In NBA 2K23, there are significant expectations and obligations for the big guys underneath the rim. They have always been expected to set screens on offense, collect rebounds, and guard the paint on defense. This is still true today, although playmaking and three-point shooting have been added to the skill set. \n \nIn NBA 2K23, selecting a team becomes a challenging task because of this. Players require a team that can make this investment pay off because they have many responsibilities. The groups that merit this consideration are a chosen few. \n \nPlayers should ideally look for a squad where the center is under 80 while the rest of the team is above 80. Unfortunately, no section satisfies the requirements, and just three groups have a center position with an 80 or lower rating and just one other weak area. The Charlotte Hornets come first among these. \n \nAccording to ratings, they are overtaking Mason Plumlee to take over as the starting center is a simple matter because he is the poorest starting center in the game. P.J. Washington isn't particularly good at the power forward position, but it can be beneficial because players who enjoy spending money on the top defensive and rebounding badges will have the interior to themselves. \n \nThe Clippers, who have Ivica Zubac as their big man, are the third club with only one trouble spot outside the center. The team's other issue at point guard is John Wall, although at least he has some slashing and scoring skills. \n \nUse this team to its fullest potential by passing to the top forwards from inside, as two-time MVP Nikola Jokic did. In addition to grabbing their customary share of rebounds and blocks, the Clippers' centers may also tally up a lot of assists when they have the finest playmaking badges. \n \nDue to the Los Angeles Lakers' subpar guards, several players will avoid playing for them. The front duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis will play with centers once Thomas Bryant is replaced, though, as he is easy to replace and reasonably quick.