Tuesday, October 26 2021

The Boston Celtics and 29 other teams around the NBA now know their overall ratings for NBA 2K22, the ever-popular NBA basketball video game franchise’s latest iteration.

While there are no current Celtics on the roster with a legitimate claim to superstardom in the NBA 2K world, it seems that several Boston players have improved, and one is on the cusp of reaching that lofty range north of a 90 rating. And while you can likely guess who that player may be (as well as who is just a few numbers behind), we would be remiss if we did not cover the gamut of the Celtics’ roster from franchise cornerstones to two way players.

Starting from the most humble to the brightest stars on the roster, let’s dive into this year’s 2K ratings for Boston (and if you are reading this, 2K developers, let’s be sure to get Yam Madar in the mix as well).

Juhann Begarin – stashed point and shooting guard

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Overall: TBD (will be added to 2K22) 3-point: TBD (will be added to 2K22) Dunk: TBD (will be added to 2K22)

Sam Hauser – swingman

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Overall: TBD (will be added to 2K22) 3-point: TBD (will be added to 2K22) Dunk: TBD (will be added to 2K22)

Grant Williams – stretch four

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Overall: 70 3-point: 81 Dunk: 60

Romeo Langford – mid-range slasher

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Overall: 70 3-point: 65 Dunk: 65

Bruno Fernando – finisher

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Overall: 72 3-point: 42 Dunk: 78

Aaron Nesmith – 3-point specialist

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Overall: 72 3-point: 81 Dunk: 55

Luke Kornet – rim protector

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Overall: 73 3-point: 70 Dunk: 60

Payton Pritchard – 3-point specialist

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Overall: 75 3-point: 84 Dunk: 35

Jabari Parker – slashing four

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Overall: 75 3-point: 68 Dunk: 85

Juan Hernangomez – 3-point shooter

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Overall: 76 3-point: 77 Dunk: 70

Josh Richardson – 2-way midrange shooter

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Overall: 77 3-point: 77 Dunk: 78

Dennis Schroder – mid-range playmaker

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Overall: 78 3-point: 78 Dunk: 45

Marcus Smart – perimeter lockdown

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Overall: 79 3-point: 76 Dunk: 50

Enes Kanter – glass-cleaning finisher

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Overall: 81 3-point: 55 Dunk: 60

Robert Williams III – glass cleaner

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Overall: 81 3-point: 25 Dunk: 75

Al Horford – 2-way 3-level playmaker

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Overall: 81 3-point: 80 Dunk: 65

Jaylen Brown – 2-way scoring machine

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Overall: 87 3-point: 83 Dunk: 89

Jayson Tatum – scoring machine

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Overall: 90 3-point: 85 Dunk: 88

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Source: Yahoo Sports

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