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Best MyPLAYER Builds In ‘NBA 2K20’ For Each Position

TheNBA 2K20 demo released one week ago, giving gamers an opportunity to play with different “MyPLAYER” builds while trying out badges and attributes with any overall you want. Many users can make any style work and play the game well depending on personal preference, but overall, these look like the best builds at each position in NBA 2K20.


Point Guard

Skill balance: 33% playmaking, 33% shooting


Known as a “Playsharp” to the initiated of NBA 2K, the playmaking/shooting combination for a point guard looks as good as ever this year. With the build, your player can max out at 83 midrange, 84 three-point, 87 pass accuracy, and 84 ball handling, so it can be a player that’s a headache to stop offensively. The Playsharp point guard can also max out at an 87 post fade with 83 post moves, so a taller player can do it all no matter the playing style of his teammates.


Shooting guard

Skill balance: 33% shooting, 33% defense


Shooting guard is one of the best positions in NBA 2K20 (and basically every year) because most builds work very well aside from the all-defense option (around 66% of the pie chart in this year’s game). But in 2K20, going with a three-and-D type of shooting guard can give you an all-around beast of a player. This build allows a MyPLAYER to max out at 80 for midrange and three, which is more than adequate to knock down shots; and there’s still 81 pass accuracy and 75 ball handling for offense. Defensively, the upside is massive with 84 perimeter defensive, 85 steal, 80 block, and 85 defensive rebound.


Small forward

Skill balance: 66% shooting


The defense might be lacking a bit for this build, but a “Pure Sharp” small forward has dominant potential offensively. With 93 midrange, 93 three-pointer, 95 post fade, and 85 close shot maximum attributes, the build should be able to fill it up from anywhere on the court. This might be the closest to a MyPLAYER similar to Kevin Durant in this year’s game.


Power forward

Skill balance: 66% shooting


Shooting appears to be the name of the game in NBA 2K20, and a stretch four is probably the way to go if you’re making a power forward in the game. In today’s NBA, small-ball lineups have led to fewer “traditional” power forwards, so you can play with that trend by going with a sharpshooting big with the size to compete down low on defense.



Skill balance: 66% shooting


Yup, going with a sharpshooting build for all three of the small forward, power forward, and center positions might be best for all three positions. Because the max rebounding attributes are still pretty high for every position no matter the skill balance pie chart you go with, it makes sense to load up on skilled shooters at the 3-5 spots. A shooting-slanted center can max out at 87 midrange, 84 three-point, and 95 post-fade, so it could be a nightmare to cover all over the court. And the 76 defensive rebounding and 75 block are still adequate down low on defense.

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66 per cent shooting on a centre when has that ever happened??

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Trash article, no creativity. Every build is a shooter with no d. I shut down play sharps all day with my beast shot slasher and put up points/assists. Love to see this lineup vs a well balanced lineup that respects defense.


lfg jumpers all day.. yea a 66 percent shooter you won’t stop that on my squad. SF should be shot creator tho

yall complaining realize 2k is about shooting now right? play the game


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