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2K Sports will continue to release NBA 2K14 player ratings until the game is shipped. We will update this post as they are revealed.
  • Russell Westbrook (91)
  • Anthony Bennett (76)
  • Pau Gasol (81)
  • Evan Turner (76)
  • Jared Dudley (73)
  • Chris Johnson (66)
  • Ben McLemore (72)
  • Carmelo Anthony (92)
  • Monta Ellis (82)
  • Nerlens Noel (72)
  • Peyton Siva (67)
  • John Wall (85)
  • Kevin Durant (94)
  • LeBron James (99)
  • Roy Hibbert (81)
  • Victor Oladipo (76)
  • Paul George (88)
  • Cody Zeller (68)
  • Brook Lopez (81)
  • Derrick Rose (92)
  • Jamal Crawford (80)
  • Otto Porter (74)
  • Steph Curry (88)
  • Trey Burke (73)
  • Mario Chalmers (76)
  • C.J. McCollum (73)
  • James Harden (89)
  • Harrison Barnes (76)
  • Mason Plumlee (61)
  • Rajon Rondo (90)
  • Klay Thompson (76)
  • Steven Adams (58)
  • Steve Nash (81)
  • Marc Gasol (83)
  • Giannis Adetokunbo (60)
  • Shane Larkin (71)
  • Kobe Bryant (93)
  • Glen Davis (75)
  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (71)
  • Chris Paul (94)
  • Anthony Davis (80)
  • Dion Waiters (77)
  • Blake Griffin (85)
  • Ray Allen (80)
  • Eric Bledsoe (82)
  • Dwyane Wade (92)
  • Brandon Jennings (83)
  • Iman Shumpert (82)
  • Tony Parker (87)
  • Mike Kidd-Gilchrist (78)
  • Metta World Peace (74)
  • Rudy Gay (86)
  • Jeremy Lin (76)
  • Dirk Nowitzki (84)
Player ratings will fluctuate based off of performance via Dynamic Living Rosters. They will be completely dependent on real-life performances.

Dynamic Living Rosters will affect individual ratings (shot attributes, block, steal, rebound, etc.) daily based on performance.

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Member Comments
# 1 ClevelandFan @ 09/11/13 01:35 PM
My prayers have been answered!!
 
# 2 LoSoisNiCEx414 @ 09/11/13 01:50 PM
If anybody asked for lebrons rating... Smh like u didnt already know he was a 99
 
# 3 stillfeelme @ 09/11/13 01:52 PM
Oladipo getting some love I see. He will be a good rookie to use. Hibbert probably didn't get a post season increase, but he should be much better now that he can block more shots and dunks. LeBron was expected they could have saved him for last.
 
# 4 mvb34 @ 09/11/13 02:50 PM
Roy Hibbert a 81 Really???
 
# 5 Norris_Cole @ 09/11/13 02:56 PM
Glad to see Big Roy getting the love he deserves, he is going to be a BEAST this season, Looks like he needs a new player model and his weight updated btw

 
# 6 grodbetatted @ 09/11/13 04:45 PM
people are going to seriously be cheesing with lebron the whole time
 
# 7 eaterofworlds888 @ 09/11/13 04:48 PM
These ratings look pretty good to me. I'd kinda like LeBron at 98 but that's only because it gets on my nerves that someone is 99. lol. Makes it seem like they should be flawless and while LeBron is the best in the NBA he isn't flawless. Even Jordan wasn't flawless.
 
# 8 and1product @ 09/11/13 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by grodbetatted
people are going to seriously be cheesing with lebron the whole time
But in real life Lebron is cheese. You can't really guard that guy.
 
# 9 Phreezy P @ 09/11/13 05:02 PM
Those seem fair. Roy Hibbert's rating will probably skyrocket this year though IMO.
 
# 10 WISports @ 09/11/13 05:08 PM
To be fair, if Chris friggin' Kaman is a 75, then Hibbert should be higher than an 81.
 
# 11 JerzeyReign @ 09/11/13 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by WISports
To be fair, if Chris friggin' Kaman is a 75, then Hibbert should be higher than an 81.
Is this due to people wanting to overrate him due to him picking on a weak Miami frontcourt? Until he proves that series was more than just a matchup issue he's fine where he's at.
 
# 12 ksuttonjr76 @ 09/11/13 06:00 PM
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Originally Posted by JerzeyReign
Is this due to people wanting to overrate him due to him picking on a weak Miami frontcourt? Until he proves that series was more than just a matchup issue he's fine where he's at.
Everyone always have an excuse for why Hibbert should be lower. He was playing good in the second half of the season, and raised his game to another level in the playoffs. Everyone keeps forgetting that Indiana is NOT an high offensive team.

What's your excuse for Atlanta and New York?
 
# 13 GudStuffzz @ 09/11/13 06:05 PM
Wow Nash is still an 80? He should be mid 70s already
 
# 14 strobox88 @ 09/11/13 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by GudStuffzz
Wow Nash is still an 80? He should be mid 70s already
Steve is still deserving of an 80. After all it's only 1 point away from being in the 70s if you think about it lol
 
# 15 FloorGeneral @ 09/11/13 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted by strobox88
Steve is still deserving of an 80. After all it's only 1 point away from being in the 70s if you think about it lol
Based on what? He was dog-sh*t last year. If Nash is an 80, then damn near every single starter and almost all 6th men in the league should be rated at minimum an 80.
 
# 16 stillfeelme @ 09/11/13 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by FloorGeneral
Based on what? He was dog-sh*t last year. If Nash is an 80, then damn near every single starter and almost all 6th men in the league should be rated at minimum an 80.
Why would you say Nash was trash last year. He was just injured and he never was good defensively. He probably deserves one of the lower on ball defense ratings in the league at his position. The only thing that dropped was assists because the ball was out of his hands due to it being in Kobe's hand.

12 PPG which was the same as he averaged in Phoenix
92% FT
50% FG%
43% 3FG
50% 10-15 ft
50% 16-23 ft
 
# 17 stillfeelme @ 09/11/13 08:55 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by ksuttonjr76
Everyone always have an excuse for why Hibbert should be lower. He was playing good in the second half of the season, and raised his game to another level in the playoffs. Everyone keeps forgetting that Indiana is NOT an high offensive team.

What's your excuse for Atlanta and New York?
Edit
Hibbert had a great half stretch towards the end of the season and a real good playoff run but he was not good offensively much of the season besides that. That is the good thing about Indy they didn't need him to dominate offensively to win. Defensively now he was good all year. If you rate him by the whole season you say he is a good defending big man with probably below average FG%. I think he needs to lower the amount of those jumpers he takes
 
# 18 bottledwaterfan25 @ 09/11/13 09:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Norris_Cole
Glad to see Big Roy getting the love he deserves, he is going to be a BEAST this season, Looks like he needs a new player model and his weight updated btw


Good God Almighty Hibbert absolutely DWARFS Tim Duncan and Splitter in that pic!
 
# 19 J_Posse @ 09/11/13 09:54 PM
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Originally Posted by bottledwaterfan25
Good God Almighty Hibbert absolutely DWARFS Tim Duncan and Splitter in that pic!
Yeah, we were discussing that photo in the NBA forums a while ago. He's gotta be pusing 300+ pounds, but I'm not sure that's good for his cardio and knees. He should domnate the interior on most nights, except against Houston, Cleveland and possibly Miami.

Victor Olidapo's rating seems too high for a kid with limited offensive ability. He shouldn't be pushing close to an all-star caliber overall (80+) coming out of a weak draft and he isn't the #1 overall pick.
 
# 20 Steve_OS @ 09/11/13 11:06 PM


2K Sports has released NBA 2K14 player ratings for the following players. More will be released daily.
  • Paul George (88)
  • Cody Zeller (68)
  • Brook Lopez (81)
Other player ratings already released.
  • LeBron James (99)
  • Roy Hibbert (81)
  • Victor Oladipo (76)
Previously revealed, but not official.
  • Kobe Bryant (93)
  • Pau Gasol (80)
  • Steve Nash (80)
  • Chris Kaman (75)
  • Nick Young (72)
 

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