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NBA 2K19 Roster Update Details (10-30)

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NBA 2K19 Roster Update Details (10-30)

A new NBA 2K19 roster update is available. Zach LaVine: 84 OVR (+4), Caris LeVert: 80 OVR (+4), Zach Collins: 74 OVR (+4), Ryan Arcidiacono: 70 OVR (+4), Kemba Walker: 89 OVR (+3), Rodney McGruder: 77 OVR (+3), Damian Jones: 72 OVR (+3) and Jeremy Lin: 75 OVR (-3) were the biggest movers.

Check out the changes below.

Atlanta Hawks
  • Trae Young: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Alex Len: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Jeremy Lin: 75 OVR (-3)
Brooklyn Nets
  • Caris LeVert: 80 OVR (+4)
  • Spencer Dinwiddie: 78 OVR (-1)
  • Allen Crabbe: 75 OVR (-1)
Boston Celtics
  • Kyrie Irving: 91 OVR (-2)
  • Gordon Hayward: 86 OVR (-2)
  • Jaylen Brown: 82 OVR (-2)
  • Marcus Morris Sr: 78 OVR (+1)
Charlotte Hornets
  • Kemba Walker: 89 OVR (+3)
  • Cody Zeller: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Frank Kaminsky: 74 OVR (-2)
Chicago Bulls
  • Zach LaVine: 84 OVR (+4)
  • Wendell Carter Jr.: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Cameron Payne: 72 OVR (+1)
  • Ryan Arcidiacono: 70 OVR (+4)
Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Jordan Clarkson: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Tristan Thompson: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Rodney Hood: 74 OVR (-1)
  • J.R. Smith: 74 OVR (-1)
Dallas Mavericks
  • Luka Doncic: 81 OVR (+2)
  • Maxi Kleber: 73 OVR (+1)
Denver Nuggets
  • Nikola Jokic: 91 OVR (+2)
  • Paul Millsap: 80 OVR (-2)
  • Monte Morris: 71 OVR (+1)
Detroit Pistons
  • Blake Griffin: 87 OVR (+1)
  • Reggie Bullock: 75 OVR (-1)
Golden State Warriors
  • Stephen Curry: 96 OVR (+1)
  • Draymond Green: 86 OVR (-1)
  • Kevon Looney: 73 OVR (+2)
  • Damian Jones: 72 OVR (+3)
Houston Rockets
  • Eric Gordon: 79 OVR (-2)
  • Carmelo Anthony: 78 OVR (-1)
Indiana Pacers
  • Domantas Sabonis: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Darren Collison: 78 OVR (-1)
L.A. Clippers
  • Danilo Gallinari: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Montrezl Harrell: 77 OVR (+2)
  • Patrick Beverley: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Boban Marjanovic: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Marcin Gortat: 76 OVR (-1)
L.A. Lakers
  • JaVale McGee: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Josh Hart: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Michael Beasley: 75 OVR (-1)
Memphis Grizzlies
  • Mike Conley: 84 OVR (+1)
  • Garrett Temple: 75 OVR (+1)
Miami Heat
  • Hassan Whiteside: 84 OVR (-1)
  • Josh Richardson: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Rodney McGruder: 77 OVR (+3)
Milwaukee Bucks
  • Khris Middleton: 86 OVR (+2)
  • John Henson: 78 OVR (+1)
Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Jimmy Butler: 90 OVR (+1)
  • Karl-Anthony Towns: 89 OVR (-2)
  • Jeff Teague: 78 OVR (-1)
New Orleans Pelicans
  • Jrue Holiday: 84 OVR (-1)
  • Nikola Mirotic: 81 OVR (+2)
New York Knicks
  • Tim Hardaway Jr.: 80 OVR (+2)
  • Mario Hezonja: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Noah Vonleh: 73 OVR (+2)
  • Damyean Dotson: 71 OVR (+2)
Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Dennis Schroder: 79 OVR (-2)
Orlando Magic
  • Nikola Vucevic: 82 OVR (+1)
  • Aaron Gordon: 80 OVR (-2)
  • D.J. Augustin: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Jonathon Simmons: 75 OVR (-2)
Philadelphia 76ers
  • Dario Saric: 78 OVR (-1)
  • Markelle Fultz: 75 OVR (-1)
Phoenix Suns
  • Deandre Ayton: 81 OVR (+2)
  • Trevor Ariza: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Josh Jackson: 75 OVR (-2)
Portland Trail Blazers
  • Damian Lillard: 92 OVR (+2)
  • Al-Farouq Aminu: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Zach Collins: 74 OVR (+4)
  • Nik Stauskas: 73 OVR (+2)
San Antonio Spurs
  • DeMar DeRozan: 90 OVR (+1)
  • Rudy Gay: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Patrick Mills: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Bryn Forbes: 74 OVR (+2)
Sacramento Kings
  • De’Aaron Fox: 80 OVR (+2)
  • Willie Cauley-Stein: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Nemanja Bjelica: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Iman Shumpert: 74 OVR (+1)
Toronto Raptors
  • Kyle Lowry: 87 OVR (+2)
  • Pascal Siakam: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Danny Green: 76 OVR (+1)
  • OG Anunoby: 75 OVR (-1)
Utah Jazz
  • Rudy Gobert: 89 OVR (+2)
  • Georges Niang: 72 OVR (+2)
Washington Wizards
  • Otto Porter: 79 OVR (-2)
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  1. Do they(2k) update tendencies? If so does it change the gameplay. Jus wondering I'm only 2 games into my league, dont wanna start over if I dont hv to
    I don't know if these really should be considered as an update.
    2K rosters have so many mistakes or untouched players it's crazy.
    I know these guys work hard but there is no structure from what I can see.
    jeebs9
    Jrue Holiday dropped... I wonder why?
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    He's shooting 20% from 3. They probably dropped that rating quite a bit.
    BA2929
    He's shooting 20% from 3. They probably dropped that rating quite a bit.
    I didn't know that. But I guess I didn't think that was enough to drop one point. Guess I'll check the stats
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    MoneyOvaHuds
    Could have at least updated players gear like geeze where Lavine’s Nike sleeve
    Yeah when are they going to update the player accessories?
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    Pascal Siakam went up 2 overall but they still haven't increased his speed and acceleration when he's one of the fastest players in the league. I don't get it.
    thedude
    Pascal Siakam went up 2 overall but they still haven't increased his speed and acceleration when he's one of the fastest players in the league. I don't get it.

    Yup, JV, Serge even Monroe are all faster ??
    thedude
    Pascal Siakam went up 2 overall but they still haven't increased his speed and acceleration when he's one of the fastest players in the league. I don't get it.

    Because all twitter cares about is overall. Haven't confirmed this yet but I wouldn't be surprised if the updates consisted of consistency and intangibles changes to manipulate their overall ratings.
    Players aren't really updated most of the time, takes alotttttt for things like ball control, athleticism, and defense to get adjusted, (you can forget about signature edits) its just the mentality of "so and so been averaging 18 ppg, he should at least be a 79."
    Is this the first update that has changed overalls? I know they have changed positions for certain players in previous updates.
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    JohnnyCash2015
    Is this the first update that has changed overalls? I know they have changed positions for certain players in previous updates.
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    First update to change the individual ratings. The overall is just a end result.
    Literally the first thing you notice about Siakam is how fast he is compared to other big running up the court. Yet for 2 years he's been rated the slowest big man on the Raptors. I gave 2k the benefit of the doubt before but he's a starter on a 7-1 team. You can't be serious
    UnbelievablyRAW
    Literally the first thing you notice about Siakam is how fast he is compared to other big running up the court. Yet for 2 years he's been rated the slowest big man on the Raptors. I gave 2k the benefit of the doubt before but he's a starter on a 7-1 team. You can't be serious
    If the name isn't LeBron or Curry then who cares - 2k roster team probably
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    Mintsa
    Yup, JV, Serge even Monroe are all faster ??
    thedude
    Pascal Siakam went up 2 overall but they still haven't increased his speed and acceleration when he's one of the fastest players in the league. I don't get it.
    UnbelievablyRAW
    Literally the first thing you notice about Siakam is how fast he is compared to other big running up the court. Yet for 2 years he's been rated the slowest big man on the Raptors. I gave 2k the benefit of the doubt before but he's a starter on a 7-1 team. You can't be serious
    Goffs
    If the name isn't LeBron or Curry then who cares - 2k roster team probably
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    Guys it's kind of scary. And I still don't understand why Beds hasn't increased it yet.
    I do have a reason why it hasn't been upped. And I think that has to do with him becoming a cheese or go to player off the raptors bench. I'm not saying it's right either.
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    At least some consistency would be nice, for example
    John Henson is shooting 38.5% on 1.7 attempts per game and his Open 3pt rating went from what it was previously ( presumably 25 as last season was the only season so far where he even managed 0.1 attempts per game) and its now a 73.
    LeBron James is shooting 24.4% 3PT on 5.9 attempts, of the 54 players who have attempted at least 5 a game he is 52nd and yet he has an Open 3pt rating of 82!?, some other players from that group 3pt% this season and ratings
    Zach LaVine 82, 38.6%
    Goran Dragic 82, 37.8%
    Blake Griffin 83, 48.4%
    Donovan Mitchell 80, 33.3%
    Victor Oladipo 83, 43.2%
    Khris Middleton 84, 54.9% (He's number 1 for 3pt% by players attemping 5+ 3's per game and he has an 84??)
    Reggie Bullock 84, 25.9% (Seriously? He has the same rating as Middleton who's shooting 29% better from 3?
    Danny Green 84, 46.8%
    Lonzo Ball 78, 36.1%
    How does 2K determine ratings, do they use a RNG?
    jeebs9
    Guys it's kind of scary. And I still don't understand why Beds hasn't increased it yet.
    I do have a reason why it hasn't been upped. And I think that has to do with him becoming a cheese or go to player off the raptors bench. I'm not saying it's right either.
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    I think Pacal is a starter in the front court next to Ibaka. Also I'm hearing that he is the fastest big on the roster by far.
    I would like to throw out 2 requests:
    Take a look at Dinwiddie's shot. His form is not even close in game.
    LeVert needs a quick or very quick release
    TheFinalEvent97
    At least some consistency would be nice, for example
    John Henson is shooting 38.5% on 1.7 attempts per game and his Open 3pt rating went from what it was previously ( presumably 25 as last season was the only season so far where he even managed 0.1 attempts per game) and its now a 73.
    LeBron James is shooting 24.4% 3PT on 5.9 attempts, of the 54 players who have attempted at least 5 a game he is 52nd and yet he has an Open 3pt rating of 82!?, some other players from that group 3pt% this season and ratings
    Zach LaVine 82, 38.6%
    Goran Dragic 82, 37.8%
    Blake Griffin 83, 48.4%
    Donovan Mitchell 80, 33.3%
    Victor Oladipo 83, 43.2%
    Khris Middleton 84, 54.9% (He's number 1 for 3pt% by players attemping 5+ 3's per game and he has an 84??)
    Reggie Bullock 84, 25.9% (Seriously? He has the same rating as Middleton who's shooting 29% better from 3?
    Danny Green 84, 46.8%
    Lonzo Ball 78, 36.1%
    How does 2K determine ratings, do they use a RNG?

    I don't generally defend 2k ratings....BUT, it's a little early to be worrying about Bullock's rating. I mean the Pistons have played 7 games (after losing tonight). Bullock has been a good shooter for his whole career.
    2k shouldn't be changing any veteran players ratings this quickly (unless they are grossly wrong like Siakam). Any changes this early should be reflecting new skills (such as Henson shooting threes), unexpected leaps (Vonleh, Magruder, etc.) and rookies being much worse or better than expected. Downgrading players like KAT for a slow start is nonsense off a 6 or 7 game sample.
    They don’t care at all, we know that for 5 years now, why are you surprised?
    I mean, the ratings are nothing compared to tendencies, I found that the only logical explanation is that the roster team at 2k is made of drunk monkeys rolling dice, cause there’s no way they have such little perception of basketball.
    Plus, their mindset is that default 2k rosters are for MyTEAM and people who don’t know any better, cause the community will fix their game anyways.
    Cheers OSers, we really should’ve given up on this laughable product years ago but we are somehow still going.
    DatIsraeliGuy
    They don’t care at all, we know that for 5 years now, why are you surprised?
    I mean, the ratings are nothing compared to tendencies, I found that the only logical explanation is that the roster team at 2k is made of drunk monkeys rolling dice, cause there’s no way they have such little perception of basketball.
    Plus, their mindset is that default 2k rosters are for MyTEAM and people who don’t know any better, cause the community will fix their game anyways.
    Cheers OSers, we really should’ve given up on this laughable product years ago but we are somehow still going.

    I think the 2k roster team is limited by OVR. OVR is the bane of any good roster. Why? Because it should be meaningless. Being an athletic freak doesn't make you a better basketball player than Kyle Korver.
    But the problem is EVERYTHING is tied to OVER. FA logic, trade logic, contract negotiations, and most of all PR hype. Players talking about it on twitter, articles detailing leaks of who has the highest OVRs. It's marketing. So as long as OVR is required to work transactions, rotations, contracts, etc. AND is a marketing gimmick, then it will be king.
    If OVR is king, ratings need to be manipulated. It's why role players on legends teams like Steve Kerr have ridiculous OVRs. It's why athletic skills are out of whack for 3 and D types like Korver. They have to bump up their athletic ratings to bump up their OVRs so they get the contracts and the minutes.
    Reality is there should be MORE separation in ratings. Having 90% of the roster between a 70 and 85 is silly. And it's only gotten worse over the years. Is it any wonder a big can stay in front of smaller players? Is it any wonder superstars don't dominate in played games like they should? Part of the reason is inflated attributes to pump OVR. But doing that increases speed, acceleration, vertical, etc. and impacts game play.
    And after all that, the sad thing is there is no answer to fix it. The marketing aspect could go away (it won't because NBA players tweeting about the game is good for business) and not impact gameplay. But what do you use to set contract values, trade value, minutes, etc? As the developers are already dealing with the monumental task of trying to create smarter AI players at a time the game is changing fundamentally (Teams not using mid range or going after offensive rebounds, switching everything, etc.) and trying to balance distinctly different modes (park, myplayer, myteam, franchise) and consumer expectations, the last thing they have time for is to mess around with a new, horribly complex way to value players in every facet of the games.
    Comduklakis
    I think the 2k roster team is limited by OVR. OVR is the bane of any good roster. Why? Because it should be meaningless. Being an athletic freak doesn't make you a better basketball player than Kyle Korver.
    But the problem is EVERYTHING is tied to OVER. FA logic, trade logic, contract negotiations, and most of all PR hype. Players talking about it on twitter, articles detailing leaks of who has the highest OVRs. It's marketing. So as long as OVR is required to work transactions, rotations, contracts, etc. AND is a marketing gimmick, then it will be king.
    If OVR is king, ratings need to be manipulated. It's why role players on legends teams like Steve Kerr have ridiculous OVRs. It's why athletic skills are out of whack for 3 and D types like Korver. They have to bump up their athletic ratings to bump up their OVRs so they get the contracts and the minutes.
    Reality is there should be MORE separation in ratings. Having 90% of the roster between a 70 and 85 is silly. And it's only gotten worse over the years. Is it any wonder a big can stay in front of smaller players? Is it any wonder superstars don't dominate in played games like they should? Part of the reason is inflated attributes to pump OVR. But doing that increases speed, acceleration, vertical, etc. and impacts game play.
    And after all that, the sad thing is there is no answer to fix it. The marketing aspect could go away (it won't because NBA players tweeting about the game is good for business) and not impact gameplay. But what do you use to set contract values, trade value, minutes, etc? As the developers are already dealing with the monumental task of trying to create smarter AI players at a time the game is changing fundamentally (Teams not using mid range or going after offensive rebounds, switching everything, etc.) and trying to balance distinctly different modes (park, myplayer, myteam, franchise) and consumer expectations, the last thing they have time for is to mess around with a new, horribly complex way to value players in every facet of the games.

    I miss NBA 2k12 where no one on the Raptors was above a 70 overall on release date, and if you were 80 overall you were a fringe all-star, and anything above 90 is a superstar. Now it's completely ludicrous because the stats are just so jumbled together everyone feels the same.
    raidertiger
    I miss NBA 2k12 where no one on the Raptors was above a 70 overall on release date, and if you were 80 overall you were a fringe all-star, and anything above 90 is a superstar. Now it's completely ludicrous because the stats are just so jumbled together everyone feels the same.

    Don't forget the badges which allow players to play WAY above their ratings.
    Comduklakis
    I think the 2k roster team is limited by OVR. OVR is the bane of any good roster. Why? Because it should be meaningless. Being an athletic freak doesn't make you a better basketball player than Kyle Korver.
    But the problem is EVERYTHING is tied to OVER. FA logic, trade logic, contract negotiations, and most of all PR hype. Players talking about it on twitter, articles detailing leaks of who has the highest OVRs. It's marketing. So as long as OVR is required to work transactions, rotations, contracts, etc. AND is a marketing gimmick, then it will be king.
    If OVR is king, ratings need to be manipulated. It's why role players on legends teams like Steve Kerr have ridiculous OVRs. It's why athletic skills are out of whack for 3 and D types like Korver. They have to bump up their athletic ratings to bump up their OVRs so they get the contracts and the minutes.
    Reality is there should be MORE separation in ratings. Having 90% of the roster between a 70 and 85 is silly. And it's only gotten worse over the years. Is it any wonder a big can stay in front of smaller players? Is it any wonder superstars don't dominate in played games like they should? Part of the reason is inflated attributes to pump OVR. But doing that increases speed, acceleration, vertical, etc. and impacts game play.
    And after all that, the sad thing is there is no answer to fix it. The marketing aspect could go away (it won't because NBA players tweeting about the game is good for business) and not impact gameplay. But what do you use to set contract values, trade value, minutes, etc? As the developers are already dealing with the monumental task of trying to create smarter AI players at a time the game is changing fundamentally (Teams not using mid range or going after offensive rebounds, switching everything, etc.) and trying to balance distinctly different modes (park, myplayer, myteam, franchise) and consumer expectations, the last thing they have time for is to mess around with a new, horribly complex way to value players in every facet of the games.

    They already inflate ratings with intangibles. All we ask for is for the practical ratings to be correct. Player athleticism ratings shouldn't be flexible things that change with each update. Wall is always going to be 90+ in speed ratings for the foreseeable future. Good defenders are good defenders for years at a time. Its only things like shooting that are more variable and need to be tuned month to month.
    How can a player be a top + defender at the PG position for a year and be a C+ grade defender in 2k (Vanvleet). Or have the highest average speed on the Raptors but be rated one of the slowest players on the team. Its like you need to be on ESPN highlights or have a column written about you before 2k will change your ratings.
    Embiid has literally had 30-11 in every game except one lol...(he's averaging 28-12 and 2 blocks) I thought for sure he was on the short list for guys going up.
    Stauff probably overlooked him. I'm sure he'll get to him on the next update.
    Kushmir
    Embiid has literally had 30-11 in every game except one lol...(he's averaging 28-12 and 2 blocks) I thought for sure he was on the short list for guys going up.
    Stauff probably overlooked him. I'm sure he'll get to him on the next update.
    and which ratings exactly do you want to be raised? just because a Player is playing Well doesnt mean an increase is necessary.
    btw myles Turner needs a complete overhaul... his defense has massively improved since last season. He got much stronger and is able to hold his Position inside and is making way less mistakes on defense. on the other Hand bis rebounding ratings are Way too high. He just is Not a Good rebounder. Also his shot (neither mid range, not 3pt) is falling right now.
    He also is much faster than 2k wants him to be. when running in the break, He can keep up with many smaller players.
    jk31
    and which ratings exactly do you want to be raised? just because a Player is playing Well doesnt mean an increase is necessary.

    You're right...good players don't go up for playing well--that validates their rating. IMO the criteria for raising a player's stats is they're exceeding career numbers...like Lebron last year. Embiid's rebounding/FTs/assists are all career highs and he's scoring about 6 more ppg than last year, leads the NBA in post-up scoring and is shooting lights out from mid-range (48% from 10-16ft and 57% from 16-3pt line--also better than his career numbers which were already outstanding) for some perspective on how good that is? I can cherrypick Dirk's best shooting years ever: 51% from 10-16 (2003) and 51% from 16-23 (2013) and Embiid compares.
    So IMO there's a pretty convincing argument for raising both his Close and Mid-Range shooting among other things.
    TheFinalEvent97
    At least some consistency would be nice, for example
    John Henson is shooting 38.5% on 1.7 attempts per game and his Open 3pt rating went from what it was previously ( presumably 25 as last season was the only season so far where he even managed 0.1 attempts per game) and its now a 73.
    LeBron James is shooting 24.4% 3PT on 5.9 attempts, of the 54 players who have attempted at least 5 a game he is 52nd and yet he has an Open 3pt rating of 82!?, some other players from that group 3pt% this season and ratings
    Zach LaVine 82, 38.6%
    Goran Dragic 82, 37.8%
    Blake Griffin 83, 48.4%
    Donovan Mitchell 80, 33.3%
    Victor Oladipo 83, 43.2%
    Khris Middleton 84, 54.9% (He's number 1 for 3pt% by players attemping 5+ 3's per game and he has an 84??)
    Reggie Bullock 84, 25.9% (Seriously? He has the same rating as Middleton who's shooting 29% better from 3?
    Danny Green 84, 46.8%
    Lonzo Ball 78, 36.1%
    How does 2K determine ratings, do they use a RNG?

    Do you really want 2K to base their ratings on such a small sample size? We are like 7-8 games into the season. I'd be frustrated if 2K based their ratings on short term streaks rather than their proven ability
    Barncore
    Do you really want 2K to base their ratings on such a small sample size? We are like 7-8 games into the season. I'd be frustrated if 2K based their ratings on short term streaks rather than their proven ability

    I should of put it better, i don't want LeBron to have a 70 3pt rating or Middleton a 99 but alot of these ratings are the same as before the update, i personally would have put the extreme cases up or down a few points. I.E Middleton to ~87 and LeBron to ~79.
    Barncore
    Do you really want 2K to base their ratings on such a small sample size? We are like 7-8 games into the season. I'd be frustrated if 2K based their ratings on short term streaks rather than their proven ability

    Agree with this....that weekly ratings mess is what ruined Madden. Always thought you did updates once per month....was pretty shocked to see an update this early.
    Kushmir
    Agree with this....that weekly ratings mess is what ruined Madden. Always thought you did updates once per month....was pretty shocked to see an update this early.

    Updates to Close/Mid/3Pt Shooting (Open/Contested/Off Dribble), Speed, Acceleration & Lateral Quickness, Off/Def Reb & Vertical are needed for the entire league. Many players speed attributes haven’t been touched in a few years. The shooting ratings need adjusted at the one month mark (Nov 16) as that would be enough of a sample size to adjust from. All players need to be touched & not just the key players on teams. No reason players like Allonzo Trier (Knicks) shouldn’t get as much detailed attention as a guy like James Harden. Guys such as Myles Turner (Reb Ratings inflated) are often overlooked in the specific areas such as rebounding while often times the “Intangibles” rating is what is used to modify overall. Attention to all 450+ players is needed as speed ratings, Rebounding, Shot Ratings are the most vital to performance in gameplay. Tendencies need adjustment too but that’s a whole other conversation.
    ‘Bron needs his fade back
    D-Rose needs longer locs
    Dame needs his full sleeve
    CJ needs a cleaner high-top fade
    STILL haven’t updated Covington’s hair
    Clarkson needs his tattoos
    Lonzo is far too built and could be slimmed down a bit
    D-Wade still has his rookie year player model?
    So many other scans. It’s truly wild.
    How can we help, 2k? I’m sure some folks in here are down to work OT in order to make sure the player likeness is where it should be
    Jaifer
    ‘Bron needs his fade back
    D-Rose needs longer locs
    Dame needs his full sleeve
    CJ needs a cleaner high-top fade
    STILL haven’t updated Covington’s hair
    Clarkson needs his tattoos
    Lonzo is far too built and could be slimmed down a bit
    D-Wade still has his rookie year player model?
    So many other scans. It’s truly wild.
    How can we help, 2k? I’m sure some folks in here are down to work OT in order to make sure the player likeness is where it should be

    These go in the ART Feedback thread
    2k is so inconsistent with their **** ratings.
    Gallinari is completely destroying it this season but can't crack an 80. Meanwhile Hayward is completely ****ting the bed and is still close to a 90.
    It doesn't even make sense.
    MoneyOvaHuds
    Why is manu still a FA?

    I was coming here just too post this. Manu and David West are still free agents, both retired before the start of season.:34:
    keshunleon
    I was coming here just too post this. Manu and David West are still free agents, both retired before the start of season.:34:

    Because they played in the NBA last season, 2K still has their licensing rights under the NBA agreement. They left them in game in case anyone wanted to use them in custom rosters. Just like last year, you can simply delete them from the roster if you do not want them in your custom roster.
    Next year anyone who retires this year will have to sign an agreement with 2K exclusively OR be a part of the NBRPA in order to officially be in NBA2K20. Now might be a good time for anyone wanting guys like Chris Bosh, Manu Ginobili, David West & more to be added for 2K20 to reach out via social media & encourage them to contact @NBAAlumni (Both Instagram/Twitter) for NBRPA inclusion OR Ronnie2K directly to help with paperwork for 2K exclusive deal. We can only fault ourselves if we don’t continuously reach out for the legends we want to be included as that worked well last year as a number of players were added.
    DreamAgain
    2k is so inconsistent with their **** ratings.
    Gallinari is completely destroying it this season but can't crack an 80. Meanwhile Hayward is completely ****ting the bed and is still close to a 90.
    It doesn't even make sense.

    if you want to post about ratings please include detail to which individual ratings need to be updated & why. More details the better as just saying overall needs to be updated does nothing to help persuade the roster team to look into the particular changes.
    DreamAgain
    2k is so inconsistent with their **** ratings.
    Gallinari is completely destroying it this season but can't crack an 80. Meanwhile Hayward is completely ****ting the bed and is still close to a 90.
    It doesn't even make sense.

    Because the sample size of 8 games or so is too small. Give it time. I don't want them chasing after every hot streak or cold streak with ratings changes.
    Comduklakis
    Because the sample size of 8 games or so is too small. Give it time. I don't want them chasing after every hot streak or cold streak with ratings changes.

    Yet they raped Gallinari's rating due to a small sample size to begin with.
    Look. 2K ratings are not good. Yes inflated overalls and badges are a huge problem. But we’re like 8-10 games into the season. Chill out a bit on guys stats this season. I for one don’t want radical changes made to someone who maybe falls off a cliff a week from now. I want them to fix guys who have needed adjustments for over a year. Guys like Siakam. I don’t want them to be like ‘Oh Derrick Rose drooped 50? Better make him a god!’
    MoneyOvaHuds
    I know Lavine better be an 86 next update mostly due to him athletically hopeful play like Zach LaVine . He is slow on this game in real life he is fast

    Might have to do something with Trae Young. Dude is balling right now.
    Also just a reminder for LeVert
    In his last 5 games, Kyrie is averaging 29.4 PPG, 55.9 FG%, 53.3 3PT%, 5.2 REB, 5.2 AST, 1.6 STL
    I don't believe in updating ratings for small sample sizes (except when it's playoffs), but I want to see if 2K will update Kyrie as quick as last time because of his early season struggles.
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