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NBA 2K22 Roster Update Available - Full Details Here (11-5)

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NBA 2K22 Roster Update Available - Full Details Here (11-5)

2K has released their first NBA 2K22 roster update of the season. Some of the biggest movers include the following players:

GOING UP:

  • Paul George: 90 OVR (+2)
  • Ja Morant: 89 OVR (+4)
  • Karl-Anthony Towns: 89 OVR (+2)
  • DeMar DeRozan: 88 OVR (+3)
  • LaMelo Ball: 87 OVR (+3)
  • Tobias Harris: 87 OVR (+2)
  • Dejounte Murray: 86 OVR (+4)
  • Jonas Valančiūnas: 86 OVR (+3)
  • Anthony Edwards: 84 OVR (+3)
  • Miles Bridges: 83 OVR (+5)
  • Harrison Barnes: 83 OVR (+5)
  • OG Anunoby: 83 OVR (+4)
  • Scottie Barnes: 82 OVR (+6)
  • Evan Mobley: 82 OVR (+4)
  • Tyler Herro: 82 OVR (+3)
  • Wendell Carter Jr.: 82 OVR (+2)
  • Richaun Holmes: 81 OVR (+2)
  • Cole Anthony: 80 OVR (+3)
  • Kyle Kuzma: 80 OVR (+3)
  • Montrezl Harrell: 80 OVR (+3)
  • Carmelo Anthony: 80 OVR (+2)
  • Saddiq Bey: 80 OVR (+2)

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GOING DOWN:

  • James Harden: 92 OVR (-2)
  • Damian Lillard: 90 OVR (-4)
  • Russell Westbrook: 84 OVR (-2)
  • Nikola Vucevic: 83 OVR (-2)
  • De’Aaron Fox: 83 OVR (-2)
  • Kristaps Porziņģis: 82 OVR (-2)
  • Jaren Jackson Jr.: 81 OVR (-2)
  • D’Angelo Russell: 81 OVR (-2)
  • Michael Porter Jr.: 81 OVR (-3)
  • Jerami Grant: 80 OVR (-2)

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Check out all of the changes below and let us know what you think. If you’re looking for player rating updates for each team, pjt8405 has you covered here.

  • Jimmy Butler: 92 OVR (+1)
  • James Harden: 92 OVR (-2)
  • Paul George: 90 OVR (+2)
  • Damian Lillard: 90 OVR (-4)
  • Ja Morant: 89 OVR (+4)
  • Karl-Anthony Towns: 89 OVR (+2)
  • Rudy Gobert: 89 OVR (+1)
  • Devin Booker: 89 OVR (-1)
  • Jayson Tatum: 89 OVR (-1)
  • Chris Paul: 89 OVR (-1)
  • DeMar DeRozan: 88 OVR (+3)
  • Zach LaVine: 88 OVR (+1)
  • LaMelo Ball: 87 OVR (+3)

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  • Tobias Harris: 87 OVR (+2)
  • Jaylen Brown: 87 OVR (+1)
  • Bam Adebayo: 87 OVR (+1)
  • Domantas Sabonis: 87 OVR (+1)
  • Khris Middleton: 87 OVR (-1)
  • Dejounte Murray: 86 OVR (+4)
  • Jonas Valančiūnas: 86 OVR (+3)
  • Clint Capela: 85 OVR (-1)
  • Anthony Edwards: 84 OVR (+3)
  • R.J. Barrett: 84 OVR (+1)
  • Russell Westbrook: 84 OVR (-2)
  • Miles Bridges: 83 OVR (+5)
  • Harrison Barnes: 83 OVR (+5)
  • OG Anunoby: 83 OVR (+4)
  • Jarrett Allen: 83 OVR (+1)
  • Malcolm Brogdon: 83 OVR (+1)
  • Spencer Dinwiddie: 83 OVR (+1)
  • Nikola Vucevic: 83 OVR (-2)
  • De’Aaron Fox: 83 OVR (-2)
  • Scottie Barnes: 82 OVR (+6)
  • Evan Mobley: 82 OVR (+4)
  • Tyler Herro: 82 OVR (+3)
  • Wendell Carter Jr.: 82 OVR (+2)
  • Kyle Lowry: 82 OVR (-1)
  • Gordon Hayward: 82 OVR (-1)
  • Kristaps Porziņģis: 82 OVR (-2)
  • Richaun Holmes: 81 OVR (+2)
  • Terry Rozier III: 81 OVR (-1)
  • Jaren Jackson Jr.: 81 OVR (-2)
  • D’Angelo Russell: 81 OVR (-2)
  • Michael Porter Jr.: 81 OVR (-3)
  • Cole Anthony: 80 OVR (+3)
  • Kyle Kuzma: 80 OVR (+3)
  • Montrezl Harrell: 80 OVR (+3)
  • Carmelo Anthony: 80 OVR (+2)
  • Saddiq Bey: 80 OVR (+2)
  • Al Horford: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Robert Williams: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Evan Fournier: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Myles Turner: 80 OVR (+1)
  • Jerami Grant: 80 OVR (-2)
  • Collin Sexton: 79 OVR (-3)
  • Chris Duarte: 79 OVR (+6)
  • Nickeil Alexander-Walker: 79 OVR (+4)
  • Josh Giddey: 79 OVR (+4)
  • Alex Caruso: 79 OVR (+3)
  • Cameron Reddish: 79 OVR (+3)
  • Mohamed Bamba: 79 OVR (+3)
  • Bojan Bogdanović: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Gary Trent Jr.: 79 OVR (+2)
  • Ricky Rubio: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Aaron Gordon: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Devonte’ Graham: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Kelly Olynyk: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Eric Gordon: 79 OVR (+1)
  • Bogdan Bogdanović: 79 OVR (-1)
  • De’Andre Hunter: 79 OVR (-1)
  • Joe Ingles: 79 OVR (-1)
  • Anfernee Simons: 78 OVR (+3)
  • Nemanja Bjelica: 78 OVR (+3)
  • Patrick Beverley: 78 OVR (+2)
  • Seth Curry: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Patrick Mills: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Will Barton: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Jakob Poeltl: 78 OVR (+1)
  • Lauri Markkanen: 78 OVR (-1)
  • Grayson Allen: 77 OVR (+2)
  • De’Anthony Melton: 77 OVR (+2)
  • Tyrese Maxey: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Desmond Bane: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Davion Mitchell: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Marcus Morris Sr.: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Terrence Ross: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Monte Morris: 77 OVR (-1)
  • T.J. McConnell: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Cody Zeller: 77 OVR (-1)
  • Marcus Smart: 77 OVR (-2)
  • Enes Kanter: 77 OVR (-2)
  • Chris Boucher: 77 OVR (-2)
  • Thaddeus Young: 77 OVR (-2)
  • Reggie Jackson: 77 OVR (-3)
  • Malik Beasley: 77 OVR (-3)
  • Obi Toppin: 77 OVR (+1)
  • Torrey Craig: 78 OVR (+2)
  • Alperen Sengun: 76 OVR (+3)
  • Nassir Little: 76 OVR (+3)
  • Franz Wagner: 76 OVR (+2)
  • Devin Vassell: 76 OVR (+2)
  • Matisse Thybulle: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Furkan Korkmaz: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Luke Kennard: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Dwight Powell: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Josh Jackson: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Precious Achiuwa: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Lonnie Walker IV: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Jaden McDaniels: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Jarred Vanderbilt: 76 OVR (+1)
  • Terance Mann: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Brandon Clarke: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Kevin Huerter: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Jalen Suggs: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Facundo Campazzo: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Kevin Porter Jr.: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Jae’Sean Tate: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Jae Crowder: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Cameron Johnson: 76 OVR (-1)
  • Duncan Robinson: 76 OVR (-2)
  • Immanuel Quickley: 76 OVR (-2)
  • Blake Griffin: 76 OVR (-2)
  • Goran Dragić: 76 OVR (-2)
  • Joe Harris: 76 OVR (-3)
  • Javonte Green: 75 OVR (+3)
  • Georges Niang: 75 OVR (+2)
  • Damion Lee: 75 OVR (+2)
  • Isaiah Hartenstein: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Aleksej Pokusevski: 75 OVR (+1)
  • Eric Paschall: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Malik Monk: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Rajon Rondo: 75 OVR (-1)
  • JaMychal Green: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Jeff Green: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Daniel Theis: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Davis Bertans: 75 OVR (-1)
  • Danny Green: 75 OVR (-2)
  • Nicolas Batum: 75 OVR (-2)
  • Robert Covington: 75 OVR (-3)
  • Grant Williams: 74 OVR (+4)
  • Cedi Osman: 74 OVR (+2)
  • Cody Martin: 74 OVR (+2)
  • DeAndre Bembry: 74 OVR (+2)
  • Pat Connaughton: 74 OVR (+1)
  • Trey Lyles: 74 OVR (+1)
  • Kevon Looney: 74 OVR (+1)
  • Patrick Williams: 74 OVR (-1)
  • Bryn Forbes: 74 OVR (-1)
  • Josh Richardson: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Payton Pritchard: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Alex Len: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Oshae Brissett: 74 OVR (-2)
  • David Nwaba: 74 OVR (-2)
  • Hamidou Diallo: 74 OVR (-3)
  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl: 73 OVR (+3)
  • Nah’Shon Hyland: 73 OVR (+2)
  • Caleb Martin: 73 OVR (+1)
  • Usman Garuba: 73 OVR (+1)
  • Kent Bazemore: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Austin Rivers: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Goga Bitadze: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Frank Jackson: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Theo Maledon: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Kenrich Williams: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Taurean Prince: 73 OVR (-1)
  • Tomas Satoransky: 73 OVR (-2)
  • Cory Joseph: 73 OVR (-2)
  • Ty Jerome: 73 OVR (-2)
  • Herbert Jones: 72 OVR (+2)
  • Thanasis Antetokounmpo: 72 OVR (+1)
  • Frank Ntilikina: 72 OVR (+1)
  • Tre Jones: 72 OVR (+1)
  • James Johnson: 72 OVR (-1)
  • D.J. Augustin: 72 OVR (-1)
  • Justise Winslow: 72 OVR (-2)
  • John Konchar: 72 OVR (-2)
  • Moritz Wagner: 72 OVR (-2)
  • Saben Lee: 72 OVR (-3)
  • Abdel Nader: 72 OVR (-3)
  • Nick Richards: 71 OVR (+2)
  • Ayo Dosunmu: 71 OVR (+1)
  • Semi Ojeleye: 71 OVR (-2)
  • Austin Reaves: 70 OVR (+2)
  • Greg Brown: 70 OVR (+1)
  • Justin Robinson: 68 OVR (+1)
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  1. Here's a quick glance at the top 10 rookies according to NBA.com's Kia Rookie Ladder report.
    1. Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors (18.1 ppg, 8.9 rpg, 2.0 apg): (+6) – 82 overall
    2. Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers (13.6 ppg, 7.9 rpg, 2.6 apg): (+4) – 82 overall
    3. Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers (17.8 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 2.4 apg): (+6) – 79 overall
    4. Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic (15.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 1.9 apg): (+2) – 76 overall
    5. Josh Giddey – OKC Thunder (11.3 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 5.9 apg): (+4) – 79 overall
    6. Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic (13.0 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 3.6 apg): (-1) – 76 overall
    7. Jalen Green – Houston Rockets (13.0 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 3.0 apg): (No change) – 79 overall
    8. Alperen Sengun – Houston Rockets (8.6 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 2.1 apg): (+3) – 76 overall
    9. Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings (9.1 ppg, 2.0 rpg, 2.9 apg): (+1) – 77 overall
    10. Herbert Jones – New Orleans Pelicans (6.0 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 1.6 apg): (+2) – 72 overall
    eich6bc
    Thanks for this information.
    I must say 2K is doing a good job with the ratings
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    You think?! Kyle Kuzma is playing almost six more minutes then the season before and he is averaging only 1 pt more, while shooting 2.5 more shots and his fg% are dropped by 5% (both fg and 3pt).
    Also his ft% are dropped by by more then 20%!! And he got +3 from 2k.
    This is not doing a good job!
    dvir10
    You think?! Kyle Kuzma is playing almost six more minutes then the season before and he is averaging only 1 pt more, while shooting 2.5 more shots and his fg% are dropped by 5% (both fg and 3pt).
    Also his ft% are dropped by by more then 20%!! And he got +3 from 2k.
    This is not doing a good job!

    Sux for Kuzma
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    eich6bc
    I must say 2K is doing a good job with the ratings

    One thing I quickly uncovered is that last night's games DID NOT factor into today's roster.
    Nicolas Batum went down in rating despite having a better season than last year. He is shooting 40% from three, identical to what he did last year, yet his 3pt rating went down to a 76.
    https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/b/batumni01.html
    He went 6-8 from three last night, raising his 3pt% by 10 points in the process, which is how I figured out that last nights games were not factored.
    Jordan Poole had a career high 31 points last night and his rating was unchanged. Gary Payton II likewise had a career night which wasn't factored. Jalen Brunson had his 2nd big night in a row and wasn't updated. We can conclusively say last night didn't make the cut, which brings me to a separate point:
    2K still has Daniel Gafford injured for the Wizards. He played last night so I figured maybe that would additionally confirm the early roster cut. Yet it was his SECOND game back. He came back on November 1st (only missing 2 games for the team).
    NUMEROUS players are sidelined & have yet to even play this year (like the Wizards own Rui Hachimura, Wayne Ellington, Chuma Okeke, Kelan Martin, Isaiah Livers, Yuta Watanabe, Tony Snell, etc). Yet a player who is HEALTHY and STARTING as of 4 days ago is still sidelined.
    Frankly, that's ****ing embarrassing. I don't understand what the point of updating injuries is if they're incapable of staying up to date. They have Davis Bertans' sprained ankle, who literally hurt himself in the same game that Gafford returned.
    dvir10
    You think?! Kyle Kuzma is playing almost six more minutes then the season before and he is averaging only 1 pt more, while shooting 2.5 more shots and his fg% are dropped by 5% (both fg and 3pt).
    Also his ft% are dropped by by more then 20%!! And he got +3 from 2k.
    This is not doing a good job!

    Kuzma is averaging a career high 10 RPG. There are more ratings than just shooting.
    ksuttonjr76
    Haven't been following the season that much...is Cade hurt or something?

    He had a sprained ankle early in the season and just started playing on 10/30. He's only played two games since returning but they weren't very good games for him. Hopefully he can improve once he's fully recovered.
    el jimmy
    Miiiiilesss bridgesssssss!!!
    Hell yeah my dude, keep it up!
    5+ is a huge jump and totally deserved

    Agreed. Another well deserved increase.
    New foul/defense rules seem to be working. Lots of stars who got free rides via artificially inflated offensive numbers to make them look better are relatively struggling this year. PPG is down, scoring is down, these are very good things. Guys seem to have to work harder and players who were never as good as numbers suggest (cough Harden) are being exposed. Maybe the NBA isn’t past saving after all.
    These updates seem legit, this year 2K will need to update player tendencies.
    There are a lot players that are shoe free agents.
    User can update most, if 2K would update shoes for players:
    RJ Hampton (Li Ning)
    Fred VanVleet (Li Ning)
    Lauri Markkanen (Hyperdunks 2017) shoe removed last patch
    There are a few others but these stand out.
    Real2KInsider
    Kuzma is averaging a career high 10 RPG. There are more ratings than just shooting.

    does he play better defense?
    did he become a better passer?
    better ball handler?
    I'll give you a hand: N-O
    does he still shooting bricks?
    Y-E-S and even worse than last season (at least for now)
    mix all of this together and there is no way that he should be +3.
    dvir10
    does he play better defense?
    did he become a better passer?
    better ball handler?
    I'll give you a hand: N-O
    does he still shooting bricks?
    Y-E-S and even worse than last season (at least for now)
    mix all of this together and there is no way that he should be +3.

    Allow me to spell things out for YOU.
    Kyle Kuzma
    ATTRIBUTE CHANGES
    Archetype: Offensive-Oriented Four (from 3pt Shot Creator)
    80 Overall (+3)
    85 (+5) Driving Layup / 2021: 108-176 FG (61%), 57% Ast'd
    86 (+7) Close Shot / 2021: 56-152 FG (37%), 43% Ast'd
    76 (+3) Mid-Range Shot / 2021: 23-57 FG (40%), 57% Ast'd
    95 (+25) Shot IQ
    85 (+16) Defensive Rebound - This meets scale.
    85 (+10) Offensive Consistency
    85 (+10) Intangibles
    None of these changes are egregious and if anything bring him in line with last season's production. This is as much a course correction as it is reflecting Kuzma's performance for the Wizards this season.
    At press time, Kuzma was averaging 16 PPG and 11 RPG, shooting 43 FG%, 35 3PT%, averaging 36 MPG, starting for a 5-2 team.
    Last season: 13 PPG, 6 RPG, 44 FG%, 36 3PT%. Shooting numbers were basically identical.
    Note that his defense, passing, and ball handling attributes were not touched.
    Now that you've got your spelling down, work on your grammar.
    Personally, I would not have boosted Kuzma's IQ, Consistency, or Intangibles. That is merely the 2K roster team overcompensating because they're too ****ing lazy to adjust attributes like:
    55 Post Control (some context: 60 Anthony Gill; 59 Deni Advija; 54 Bradley Beal; 52 Davis Bertans)
    52 Post Fade
    55 Post Hook
    44 Pass Perception
    85 Stamina (2nd on team in MPG; 34 MPG as a Starter in his career)
    Along with the paltry 8 Badges he has (half of which are PLAYMAKING).
    Hell, Kuzma was 60th percentile in Spot Ups last season (4 per game) and he doesn't even have Catch & Shoot. They give that badge to EVERYONE.

    2K could very easily have boosted Kuzma's OVR by exhibiting baseline knowledge of his abilities.
    They merely stick to the same fluff attributes that don't do anything besides boost OVR because that's easier & less work.
    Playboy™
    love that they updated Obi Toppin but man I hate how slow he is in this game.

    that applies for many bigs in the game. Maxi Kleber is the Mavs wing star stopper, yet in the game he moves like a truck on ice. Myles Turner also is relatively quick for his size and can also keep up with smaller players in transition. There a lots of other examples where bigs are too slow compared to real life.
    Kevon Looney +1? He’s been awful so far. He’s always been underrated by 2k so even now I think his number is low (should be like 75) but I don’t see why 2k was motivated to boost him.
    EDIT: Also, I get that he had a bad few games but unless 2k is strictly formulaic w/ their boost, common sense says Poole needed an update. 76 was too low outta the box, given his play late last season
    vetmin
    Kevon Looney +1? He’s been awful so far. He’s always been underrated by 2k so even now I think his number is low (should be like 75) but I don’t see why 2k was motivated to boost him.
    EDIT: Also, I get that he had a bad few games but unless 2k is strictly formulaic w/ their boost, common sense says Poole needed an update. 76 was too low outta the box, given his play late last season

    Looney has actually been pretty good. Production on-par w/ 2019, and significantly better than the last two years.
    Poole's career night happened after press-time (24 3PT% prior to that).
    Real2KInsider
    Looney has actually been pretty good. Production on-par w/ 2019, and significantly better than the last two years.

    Maybe by certain stats, but if you actually watch him he's been nowhere near what he was last season. He seems slower and unable to function crisply in the Warriors' motion offense, which he'd previously been able to do. It's not just me either; every fan sees it, it gets talked about on every Warriors podcast, and anecdotally it seems like the players / coaches are seeing it too (or rather it seems like everyone's mood and bounce lifts when anyone besides Looney is in there). The main things with him this year are that he seems to be responsible for more turnovers than he typically is (even if he's not credited with them statistically) and his finishing is worse (which may not be reflected statistically because now he's often too slow to even be able to attempt the shots that've been created for him, so he has to pass out of it and let the offense reset).

    Poole's career night happened after press-time (24 3PT% prior to that).

    Yeah, I mean more that 76 was too low for him out of the box. He outplayed that rating in the final stretch of last season. Whatever; the ship will be righted soon enough. Another big game tonight.
    vetmin
    Maybe by certain stats, but if you actually watch him he's been nowhere near what he was last season.

    2022 Looney:
    16.6 PER (+5.7)
    .626 TS% (+.051)
    .483 FT Rate (+.239) - Career High
    11.4 ORB%
    24.8 DRB% (+6.2) - Career High
    7.0 AST%
    1.2 STL%
    4.9 BLK% (+3.2) - T-Career High / Last year was Career Low
    14.6 USG% (+5.2) - Last year was Career Low
    It should really be clarified that Looney barely resembled an NBA player (much less a starter), over the prior two seasons.
    The main things with him this year are that he seems to be responsible for more turnovers than he typically is (even if he's not credited with them statistically)

    Of note, he has only committed 6 turnovers in 8 games. He's not killing them there. What has changed is his Assist rate.
    2021: 119 Assists to 37 TOs (3.21 ATR - this is quite good for a Center of any level)
    2022: 6 Asts, 6 TOs (1.00 ATR)
    You're correct in the assessment that he is bogging things down more than usual. Given his career production (2.18 ATR), this will likely come around.
    and his finishing is worse (which may not be reflected statistically because now he's often too slow to even be able to attempt the shots that've been created for him, so he has to pass out of it and let the offense reset).

    By the numbers: His percentage is up, his usage is up, and his foul drawing is up. It feels really anecdotal. (And feels like he's being compared against the player he was 3 years ago, rather than the shell he was the last two years since).
    Yeah, I mean more that 76 was too low for him out of the box. He outplayed that rating in the final stretch of last season. Whatever; the ship will be righted soon enough. Another big game tonight.

    I certainly agree, as I released this assessment of Poole a few weeks ago:
    Lebron clearly declined, father's time is really here, but in NBA 2k they didn't notice it seems... and the worse part... he is still 97 durability... when in reality he is missing plenty of games last 3 seasons... now they said 1 or 2 months out... when will 2k realise?
    Guard-ian
    Lebron clearly declined, father's time is really here, but in NBA 2k they didn't notice it seems... and the worse part... he is still 97 durability... when in reality he is missing plenty of games last 3 seasons... now they said 1 or 2 months out... when will 2k realise?

    2K generally doesn't adjust Durability (or ANY rating not tied to a stat) in any of these bi-weekly updates. Hell, Dwight Howard has had the same Speed/Vertical etc ratings since he was 28 years old.
    Part of why their ratings are trash is they spend a lot of time changing 3PT on a weekly basis when it's the most variable of all NBA production. It's the least effective rating to focus on, so of course, guess which one they go all-in on.
    (Part of the 3pt focus is fan demand; general reminder that fans aren't experts.)
    Real2KInsider
    The most comprehensive Roster Analysis I have ever done. Everything gets discussed.
    Use Timestamps to navigate to the teams you care about.

    i just got 2k22
    Real2KInsider
    2K generally doesn't adjust Durability (or ANY rating not tied to a stat) in any of these bi-weekly updates. Hell, Dwight Howard has had the same Speed/Vertical etc ratings since he was 28 years old.

    Damn.
    Sad to see about Lebron, but Time will always stay unbeaten and should always reflect in the ratings. His durability is way down over the past few years.
    Kully
    Damn.
    Sad to see about Lebron, but Time will always stay unbeaten and should always reflect in the ratings. His durability is way down over the past few years.

    Lebron Durability
    First 15 years: 1143 played / 1214 games (94%)
    Lakers: 173 played / 236 games (73%)
    LeBron missed only 71 games in his first 15 years.
    His Lakers games missed (63 & counting) will likely pass that total.
    FWIW, Durability ratings are among the ones I'm cleaning up this year. Just came across Justise Winslow w/ an 82. He's played 56% of his possible career games.

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