Predicting Each Brooklyn Nets Player's NBA 2K17 Rating

u4nba Date: Sep/01/16 05:28:18 Views: 2101

The features from NBA 2K17, the popular NBA-based game, has been growing by the day. According to u4nba, much of these were already covered in previous posts, the last of which was the player rating of Brooklyn Nets. 


As technology has improved more and more, video game culture is no longer nerdy. The NBA 2K franchise has been a beneficiary of next-gen hardware, and the developers have made strides in producing games that are more immersive than their competitors’. Gamers, which now include NBA players, invest time in building up their virtual careers and franchises.


The end of each summer marks the start of 2K season. It’s a dead time in the NBA world, and it allows the gaming franchise to market their product to its full extent. Hyping up 2K17 goes beyond commercials and other kinds of typical ads, and Ronnie Singh–a.k.a. Ronnie 2K–enlists the help of today’s players to help spread the word.


Players tweet at Ronnie, with the hope of him passing along their in-game rating and a screenshot. As of now, only two Nets have had their ratings released: Sean Kilpatrick (72) and Chris McCullough (70). Those rankings are expected when dealing with players who haven’t showcased much during their time in the league.


Above-averaging players are anything over an 80 while above an 85 is All-Star territory. Once you crack 90, however, the players seen there are All-NBA worthy and make up many of the MVP candidates.


The Brook-Lin duo of Brook Lopez and Jeremy Lin are two of the Nets’ top players, and they will be graded as such. The rest of the team, comprised of experienced veterans and young, potential-filled players, will not be ranked as high as Lin or Lopez because they’ve fallen out of their prime, or have yet to reach it. However, some of Brooklyn’s developing players have a chance to see their rating increase throughout the course of the season as they get an opportunity to showcase their game.


Beau Beech: 65



Anthony Bennett: 71



Bojan Bogdanovic: 77



Trevor Booker: 73



Yogi Ferrell: 62

Randy Foye: 72



Justin Hamilton: 66



Joe Harris: 68



Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: 77



Caris LeVert: 73

Jeremy Lin: 80

Brook Lopez: 87



Egidijus Mockevicius: 61

Luis Scola: 76

Greivis Vasquez: 75

Isaiah Whitehead: 68


The latest edition of the leading basketball video game on the market NBA 2K17 is set to be released on September 16th. With each new edition of the game comes new rookies and ratings for every NBA 2K17 players, to see the full the list of NBA 2K17 player ratings, check out Reddit.


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