The Los Angeles Lakers is still a few weeks away from the start of NBA season 2016-2017. Quite a while for the fans who are eagerly waiting for the return of their respective teams. NBA 2K17 player ratings leaks and reveals are still coming as the NBA 2K17 release draws near.
Julius Randle and team members player ratings
Julius Randle has an overall of 77 player rating, while D?Angelo Russell has 78, the highest on the team. Other team members had also revealed their player ratings, including Larry Nance Jr. with 75. Other team members are also expected to reveal theirs very soon.
Previous NBA 2K17 player ratings
LA?s Lou Williams and Luol Deng are expected to have a high rating?that might even exceed Russel?s rating. Last year?s NBA 2K16, Williams is rated at 80, while Deng is at 78. Still, the retired NBA legend, Kobe Bryant is expected to have the highest NBA 2K17 player ratings.
— Julius Randle (@J30_RANDLE) August 26, 2016
Bryant was also the highest rated on his team, he is rated at 85. He will also be the cover athlete of the Legends Edition of the game. Bryant was also featured in the game?s trailer along with his teammate Brandon Ingram.
Leaks, leaks everywhere
Last week, there have been leaks about Miami Heat?s players. The player ratings for the said team has been leaked by 2K?s own, Ronnie2K. Hassan Whiteside and Chris Bosh has the highest ratings on their team.
The game, NBA 2K17 is due to release on Sept. 20th. Pre-orders will grant the players the ability to access the game 4 days earlier. Standard Edition of the game will be covered by Indiana Pacers? Paul George.
NBA 2K17 will hit PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC platforms. A mobile version of the game is also expected for some time after the game?s official release. As the release of the game NBA 2K17 draws near, fans will know more.
The leaks for the game are still expected. Other teams are still being quiet about their own ratings. There?s still a few weeks before the game arrives, there will be more incoming. Especially NBA 2K17 player ratings, as it defines how a player will perform in-game.