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NBA 2K21: 5 players rated too highly (and 5 players rated too l

  • NBA 2K21 is a game that gets a lot of things right, but mistakes were made when assigning ratings to certain players. Some are too high, while others are too low.

    When a new NBA 2K21 MT game is announced, fans immediately begin following the game's social media pages to find out how each player is rated. It's a mini-event for the franchise, as the ratings are slowly revealed in advance of the film's release. The popularity of NBA 2K21 was a major talking point, as it has been for the past few years.

    It's not just about the initial ratings, either. Throughout the season, the game will update frequently to reflect those who perform well and those who struggle. Regardless, they don't always get it right, resulting in some players being rated too high and others being rated too low based on their performance on the court.

    Paul George (90) is rated as being too high.

    On paper, a 90 overall rating appears to be about right for Paul George. After all, the player is a former MVP candidate who is currently the second-best player on one of the league's most successful teams. The problem is that since joining the Clippers, George has seen his overall game deteriorate. With so much talent surrounding him, it was inevitable that his stats would suffer, but the decline has been significant.

    In the past two years, scoring, rebounding, steals, and nearly all other categories have all decreased. Additionally, he has a history of underperforming in the playoffs (shooting 39% in the postseason last season). For comparison's sake, Jimmy Butler (who led the Heat to the NBA 2K21 MT Finals) and Bradley Beal (the league's leading scorer) both have the same rating.

    Lonzo Ball (80) is a player who is too low.

    When Lonzo Ball first entered the NBA, the name he went by was surrounded by controversy. His father appeared on numerous radio shows and ESPN programs to brag about the abilities of his children, and he pumped himself up by claiming he could do things like beat Michael Jordan one-on-one.

    It placed a target on Lonzo's back, and many were relieved to see him struggle in his early years. Having said that, Lonzo has developed into a very good basketball player. He can do a little bit of everything and has significantly improved his shooting ability. In spite of the fact that he is still only 23, he has plenty of room to improve his ranking.

    Jaren Jackson Jr. (83) has a soaring IQ.

    Jaren Jackson Jr. is a member of a fantastic young core that has Memphis Grizzlies fans all over the world excited about the team. He joins Rookie of the Year Ja Morant, Brandon Clarke, and others in an effort to put together something worth building a team around. Unfortunately, he still has a slightly too high rating in this game.

    Jackson Jr. has shown a proclivity for scoring (17.4 points per game last season), but the rest of his game still needs improvement. Despite his 6-foot-11 frame, he only managed 4.6 rebounds per game. The fact that he is ranked so close to Morant (86) and other big men like Jarrett Allen (84) and Andre Drummond (83) appears to be a fluke.



    Tyler Herro (80) was ranked too low.

    During the Miami Heat's shocking run to the NBA 2K21 MT Finals in 2020, everyone was talking about their sharpshooting duo of Duncan Robinson and Tyler Herro. Despite the fact that both players are good, Herro appears to have the most potential right now, with some believing he could be even better than All-Star Devin Booker.

    The jury is still out on that, but Herro was a playoff hero, racking up more points in the process. While he hasn't had a breakout season thus far, he is still putting up solid numbers and deserves to be ranked higher. This is especially true when comparing players of similar skill levels.

    Ben Simmons (88) is rated as too high.

    Ben Simmons, like Paul George, is widely regarded as a top-tier player, making his rating of 88 appear appropriate. It's true that he's a versatile point guard who can take advantage of his size and can be a walking triple-double at times.

    When you dig a little deeper into his game, it becomes questionable of NBA 2K21 MT. As good as Simmons is on the offensive end, he has reached a plateau. His numbers have remained consistent, but he has made little to no progress since entering the league, with the exception of his defensive play. He falls behind other top-tier point guards if he doesn't have a jump shot or something new to add to his game.

    Victor Oladipo (81) has been rated too low.

    It's a shame that injuries have put a crimp in Victor Oladipo's NBA 2K21 MT career. The gifted guard had solid seasons in Orlando and Oklahoma City before emerging as a star with the Pacers. In his first season with the team, he averaged 23.1 points per game, led the league in steals, and helped them reach the playoffs.

    When injuries struck, it appeared as if the league had lost interest in him. Teams weren't even interested in trading for him until he was acquired by Houston as part of the James Harden trade. This season, he is back to averaging over 20 points per game and is regaining his former form just as he is entering his prime. The number 81 is too low.

    Mitchell Robinson's (82) score is excessive.

    While Oladipo has already established himself, the opposite is true for New York's Mitchell Robinson. The big man embodies the epitome of raw talent and untapped potential. Despite the fact that his game isn't quite there yet, the 2K franchise continues to give him high ratings of NBA 2K21 MT.

    Robinson has yet to post a season in which he averages more than 10 points or more than nine rebounds per game. He has demonstrated a proclivity for blocking shots, but that is about all he can do. Despite the fact that he is only 22 years old and has plenty of time to become a star, he should not be ranked higher than better players for the time being.

    Devin Booker (88) was rated too low.

    LeBron James has referred to Devin Booker as "the most disrespected player in our league."That was said by the superstar because Booker, despite being extremely skilled and talented, is consistently underappreciated and left off lists of top players and All-Stars.

    Since his entry into the league, Booker has been a prolific scorer. He once scored 70 points in a game when he was only 20 years old. Booker can score in bunches, has developed the ability to run an offense, and is still only 24 years old in NBA 2K21 MT. It's ridiculous that he's rated lower than Zion Williamson (89) and Jaylen Brown (89), both of whom are very good but not quite on his level.

    Tyrese Haliburton (83) has a salary that is too high.

    Tyrese Haliburton is not being disparaged in any way by this. He has emerged as a standout performer for the Iowa State Cyclones as a rookie for the Sacramento Kings. So far, he's averaging around 12 points per game while dishing out approximately five assists and making more than 40% of his three-point attempts.

    By all accounts, he's going to be a very good basketball player in the future. Having said that, he's currently ranked far too high in the rankings. His production should not place him above Herro, Ball, or Derrick Rose (81), nor should it place him on the same level as Collin Sexton, Caris LeVert, or Dejounte Murray.

    D'Angelo Russell (83) has been ranked too low.

    This, quite frankly, does not make any sense. D'Angelo Russell was released by the Los Angeles Lakers, but he found a home with the Brooklyn Nets and went on to become an All-Star. After a brief stop in Golden State, he is now in Minnesota, where he continues to be a star despite the team's struggles.

    Russell is averaging just under 20 points per game this season, but has averaged at least 21.1 points per game every season since 2019 in NBA 2K21 MT. He has demonstrated that he is capable of being a leader and that he has a proclivity to hit big shots. He may not be ready for the elite 90 overall group, but he deserves to be ranked higher than players such as Jordan Clarkson (84).