Right here, we got the lineup that I’ve been using for my past 10 games.
I lowered the overall to what I believe is the threshold of matchmaking. I lowered it down to 90-91. This allows you to match up with people who are most likely with gold lineups, similar lineups with rubies and sapphires. I haven’t lost a game with this method yet, I’ll keep everyone posted if I’m able to run the tables with this lineup.
Check out Ruby Corey Maggette. Can shoot, dunk, speed boost (with a coach) and he got 80 str, so you can post spin small guards if you put him SG. I’ve used Ruby/sapphire/emerald mashup team and he scored like 30 per game for me to 12-0 run.
So long as it’s working. Whenever I’m in the matchmaking screen, it usually take around 45 seconds to a minute, so it’s definitely looking for some sort of lineup in comparison. If it’s working, don’t change it.
Kudos to everyone getting to 12-0 with these lineups. But isn’t this just silly? If 2k is going to put in algorithms that force a rainbow lineup they really should be looking into multiple modes where there is an actual Anything Goes All PD lineups, with NO matchmaking. And a Budget Mode or Actual salary cap mode.