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Another NBA 2K16 roster update has arrived today, we've listed some of the changes below.

GOING UP
  • Kevin Durant +1 (93)
  • John Wall +1 (90)
  • Draymond Green +2 (89)
  • Chris Paul +1 (89)
  • Andre Drummond +1 (88)
  • DeMarcus Cousins +1 (88)
  • Jimmy Butler +2 (88)
  • Carmelo Anthony +1 (87)
  • Dwyane Wade +1 (86)
  • DeMar DeRozan +1 (86)
  • Pau Gasol +1 (86)
  • Chris Bosh +1 (85)
  • Nikola Vucevic +1 (84)
  • Reggie Jackson +1 (84)
  • Karl-Anthony Towns +1 (83)
  • Kemba Walker +2 (83)
  • Gordon Hayward +1 (82)
  • Avery Bradley +1 (81)
  • Manu Ginobili +1 (81)
  • J.J. Redick +1 (80)
  • Kobe Bryant +1 (78)
GOING DOWN
  • Tim Duncan -2 (83)
  • C.J. McCollum -1 (82)
  • Marc Gasol -2 (82)
  • Rudy Gay -1 (81)
  • Andrew Wiggins -1 (80)
Each roster update contains accessory and team color changes.

To see a more detailed breakdown of the roster update, which includes individual attribute updates, head on over to 2KMTC.

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# 1 Mintsa @ 01/08/16 08:30 AM
Demarre Carroll in.........Demarre Carroll out.......LOL.
 
# 2 SpeedyClaxton @ 01/08/16 08:32 AM
woow bunch of 80+ players, i sometimes think 70 % of league is 80+ lol
 
# 3 Hornetz @ 01/08/16 08:42 AM
These ratings almost gave me a heart attack. It wouldn't matter if I didn't even play online, but I do. Now the classic teams must be brought out to due to worries of inaccuracies (in my own irrelevant opinion of course.)

Draymond Green gets two back to back triple doubles and thats +4 in two days? I get he's having an amazing season but an 89 overall does NOT reflect a season averaging 14p, 9r, 7a. Now this guy is with superstar PFs in the league such as: Anthony Davis, Lamarcus Aldridge, and even Blake Griffin! Up his rebounding, up his passing vision + IQ and thats it Mr. Roster Editors.

CJ McCollum: Where to start? This guy is in his third season averaging 21 points thus far. Up from 6p/gm last season and 5/gm his rookie season he is playing amazing when the Trailblazers have only D. Lillard who's averaging 24 points but he takes a hit! Never in my life have I cared about the trailblazers but why why why? I don't know why I need legit, accurate answers.
 
# 4 SpeedyClaxton @ 01/08/16 08:46 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hornetz
These ratings almost gave me a heart attack. It wouldn't matter if I didn't even play online, but I do. Now the classic teams must be brought out to due to worries of inaccuracies (in my own irrelevant opinion of course.)

Draymond Green gets two back to back triple doubles and thats +4 in two days? I get he's having an amazing season but an 89 overall does NOT reflect a season averaging 14p, 9r, 7a. Now this guy is with superstar PFs in the league such as: Anthony Davis, Lamarcus Aldridge, and even Blake Griffin! Up his rebounding, up his passing vision + IQ and thats it Mr. Roster Editors.

CJ McCollum: Where to start? This guy is in his second season averaging 21 points thus far, playing amazing when the Trailblazers have only D. Lillard who's averaging 24 points but he takes a hit! Never in my life have I cared about the trailblazers but why why why? I don't know why I need legit, accurate answers.
Karl Anthony Towns an 83 ? If i didn't watch real NBA and only look at ratings i swear to god i would thought that guy is second coming of Hakeem Olajuwon in his rookie season.
 
# 5 Kully @ 01/08/16 09:05 AM
Karl-Anthony Towns is playing really well for the Wolves. I'd say he is their best player right now. Last 10 games he has been averaging 17 and 10.

His 83 is justified IMO.
 
# 6 CookNBA03 @ 01/08/16 09:19 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hornetz
These ratings almost gave me a heart attack. It wouldn't matter if I didn't even play online, but I do. Now the classic teams must be brought out to due to worries of inaccuracies (in my own irrelevant opinion of course.)

Draymond Green gets two back to back triple doubles and thats +4 in two days? I get he's having an amazing season but an 89 overall does NOT reflect a season averaging 14p, 9r, 7a. Now this guy is with superstar PFs in the league such as: Anthony Davis, Lamarcus Aldridge, and even Blake Griffin! Up his rebounding, up his passing vision + IQ and thats it Mr. Roster Editors.

CJ McCollum: Where to start? This guy is in his second season averaging 21 points thus far, playing amazing when the Trailblazers have only D. Lillard who's averaging 24 points but he takes a hit! Never in my life have I cared about the trailblazers but why why why? I don't know why I need legit, accurate answers.
Draymond is fine if his stats can reflect what type of player he is. He shouldn't be a big scorer but he's a walking double double/triple double.This is CJ's third season, glad he's getting a chance now and he's been balling all year, Dame is putting up the points but he's not shooting well at all this season. Today, he's at 41%, 34% FG and 33% on threes in his last 5. As you go to larger sample sizes, it isn't much better.
 
# 7 The 24th Letter @ 01/08/16 09:19 AM
Lol, I had to reread the post a couple of times and make sure he wasn't an 89.....83 isn't much to fuss about...he's been playing well..
 
# 8 SpeedyClaxton @ 01/08/16 09:22 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kully
Karl-Anthony Towns is playing really well for the Wolves. I'd say he is their best player right now. Last 10 games he has been averaging 17 and 10.

His 83 is justified IMO.
I can't argue with you people who justify every move from 2K, but with that rating comes big time scoring, 20-30 points with KAT, 20 rebounds which isn't really like real NBA right ?
 
# 9 DBMcGee3 @ 01/08/16 09:27 AM
Man, Derrick Rose continues to drop despite playing his best ball of the year? Guy went 9-16 last night and dropped 2 points from yesterday?

He's looked his most explosive as well and suddenly has significant drops in ball control and lateral quickness, as well as HUGE drops in his dunk ratings (40 points in 1 day)??? I mean, had they done this weeks ago I would have gotten it, but it makes no sense that he'd still be dropping steadily considering how well he's played his last 5 or 6 games.
 
# 10 Hornetz @ 01/08/16 09:34 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by CookNBA03
Draymond is fine if his stats can reflect what type of player he is. He shouldn't be a big scorer but he's a walking double double/triple double.This is CJ's third season, glad he's getting a chance now and he's been balling all year, Dame is putting up the points but he's not shooting well at all this season. Today, he's at 41%, 34% FG and 33% on threes in his last 5. As you go to larger sample sizes, it isn't much better.
I agree on the aspect that a player's stats reflect the type of player but still adherently believe that an 89 overall is dare I say, overrated?

I will use another excellent passing big man as my example, Blake Griffin.
This season Blake Griffin is averaging 23p, 8.7r, and an even 5a/ game.
We take those numbers vs. Draymond Green who shoots 46% while Blake Griffin is at 50%. Now using your argument of (a players stats reflect the player, I also maintain my argument that a players STATISTICS reflect his OVERALL in this game.

That all being said Draymond Green is an 89 and Blake Griffin is an 89 also. If I'm Blake Griffin my statistics are justified, for Draymond Green 1 more rebound and nearly 10 less points/gm and I'm wondering where this comes from??? Now Damian Lillard who you pointed out, I was not making a case for, as he is not overrated is he?
 
# 11 CookNBA03 @ 01/08/16 09:37 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DBMcGee3
Man, Derrick Rose continues to drop despite playing his best ball of the year? Guy went 9-16 last night and dropped 2 points from yesterday?

He's looked his most explosive as well and suddenly has significant drops in ball control and lateral quickness, as well as HUGE drops in his dunk ratings (40 points in 1 day)??? I mean, had they done this weeks ago I would have gotten it, but it makes no sense that he'd still be dropping steadily considering how well he's played his last 5 or 6 games.
Last 5 games: 20/4/4 on 49% FG with 3 TO

Last 10 games: 17/4/3 on 45% FG with 3 TO

He's been a lot better lately, want to see if this trends upward for him though.
 
# 12 Kully @ 01/08/16 09:48 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpeedyClaxton
I can't argue with you people who justify every move from 2K, but with that rating comes big time scoring, 20-30 points with KAT, 20 rebounds which isn't really like real NBA right ?
He dropped 25 and 10 on Utah on the 30th, then 22 and 9 on Detroit the next night. So yes, he can get 20-30 points.

I don't know where you got this "20 rebounds" thing from, but he is a top 10 rebounding centre in the NBA right now and probably first or second in Rookie of the Year standings.
 
# 13 JazzMan @ 01/08/16 09:52 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hornetz
I agree on the aspect that a player's stats reflect the type of player but still adherently believe that an 89 overall is dare I say, overrated?

I will use another excellent passing big man as my example, Blake Griffin.
This season Blake Griffin is averaging 23p, 8.7r, and an even 5a/ game.
We take those numbers vs. Draymond Green who shoots 46% while Blake Griffin is at 50%. Now using your argument of (a players stats reflect the player, I also maintain my argument that a players STATISTICS reflect his OVERALL in this game.

That all being said Draymond Green is an 89 and Blake Griffin is an 89 also. If I'm Blake Griffin my statistics are justified, for Draymond Green 1 more rebound and nearly 10 less points/gm and I'm wondering where this comes from??? Now Damian Lillard who you pointed out, I was not making a case for, as he is not overrated is he?
You do know that Draymond is a Top 5 defender and the league and that could possibly sway his ratings upwards a bit?
 
# 14 Hornetz @ 01/08/16 09:55 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by JazzMan
You do know that Draymond is a Top 5 defender and the league and that could possibly sway his ratings upwards a bit?
You do know that Tony Allen (a 6'4 SG) is averaging 6p, 3r and is considered one of the top defenders in the NBA not only to me but Kobe Bryant called him "one of his toughest match-ups?" EVER. Defense isn't a parallel to being a 90 bud. Now, Tony Allen doesn't have near the stats but I bet if he had 10p, 5r and was an 85 you'd call him overrated correct?

Two days ago Draymond Green was an 85, two days later he's an 89. Not correct sir.
 
# 15 JazzMan @ 01/08/16 09:57 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hornetz
You do know that Tony Allen (a 6'4 SG) is averaging 6p, 3r and is considered one of the top defenders in the NBA not only to me but Kobe Bryant called him "one of his toughest match-ups?" Defense isn't a parallel to being a 90 bud. Now, Tony Allen doesn't have near the stats but I bet if he had 10p, 5r and was an 85 you'd call him overrated correct?

Two days Draymond Green was an 85, two days later he's an 89. Not correct sir.
Except you can't compare Allen's offensive game to Draymond's. Allen is a liability on offense. Teams literally ignore him when he's on the floor. Draymond is a legitimate weapon and a playmaker on offense while being elite defensively. He's well-rounded, Allen is not.

It's cool if you don't like Green, I don't either, but he's good.
 
# 16 SpeedyClaxton @ 01/08/16 09:59 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hornetz
You do know that Tony Allen (a 6'4 SG) is averaging 6p, 3r and is considered one of the top defenders in the NBA not only to me but Kobe Bryant called him "one of his toughest match-ups?" EVER. Defense isn't a parallel to being a 90 bud. Now, Tony Allen doesn't have near the stats but I bet if he had 10p, 5r and was an 85 you'd call him overrated correct?

Two days ago Draymond Green was an 85, two days later he's an 89. Not correct sir.
That statement is true and coming from Kobe is completely justified. Draymond is type of player who does little bit of everything but 89 is just beyond overrated.
 
# 17 ksuttonjr76 @ 01/08/16 10:00 AM
The Pacers decreases continue...I wish he would touch up the defensive ratings as much as he touches the offense ratings...

Solomon Hill still has a 39 dunk rating, SMH.
 
# 18 JazzMan @ 01/08/16 10:01 AM
Rudy Gobert played last night. He should be active now, but he isn't.
 
# 19 Yuss @ 01/08/16 10:02 AM
Draymond Green has better rebound, blocking, Assist numbers than Griffin.
Also has better defensive numbers that contributes to his Overall being the same as Griffin



EDIT: Yesterday Draymond was listed as an 87, now an 89 I see.
 
# 20 SpeedyClaxton @ 01/08/16 10:03 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by ksuttonjr76
The Pacers decreases continue...I wish he would touch up the defensive ratings as much as he touches the offense ratings...

Solomon Hill still has a 39 dunk rating, SMH.
lool, dude can't even dunk in game ^^
 

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