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Archetype Slasher of My Player mode in NBA 2K17

NBA 2K series is developed by 2K and it is released once a year. NBA 2K16 has achieved great success. Especially the new mode and star models, and the increase of the twelve legendary ball team also also contribute to the success. NBA 2K17 is scheduled to be released in September 2016 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. In this year, Indiana Pacers forward Paul Georage is the cover star of NBA 2K17. If you are willing to spend more money to buy the legendary edition, you will get the boxed cover printed with Bryant.
 
NBA 2K17 wouldn’t be as big of a success without its arguably strongest game mode – MyPlayer.  MyPlayer/MyCareer continues to be the most popular mode in the NBA 2K series. In NBA 2K17, it’s even more of a centerpiece of the experience than ever before. There are so many modes attached to your MyPlayer, it’s almost impossible to completely ignore it. Those who are hungry for the traditional online head-to-head match-ups are the ones who are most likely to bypass.  In MyPlayer mode, players can create a custom player that can be used to play through story and career mode.
 
Archetypes are preset playing styles for created MyPlayers. Selecting an archetype that fits your playing style is crucial and your MyPlayer base stats will default to higher or lower attribute stats in various areas depending on your selection. We are kicking off the series with the shooting guard position where players will get to choose from five different archetypes. Here we will bring you Slasher tutorial.
 
Slasher
This archetype is for players that enjoy driving to the basket and making layups or close range shots, even more so while taking contact. The player will have strengths in the layups and driving dunk categories, but will be relatively weak in outside shooting compared to other players at the position.
 
When choosing measurements for this archetype, your overall rating will be slightly higher in the 6’2” to 6’6” range. The balance will be finding that perfect height and weight as bigger measurements will provide strength and small measurements will provide speed. Depending on your playing style, you will want to adjust accordingly. As for weight, you may want to raise it if you want a stronger player for physical play and rebounding or a lighter player for speed and agility purposes.