Building your pf/c
Here is another template I’ll share with you guys!
Traditional bigs are the easiest players to train in this game. They can be built faster then any other position majority of the time, and are just as vital for your success or failures when trying to advance into higher pl’s.
These 2 are my pride and joy big prospects. Nathan has already assumed starter status, and Oscar’s turn is just around the corner! So let’s talk about how I approached their training. (Both followed the same template, I just rushed Nathan a little more to get him starter ready ASAP.)
I started out by training inside shot to max potential in Oscar’s case, and to as high as I could before changing to get a starter quicker in nathan’s case. As you can see, I was able to max Oscar during my pl7 season, and I fell short with Nathan. Nathan unfortunately maxes around 246-8, so it would of taken along time to get him maxed, so I chose to stop and advance him elsewhere.
Next was inside defense. I did rim protect on both, taking them both to 200+. After this, it gets tricky, because training block is only achieved via weekly training, so on Oscar, I trained it a little bit, but Nathan I skipped it entirely for the time being because I needed weekly training for offensive rebounding.
Which takes me to training rebounding! Do you guys ever wonder how some guys in the market have crazy high offensive rebounding? The trick to achieving this is the same way you achieve high outside atk shooting stats! Offensive rebounding takes less potential to get initially high rating. It is personal preference really on how high you go with it, but once you find your sweet spot, everything else falls into place!
Nathan I personally trained his offensive rebounding to 200+ first, then switched to defensive rebounding. This allows offensive rebounding to grow even higher via secondary training. As you can see, Oscar is in the middle of training offensive rebounding, and he will follow a similar route as Nathan.
If you choose to train boxout any, it can also secondary train inside shot, so it’s important to have inside shot maxed first for this purpose. I personally will not go that route, but in the right build, I can work!
Nathan, once inside atk, def and rebounding are maxed, he will get his outside atk training into 2 pt shooting. I can also choose to make him a 3 pt big as well, but personal preference, I am choosing his 2 pt potential.
Oscar will get training in steal for his outside def potential. This serves 2 purposes, it allows him to steal more frequently when ball is thrown down low, or maybe create steals when he’s being backed down. Secondary training also is beneficial because it trains fill in as well, potentially growing his inside def potential past his current potential.
Both of these guys are offensive bigs, which is one of a few different archetypes you can build. “Blue collar” bigs are extremely popular as well, and the main difference between atk bigs and blue collar bigs is, instead of inside shot being maxed, they train screen and layup instead. Typically this is determined when training is started, and if the bigs inside atk potential is too low. I potentially can make a guide later for that archetype!
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