2K Sports did everything you could ask for and more to totally reshape the My Player mode from past years.
While I don't want to spoil the fun for those who haven't gotten the game yet, this year's My Player mode features an annual salary with which you must buy skill sets, layup/dunk packages and more; it also features more in depth drills including Around the World, Fast Break, Full Court Press and the popular childhood game, Knockout (just to name a few).
There's also the option to skip to your next key game rather than play all 82 games.
Additionally, 2K added extra endorsements (JACKPOT!) to the season, and they completely removed the Ball Handling attribute. Instead they replaced it, along with a few other skill sets, with the abilities tab, where you must pay an egregious amount of hard earned skill points to upgrade certain aspects of your game.
And arguably the best thing they added to My Player mode (wait, should I ruin it?) is the all-new Create-a-Jumpshot tab. With a myriad of different release points and base jumps, the possibilities are endless. You can also choose to defer to another player's jump shot form, but until you stack up enough money to buy it, you're out of luck.
I could go on and on forever about the different upgrades they made to the My Player mode, but how about you just run to your local GameStop and grab a copy for yourself?