NBA 2K17′ Player Ratings And Screenshots Revealed, The internet Reacts

Because the release date for the much-awaited “NBA 2K17” draws near, the players themselves have slowly revealed their respective player ratings and in-game screenshots on Twitter.

More than the weekend, the players have posted screenshots of their in-game personas around the social media site, accompanied by their respective player ratings inside the game.

Some fans have reacted more than the scores, saying that the ratings need to be higher. Tobias Harris, from Detroit Pistons, got a player rating of 78, and his fans believe he need to have had at least an 80.

2K is also having the flak from fans who consider that New York Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis was rated too low, finding only an 80 on “NBA 2K17.

Evan “Don’t Google” Fournier had no issues with his 78 rating,but his fans did have one thing to say about his googly-eyed character in the game.
Fournier look to be a great sport about it, having said that, that even he had produced entertaining of himself on Twitter. “I’m not certain who this guy in my 2K screenshot is,” Fournier cheekily wrote on his Twitter page. “He got my name and my jersey on even though.”

Another funny reaction is from 2016 dunk contest runner-up Aaron Gordon, from Orlando Magic. Gordon’s initial screenshot had his character facing away in the camera, but a further shot of him showed a really unrealistic pair of hairy armpits.

Gordon posted a side-by-side comparison on Twitter, and commented sarcastically that the model is quite close to his personal.

Here will be the rest on the player ratings revealed so far.

Quincy Acy 72

Justin Anderson 73

Kent Bazemore 78

Malik Beasley 69

Jaylen Brown 74

Isaiah Canaan 72

Willie Cauley-Stein 72

Marquese Chriss 71

Ian Clark 72

Jordan Clarkson 77

Mike Conley 85

Seth Curry 72

Dewayne Dedmon 74

Spencer Dinwiddie 69

Andre Drummond 87

Jared Dudley 76

Joel Embiid 77

Kay Felder 69

Evan Fournier 78

Rudy Gobert 81

Aaron Gordon 76

Tobias Harris 78

Brandon Jennings 75

Jonas Jerebko 73

Stanley Johnson 75

Sean Kilpatrick 72

Shelvin Mack 74

Patrick McCaw 69

CJ McCollum 83

Chris McCullough 70

Doug McDermott 74

Ben McLemore 72

Jordan McRae 70

Jodie Meeks 74

Emmanuel Mudiay 76

Dejounte Murray 70

Larry Nance Jr 75

Kristaps Porzingis 80

Taurean Prince 71

Julius Randle 77

Malachi Richardson 69

Josh Richardson 75

Glenn Robinson 70

D’Angelo Russell 79

Dario Saric 75

Dennis Schroeder 78

Ben Simmons 79

Marcus Smart 76

Jared Sullinger 77

Isaiah Thomas 85

Karl-Anthony Towns 88

Myles Turner 78

Denzel Valentine 73

Hassan Whiteside 85

Brandan Wright 76

Stephen Zimmerman 67

“NBA 2K17” will probably be out on September 16 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Playstation3, Xbox 360, and Pc for men and women who pre-ordered the game, and September 20 for everybody else.