Following our last post on “What is the Best Site to Buy NBA 2K23 MT?”, we’re bringing you new NBA 2K23 news about the Bulls’ starting ratings.
An “NBA 2K23 Leaks & Intel” Twitter account shared the Bulls starters’ NBA 2K23 overall ratings. The players included are Lonzo Ball, Zach LaVine, DeMar DeRozan, Patrick Williams, and Nikola Vucevic. The starting five are ranked as follows:
Lonzo Ball: 81
Lonzo Ball began NBA 2K22 with an overall score of 82, which dropped by this season. The Bulls’ point guard played only 35 games last season due to a knee injury, the fewest in his career. But he is having his finest season regarding field goal percentage, three-point steals per game, and blocks per game. When Ball was healthy, he helped the Bulls rank in the top-10 in offensive and defensive efficiency.
Zach LaVine: 86
Zach LaVine‘s splits from the previous season somewhat declined as he started the last campaign at 87 overall. Still, a large portion of this might be attributed to DeRozan’s arrival as a teammate and prolific scorer. He’s earned back-to-back NBA All-Star selections and damn near has averaged 25/5/5 in those seasons. He averaged 24.4 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 4.5 assists with 47.6/38.9/85.3 percent shooting split in the 2021-22 season. He helped lead the Bulls to their first playoff appearance since 2017.
DeMar DeRozan: 88
DeMar DeRozan is still the highest-rated Bull this season. The 32-year-old is averaging a career-high 28.1 points. He recently had a stretch of 35+ point games while shooting over 50 percent. Alongside Lavine, the two create a lethal one-two scoring punch rivaled by a few teams across the NBA.
Patrick Williams: 75
Patrick Williams began the NBA 2K23 as a 75 overall. The second-year forward missed most of the 2021-22 season due to injury. Williams entered the league with severe two-way potential. He can defend, shoot, and get to the rim. He has struggled most to look comfortable scoring the basketball. Whether in Summer League or his 35-point performance at the end of the regular season, he’s shown signs of a diverse offensive toolbox. He is also a capable 3-and-D player with a lifetime 3-point shooting percentage of 40%, and as the young forward attempts to advance in his third season, his total performance should improve.
Nikola Vucevic: 82
Nikola Vucevic, who currently has an 82, had shooting issues last season but still managed to average over 20 points per game. He was a truly rare center who climbed up the positional leaderboards thanks to a dedication to expanding his game in an era of pace and space basketball. And, don’t forget, he was also a player who provided the frame and post skills that every top center needs to possess. The 82 overall rating makes sense for the big man until he can prove he can return to NBA All-Star form.
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