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NBA 2K18 Roster Update Details, Also Adds a Few Players to All-Time Teams (12-23)

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NBA 2K18 Roster Update Details, Also Adds a Few Players to All-Time Teams (12-23)

Mike Stauffer (@2KStauff) has sent us the NBA 2K18 roster update details for today.

In today’s update most of the players in the league saw an adjustment to their attributes.

Some historic players signed deals and have been added to the roster. Rashard Lewis has been added to the All-Time Magic and All-Time Thunder. Kevin Martin added to the All-Time Kings. Donyell Marshall to the 2007 Cavs.

Below is a list of players whose OVR changed as a result of the adjustments.

Atlanta Hawks

  • Dewayne Dedmon: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Kent Bazemore: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Ersan Ilyasova: 77 OVR (+3)
  • Marco Belinelli: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Taurean Prince: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Luke Babbitt: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Tyler Cavanaugh: 72 OVR (+7)
  • Isaiah Taylor: 71 OVR (-1)

Brooklyn Nets

  • DeMarre Carroll: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Tyler Zeller: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Caris LeVert: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Allen Crabbe: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Joe Harris: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Jarrett Allen: 71 OVR (-1)

Boston Celtics

  • Al Horford: 86 OVR (-1)
  • Jayson Tatum: 82 OVR (+1)
  • Aron Baynes: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Terry Rozier: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Shane Larkin: 70 OVR (-1)
  • Semi Ojeleye: 69 OVR (-1)

Charlotte Hornets

  • Kemba Walker: 86 OVR (-1)
  • Dwight Howard: 83 OVR (+3)
  • Nicolas Batum: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Marvin Williams: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Frank Kaminsky: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Malik Monk: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Michael Carter-Williams: 70 OVR (-1)
  • Treveon Graham: 70 OVR (+1)
  • Johnny O’Bryant: 69 OVR (+1)

Chicago Bulls

  • Nikola Mirotic: 80 OVR (+4)
  • Bobby Portis: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Robin Lopez: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Kris Dunn: 77 OVR (+2)
  • David Nwaba: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Jerian Grant: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Quincy Pondexter: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Paul Zipser: 70 OVR (-1)
  • Cristiano Felicio: 70 OVR (-1)

Cleveland Cavaliers

  • Dwyane Wade: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Jeff Green: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Jose Calderon: 74 OVR (+3)
  • Iman Shumpert: 72 OVR (-1)

Dallas Mavericks

  • Dirk Nowitzki: 79 OVR (+3)
  • J.J. Barea: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Dennis Smith Jr.: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Dwight Powell: 73 OVR (+1)
  • Yogi Ferrell: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Maxi Kleber: 73 OVR (+2)

Denver Nuggets

  • Gary Harris: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Jamal Murray: 79 OVR (+3)
  • Trey Lyles: 77 OVR (+3)
  • Mason Plumlee: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Emmanuel Mudiay: 74 OVR (-1)
  • Richard Jefferson: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Juan Hernangomez: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Malik Beasley: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Darrell Arthur: 71 OVR (-1)
  • Torrey Craig: 71 OVR (+4)

Detroit Pistons

  • Tobias Harris: 81 OVR (-1)
  • Reggie Jackson: 81 OVR (-1)
  • Anthony Tolliver: 74 OVR (+1)
  • Stanley Johnson: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Reggie Bullock: 73 OVR (+3)
  • Luke Kennard: 72 OVR (+1)
  • Eric Moreland: 72 OVR (+5)

Golden State Warriors

  • Draymond Green: 87 OVR (-1)
  • Zaza Pachulia: 77 OVR (+1)
  • David West: 76 OVR (+2)
  • Omri Casspi: 75 OVR (+1)
  • JaVale McGee: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Kevon Looney: 71 OVR (+1)

Houston Rockets

  • Clint Capela: 87 OVR (+2)
  • P.J. Tucker: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Tarik Black: 72 OVR (-1)

Indiana Pacers

  • Victor Oladipo: 88 OVR (+2)
  • Myles Turner: 81 OVR (-1)
  • Darren Collison: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Bojan Bogdanovic: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Lance Stephenson: 77 OVR (+1)

Los Angeles Clippers

  • DeAndre Jordan: 85 OVR (+1)
  • Danilo Gallinari: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Milos Teodosic: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Sindarius Thornwell: 72 OVR (+1)
  • Sam Dekker: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Jawun Evans: 70 OVR (+2)
  • Jamil Wilson: 69 OVR (+3)
  • C.J. Williams: 69 OVR (+4)

Los Angeles Lakers

  • Kyle Kuzma: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Julius Randle: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Jordan Clarkson: 78 OVR (-1)
  • Lonzo Ball: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Ivica Zubac: 73 OVR (-2)
  • Josh Hart: 70 OVR (+1)

Memphis Grizzlies

  • Marc Gasol: 85 OVR (-1)
  • Tyreke Evans: 84 OVR (+1)
  • Chandler Parsons: 78 OVR (+1)
  • JaMychal Green: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Andrew Harrison: 73 OVR (+4)
  • James Ennis: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Ben McLemore: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Deyonta Davis: 72 OVR (+1)
  • Dillon Brooks: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Jarell Martin: 70 OVR (-1)

Miami Heat

  • Goran Dragic: 82 OVR (-1)
  • Dion Waiters: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Justise Winslow: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Tyler Johnson: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Bam Adebayo: 74 OVR (+2)

Milwaukee Bucks

  • Khris Middleton: 84 OVR (+1)
  • Eric Bledsoe: 84 OVR (+2)
  • Malcolm Brogdon: 77 OVR (-1)
  • John Henson: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Sean Kilpatrick: 70 OVR (-1)

Minnesota Timberwolves

  • Jimmy Butler: 89 OVR (+1)
  • Karl-Anthony Towns: 88 OVR (-1)
  • Andrew Wiggins: 81 OVR (-2)
  • Gorgui Dieng: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Tyus Jones: 73 OVR (+1)

New Orleans Pelicans

  • DeMarcus Cousins: 90 OVR (-1)
  • Jrue Holiday: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Rajon Rondo: 77 OVR (+1)
  • E’Twaun Moore: 76 OVR (+2)
  • Darius Miller: 73 OVR (+1)
  • Jameer Nelson: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Ian Clark: 71 OVR (-1)

New York Knicks

  • Kristaps Porzingis: 89 OVR (-2)
  • Tim Hardaway Jr.: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Michael Beasley: 78 OVR (+5)
  • Courtney Lee: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Ron Baker: 73 OVR (+4)
  • Damyean Dotson: 68 OVR (-1)

Oklahoma City Thunder

  • Carmelo Anthony: 82 OVR (-1)
  • Terrance Ferguson: 69 OVR (-1)
  • Kyle Singler: 68 OVR (+1)

Orlando Magic

  • Aaron Gordon: 83 OVR (-1)
  • Nikola Vucevic: 83 OVR (+1)
  • Evan Fournier: 80 OVR (-1)
  • Jonathon Simmons: 76 OVR (-2)
  • D.J. Augustin: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Marreese Speights: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Mario Hezonja: 74 OVR (+1)
  • Arron Afflalo: 70 OVR (-3)

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Joel Embiid: 89 OVR (+1)
  • Ben Simmons: 83 OVR (-1)
  • Dario Saric: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Trevor Booker: 77 OVR (+2)
  • Amir Johnson: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot: 71 OVR (-1)
  • Jerryd Bayless: 71 OVR (-2)

Phoenix Suns

  • T.J. Warren: 80 OVR (-1)
  • Alex Len: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Greg Monroe: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Troy Daniels: 75 OVR (+3)
  • Marquese Chriss: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Dragan Bender: 72 OVR (-1)

Portland Trailblazers

  • Jusuf Nurkic: 78 OVR (-1)
  • Shabazz Napier: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Al-Farouq Aminu: 74 OVR (-1)
  • Pat Connaughton: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Noah Vonleh: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Meyers Leonard: 71 OVR (+1)

San Antonio Spurs

  • LaMarcus Aldridge: 88 OVR (-1)
  • Pau Gasol: 81 OVR (-1)
  • Tony Parker: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Patrick Mills: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Manu Ginobili: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Dejounte Murray: 74 OVR (-1)
  • Joffrey Lauvergne: 74 OVR (+1)
  • Davis Bertans: 74 OVR (+2)
  • Bryn Forbes: 73 OVR (+1)
  • Brandon Paul: 69 OVR (-1)

Sacramento Kings

  • Zach Randolph: 81 OVR (+2)
  • Buddy Hield: 79 OVR (+1)
  • George Hill: 77 OVR (+2)
  • Bogdan Bogdanovic: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Skal Labissiere: 74 OVR (-1)
  • Kosta Koufos: 74 OVR (+1)
  • Garrett Temple: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Vince Carter: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Frank Mason: 71 OVR (+2)
  • Justin Jackson: 70 OVR (-2)

Toronto Raptors

  • Kyle Lowry: 86 OVR (+1)
  • Jonas Valanciunas: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Serge Ibaka: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Pascal Siakam: 74 OVR (-1)

Utah Jazz

  • Donovan Mitchell: 82 OVR (+2)
  • Derrick Favors: 81 OVR (+1)
  • Rodney Hood: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Joe Ingles: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Alec Burks: 77 OVR (+2)
  • Ekpe Udoh: 76 OVR (+2)
  • Nate Wolters: 71 OVR (+1)
  • Royce O’Neale: 70 OVR (+1)

Washington Wizards

  • John Wall: 89 OVR (-1)
  • Bradley Beal: 86 OVR (-2)
  • Otto Porter: 82 OVR (-2)
  • Marcin Gortat: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Mike Scott: 78 OVR (+5)
  • Tomas Satoransky: 75 OVR (+3)
  • Ian Mahinmi: 72 OVR (+1)
  • Tim Frazier: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Jason Smith: 70 OVR (-2)
  • Chris McCullough: 70 OVR (+1)
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  1. Still signing players? Nice....I wish Anthony Masons family would let his likeness be in the game. It's not the same without him on the old school Knicks.
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    ojandpizza
    How does Donyell Marshall make the all time Cavs though?
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    He didn’t he’s on the ‘07 Cavs, he was a crucial player off the bench for that team.
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    jayska23
    He didn’t he’s on the ‘07 Cavs, he was a crucial player off the bench for that team.
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    Exactly.. One of their but shooters. I might want to play with them now. With the additions of Damon Jones and him makes it a little easier to play with them.
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    We're getting MONTHLY roster updates and everyone is cool with this because Intangibles mask how out of date the roster ratings really are.
    Fun exercise: Bring everyone to 60 Intangibles and see what their true OVR ratings are. The facade crumbles pretty quickly after that.
    This is what, the 4th roster update since the game dropped? We've already had twice the number of patches.
    jayska23
    He didn’t he’s on the ‘07 Cavs, he was a crucial player off the bench for that team.
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    jeebs9
    Exactly.. One of their but shooters. I might want to play with them now. With the additions of Damon Jones and him makes it a little easier to play with them.
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    Article I read before seeing this said he was added to the all time team. My mistake
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    GuwopGeezus
    Wait how is Clint Capela an 87?

    1st in FG% / eFG% / TS%
    6th in PER
    7th in ORB rate
    3rd in DRB rate
    3rd in Rebound rate
    2nd in BLK rate
    2nd in Offensive Rating
    2nd in Defensive Rating
    4th in Win Shares per minute
    Literally the glue of the league's 2nd best team.
    How is he NOT an 87?
    Like its's comical nobody bats an eye to Ben Wallace or Dennis Rodman getting high ratings on top tier teams but when an elite rebounder like Hassan Whiteside or Clint Capela show any semblance of offensive skill and earn a high rating everyone loses their damn mind.
    Like ya'll know every contender would take Capela over Andre Drummond or Dwight Howard, right?
    DeAndre Jordan lead the league in FG% five straight years. Capela snatched that and whaddya know isn't a 40% FT shooter?!
    My Hawks ratings vs 2K
    82/PG Dennis Schroder
    80/C DeWayne Dedmon (+2)
    80/C John Collins (+2)
    79/SG Kent Bazemore (+1)
    77/SG Marco Belinelli (+1)
    76/PF Ersan Ilyasova (-1)
    76/SF Taurean Prince
    72/PF Luke Babbitt (-3)
    72/PF Tyler Cavanaugh
    72/PG Malcolm Delaney
    72/PG Isaiah Taylor (+1)
    71/C Miles Plumlee (+1)
    71/C Mike Muscala (-2)
    69/SF DeAndre Bembry
    67/SG Tyler Dorsey
    67/PG Josh Magette
    This is without me gassing up these Intangibles ratings to make it look like I'm doing something. There's a reason they ain't telling you what Attributes got updated this year.
    2K INTANGIBLES COMPARISON
    82/PG Dennis Schroder (65 Intangibles)
    78/C DeWayne Dedmon (80 Intangibles)
    78/PF John Collins (65 Intangibles)
    78/SG Kent Bazemore (75 Intangibles)
    77/PF Ersan Ilyasova (80 Intangibles)
    76/SG Marco Belinelli (90 Intangibles)
    76/SF Taurean Prince (74 Intangibles)
    75/PF Luke Babbitt (95 Intangibles) - LOL
    73/C Mike Muscala (84 Intangibles)
    72/PF Tyler Cavanaugh (82 Intangibles)
    72/PG Malcolm Delaney (79 Intangibles)
    72/PG Isaiah Taylor (60 Intangibles)
    70/C Miles Plumlee (80 Intangibles)
    69/SF DeAndre Bembry (60 Intangibles)
    67/SG Tyler Dorsey (60 Intangibles)
    67/PG Josh Magette (60 Intangibles)
    1,182 Total OVR
    Ilyasova was a +30 Intangibles in this update which accounts for the entirety of his OVR change. How many others are there like him in the roster? I wouldn't exactly bank on him being the only one.
    How these ratings would look if all players had 60 Intangibles
    82/PG Dennis Schroder
    78/PF John Collins
    77/SG Kent Bazemore
    76/C DeWayne Dedmon
    75/SF Taurean Prince
    75/PF Ersan Ilyasova
    73/SG Marco Belinelli
    72/PG Isaiah Taylor
    72/PF Luke Babbitt
    71/C Mike Muscala
    70/PF Tyler Cavanaugh
    70/PG Malcolm Delaney
    69/SF DeAndre Bembry
    68/C Miles Plumlee
    67/SG Tyler Dorsey
    67/PG Josh Magette
    1,162 Total OVR (20 points of OVR added to the Hawks by Intangibles inflation)
    Be honest about how these OVR ratings look once you rip the band-aid off. You've got Atlanta's 6th man in a career year clinging by a thread over their 3rd string PG.
    Knicks Overall Comparison
    89 Porzingis (-2)
    83 Kanter
    80 Hardaway (+1)
    78 Beasley (+5)
    77 O'Quinn
    76 Lee (-1)
    75 Hernangomez
    74 Noah
    74 Ntilikina
    73 Baker (+4)
    73 Jack
    73 McDermott
    72 Sessions
    70 Thomas
    68 Dotson (-1)
    65 Kornet
    66 Hicks
    Let's put aside that these ratings are clear Basura (Courtney Lee down?? Ron Baker on par with Jack and McDermott?)
    Knicks Intangibles Comparison
    98 Kanter
    90 Porzingis (-8)
    88 Hernangomez
    85 Beasley (+30)
    78 Hardaway
    78 Baker (+8)
    75 Noah
    70 Sessions
    70 Kornet
    65 O'Quinn (+10)
    60 Lee
    60 Ntilikina
    60 Jack (+10)
    60 Thomas
    50 McDermott
    50 Dotson
    35 Hicks
    Here we have yet another player who had a massive improvement yet over half of it is due to this one "band-aidtribute".
    Standardized for 60 Intangibles
    86 Porzingis (-3)
    79 Kanter (-4)
    78 Hardaway
    77 O'Quinn
    76 Lee
    75 Beasley (-3)
    74 Ntilikina
    74 McDermott (+1)
    73 Jack
    73 Noah (-1)
    72 Hernangomez (-3)
    71 Baker (-2)
    71 Sessions (-1)
    70 Thomas
    69 Dotson (+1)
    69 Hicks (+3)
    64 Kornet
    LOL the 2K's Knicks ratings are so bad this might actually qualify as an improvement right here.
    By comparison only 12 OVR were netted by Intangibles compared to 20 for the Hawks. However the Knicks gained a net of 50 Intangibles (5 fake OVR) in the last update which is close to half that total.
    My overall point is that this is "progress" for the sake of progress, and an issue that seems like it will get worse as the season goes on, not better.
    Rashidi

    Like its's comical nobody bats an eye to Ben Wallace or Dennis Rodman getting high ratings on top tier teams but when an elite rebounder like Hassan Whiteside or Clint Capela show any semblance of offensive skill and earn a high rating everyone loses their damn mind.

    Because they're 2 of the greatest defenders of all time.. lol
    Rashidi
    We're getting MONTHLY roster updates and everyone is cool with this because Intangibles mask how out of date the roster ratings really are.
    Fun exercise: Bring everyone to 60 Intangibles and see what their true OVR ratings are. The facade crumbles pretty quickly after that.
    This is what, the 4th roster update since the game dropped? We've already had twice the number of patches.

    FINALLY SOMEONE SAID this
    the entire roster from current to legends is way off intangibles inflated the ovr
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    Hollywood2417
    FINALLY SOMEONE SAID this
    the entire roster from current to legends is way off intangibles inflated the ovr
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    Rashid says a lot things. Problem is he doesn't know the full story just like anyone else in here (me included).
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    BluFu
    Because they're 2 of the greatest defenders of all time.. lol

    And two of the worst offensive players of all-time. Don't pretend they were franchise players. A two-way player is logically going to have a higher rating than a specialist.
    jeebs9
    Rashidi says a lot things. Problem is he doesn't know the full story just like anyone else in here (me included).

    RASHIDI says a lot of things, but he isn't just talk. Unlike other cats who can't keep his name out their mouth, Rashidi puts IN the work to get the full-story. He doesn't just spend his life chirping away on a forum.
    Michael Beasley
    78 Overall (+5)
    Position: PF
    Archetype: Offensive-Minded Four
    OFFENSE
    89 Standing Layup
    85 Driving Layup (+7)
    75 Post Fade
    60 Post Hook
    68 Post Control
    62 Draw Foul (+11)
    96 Shot Close (+21)
    73 Open Shot Mid (-12)
    70 Contested Mid (-10)
    72 Off-Dribble Mid
    75 Open Shot 3pt (+7)
    51 Contested 3pt
    40 Off-Dribble 3pt
    74 Free Throw
    63 Ball Control
    41 Pass Vision (-5)
    52 Pass IQ
    50 Pass Accuracy
    62 Offensive Rebound (+19)
    60 Standing Dunk
    71 Driving Dunk
    45 Contact Dunk
    90 Shot IQ (+5)
    90 Hands (+10)
    DEFENSE
    70 Defensive Rebound (+3)
    65 Block (-3)
    53 Shot Contest
    50 Steal (+5)
    56 On-Ball Defense
    63 Low Post Defense
    53 Reaction Time
    ATHLETICISM
    85 Boxout (+5)
    56 Lateral Quickness
    75 Speed
    70 Ball Speed
    74 Acceleration
    75 Vertical
    60 Strength
    80 Stamina
    80 Hustle (+5)
    75 Durability
    INTANGIBLES
    58 Pass Perception
    35 Defensive Consistency
    59 Pick & Roll Defense
    52 Help Defense
    95 Offensive Consistency (+15)
    85 Intangibles (+30)
    78 Potential (+2)
    Ersan Ilyasova
    77 Overall (+3)
    Position: PF
    Archetype: Offensive-Minded Four
    OFFENSE
    88 Standing Layup
    71 Driving Layup
    72 Post Fade
    50 Post Hook
    72 Post Control
    65 Draw Foul
    90 Shot Close (+15)
    77 Open Shot Mid (-10)
    74 Contested Mid (-12)
    68 Off-Dribble Mid
    81 Open Shot 3pt (+8)
    78 Contested 3pt (+10)
    58 Off-Dribble 3pt
    78 Free Throw
    58 Ball Control
    35 Pass Vision (-4)
    64 Pass IQ
    55 Pass Accuracy
    60 Offensive Rebound (+8)
    55 Standing Dunk
    55 Driving Dunk
    40 Contact Dunk
    87 Shot IQ
    69 Hands
    DEFENSE
    63 Defensive Rebound (-10)
    51 Block (+4)
    74 Shot Contest
    71 Steal (+11)
    62 On-Ball Defense
    69 Low Post Defense
    74 Reaction Time
    ATHLETICISM
    77 Boxout
    40 Lateral Quickness
    53 Speed
    34 Ball Speed
    60 Acceleration
    45 Vertical
    62 Strength
    80 Stamina
    88 Hustle
    75 Durability
    INTANGIBLES
    70 Pass Perception
    70 Defensive Consistency
    79 Pick & Roll Defense
    74 Help Defense
    75 Offensive Consistency (+15)
    80 Intangibles (+30)
    78 Potential
    12 Attributes changed for Ilyasova (out of 47 that affect OVR).
    ONE of them accounts for 66% of his OVR boost.
    Makes sense eh?
    It's the same attributes ad nausea: the shooting/counting stats they plug into Excel. No skill evaluation. No imagination. No personal touch. You can tell they never even watched him. I dare say the average OS user is capable of copy/pasting a stats page once every two-to-three weeks. Behind the band-aid, there is a TEAM putting forth this level of effort.
    Me personally, If this was what I was putting out there, I'd be losing sleep.
    All-Time Nets
    I see you gave Julius Erving #32 (before he had #6)
    Joe Johnson needs to be assigned #7 (right now he has #2, which was Kevin Garnett's number on the Nets). Joe has #7 in his player portrait.
    EDIT:
    Also, how come the 2013-14 Brooklyn Nets did not make it as a classic team? That team was stacked!
    Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Brook Lopez
    Andray Blatche, Andre Kirilenko, Shaun Livingston, Marcus Thornton, Reggie Evans, Mason Plumlee
    Where I have Michael Beasley, by the way:
    Michael Beasley
    77 Overall (-1)
    Position: PF
    Archetype: Inside-Outside Threat (from Offensive-Minded Four)
    OFFENSE
    89 Standing Layup
    85 Driving Layup
    75 Post Fade
    70 Post Hook (+10)
    75 Post Control (+7)
    55 Draw Foul (-7)
    96 Shot Close
    83 Open Shot Mid (+10)
    81 Contested Mid (+11)
    77 Off-Dribble Mid (+5)
    81 Open Shot 3pt (+6)
    75 Contested 3pt (+24)
    71 Off-Dribble 3pt (+30)
    74 Free Throw
    70 Ball Control (+7)
    54 Pass Vision (+13)
    50 Pass IQ (-2)
    50 Pass Accuracy
    63 Offensive Rebound (+1)
    60 Standing Dunk
    70 Driving Dunk (-1)
    45 Contact Dunk
    87 Shot IQ (-3)
    90 Hands
    DEFENSE
    73 Defensive Rebound (+3)
    58 Block (-7)
    65 Shot Contest (+12)
    50 Steal
    55 On-Ball Defense (-1)
    70 Low Post Defense (+7)
    55 Reaction Time (+2)
    ATHLETICISM
    75 Boxout (-10)
    55 Lateral Quickness (-1)
    75 Speed
    70 Ball Speed
    75 Acceleration (+1)
    75 Vertical
    70 Strength (+10)
    85 Stamina (+5)
    80 Hustle
    80 Durability (+5)
    INTANGIBLES
    60 Pass Perception (+2)
    50 Defensive Consistency (+15)
    60 Pick & Roll Defense (+1)
    70 Help Defense (+18)
    45 Offensive Consistency (-50)
    70 Intangibles (-15)
    80 Potential (+2)
    I'm not here to have a roster **** measuring contest. Everyone has their own ideology and method. This is just to illustrate that there's quite a bit that can/needs doing without worrying about arbitrary cotton candy attributes. If I put in the work, I don't have to make questionable reactionary decisions (see guys, I can be polite) like giving one of the most erratic players in NBA history a 95 Offensive Consistency.
    A volume scorer drops 30 on All-NBA defender Carmelo Anthony, then two games later does it again against the combined efforts of "Power" "Forward" Marcus Smart and borderline All-Star Semi Ojeleye. How did this happen?! I guess when I put it like that it's totally fair to completely lose one's mind!

    (Literally Power Forward Marcus Smart. That's like the anti-Ben Simmons).
    Kyle Kuzma, who has been doing this off the bench all season (read: not one week) is rocking an 85 Offensive Consistency. Try harder, rook. LeBron James, who (like me) has done this for 15 years and (like me) does this in his sleep has an Offensive Consistency rating all of three points higher. I suppose this is totally fair because Beasley received MVP chants from the Garden crowd and LeBron hasn't been MVP in 4 years. Objectively, this all seems far more relevant than his Stockton-esque 1:2 Assist:Turnover ratio (because really, what could Assists or Turnovers EVER have to do with Offense OR Consistency anyway?)
    Mr. 95 Consistency dropped 6 points in his next game. Even Kobe had his off-nights. Merry Christmas!
    Rashidi
    Where I have Michael Beasley, by the way:
    Michael Beasley
    77 Overall (-1)
    Position: PF
    Archetype: Inside-Outside Threat (from Offensive-Minded Four)
    OFFENSE
    89 Standing Layup
    85 Driving Layup
    75 Post Fade
    70 Post Hook (+10)
    75 Post Control (+7)
    55 Draw Foul (-7)
    96 Shot Close
    83 Open Shot Mid (+10)
    81 Contested Mid (+11)
    77 Off-Dribble Mid (+5)
    81 Open Shot 3pt (+6)
    75 Contested 3pt (+24)
    71 Off-Dribble 3pt (+30)
    74 Free Throw
    70 Ball Control (+7)
    54 Pass Vision (+13)
    50 Pass IQ (-2)
    50 Pass Accuracy
    63 Offensive Rebound (+1)
    60 Standing Dunk
    70 Driving Dunk (-1)
    45 Contact Dunk
    87 Shot IQ (-3)
    90 Hands
    DEFENSE
    73 Defensive Rebound (+3)
    58 Block (-7)
    65 Shot Contest (+12)
    50 Steal
    55 On-Ball Defense (-1)
    70 Low Post Defense (+7)
    55 Reaction Time (+2)
    ATHLETICISM
    75 Boxout (-10)
    55 Lateral Quickness (-1)
    75 Speed
    70 Ball Speed
    75 Acceleration (+1)
    75 Vertical
    70 Strength (+10)
    85 Stamina (+5)
    80 Hustle
    80 Durability (+5)
    INTANGIBLES
    60 Pass Perception (+2)
    50 Defensive Consistency (+15)
    60 Pick & Roll Defense (+1)
    70 Help Defense (+18)
    45 Offensive Consistency (-50)
    70 Intangibles (-15)
    80 Potential (+2)
    I'm not here to have a roster **** measuring contest. Everyone has their own ideology and method. This is just to illustrate that there's quite a bit that can/needs doing without worrying about arbitrary cotton candy attributes. If I put in the work, I don't have to make questionable reactionary decisions (see guys, I can be polite) like giving one of the most erratic players in NBA history a 95 Offensive Consistency.
    A volume scorer drops 30 on All-NBA defender Carmelo Anthony, then two games later does it again against the combined efforts of "Power" "Forward" Marcus Smart and borderline All-Star Semi Ojeleye. How did this happen?! I guess when I put it like that it's totally fair to completely lose one's mind!

    (Literally Power Forward Marcus Smart. That's like the anti-Ben Simmons).
    Kyle Kuzma, who has been doing this off the bench all season (read: not one week) is rocking an 85 Offensive Consistency. Try harder, rook. LeBron James, who (like me) has done this for 15 years and (like me) does this in his sleep has an Offensive Consistency rating all of three points higher. I suppose this is totally fair because Beasley received MVP chants from the Garden crowd and LeBron hasn't been MVP in 4 years. Objectively, this all seems far more relevant than his Stockton-esque 1:2 Assist:Turnover ratio (because really, what could Assists or Turnovers EVER have to do with Offense OR Consistency anyway?)
    Mr. 95 Consistency dropped 6 points in his next game. Even Kobe had his off-nights. Merry Christmas!

    2 questions, are you doing a roster and why are u not on 2k team as the roster editor, it seems the rosters are pretty bad and u could do a lot of good IMO.
    jeebs9
    Rashid says a lot things. Problem is he doesn't know the full story just like anyone else in here (me included).
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    But this isn’t one of those times a lot of rosters makers will agree on he has said about intangibles and as roster maker myself i know about this as well he’s right the proof is in the pudding
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    Hollywood2417
    But this isn’t one of those times a lot of rosters makers will agree on he has said about intangibles and as roster maker myself i know about this as well he’s right the proof is in the pudding
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    Stop trying to make a conspiracy. You think they don't have tons of meeting on this same subject. There is no perfect rosters. This game is for the general public. When you realize that. We or you can move on.
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    XxRnSxX
    2 questions, are you doing a roster and why are u not on 2k team as the roster editor, it seems the rosters are pretty bad and u could do a lot of good IMO.
    It's a question a lot have been asking. But I don't know if he's up for it.
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    Any tendencies, playbooks changes?
    I appreciate the work you're doing beds but is there any explanation from beds why he won't release the spreadsheet?
    zizoux
    Any tendencies, playbooks changes?
    I appreciate the work you're doing beds but is there any explanation from beds why he won't release the spreadsheet?
    I've actually asked many times. So many I'm surprised I haven't been banned yet. I'm sure there is a reason. The website was a great source. But that went away.
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    itzmotto
    Trying figure out how Courtney lee goes down by 1 and he is having a career year
    Ron baker is scrappy but i don't know about that 4 point jump

    The ratings don’t even make sense. Ibaka has been great all of December but this roster update really reflects what he was in November.
    They dropped Lowry’s 3pt rating again..yet steph curry who is shooting worse is prolly still a 99 from behind the arc.
    jeebs9
    I laughed at that too.
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    Add that Ben Wallace was a multiple if not a 3 times DPOTY and Rodman was possibly once, and Rodman was the best rebounder of all time (season) despite of his height, and both were very competitive and did other things. BBall it’s not just scoring ..lol
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    MoneyOvaHuds
    He’s like an 84 now
    I know... I guess I thought his dribbling would been back to what it was before the down fall. But I guess your right.
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    jeebs9
    I know... I guess I thought his dribbling would been back to what it was before the down fall. But I guess your right.
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    Thing is why would they decrease his dribbling ability? thats not something you forget.
    geezy
    Ben Simmons got dropped? Kyle Kuzma is a 79 yet Donovan Mitchell is an 82?

    Lakers hate my friend, they don’t wanna see any Laker over 80 because they want to see them down and out as long as possible. Both Kuzma and Randle should be at least an 80-82 by now, but the hate is real.
    loso_34
    Thing is why would they decrease his dribbling ability? thats not something you forget.
    I've been seeing that for a very long time now. It's one thing to drop his shooting and layup ratings. Even his consistency. But his dribbling and things like speed just don't leave in one pop. I was saying the samething about Jahlil Okafor.
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    Xuriath
    Lakers hate my friend, they don’t wanna see any Laker over 80 because they want to see them down and out as long as possible. Both Kuzma and Randle should be at least an 80-82 by now, but the hate is real.
    Have you played with the Lakers? They are damn good. Beat my friends the other day. He had the Warriors lol. Yes damn shame. But DM has been playing really well as of late (Kuzma has been on streak himself). I don't know. I'm ok with their current ratings. I've played with both teams.
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    2k shoukd be more up to date with their Roster Updates !
    Mike James (OVR 75) still with the Suns and Isaiah Canaan (OVR 70) in FA
    James was waived to make Room for Canaan....
    Nate Wolters (2way, Jazz, OVR 71, +1) was released because of Naz-Mitrou Long, who isn`t in the Game (2way, Jazz)
    Rashidi
    And two of the worst offensive players of all-time. Don't pretend they were franchise players. A two-way player is logically going to have a higher rating than a specialist.

    Bit of a stretch to call him a two way player when his best attribute on offense is his ability to catch the ball and convert on wide open dunks.
    He's a great player but he only plays 25 minutes a night for a reason. 87 OVR is near superstar level which is too high for a player like Capela.
    loso_34
    The ratings don’t even make sense. Ibaka has been great all of December but this roster update really reflects what he was in November.
    They dropped Lowry’s 3pt rating again..yet steph curry who is shooting worse is prolly still a 99 from behind the arc.

    Yeah Ibaka's been fantastic and is playing way better than he did coming into this season. How he's only an 79 is beyond me.
    Oh wait, he plays for the Raptors.. :lol: that explains it
    Capela this year is what DaJ was every season he played with CP3.
    He is not an 87. He is awesome athletically and defensively but dude has one move offensively - slam it.
    BluFu
    Bit of a stretch to call him a two way player when his best attribute on offense is his ability to catch the ball and convert on wide open dunks.

    Ah yes, what Capela does requires zero ability whatsoever. He doesn't create those wide open opportunities with his length, athleticism, quickness, or positioning. It's a mere ACCIDENT he leads the league in shooting percentage. ANYBODY can average 3 dunks per 24 minutes. Why, IIRC Ben Wallace and Dennis Rodman were just as unstoppable in the Pick and Roll! Those guys were AUTOMATIC when they caught the ball near the rim, which is why they averaged double-figures ONCE between them in THIRTY combined seasons (SIXTEEN of which they logged 30+ MPG).
    Man, great points, all-around. Unbeatable logic. Capela isn't a two-way player because dudes who average 14 PPG in half a game aren't very effective at offense. You got this one. LOL.
    He's a great player but he only plays 25 minutes a night for a reason.

    Dennis Rodman averaged 26 MPG with Detroit and played a whopping 29 MPG when he won Defensive Player of the Year. But please, preach to us about MPG as a sure-fire measurement for on-court ability.
    87 OVR is near superstar level which is too high for a player like Capela.

    87 is All-Star level which is where Capela is clearly at. MVP candidates (I.E. Superstars) are all in the 90s.
    2K Center Ratings
    88 Andre Drummond
    87 Hassan Whiteside
    87 Clint Capela
    86 Al Horford
    86 Rudy Gobert
    85 DeAndre Jordan
    85 Marc Gasol
    Woah just check out all those NBA superstars! I guess you're right, 2K must be crazy to put Capela in league with these world beaters.
    :STRETCH:
    Rashidi
    Ah yes, what Capela does requires zero ability whatsoever. He doesn't create those wide open opportunities with his length, athleticism, quickness, or positioning. It's a mere ACCIDENT he leads the league in shooting percentage. ANYBODY can average 3 dunks per 24 minutes. Why, IIRC Ben Wallace and Dennis Rodman were just as unstoppable in the Pick and Roll! Those guys were AUTOMATIC when they caught the ball near the rim, which is why they averaged double-figures ONCE between them in THIRTY combined seasons (SIXTEEN of which they logged 30+ MPG).
    Dennis Rodman averaged 26 MPG with Detroit and played a whopping 29 MPG when he won Defensive Player of the Year. But please, preach to us about MPG as a sure-fire measurement for on-court ability.

    Still don't understand the need for that comparison.
    Anyway, Rodman has led the league in FG% when he was with Detroit so..

    Rashidi

    87 is All-Star level which is where Capela is clearly at. MVP candidates (I.E. Superstars) are all in the 90s.
    2K Center Ratings
    88 Andre Drummond
    87 Hassan Whiteside
    87 Clint Capela
    86 Al Horford
    86 Rudy Gobert
    85 DeAndre Jordan
    85 Marc Gasol
    Woah just check out all those NBA superstars! I guess you're right, 2K must be crazy to put Capela in league with these world beaters.
    :STRETCH:

    Even more straw man lol. Was just saying 87 is pretty close to a 90
    Never knew Drummond was an 88 though, that's pretty outrageous.
    BluFu
    Anyway, Rodman has led the league in FG% when he was with Detroit so.

    Rodman was an acceptable offensive player in his 20s due to his athletic ability. He wasn't the GOAT Rebounder those seasons either, that came later - he didn't lead the league in rebounding until he turned 30.
    Next time when I bring up a Hall of Fame Defensive player I'll be sure to specify that I meant his last ten years (the ones we ACTUALLY remember him for) rather than the stuff that literally happened 30 years ago.
    Even more straw man lol.

    I don't think you understand what this term means, given your initial statement:
    "87 OVR is near superstar level which is too high for a player like Capela."
    Never knew Drummond was an 88 though, that's pretty outrageous.

    I agree, given that he's a poor man's Clint Capela.
    Just don't see how Capela being an 87 with a limited skillset has anything to do with those other big men with very different skillsets.
    Looking at Capela's ratings in depth though, he's probably only too high in Shot Close but that's about it :cheers:
    This is where I've got all my 80+ rated players relative to 2K (listed non-80s are rated 80s by 2K)
    POINT GUARD (Pos Avg = 81)
    94 (+4) Chris Paul (HOU)
    94 (NC) Stephen Curry (GSW)
    92 (NC) Russell Westbrook (OKC)
    91 (-2) Kyrie Irving (BOS)
    90 (+1) Isaiah Thomas (CLE)
    89 (NC) Damian Lillard (POR)
    88 (-1) John Wall (WAS)
    87 (+1) Kemba Walker (CHA)
    87 (+1) Kyle Lowry (TOR)
    84 (-1) Mike Conley (MEM)
    83 (NC) Ben Simmons (PHI) - Rates 82 @ PF
    83 (-1) Eric Bledsoe (MIL)
    82 (NC) Dennis Schroder (ATL)
    82 (-1) D’Angelo Russell (BKN)
    82 (+1) Reggie Jackson (DET)
    82 (-2) Tyreke Evans (MEM) - Rates 84 @ SG
    81 (-2) Louis Williams (LAC)
    81 (+2) Darren Collison (IND)
    81 (-1) Goran Dragic (MIA)
    81 (+1) Dwyane Wade (CLE)
    80 (+1) Jeff Teague (MIN)
    80 (+2) Ricky Rubio (UTA)
    SHOOTING GUARD (Pos Avg = 80)
    95 (-1) James Harden (HOU)
    90 (+1) DeMar DeRozan (TOR)
    89 (NC) Jimmy Butler (MIN)
    88 (NC) Victor Oladipo (IND)
    86 (-4) Klay Thompson (GSW)
    86 (NC) Bradley Beal (WAS)
    85 (-2) Devin Booker (PHX)
    84 (-1) C.J. McCollum (POR)
    81 (NC) Eric Gordon (HOU)
    82 (+2) Gary Harris (DEN)
    81 (+1) Evan Fournier (ORL)
    81 (-1) Donovan Mitchell (UTA)
    80 (+1) Jrue Holiday (NOP)
    80 (+4) Courtney Lee (NYK)
    80 (NC) Jaylen Brown (BOS)
    80 (NC) Marcus Smart (BOS)
    79 (-1) Rodney Hood (UTA)
    79 (-3) Avery Bradley (DET)
    SMALL FORWARD (Pos Avg = 79)
    97 (+1) Kevin Durant (GSW)
    97 (+2) Kawhi Leonard (SAS)
    89 (+1) Gordon Hayward (BOS)
    88 (NC) Paul George (IND)
    86 (+4) Otto Porter (WAS)
    86 (+2) Khris Middleton (MIL)
    82 (+2) Robert Covington (PHI)
    81 (-1) Jayson Tatum (BOS)
    81 (NC) Andrew Wiggins (MIN)
    81 (+3) Andre Iguodala (GSW)
    80 (NC) Tim Hardaway Jr (NYK)
    80 (-1) Harrison Barnes (DAL)
    78 (-2) T.J. Warren (PHX)=
    POWER FORWARD (Pos Avg = 80)
    94 (-4) LeBron James (CLE) - Rates 99 @ SF
    94 (NC) Anthony Davis (NOP)
    90 (-5) Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL) - Rates 94 @ SF
    89 (+1) LaMarcus Aldridge (SAS)
    87 (NC) Draymond Green (GSW)
    86 (-3) Kristaps Porzingis (NYK)
    86 (NC) Blake Griffin (LAC)
    83 (NC) Aaron Gordon (ORL)
    83 (-2) Paul Millsap (DEN)
    82 (+2) Nikola Mirotic (CHI)
    82 (+1) Tobias Harris (DET)
    81 (+2) Serge Ibaka (TOR)
    81 (NC) Zach Randolph (SAC)
    81 (NC) Derrick Favors (UTA)
    81 (NC) Jabari Parker (MIL)
    80 (+1) Kyle Kuzma (LAL)
    78 (-4) Carmelo Anthony (OKC) - Rates 82 @ SF
    77 (-4) Rudy Gay (SAS)* - Rates 81 @ SF
    76 (-4) Jeff Green (CLE) - Rates 80 @ SF
    CENTER (Pos Avg = 81)
    89 (-1) DeMarcus Cousins (NOP)
    89 (NC) Nikola Jokic (DEN)
    88 (+1) Hassan Whiteside (MIA)
    88 (NC) Andre Drummond (DET)
    88 (NC) Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN)
    88 (+3) DeAndre Jordan (LAC)
    87 (-2) Joel Embiid (PHI)
    86 (-1) Clint Capela (HOU)
    86 (-2) Kevin Love (CLE) - Rates 87 @ PF
    86 (NC) Al Horford (BOS)
    86 (NC) Rudy Gobert (UTA)
    84 (-1) Marc Gasol (MEM)
    84 (+1) Enes Kanter (NYK)
    84 (+4) Jonas Valanciunas (TOR)
    84 (+1) Dwight Howard (CHA)
    82 (-1) Nikola Vucevic (ORL)
    82 (-1) Steven Adams (OKC)
    82 (+1) Pau Gasol (SAS)
    81 (NC) Myles Turner (IND)
    81 (+6) Tyson Chandler (PHX)
    81 (+2) Alex Len (PHX)
    80 (+2) DeWayne Dedmon (ATL)
    80 (+2) John Collins (ATL) - Rates 81 @ PF
    80 (+3) Kyle O’Quinn (NYK)
    Clearly there are issues with how 2K evaluates perimeter skills for big men but what can ya do (aside from point it out for FIFTEEN years).
    You can basically read my Top 10 as
    99 (+1) LeBron James
    97 (+1) Kevin Durant
    97 (+2) Kawhi Leonard
    95 (-1) James Harden
    94 (-1) Giannis Antetokounmpo
    94 (NC) Anthony Davis
    94 (+4) Chris Paul
    94 (NC) Stephen Curry
    92 (NC) Russell Westbrook
    91 (-2) Kyrie Irving
    My Team Ratings
    EASTERN CONFERENCE
    96 Celtics (+2): 4.09 SRS
    91 Raptors (+5): 7.65 SRS
    90 Cavaliers (+1): 2.36 SRS
    90 Wizards (-1): 1.56 SRS
    88 Bucks (-2): -1.03 SRS
    87 Pistons (+7): 1.37 SRS
    87 Pacers (+3): 1.31 SRS
    86 Heat (+5): -1.36 (Hassan Whiteside just returned)
    85 Sixers (-2): 0.18 SRS
    84 Hornets (-1): -1.07 SRS
    82 Knicks (+2): 0.45 SRS
    80 Hawks (NC): -5.01 SRS
    80 Magic (-1): -5.75 SRS
    78 Bulls (+4): -6.19 SRS
    75 Nets (+2): -3.02 SRS
    Overrated teams: Wizards, Bucks, Hawks, Magic
    Underrated teams: Raptors, Knicks, Nets
    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    97 Warriors (-1): 9.56 SRS
    95 Rockets (-1): 9.19 SRS
    94 Spurs (-4): 2.63 SRS
    90 Thunder (-2): 2.94 SRS
    89 Wolves (+1): 1.30 SRS
    88 Blazers (+4): 0.70 SRS
    88 Pelicans (+1): 0.28 SRS
    87 Nuggets (+2): 1.65 SRS
    84 Clippers (+6): -1.34 SRS
    83 Jazz (-1): 0.97 SRS
    81 Mavericks (+1): -2.13 SRS
    80 Lakers (+3): -2.41 SRS
    78 Grizzlies (-4): -2.85 SRS
    76 Suns (+4): -7.21 SRS
    75 Kings (+2): -8.45 SRS
    Overrated teams: Pelicans
    Underrated teams: Jazz
    DreamAgain
    Somebody please explain to me how Capela is like 5 points higher than Steven Adams but does basically nothing better. I'll wait.
    I'm going to say it's because the Rockets were got as hell. And he recently had those dunk games I posted before.
    I know I know it's not perfect. But he'll come back down. Steven Adams game are similar. But Adams doesn't play in DaToni system.
    I have clue if you've played with Capela before. But he wasn't threat before the last 2 updates.
    I think Capela will come back down. Don't worry about that lol.
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    DreamAgain
    Somebody please explain to me how Capela is like 5 points higher than Steven Adams but does basically nothing better. I'll wait.

    Because Capela has been playing out of his mind this year, he's probably a having a Top 5-7 season, easily Top 10.
    Capela is well deserving of an 87, I don't understand the complaint across the thread here, Rashidi is correct in his assessment of him and I usually have a huge difference in opinions with him.
    Glad to see a few updated ratings, although this roster update is far from perfect, Oladipo, Jamal Murray, Beasley, Mirotic and Kuzma all deserved their boosts.
    Bias time. Nice to see Embiid at 89, Simmons' play of late was deserving a rating decline, Saric is so inconsistent I don't even care what he's rated. Jerrryd Bayless sucks, wouldn't be surprised if he hits 69 this year.
    DreamAgain
    Somebody please explain to me how Capela is like 5 points higher than Steven Adams but does basically nothing better. I'll wait.

    Clint Capela
    27.3 PER (6th in NBA)
    69 TS% (1st in NBA)
    8 AST%
    20 USG%
    15 ORB% (6th in NBA)
    35 DRB% (3rd in NBA)
    5.8 BLK% (3rd in NBA)
    1.4 STL%
    0.76 A/T Ratio
    2.58 RPM (6th among Centers)
    -0.13 ORPM (10th among Centers)
    2.45 DPRM (10th among Centers)
    Steven Adams
    21.5 PER
    65 TS% (5th in NBA)
    4 AST%
    16 USG%
    17 ORB% (2nd in NBA)
    14 DRB% (4th on OKC)
    2.9 BLK%
    1.8 STL%
    0.55 A/T Ratio
    0.20 RPM (20th among Centers)
    -0.79 ORPM (20th among Centers)
    0.99 DRPM (37th among Centers)
    "Basically nothing better".
    LOL
    Offensive Play Data
    Clint Capela
    35.1% PnR Roll Man: 1.36 PPP (89th Percentile)
    24.6% Basket Cut: 1.32 PPP (58th Percentile)
    12.5% Transition: 1.47 PPP (94th Percentile)
    12.5% Putbacks: 1.28 PPP (76th Percentile)
    2.9% Post-Up: 0.60 PPP (8th Percentile)
    Steven Adams
    28.7% PnR Roll Man: 1.22 PPP (70th Percentile)
    26.7% Putbacks: 0.99 PPP (28th Percentile)
    19.8% Basket Cut: 1.41 PPP (73rd Percentile)
    8.3% Transition: 1.62 PPP (99th Percentile)
    6.9% Post-Up: 1.04 PPP (86th Percentile)
    If you watch this and see Steven Adams I dunno what to tell you
    I can’t dunk with guards that dunk in real life like Nwaba ( who attempts a lot ) and Dunn . Oladipo ( cpu ) had no prob doing a backscratcher through my Center tho
    Hollywood2417
    Was there roster recently demar derozan was 88 but now he is 91 ovr he got a big boost in 3s
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    THere was actually a huge one 2 days ago.
    Small break down video
    Rashidi
    My Team Ratings
    EASTERN CONFERENCE
    96 Celtics (+2): 4.09 SRS
    91 Raptors (+5): 7.65 SRS
    90 Cavaliers (+1): 2.36 SRS
    90 Wizards (-1): 1.56 SRS
    88 Bucks (-2): -1.03 SRS
    87 Pistons (+7): 1.37 SRS
    87 Pacers (+3): 1.31 SRS
    86 Heat (+5): -1.36 (Hassan Whiteside just returned)
    85 Sixers (-2): 0.18 SRS
    84 Hornets (-1): -1.07 SRS
    82 Knicks (+2): 0.45 SRS
    80 Hawks (NC): -5.01 SRS
    80 Magic (-1): -5.75 SRS
    78 Bulls (+4): -6.19 SRS
    75 Nets (+2): -3.02 SRS
    Overrated teams: Wizards, Bucks, Hawks, Magic
    Underrated teams: Raptors, Knicks, Nets
    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    97 Warriors (-1): 9.56 SRS
    95 Rockets (-1): 9.19 SRS
    94 Spurs (-4): 2.63 SRS
    90 Thunder (-2): 2.94 SRS
    89 Wolves (+1): 1.30 SRS
    88 Blazers (+4): 0.70 SRS
    88 Pelicans (+1): 0.28 SRS
    87 Nuggets (+2): 1.65 SRS
    84 Clippers (+6): -1.34 SRS
    83 Jazz (-1): 0.97 SRS
    81 Mavericks (+1): -2.13 SRS
    80 Lakers (+3): -2.41 SRS
    78 Grizzlies (-4): -2.85 SRS
    76 Suns (+4): -7.21 SRS
    75 Kings (+2): -8.45 SRS
    Overrated teams: Pelicans
    Underrated teams: Jazz

    i love your rosters what does SRS mean

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