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All The Changes In NBA 2K17’s Massive Player Ratings Update For The Playoffs


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The NBA regular season ended on Wednesday and the playoffs got started on Saturday, which meant there wasn’t much time in between for the folks at NBA 2K to process final season numbers. However, they put in the work over the weekend to give us a brand new ratings update on Monday, with every player in the league getting their attributes tweaked.

Here are the biggest changes to overall ratings involving notable players in the latest update:

Russell Westbrook (+1): 95 to 96
Kawhi Leonard (+1): 95 to 96
Steph Curry (+2): 93 to 95
Paul George (+2): 89 to 91
Chris Paul (+1): 90 to 91
Giannis Antetokounmpo (+1): 89 to 90
Jimmy Butler (+1): 89 to 90
Isaiah Thomas (-1): 91 to 90
Mark Gasol (+1): 88 to 89
Kyle Lowry (-1): 89 to 88

Klay Thompson (-1): 89 to 88
Nikola Jokic (+1): 87 to 88
Rudy Gobert (+2): 86 to 88
Bradley Beal (+1): 86 to 87
Draymond Green (+1): 85 to 86
Kemba Walker (+1): 85 to 86
C.J. McCollum (+1): 84 to 85
Kristaps Porzingis (+1): 83 to 84
Carmelo Anthony (-1): 85 to 84
Andrew Wiggins (-1): 85 to 84
Devin Booker (+2): 81 to 83

None of the changes are really surprising, with Westbrook, Leonard and Curry all being rewarded for their late-season surges to match James Harden as an 96 overall for the second spot behind LeBron James (97) in the overall ratings. Also, Porzingis has finally matched Carmelo as the Knicks best player in 2K. Elsewhere, the biggest changes of all players were to Derrick Jones Jr. and Bryn Forbes’ ratings, as both jumped up from a 65 to a 70, while Semaj Christon and Tyler Ennis each moved up four rating points.

You can view the full lists of top rated players by position and every change to overall ratings by team below, courtesy of 2K.

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