
And look he is running to the paint lets not close in and contest
Hey look it's a alley let me not jump and swipe the ball let me just stand there with my hands in the air like I just don't care
CARE DAMN IT!
This is fucking ridiculous
How is this gameplay revolutionary when fundamentally it fails to get this right.
The ball feels like it can just fall out at anytime
and animations are just absurd that it's funny.

My Player the gameplay for My Player is perhaps the worst fucking part because think about it folks if this game fundamentally is flawed how are you going to play this?
But wait THERES MORE!
Your team mates in MyPlayer are awful and for some reason when you're traded these team mates play better?
Let me talk about the idiocy of passing...yeah in My Player if you play on Hall Of Fame just stop. The game is unfair and absolutely makes no damn sense.
You see your team mate cutting infront of your opponent, but you realized the moment you pass he just moves back
Turnover
I know many of you experienced this bullshit
I know your team mates miss wide open shots
And your triple double absolutely meant notning as you lose every game in frustrations on how the game is just unplayable. So you ask for a trade...you get partnered up with Chris Paul for some reason...Chris Paul can't shoot
Doesn't pass and literally does nothing
In My-Player there is no Ball-Movement and no distinction in coaching or gameplan which makes this gameplay repetitive until you get tired of doing the same thing.
The game is not at all innovative nor does it offer much.
I tested with the difficulty and I found out that it never affects your player as IT only affects...the opponent and your team mates
Making Hall-Of Fame unplayable as how will you win if someons with 50 3 Point rating is able to hit a fadeaway with 2 defenders in his face
And my teams miss wide open lay-ups or shots?
And they never pass it to you the Only competent player?


You know what...I'ma just read a book guys.

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