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EA Sports has released the team ratings for NBA Live 15. With less than two weeks until the official release, we have only seen brief 15-second gameplay clips and an offensive improvements trailer.

Just in case you missed it, the demo arrives for PlayStation 4 on release date, October 28th. EA Access subscribers on the Xbox One will get to play a full trial version of the game on Thursday, October 23rd, which will be limited to 6 hours of gameplay.

Western Conference
15. Utah Jazz
14. Minnesota Timberwolves
13. Denver Nuggets
12. Sacramento Kings
11. Los Angeles Lakers
10. New Orleans Pelicans
9. Phoenix Suns
8. Houston Rockets
7. Memphis Grizzlies
6. Dallas Mavericks
5. Portland Trail Blazers
4. Golden State Warriors
3. Oklahoma City Thunder
2. Los Angeles Clippers
1. San Antonio Spurs

Eastern Conference

15. Philadelpha 76ers
14. Orlando Magic
13. Boston Celtics
12. Milwaukee Bucks
11. Indiana Pacers
10. Detroit Pistons
9. Brooklyn Nets
8. New York Knicks
7. Miami Heat
6. Toronto Rapters
5. Charlotte Hornets
4. Atlanta Hawks
3. Washington Wizards
2. Chicago Bulls
1. Cleveland Cavaliers

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# 1 bigeastbumrush @ 10/16/14 05:25 PM
Atlanta...4th?

Am I missing something?
 
# 2 Saro1 @ 10/16/14 06:31 PM
Nuggets under the Lakers?? What??
 
# 3 Basketball Nate @ 10/16/14 07:31 PM
I definitely don't understand why they think so highly of the Atlanta Hawks.
 
# 4 DC1980 @ 10/16/14 07:32 PM
Lakers ahead of the Kings? Blasphemy

PS4 demo the same day the game is released? C'mon EA
 
# 5 _Fernando @ 10/16/14 07:40 PM
The Hawks were third in the East before Horford went down.

They were able to push the #1 seed to game 7.

There's something there but, I could see everyone's point. They didn't have a splashy offseason.

Curious to see other peoples point of views and the reasons for them.
 
# 6 Rockie_Fresh88 @ 10/16/14 07:47 PM
I think 4th is high but they were missing their best player
 
# 7 ya boy hollywud @ 10/16/14 07:59 PM
For me, the Hawks are definitely not better than the Charlotte Hornets. We already know what we're getting from Al Jefferson. Kemba Walker had a solid season last year and he's looking to take the next step. Lance Stephenson was a fantastic addition and fills a huge hole at the SG position. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist has been working on his game intensely during the off-season. He has completely re-tooled his shooting motion, so his scoring ability and efficiency should improve and that is added to an already awesome defensive player.

The top four teams in no order should be: Cavaliers, Bulls, Hornets and Wizards. The Hawks are a really well coached team and they have some nice players, but their postseason success is a bit exaggerated. The Indiana Pacers stumbled into the postseason, they were the #1 seed by virtue of having an amazing first half of the season. They were pretty mediocre during the 2nd half of the regular season and continued that into the playoffs. The Pacers also struggled vs the Washington Wizards before eventually going down to the Miami Heat.
 
# 8 ProfessaPackMan @ 10/16/14 08:12 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by NBALIVE_Fernando
The Hawks were third in the East before Horford went down.



They were able to push the #1 seed to game 7.



There's something there but, I could see everyone's point. They didn't have a splashy offseason.



Curious to see other peoples point of views and the reasons for them.
Nets are 9th and the Knicks are 8th even though the Nets had one of the best records in the league from Jan 1st thru the end of the season all while missing their best player for most of the year?

Hornets are that much better than the Nets as well? Not mad or upset because I know ultimately team ratings won't factor much(it'll be on the user basically)but just curious how they came to this conclusion. I'm guessing potential played a significant factor in these ratings as well, which is fair.
 
# 9 Playmakers @ 10/16/14 08:41 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by ya boy hollywud
For me, the Hawks are definitely not better than the Charlotte Hornets. We already know what we're getting from Al Jefferson. Kemba Walker had a solid season last year and he's looking to take the next step. Lance Stephenson was a fantastic addition and fills a huge hole at the SG position. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist has been working on his game intensely during the off-season. He has completely re-tooled his shooting motion, so his scoring ability and efficiency should improve and that is added to an already awesome defensive player.

The top four teams in no order should be: Cavaliers, Bulls, Hornets and Wizards. The Hawks are a really well coached team and they have some nice players, but their postseason success is a bit exaggerated. The Indiana Pacers stumbled into the postseason, they were the #1 seed by virtue of having an amazing first half of the season. They were pretty mediocre during the 2nd half of the regular season and continued that into the playoffs. The Pacers also struggled vs the Washington Wizards before eventually going down to the Miami Heat.
The Eastern Conference is unpredictable because really several of those teams were crappy before last year and it's not a forgone conclusion they won't revert back to their old ways.....

For all we know Philly and Boston could sneak into the Eastern Conference playoffs if they get to 38 wins.....That's how bad things have been in that conference for the past few years.

Heck you could make a argument that Miami even without LeBron is still on par with a team like Charlotte or Atlanta.

If I was betting man the only two teams that I would consider a sure fire playoff lock is Cleveland and Chicago.....

Everyone else you could just roll the dice and hope they stay consistent for more than 1 year (Washington, Charlotte and Brooklyn).
 
# 10 ProfessaPackMan @ 10/16/14 09:35 PM
Brooklyn's been in the playoffs the 2 years and the only teams that have been there more are the Bulls and Heat(Pacers as well but was speaking moreso on the Top 8.

Id say they've been consistent enough all things considered.
 
# 11 bigeastbumrush @ 10/16/14 09:53 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by NBALIVE_Fernando
The Hawks were third in the East before Horford went down.

They were able to push the #1 seed to game 7.

There's something there but, I could see everyone's point. They didn't have a splashy offseason.

Curious to see other peoples point of views and the reasons for them.
Hibbert averaged 5 PPG and 4 RPG in that series. Hawks were basically playing 5 men vs. 4.

It is what it is though.
 
# 12 ZoneSix @ 10/16/14 11:24 PM
denver and sac under the lakers?
 
# 13 ERA @ 10/17/14 12:13 AM
Celtics should be 8-9th. They very well may slip into the 8th seed this year.

And LOL @ Nuggets being 13th..

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