Da Ill One said:
I go to the post just fine on broadcast...and so far all i've seen you 2K cam users say is it's harder on Broadcast...well step your fu*king game up then...and play the harder version of the game...
but for real I can everything just fine on broadcast...been watching NBA games for years to follow and see it all just fine...
its not harder on broadcast dude, thas like saying hang a shirt in from the TV and play that's how you get better cuz you cant see sh*t. And about the post game the opposite side of the court it is impossible to run a strong side post becuz it is damn near impossible to judge the angle of the help, once your double teamed even though its a great position you cant see the lanes.
think about it like this: in real life mode from the freethrow line extended to the baseline that is around 1/2 of the halfcourt for the post game. In broadcast mode on the opposite side of the court the low, mid and high posts are basically where the 1st - 5th rows of crowd is on 2k cam. On the 2k cam those same sides of the court for the post play take up about 25% of the TV screen. That is a big difference when working the ball said to side and trying to get high percentage shots. If you dont play ball competitively or you just play 2k to dribble and dunk you wouldn't even comprehend how much of a hinderence broadcast is.