The Warriors have been rated ... at least by NBA 2K20.
The video game released the ratings for every player and Steph Curry leads the Warriors with an overall rating of 95, including a league-leading three-point rating of 99. This is slightly below last year's rating, where he was a 97. Fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson is right behind him, with an overall rating of 89.
Newly-acquired guard D'Angelo Russell's 87 overall rating is slightly above Draymond Green, who boasts an 86.
Warriors 2k20 Player Ratings pic.twitter.com/34hBXhjeK5— r/Warriors (@GSWReddit) August 27, 2019
Rookie forward Eric Paschall not only received his first-ever rating, but also was more than happy to share it with the world:
Always dreamed to be in 2k! pic.twitter.com/Ak1PLXulEt— Eric Paschall (@epaschall) August 27, 2019
The ratings combine passing accuracy, durability, free throws, ability to draw fouls, etc. An article in Complex magazine stated developers consider "approximately 50 such attributes to get the complete picture of each player."
Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James and Clippers' Kawhi Leonard lead the league overall rating with a 97. For the rookie class, Pelicans big man Zion Williamon leads the way with an 81 overall rating.
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The game is set to launch Sept. 6.