Just like the added NBA2ks, you and the Absolute best amateur would go to the aforementioned team, but in NBA Live it works diffrently.
When drafted in Live, the accomplished adjustment of absolute Live picks goes one lower, so say i get drafted bulk 1, so instead of Ben Simmons aswell accepting the bulk 1 Pick, he will go Down to the 2nd Aces and so on with rest.
Which one would you prefer.
If you're traveling for RP realism, there are problems with both methods. I would apparently go with 2K's adjustment though, aback a lot of NBA 2K18 MT Coins rosters will not accomplish faculty if you alter a bouncer with a big or whatever.
I adopt 2k way, bottomward players 1 atom is bad abstraction abnormally with big name rookies u ambition to see them on aggregation they got drafted to.
I anticipate it would be air-conditioned if there was a adventure for the abstract that makes sense. I candidly anticipate they should X out the academy and top academy stuff.
Would be air-conditioned like you're traveling into academy as a top recruit and afresh ache a Harry Giles like abrasion and end up not accepting drafted.
Then you get like 5 offers from altered teams to play in Summer League, which would be air-conditioned because you could play with rookies, be on a agnate aptitude akin as added players, and possibly win the clash while accepting VC to advance your playef.
Then you assurance with a aggregation (which gives added options than accepting affected to be drafted by a team) and play the blow of the access normally, still accepting the adventitious to do accepting like win RoY etc.
That would be the best way to go about it. Get summer league, adeptness to aces your team, and doesn't blend with the abstract order.
2 way arrangement would be blockhead but I awful agnosticism 2k will add the G league. I feel like Summer Alliance is added accessible accustomed that it was already in MyLeague this year.
Would be air-conditioned to accept a Vegas storyline that determines the aggregation you acreage on and your aboriginal contract.