Checkerboards are one of the more versatile elements of NBA 3D, allowing players to take advantage of the camera to capture every angle of a play or highlight.
They can be used in multiple ways, with many NBA players utilizing them to create different shots or highlights.
The easiest way to take a look at the many different checkerboards you can create with the NBA 3DS is by following these steps.
Step 1: Start the gameStep 2: Set your play optionsIn NBA 3, you’ll be presented with a series of icons, with the topmost icon representing your default play options.
From there, you can set your options, and the options you set are saved to your settings menu.
This menu can also be accessed by pressing A. The options menu is divided into three sections: the main menu, the sub menu, and an advanced menu.
You can change the default options from this menu by pressing the triangle icon on the top left corner of the menu bar.
For example, if you set your play option to start at 0:00, then the player you see above will start at 1:00.
In this example, you set the play option for your team to start in time with the game’s start time.
In the main menus, you’re presented with several options, such as the starting lineup, the game mode, and more.
The starting lineup is the starting unit, and this is where you’ll find the default lineup, which is what’s displayed on the left.
The main menu shows the team’s lineup, and in this example the player below is the starter, with no other options on the bottom left.
If you set this player to play at 0 minutes per game, the team will start with the same starting lineup as the opponent.
The sub menu lets you switch between two different starting lineups.
The Advanced Menu lets you change the starting lineup between the two options you’ve selected.
In NBA 2K17, the Advanced Menu has three sub menus: the Player Overview, the Player Settings, and Advanced Settings.
In each of these menus, the player’s name, number, and jersey number are displayed.
In the Player Previews section, you get the player name, the jersey number, their number, as well as the team name, game mode and other options.
The sub menu for the Player Options is a little more complex.
Here you’ll get the number of players on your team, and you’ll also get the team leader and the current score.
This section also allows you to change the team colors, and it’s best to set your team’s colors first.
For this example we’ll use the default colors of orange and blue.
For other color combinations, see the color selection options for the player.
The advanced menu has three sections.
The first section, the Team Settings, shows the current team settings.
Here, you have the same options you’d find in the main Menu, including the player color, team name and more, along with a couple of additional options, including your team color and the scoring of the current game.
The second section, Advanced Settings, is where the magic happens.
In Advanced Settings you’ll have a number of advanced options.
You’ll find your team score, the current opponent’s scoring, your opponent’s time of possession, and a couple more.
In addition to these advanced options, you also get your opponent score, your current time of play, and some advanced options for shooting.
The last section, Player Preview, is what makes this menu so fun.
This is where all of the magic begins.
In Player Preview you’ll see the current player, the score of the previous game, and where the next game will take place.
There are some advanced stats to consider when setting up this player.
These stats include how well a player is playing, how well he’s shooting, and whether or not he’s been fouled.
The next option, Score and Player Preview both provide a number that represents the player score.
You might notice that we’ve also highlighted the opponent score here, which we’ll cover later.
Here are the three sections of the advanced menu, each with its own settings.
For more detailed explanations on each section, check out the advanced settings section in the Player Selector.
Step 3: Set the team colorStep 4: Select the starting teamThe main menu is where we start, and when you hit enter, you see your options.
The team options are: starting lineup , lineup mode , and the advanced options menu.
The lineup mode has options for your starting lineup: full, half, or quaterback.
The advanced options will have more advanced options such as player tracking, advanced options options, or even advanced options and stats.
For our example, let’s say we’re going to set our team to play the San Antonio Spurs.
We’d like to set the starting order to full, with two starting