In this year's 2K, it's critical to have a top 3-point percent, and the Playmaking Shot Creator is the only multicoloured build that gives you enough stats to control from beneath the line. Back in 2K22, the playmaking pie chart is the quickest and shooting is definitely the slowest, so this even split yellow and green player allows you to increase your speed on the court, making it simple to acquire open to create shots. If you're able to get open and sink threes, you will be much deadlier than a purely green participant.
Spacing the floor is growing more instrumental to winning games, so making a high percentage shooting big guy is critical to effectively executing this strategy. A big who can hit threes compels the opposing center to come from the paint. This creates opportunities for your teammates to attack without even worrying about a massive paint protector remaining beneath the rim the whole game. Creating a pure green at the power forward position is advantageous since you get 10 defensive badges, allowing you to guard your own paint and placing the other at a disadvantage if they don't have a stretch large.
There's not any superior center build compared to Glass-Cleaning Finisher. This even-split, blue and red construct, provides you with hall of fame defensive and finishing badges so you can create a huge effect on the two ends of the ground. This construct gives you access to each of the touch dunks and dip packages all of the way up to 6'10, which can be insanely tall for the amount of finesse you'll have completing in the stand. As this is not a shooting construct, you are able to max out the wingspan, providing you an additional 10 inches. Even though you're not as tall as the 7' bigs, your wingspan makes up to the height discrepancy, which makes you feel well over seven feet tall. This will help you protect the paint and shield perimeter scorers, like the stretch bigs, more than seven foot centers would. Giannis Antetokounmpo is the nearest real life example to this build.
Greater than shooting is much far better than an even divide because completing allows for higher ball managing and athleticism, making it a more believable construct on the two ends of the court. It is harder to shoot out the lights in this year's 2K, so having a greater specialization in finishing is a more affordable path to take as an even split pie graph will have less finishing, while their shooting will not be up to par with the other excellent shooting builds. We recommend you apply this construct to some shooting guard since you will be granted more badges than every other place.