01:47 PM - November 20, 2015 by MMChrisS
Hey guys, itís Robby from Two Brothers Gaming again here with some more NBA 2K16 My Team Throwback Thursday card reviews! Every week in NBA 2K16ís My Team mode, there are Throwback Thursday cards released with specific playersí highlight seasons. Each week here on Operation Sports, Iíll be highlighting these players and showing you stats, badges, individual attributes, and everything related to each player. If you pull one of these cards, youíll know what to do with them! Donít forget to watch the accompanying video review as well.
Letís get into it:
2010 Chris Kaman, Los Angeles Clippers (83 overall)
Kaman was one of my favorite players to fly under the radar with last season as a Budget Baller, and itís an opportunity you can take, too. He isnít flashy, he isnít athletic, but he does two things very wellódefend, and rebound the basketball. This card is representative of his All-Star campaign in 2009-10, which was also one of his only fully healthy years in the league. Kaman averaged 18 points, 9 rebounds, and a block per game for the year. His post game is polished and he will alter a lot of shots he doesnít blockójust donít think youíll be able to run the fast break with him doing anything but making the outlet pass. Kaman has his place in lineups if played the right way.
2011 Michael Beasley, Minnesota Timberwolves (78 overall)
Beasleyís best year as a pro came in 2010-11, when he averaged 19 points per game and flashed his all-around talent on a consistent basis for the first time in his career. Beasley shot 45% from the field and 36% from three point range while grabbing almost 6 rebounds per game. Heíll be a nice choice for the early seeds of Road to the Playoffs as a jack-of-all-trades, but after that, wonít have much use in game.
2010 Kyle Korver, Utah Jazz (74 overall)
There is one reason and one reason only to have this cardóKorver shot a ridiculous 53.6% from three point land to lead the league, and the individual rating reflects that. Itís really that simple. Korver didnít start this year, but as a specialist, he shines. Get him on the cheap because people overlook him, and knock down some treys!
2010 Dahntay Jones, Indiana Pacers
Iíll be brief with this one. I donít really know why Jones is here or that heíll be used. He averaged 10 points per game off the bench for the Pacers and was a solid defender, but didnít really give me much else to write about here. I donít think many people will use him, nor will they be excited about pulling him in packs.
Thatís it for this week. If youíd like to see the players in-game, be on the lookout for more videos, and if you have any questions I can be reached on Twitter @twobrosgaming.