Positions in Basketball GM are determined by player ratings. There's some complicated formula that takes player ratings as input and spits out a position. However it sometimes behaves a little strangely, and this is something people have complained about in the past, that sometimes you see drastic jumps in player positions like a PG becoming a C.
A basketball team can have a lot of players, but only five can play in a game at any one time. Players in a basketball game have assigned basketball positions: center, power forward, small forward, point guard, and shooting guard. The center is the tallest player on each team, playing near the basket. On offense, the center tries to score on ...
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Meaning of Positions Hi, pretty new to basketball and I know the usual positions (C, PF, SF, SG and PG). Just started a league and most of my players are GF or FC.
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It's possible my algorithm for labeling positions is not perfect, but it's pretty good. It used to be a lot worse! I think GF is a reasonable label for a talented wing, though. For #2, the broader problem is there is no such thing as player preferences in Basketball GM at all. Position preference is only a small part of that.