The Seven Deadly Sins of the Jordan Rec Center in NBA 2K19
For NBA 2K19 players who prefer their basketball to be a little more realistic than the street ball played in the Neighborhood's parks, the Jordan Rec Center remains the top destination for those looking to get their online team play fix. But if you are going to enter the building looking for a game, it's important for people to understand that playing nice with others means taking into consideration all the ways you can make the experience either pleasant or torturous for your teammates and opponents. Officially, there are no real rules inside the Jordan Rec Center other than those that govern the game of basketball itself, but there are at least some unwritten guidelines that can help make the Rec Center a better place for all. Because people tend to respond better to lists and because Se7en is a classic movie,nba mt let's review the seven deadly sins players commit in the Jordan Rec Center.
There's no shortage of players in the Jordan Rec Center who are convinced they are the second coming of Jordan themselves and would like to nothing more than to prove this on every possession. Once they have the ball, everyone else on the floor is completely forgotten as they only care about trying to score. Whether this means driving to the hoop despite the presence of a rim protector or jacking up contested 20 footers while moving, there's no defense too stifling for these ball hogs to believe they can not come away with points. Before long, you will realize that you and your three other teammates aren not really playing in the game so much as merely existing on the court. You are of the action but not quite in it.
The opposite of those trying to do too much on the court are players who don not really do much of anything at all. On offense, you will typically find them lazing around in the corner while their defender sticks to them like glue, not doing a lick to try and get themselves or anyone else on your team open. Of course, this lack of activity only becomes a bigger issue on the other end of the floor, where it will be apparent pretty quickly that someone doing little on defense will lead to someone on the other team getting a lot of points. You try, to no avail, to occasionally direct them to, you know, do something (anything! ) but they insist they are just really good at spacing the floor or not really into the whole defense thing. Click to Buy