You're saying a bunch of nothing with the overall stuff. I'm just using 70 as an example. Its near what a top 10 pick should be as a rookie and clearly limits how much you should produce regardless of how the attributes are distributed.
What would happen if a role player tried to be as aggressive as a MyPlayer is? He'd have one good game and ten terrible ones. The MyPlayer would have to settle down and play a role. Then as you improve, you could take on a larger role. That's possible with good AI.
If a role player tried to be aggressive like a MyPlayer he would get benched. That doesn't happen in 2K. He can shoot and shoot and play out of character for your role assigned to you. Whatever rating you are, the attributes within are what fuel the production. It is a video game, you can't compare it to real life, not sure why you keep trying to do so.
If your "MyPlayer" is attempting 15 shots per game, guess what, he is NOT a role player.
As I said before, athletic and shot ratings are the dominant ratings in a basketball video game. There is no IQ rating for user controlled players, which is something that also separates role players from Elite players in real life.
I can take JR Smith and play a highly intelligent game, guess what the REAL JR Smith can't do? Play a highly intelligent game. Another reason why I say, you can't compare a video game to real life.
^do you play my player mode?