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'NBA 2K21' ratings: LeBron James tops list of best NBA players in 2020 release

With the 2019-20 season finally complete, 2K Sports is revealing fresh player ratings for the latest edition of "NBA 2K."

Here's a shocker: LeBron James holds the top rating in "NBA 2K21" at 98 overall. The Lakers star has now been rated at 98 overall or higher eight times in his career. Not bad for a guy who is about to turn 36 in December.

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Two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo is right behind James at 97, and only five other players are rated at 95 or above (Anthony Davis, James Harden, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Damian Lillard).

Sporting News will keep you updated with the latest player ratings for "NBA 2K21." Check out the top overall numbers right here.

'NBA 2K21' player ratings

PlayerOverall rating
LeBron James98
Giannis Antetokounmpo97
Anthony Davis96
James Harden96
Stephen Curry95
Kevin Durant95
Damian Lillard95
Luka Doncic94
Jimmy Butler93
Kyrie Irving90
Jayson Tatum90
Klay Thompson89
Devin Booker88
Paul George88
Donovan Mitchell88
Trae Young88
Rudy Gobert87
Jamal Murray87
Jaylen Brown86
Kemba Walker86
Zion Williamson86
Danny Green76
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope76
Alex Caruso75

'NBA 2K21' release date

"NBA 2K21" was released Sept. 4 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The current-gen version is now available for purchase as a physical copy or through online stores.

As for "NBA 2K21" on next-gen consoles, the game will launch on Xbox Series X on Nov. 10 and PlayStation 5 on Nov. 12.

'NBA 2K21' price

Similar to last year's release of "NBA 2K," prices vary depending on how much is offered in each tier. 

  • Standard edition cost (current-gen): $59.99
  • Mamba Forever edition (current-gen): $99.99
  • Standard edition (next-gen): $69.99
  • Mamba Forever edition (next-gen): $99.99

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NBA 2K21: 5 Players Rated Too High (& 5 Rated Too Low)

Whenever a new NBA 2K is on the horizon, fans intently follow the game's social media pages to get the scoop on what each player is rated. It's an event of sorts for the franchise, as the ratings get revealed little by little in anticipation of the release. As always, NBA 2K21's ratings were a major talking point.

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It's not just the initial ratings either. The game updates frequently throughout the season to reflect those who step up and those who struggle. Regardless, they don't always get it right, meaning some players are rated too high and others too low for what they produce on the court.

10 Too High: Paul George (90)

On paper, a 90 overall seems about right for Paul George. After all, the guy is a former MVP candidate and is the second-best player on one of the league's top teams. The problem is that George has kind of seen his game slip since moving to the Clippers. A dip in stats with so much talent around him was expected but it has been significant.

Scoring, rebounding, steals, and most other categories are down in the past two years. Plus, he's famously underperformed in the playoffs (shooting 39% there last year). For context, Jimmy Butler (who led the Heat to the Finals) and Bradley Beal (the league's leading scorer) have the same rating.

9 Too Low: Lonzo Ball (80)

The name Lonzo Ball came shrouded with controversy when he arrived in the NBA. His father went all over radio shows and ESPN programs to boast about the talent level of his kids and pumped himself up by saying he could do things like beat Michael Jordan one on one.

It put a target on Lonzo's back and many were happy to see him struggle in his early days. That said, Lonzo has developed into a very good basketball player. He can do a bit of everything and has improved his shooting tremendously. He's still only 23 and has room to grow, so he should rank at least a little bit better.

8 Too High: Jaren Jackson Jr. (83)

Jaren Jackson Jr. is part of a fantastic young core that has Memphis Grizzlies fans everywhere excited. He joins Rookie of the Year Ja Morant, Brandon Clarke, and others to put together something worth building around. Alas, he still rates a bit too high in this game.

Jackson Jr. has shown a knack for scoring (17.4ppg last season) but the rest of his game still needs work. He stands at 6'11" but could only muster up 4.6 rebounds per game. The fact that he ranks so closely to Morant (86) or other bigs like Jarrett Allen (84) and Andre Drummond (83) seems off.

7 Too Low: Tyler Herro (80)

During the Miami Heat's shocking run to the NBA Finals in 2020, everybody was talking about their sharpshooting duo of Duncan Robinson and Tyler Herro. Though both are good, Herro seems to have more upside right now, with some even thinking he can be better than All-Star Devin Booker.

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The jury is still out on that but Herro was a playoff hero, upping his scoring there. While he hasn't broken out so far in the current season, he's still putting up good numbers and deserves to rank higher. That's especially true when compared to similar players.

6 Too High: Ben Simmons (88)

Like Paul George, Ben Simmons is considered a top star, so his rating of 88 might seem appropriate. It's true that he's a versatile point guard who can use his size to his advantage and is sometimes a walking triple-double.

It gets questionable when you look deeper into his game. As good as Simmons is, he has plateaued offensively. His numbers are consistent but there has been little to no growth since entering the league, other than on the defensive end. Without a jump shot or something new to his game, he falls behind other top-tier point guards.

5 Too Low: Victor Oladipo (81)

It's a shame that injuries put a damper on Victor Oladipo's career. The talented guard performed well in Orlando and Oklahoma City before blossoming into a star with Indiana. In his first year there, he put up 23.1ppg, led the league in steals, and took them to the playoffs.

When injuries hit, it seemed like the league stopped wanting him. Teams weren't even willing to trade for him until he joined Houston in the James Harden deal. This season, he is back to putting up over 20 points per game and is rebounding into the player he once was just as he's entering his prime. 81 is too low.

4 Too High: Mitchell Robinson (82)

While Oladipo has already proven himself, the opposite is true for New York's Mitchell Robinson. The big man is the definition of raw talent and untapped potential. The 2K franchise keeps rating him impressively despite the fact that his game isn't quite there yet.

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Robinson has yet to average over 10 points in a season or grab nine rebounds per game. He has shown a knack for blocking shots but that's really it. Although being 22 means he has plenty of time to become a star, as of right now, he shouldn't be ranked above better players.

3 Too Low: Devin Booker (88)

The aforementioned Devin Booker has been called "the most disrespected player in our league" by LeBron James. That was said by the superstar because Booker is incredibly skilled and talented, yet is constantly undervalued and left off of lists regarding top players and All-Stars.

Since arriving in the league, Booker has been a scoring machine. He even dropped 70 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. It's laughable that he's rated below Zion Williamson (89) and Jaylen Brown (89), who are both very good but not quite on his level.

2 Too High: Tyrese Haliburton (83)

This is in no way meant as a slight to Tyrese Haliburton. He has come out of Iowa State and done very well for himself as a rookie on the Sacramento Kings. So far, he's putting up just around 12 points per game, handing out about five assists, and hitting over 40% of his three-pointers.

By all accounts, he's going to be a very good basketball player. That being said, he's just ranked too high for now. His output shouldn't have him above Herro, Ball, or Derrick Rose (81), or on the same level as Collin Sexton, Caris LeVert, or Dejounte Murray.

1 Too Low: D'Angelo Russell (83)

This honestly just doesn't make any sense. D'Angelo Russell was cast off by the Lakers but found a home with the Brooklyn Nets and became an All-Star. After a stop in Golden State, he is now in Minnesota and though the team struggles, he remains a stud.

Russell is just under the 20ppg mark this season but has averaged at least 21.1 every year since 2019. He has shown that he can be a leader and has a tendency to hit big shots. He may not be someone ready for the elite 90 overall group but he belongs above the likes of Jordan Clarkson (84).

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As we approach the end of the first half of the NBA 2020-21 regular season, some of the league’s best players have been balling of late. Stephen Curry, Zach LaVine, Zion Williamson and Domantas Sabonis all increased their NBA 2K21 rating by 1 point with Curry now one of the highest rated players in the game sitting at a 96 overall.

While some of the Association’s most impressive rookies continue to perform well on the court with LaMelo Ball and Tyrese Haliburton both jumping two points to an 83 and 82 overall rating respectively. 

Check out the full list below.

Movers Sorted by OVR

Stephen Curry: 96 OVR (+1)

Jayson Tatum: 90 OVR (-1)

Karl-Anthony Towns: 89 OVR (-1)

Bam Adebayo: 88 OVR (-1)

Ben Simmons: 88 OVR (+1)

Zach LaVine: 88 OVR (+1)

Zion Williamson: 88 OVR (+1)

Domantas Sabonis: 87 OVR (+1)

Chris Paul: 87 OVR (+2)

Jrue Holiday: 86 OVR (+1)

De'Aaron Fox: 86 OVR (+1)

Julius Randle: 86 OVR (+1)

Ja Morant: 85 OVR (-1)

Gordon Hayward: 85 OVR (-1)

Jamal Murray: 85 OVR (-1)

Malcolm Brogdon: 85 OVR (-1)

Kemba Walker: 84 OVR (-1)

Collin Sexton: 83 OVR (-1)

Andre Drummond: 83 OVR (-1)

Jerami Grant: 83 OVR (-1)

John Wall: 83 OVR (-1)

LaMelo Ball: 83 OVR (+2)

Terry Rozier III: 83 OVR (+2)

Jonas Valančiūnas: 82 OVR (+1)

Jordan Clarkson: 82 OVR (+1)

Eric Gordon: 82 OVR (+1)

Dejounte Murray: 82 OVR (+1)

Malik Beasley: 82 OVR (+1)

Tyrese Haliburton: 82 OVR (+2)

Al Horford: 82 OVR (+2)

Victor Oladipo: 81 OVR (-2)

Hassan Whiteside: 81 OVR (+1)

Louis Williams: 81 OVR (+3)

Goran Dragić: 80 OVR (-1)

Steven Adams: 80 OVR (-1)

Keldon Johnson: 80 OVR (-1)

Thaddeus Young: 80 OVR (+1)

Kyle Anderson: 80 OVR (+1)

Mason Plumlee: 80 OVR (+1)

Norman Powell: 80 OVR (+1)

Harrison Barnes: 79 OVR (-2)

DeMarcus Cousins: 79 OVR (-1)

Coby White: 79 OVR (+1)

Marcus Morris Sr: 79 OVR (+1)

Jeremy Lamb: 79 OVR (+1)

Draymond Green: 79 OVR (+1)

Immanuel Quickley: 79 OVR (+2)

Lonzo Ball: 79 OVR (+2)

Carmelo Anthony: 79 OVR (+2)

Seth Curry: 78 OVR (-2)

Daniel Theis: 78 OVR (-1)

P.J. Washington: 78 OVR (-1)

Josh Richardson: 78 OVR (-1)

Eric Bledsoe: 78 OVR (-1)

Blake Griffin: 78 OVR (-1)

Rudy Gay: 78 OVR (-1)

Patrick Mills: 78 OVR (-1)

Rui Hachimura: 78 OVR (-1)

Devonte Graham: 78 OVR (+1)

Dario Šarić: 78 OVR (+1)

Gary Trent Jr.: 78 OVR (+1)

T.J. McConnell: 78 OVR (+2)

Frank Kaminsky III: 78 OVR (+2)

Saddiq Bey: 78 OVR (+4)

Buddy Hield: 77 OVR (-1)

Terrence Ross: 77 OVR (-1)

Tristan Thompson: 77 OVR (+1)

Nerlens Noel: 77 OVR (+1)

Delon Wright: 77 OVR (+1)

David Nwaba: 77 OVR (+1)

Jakob Poeltl: 77 OVR (+1)

Kyle Kuzma: 77 OVR (+2)

Kelly Oubre Jr.: 77 OVR (+2)

Pat Connaughton: 76 OVR (-1)

Will Barton: 76 OVR (-1)

Obi Toppin: 76 OVR (+1)

Josh Jackson: 76 OVR (+1)

Jae'Sean Tate: 76 OVR (+1)

Mike Muscala: 76 OVR (+1)

Isaiah Roby: 76 OVR (+1)

Grayson Allen: 76 OVR (+2)

James Ennis: 76 OVR (+2)

Isaiah Stewart: 76 OVR (+2)

Darius Bazley: 76 OVR (+2)

Anfernee Simons: 76 OVR (+2)

Kent Bazemore: 76 OVR (+2)

Kenrich Williams: 76 OVR (+3)

Duncan Robinson: 75 OVR (-2)

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 75 OVR (-2)

Maxi Kleber: 75 OVR (-2)

Terence Davis: 75 OVR (-2)

Damion Lee: 75 OVR (-2)

Deni Avdija: 75 OVR (-1)

Danny Green: 75 OVR (-1)

Onyeka Okongwu: 75 OVR (-1)

Rajon Rondo: 75 OVR (-1)

Malik Monk: 75 OVR (-1)

Austin Rivers: 75 OVR (-1)

Taj Gibson: 75 OVR (-1)

Alex Caruso: 75 OVR (-1)

Nickeil Alexander-Walker: 75 OVR (-1)

Lonnie Walker IV: 75 OVR (-1)

Torrey Craig: 75 OVR (+1)

Denzel Valentine: 75 OVR (+1)

Tomas Satoransky: 75 OVR (+1)

Justin Holiday: 75 OVR (+1)

Desmond Bane: 75 OVR (+2)

Justin Jackson: 75 OVR (+3)

Juan Toscano: 75 OVR (+3)

Aron Baynes: 74 OVR (-1)

P.J. Tucker: 74 OVR (-1)

Rodney Hood: 74 OVR (-1)

Bryn Forbes: 74 OVR (+1)

Jake Layman: 74 OVR (+1)

Jaylen Nowell: 74 OVR (+1)

Dylan Windler: 74 OVR (+2)

Kira Lewis Jr.: 74 OVR (+2)

Darius Miller: 74 OVR (+2)

Taurean Prince: 73 OVR (-2)

Furkan Korkmaz: 73 OVR (-1)

D.J. Augustin: 73 OVR (-1)

Isaac Okoro: 73 OVR (-1)

Andre Iguodala: 73 OVR (-1)

Stanley Johnson: 73 OVR (-1)

Danuel House: 73 OVR (-1)

Ben McLemore: 73 OVR (-1)

Josh Okogie: 73 OVR (-1)

Harry Giles III: 73 OVR (-1)

Semi Ojeleye: 73 OVR (+1)

Mychal Mulder: 73 OVR (+2)

Yuta Watanabe: 72 OVR (-2)

Jalen Smith: 72 OVR (-1)

Glenn Robinson III: 72 OVR (-1)

Terance Mann: 72 OVR (+1)

Zeke Nnaji: 72 OVR (+1)

Max Strus: 72 OVR (+3)

Damyean Dotson: 71 OVR (-1)

Gary Clark: 71 OVR (-1)

Skylar Mays: 71 OVR (+3)

Drew Eubanks: 71 OVR (+3)

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