I suggest not just attributes ratings, but additionally badges.

There is no reason these shouldn't"stick" for online play since they do for offline. In play should you take the Coach Adjustments off it stays off. It doesn't do for 2K MT online. You have to pause and eliminate it every game, thereby annoying your opponent and using among those pauses up. If every game the Defensive Settings default option to 2K's default, why can't it default to what I shifted before I change it, or till I"reset defaults"? On exactly what I set, why can not the other settings the camera remains? It's unnecessary time wasted for my rival and myself. There are 281 opals at the conclusion of NBA 2K21. There were 91 last year. The entire player cards moved from 1,861 into whereas the cards shifted showed a 4% increase, the tiered card showed a 208% increase. That is unbalanced. This 281 opals signify 229 different players using opals (so 52 players had multiple opals) and include cards that evo to opal but not those who DD to opal. In addition to restricting the Opals and GOATs to cards that actually deserve them in real life, they also will need to revamp the tiering system to better space out the cards so that there aren't 281 crammed into precisely the same tier, with little to distinguish them besides a Sherlock Holmes level of investigation in their stats/badges. This tiering system makes it possible for the very same tiers to be spread over 100 rankings rather than the 33 now in operation (68-99) so there is the much variant to play with to correctly evaluate cards. I suggest not just attributes ratings, but additionally badges. So the badges could be weighted by their position (Bronze, Gold, Silver, HOF) and added into the total score of the characteristics to determine final position and grade. Some level of evaluation would still be required to find out whether the 91 opal man with 10 HOF badges is equivalent to another 91 opal guy with 10 HOF badges because one has Range Extender and the other has Ice In Veins (suggestion -- the former is greater ). This segues to who should and shouldn't get an entry. Many would agree that opals undermines the integrity of the origin history and is too far. Eddy Curry, Alex Caruso, Tacko Fall, Jonathan Isaac, Nicolas Batum, Jaren Jackson Jr. etc aren't titles your mother recognises. She knows that who LeBron, Kobe, MJ and Shaq are. I'm not advocating that only the biggest stars get opals (really those 4 I termed did, and should, get GOATs) but we need a cozy medium in which the casual enthusiast can recognise and agree that Gary Payton, Grant Hill and Cheap NBA 2K MT Tracy McGrady deserve opals since they were multiple-selection All-Stars and are still recent enough that folks understand who they are. And guys like Jack Sikma Walt Frazier, Dennis Johnson and Mel Daniels also deserve opals.