Friday, May 20 2022

The latest installment of the NBA 2K franchise is now available in NBA 2K22, and with it, the annual tradition of looking at updated player ratings.

For the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James and Marc Gasol were two players who had their ratings revealed before the initial release date.

James’ rating is tied for the top spot in the league along with players like Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks.

Gasol is one of the highest-rated players from Spain along with players like Ricky Rubio of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Juancho Hernangomez of the Boston Celtics.

So how did the rest of the roster fare? Let’s take a look:

LeBron James: 96

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The 36-year-old veteran boasts the highest ranking in the game. He was a 98 overall in 2K21.

Anthony Davis: 93

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Anthony Davis starts off at 93 overall. Davis started off 2K21 at 96 overall, though injuries derailed half of his 2021-22 campaign.

Russell Westbrook: 86

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The newest star in L.A. is rated 86 overall. He was 88 overall with the Washington Wizards in 2K21.

Carmelo Anthony: 78

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Carmelo Anthony starts off with the players rated 78 overall, the highest not including the star trio.

Dwight Howard: 78

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The 35-year-old center is one of three Lakers to have a 78 overall.

Kendrick Nunn: 78

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Kendrick Nunn, L.A.’s biggest signing in free agency (excluding re-signing Talen Horton-Tucker), is a 78 overall. He was a 76 in 2K21 with the Miami Heat.

Malik Monk: 76

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Malik Monk, L.A.’s youngest new signing, starts at 76 overall. He was a 75 with the Charlotte Hornets last year.

Rajon Rondo: 76

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The veteran facilitator comes in at 76 overall.

DeAndre Jordan: 76

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L.A.’s most recent signing is a 76 overall to begin the season.

Talen Horton-Tucker: 76

(AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

The 20-year-old combo guard, who re-signed on a hefty deal, is also beginning the year with a 76 overall.

Marc Gasol: 75

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The Spaniard stays at 75 for the second season in a row.

Wayne Ellington: 75

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The newest sharpshooter for L.A. is coming in at 75 overall.

Trevor Ariza: 74

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The 36-year-old forward stays at 74 for another season; he was a 74 overall to start in 2K21 with the Sacramento Kings.

Kent Bazemore: 74

(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

The new two-way wing rounds out the current ratings on the roster with a 74 overall.



Source: Yahoo Sports


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