The auction house is the main component of NBA 2K20 MyTeam, and many users have reported problems that have been appearing for weeks. On Friday, Buy NBA 2K20 MT developer Robby Haught aka "Two Brothers Game" notified the community that the team was aware of the problem and was working hard to resolve it.
This issue is welcomed by members of the MyTeam community because it seems to be becoming more prevalent in major releases, such as the PRIME series of Galaxy Opal Lamar Odom cards launched on the market on Friday.
I often play MyTeam, and I only deal with the auction house once a week (this is part of my overall management of the highly addictive model). Maybe this is why I have never been bothered by this technical issue.
Essentially, what is reported is a random replacement of the cost of materials, which makes the valuable cards unsaleable, and even worse, the selling price is much lower than the current value.
As you might expect, many users are uncomfortable with this kind of failure, which makes the affected valuable NBA 2K20 MT pay a price. Currently, there is no timetable for repairs, and the news from Haught is unexpected. Haught is a developer, not someone who has traditionally communicated with users about such issues.
Usually, the community manager is the liaison between the development team, engineers and the gaming community. Unfortunately, 2K does not have a team dedicated to this important role. Many users may welcome someone designated as a user to play MyTeam, as are other modes in the large 2K world.