03:48 PM - November 5, 2014 by MMChrisS
If you aren't careful, Anthony Davis can become a player with just about any team if the NBA 2K15 opposing GM AI has anything to say about it.
While the trade logic doesn't seem nearly as over-the-top bad as it was last year, there are still several superstar for superstar trades which don't make much sense in the real world. On that same token, some of the trades I have been offered as the GM of OKC have been downright silly.
In year one, I was offered James Harden and Dwight Howard for Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka.
While yes, that trade is far from a bad trade for anyone, you just normally don't see the faces of franchises being swapped like that -- especially not on a regular basis. Another potential area of concern is that I'm not sure how many teams have their original draft picks anymore, with a few teams having three and even four picks (the Celtics) in my second draft and a couple (Phoenix and the Lakers) having exactly 0 draft picks -- despite the fact both teams were atrocious in year two.
So what are you seeing? Is my case of excessive trading an anomaly or are the opposing GMs still a bit too quick to pull the trigger on trades in MyGM?