Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Rashidi's NBA 2K16 Point Guard Ratings & Analysis

With NBA 2K17 just over the horizon, I've decided to dust myself off and offer my take on the state of NBA 2K's player ratings.

About a year and a half ago, I fell out of not just the roster scene but video games altogether.  I took a job that prevented me from watching basketball anywhere near as much as I'd like to.  When I wasn't working, I found myself out of the house, spending my days and nights playing Magic: The Gathering in various card/comic shops across NYC.  Almost overnight, I found myself more and more removed from the game of basketball, a sport I loved and followed for 20 years.

I also found my presence in the community to be mostly unnecessary.  Mike Stauffer took the NBA 2K roster editing position I had been angling/pining for the better part of a decade, and he didn't look back.  He's done of a heck of a job making the need for my voice largely irrelevant.  The 2K rosters are significantly cleaner and there is a clear ideology set in place.  The rosters aren't perfect (they never will be irrespective of who is in charge), but the various nitpicks are mostly due to a lack of time/labor hours given what 2K Sports is asking of him.

In a lot of respects, I have a unique take on the roster process.  Some have called me the grandfather of roster editing.  I'm the original NBA 2K roster editor, and it took years for anyone to get up to my level.  I sold my roster files on memory cards to make a buck in college - there are very few people who can say they pulled a profit from this particular hobby.  My historical and technical knowledge of 2K's rating/attribute history over the last 15 years is unparalleled by any amateur, and there are people who started tinkering with this game long after I did who now have jobs within the company.  It's not all roses though - while I've been doing this longer than anyone else, my editing process is largely outdated and I'm too stubborn to learn the modern editing tools that might make my life easier (and actually produce a roster file).  Just like Grandpa, except 40 years younger.

Overall, I'm largely content to let others get their time in the limelight.  The torch passed a few years ago and I have no desire to take it back.  I have fond memories of the people I met and the opportunities I generated from just sitting in front of a computer screen, forgetting about my day-to-day life, and just focusing in-depth on basketball...  So much so, that having found some free-time, I decided to give it a go, for old-time's sake.  For the younger generation, this is what Vintage Rashidi was all about.

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I edited the ratings for all 30 projected starting point guards for the 2016-17 season.  The listed difference is from the final NBA 2K16 roster.  They will be sorted by Overall in this checklist's order.

Questions about attribute decisions are welcome, and I will do my best to explain the reasoning.  There are certainly some that may not make sense but do have statistical basis (for example, a player's defensive effectiveness can vary from year-to-year based on a number of factors).  As usual, I use 2K's own formulas and scales wherever possible, and am extremely limited in my bias thanks to the cold, hard nature of numbers.

Collectively, these 30 players dropped 37 points in Overall rating.  This is mainly due to the 2K formula weighting "Draw Foul" too heavily.  Most PGs are simply rated too highly here.

1-10
92 (NC) Chris Paul (LAC): All-Around Superstar
91 (-5) Stephen Curry (GSW): Offensive Superstar
91 (-4) Russell Westbrook (OKC): Offensive Superstar
87 (+1) Kyle Lowry (TOR): All-Around Superstar
87 (-2) John Wall (WAS): Offensive Superstar
86 (-3) Damian Lillard (POR): Athletic Playmaker
85 (-1) Eric Bledsoe (PHX): All-Around Star
83 (-3) Isaiah Thomas (BOS): Playmaker
83 (-1) Kemba Walker (CHA): All-Around Point Guard
83 (NC) Reggie Jackson (DET): Offensive-Minded Point
11-20
83 (-5) Kyrie Irving (CLE): Scoring Machine
82 (-1) Mike Conley (MEM): All-Around Point Guard
81 (+2) Ricky Rubio (MIN): Crafty Playmaker
81 (+1) Darren Collison (SAC): Sharpshooter
80 (-2) Jrue Holiday (NOP): Playmaker
80 (-3) Rajon Rondo (CHI): All-Around Star
80 (+1) Tony Parker (SAS): Scoring Machine
79 (NC) Jeff Teague (IND): All-Around Point Guard
79 (-1) Goran Dragic (MIA): Crafty Finisher
79 (NC) Dennis Schroder (ATL): All-Around Point Guard
21-30
78 (NC) Deron Williams (DAL): All-Around Point Guard
77 (+1) Michael Carter-Williams (MIL): Crafty All-Around Point
77 (+1) George Hill (UTA): All-Around Point Guard
75 (-5) Derrick Rose (CHI): Offensive-Minded Point
75 (NC) Elfrid Payton (ORL): All-Around Point Guard
75 (-1) Jeremy Lin (BKN): All-Around Point Guard
75 (-1) Patrick Beverley (HOU): All-Around Point Guard
74 (-1) Emmanuel Mudiay (DEN): Pass-First Point
73 (-4) D'Angelo Russell (LAL): Offensive-Minded Point
73 (-1) Jerryd Bayless (PHI): Reliable Playmaker

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Chris Paul (PG)
All-Around Superstar
92 Overall



OFFENSE
82 Standing Layup (-13)
95 Driving Layup (-1)
70 Post Fade (+15)
45 Post Hook (+5)
65 Post Control (+17)
59 Draw Foul (-21)
99 Standing Close (+2)
99 Moving Close (+2)
89 Standing Mid
89 Moving Mid
83 Standing 3pt (+1)
83 Moving 3pt (+1)
90 Free Throw
99 Ball Control (+6)
99 Pass Vision (+1)
99 Pass IQ (+1)
99 Pass Accuracy (+1)
34 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
35 Driving Dunk (+8)
25 Contact Dunk
99 Shot IQ (+1)
99 Hands (+7)

DEFENSE
55 Defensive Rebound (+1)
39 Block (+4)
80 Shot Contest (-2)
89 Steal (+2)
90 On-Ball Defense (+5)
45 Low Post Defense (-25)
95 Reaction Time (+17)

ATHLETICISM
55 Boxout (+5)
92 Lateral Quickness
81 Speed
85 Acceleration
75 Vertical (-3)
60 Strength (+2)
88 Stamina (-9)
95 Hustle
85 Durability (-5)

INTANGIBLES
95 Pass Perception (+7)
80 Defensive Consistency (-5)
85 Pick &Roll Defense (-1)
85 Help Defense (+3)
99 Offensive Consistency (+1)
99 Emotion
95 Potential (+3)

2017 OUTLOOK Paul ranks 2nd among active players in career PER (behind LeBron James), and 6th all-time. He has the 2nd best assist rate in history behind John Stockton. It goes without saying that he's going to run a championship caliber offense until the wheels fall off.

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Stephen Curry (PG)
Offensive Superstar
91 Overall (-5)



OFFENSE
90 Standing Layup (-8)
99 Driving Layup (+2)
65 Post Fade (+13)
45 Post Hook (+10)
45 Post Control (+10)
50 Draw Foul (-42)
86 Standing Close (-8)
86 Moving Close (-7)
89 Standing Mid (-4)
89 Moving Mid (-3)
95 Standing 3pt (-4)
95 Moving 3pt (-2)
91 Free Throw (+1)
95 Ball Control (-3)
82 Pass Vision (-9)
93 Pass IQ (-5)
88 Pass Accuracy (-10)
40 Offensive Rebound (+4)
25 Standing Dunk
45 Driving Dunk (+9)
30 Contact Dunk (+5)
99 Shot IQ (+1)
99 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
59 Defensive Rebound (-2)
39 Block (+2)
70 Shot Contest (-12)
88 Steal (+2)
85 On-Ball Defense (+7)
55 Low Post Defense (+25)
95 Reaction Time (-2)

ATHLETICISM
59 Boxout (-5)
78 Lateral Quickness
89 Speed
96 Acceleration
75 Vertical (+2)
50 Strength (+2)
89 Stamina (-9)
95 Hustle (-3)
95 Durability (+2)

INTANGIBLES
95 Pass Perception
70 Defensive Consistency (-5)
85 Pick &Roll Defense (+3)
85 Help Defense (+1)
99 Offensive Consistency (+1)
99 Emotion
99 Potential (+3)

2017 OUTLOOK
Curry had the best regular season of any point guard, ever.  Injuries affected him in the playoffs, but he should be at full strength entering the season.  While the presence of Kevin Durant should lighten his load, it's reasonable to expect a dent in Curry's offensive efficiency as they figure things out.

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Russell Westbrook (PG)
Offensive Superstar (from All-Around Superstar)
91 Overall (-4)



OFFENSE
82 Standing Layup (-15)
99 Driving Layup (+2)
65 Post Fade (-11)
45 Post Hook
70 Post Control (+1)
79 Draw Foul (-15)
80 Standing Close (-5)
80 Moving Close (-6)
85 Standing Mid
85 Moving Mid (+1)
76 Standing 3pt
76 Moving 3pt (+1)
81 Free Throw (-3)
95 Ball Control (+1)
99 Pass Vision (+2)
95 Pass IQ (-2)
95 Pass Accuracy (-2)
55 Offensive Rebound (-5)
30 Standing Dunk
80 Driving Dunk (-10)
35 Contact Dunk
99 Shot IQ (+1)
99 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
70 Defensive Rebound (-8)
41 Block (+4)
80 Shot Contest (-8)
86 Steal (-2)
80 On-Ball Defense (-8)
60 Low Post Defense (+18)
95 Reaction Time (+1)

ATHLETICISM
70 Boxout (-12)
89 Lateral Quickness
98 Speed
97 Acceleration
85 Vertical
75 Strength (+1)
92 Stamina (-6)
95 Hustle (-3)
95 Durability

INTANGIBLES
90 Pass Perception (-2)
65 Defensive Consistency (-25)
80 Pick &Roll Defense (-4)
55 Help Defense (-31)
99 Offensive Consistency (+1)
99 Emotion
95 Potential

2017 OUTLOOK
With Durant in the rear view mirror, Westbrook is poised for an absurd statistical season, akin to 2015 when he had the highest Usage rate in NBA history.   He is the overwhelming favorite to lead the league in scoring - whether that translates to a playoff berth for the Oklahoma City Thunder is another story.

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Kyle Lowry (PG)
All-Around Superstar (from All-Around Star)
87 Overall (+1)



OFFENSE
83 Standing Layup (-2)
90 Driving Layup (+5)
55 Post Fade (+11)
50 Post Hook (+12)
45 Post Control (+5)
82 Draw Foul (+7)
73 Standing Close (+2)
73 Moving Close (+1)
75 Standing Mid (+3)
75 Moving Mid (+2)
85 Standing 3pt (+5)
83 Moving 3pt (+3)
81 Free Throw (+2)
90 Ball Control (+4)
78 Pass Vision (-4)
90 Pass IQ
86 Pass Accuracy
36 Offensive Rebound (-1)
25 Standing Dunk
25 Driving Dunk
25 Contact Dunk
97 Shot IQ (+6)
95 Hands

DEFENSE
56 Defensive Rebound (-1)
45 Block (-6)
80 Shot Contest (-10)
86 Steal (+1)
90 On-Ball Defense (+3)
40 Low Post Defense (-18)
90 Reaction Time (-2)

ATHLETICISM
56 Boxout (-6)
93 Lateral Quickness
88 Speed
89 Acceleration
70 Vertical (-2)
70 Strength
93 Stamina (-3)
95 Hustle
90 Durability (-5)

INTANGIBLES
95 Pass Perception
70 Defensive Consistency (-20)
85 Pick &Roll Defense (-1)
85 Help Defense (+1)
99 Offensive Consistency (+14)
25 Emotion
90 Potential (+4)

2017 OUTLOOK
Quietly a two-time All-Star, Lowry isn't the flashiest name but he is the reason the Raptors have been a stable organization and rising playoff team since the day they acquired him.  There are a few bigger names on this list who can't say the same.  Expect more of the same for Lowry and the Raptors, who anxiously await a rematch with Cleveland.

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John Wall (PG)
Offensive Superstar (from All-Around Superstar)
87 Overall (-2)



OFFENSE
82 Standing Layup (-10)
90 Driving Layup (-3)
70 Post Fade (+13)
35 Post Hook
45 Post Control (+3)
51 Draw Foul (-26)
69 Standing Close (-3)
69 Moving Close (-3)
74 Standing Mid
74 Moving Mid (+2)
81 Standing 3pt (+3)
79 Moving 3pt (+1)
79 Free Throw (+1)
90 Ball Control (+4)
97 Pass Vision (+4)
96 Pass IQ
91 Pass Accuracy
34 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
70 Driving Dunk (-16)
35 Contact Dunk
99 Shot IQ (+4)
99 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
60 Defensive Rebound
52 Block (-5)
80 Shot Contest (+4)
80 Steal (+3)
80 On-Ball Defense (-6)
50 Low Post Defense (+12)
75 Reaction Time (-1)

ATHLETICISM
60 Boxout (+5)
86 Lateral Quickness
97 Speed
90 Acceleration
88 Vertical
60 Strength (-1)
94 Stamina (-4)
95 Hustle
90 Durability

INTANGIBLES
90 Pass Perception (-2)
60 Defensive Consistency (-25)
85 Pick &Roll Defense
80 Help Defense (-2)
80 Offensive Consistency (-10)
99 Emotion
90 Potential (+1)

2017 OUTLOOK
Long considered a flaw in his game, Wall improved his 3pt shot considerably.  His mid-range game still needs work, as evidenced by Wall's poor numbers in the Pick & Roll (0.73 PPP, 38th Percentile).  His inconsistent production here has capped his individual growth and the team's overall progression.

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Damian Lillard (PG)
Athletic Playmaker (from Offensive Superstar)
86 Overall (-3)



OFFENSE
75 Standing Layup (-18)
85 Driving Layup (-6)
60 Post Fade (+20)
40 Post Hook (+10)
45 Post Control (+3)
63 Draw Foul (-29)
68 Standing Close (-7)
68 Moving Close (-6)
81 Standing Mid (+2)
81 Moving Mid (+3)
86 Standing 3pt
86 Moving 3pt (+1)
89 Free Throw
95 Ball Control (+5)
82 Pass Vision (-4)
90 Pass IQ (-5)
86 Pass Accuracy (-5)
34 Offensive Rebound (-1)
25 Standing Dunk
55 Driving Dunk (-30)
35 Contact Dunk
99 Shot IQ (+1)
99 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
51 Defensive Rebound (-1)
43 Block (-2)
75 Shot Contest (-3)
60 Steal
75 On-Ball Defense (+2)
45 Low Post Defense (+20)
65 Reaction Time (-5)

ATHLETICISM
51 Boxout (-11)
69 Lateral Quickness
88 Speed
93 Acceleration
90 Vertical (+1)
65 Strength (-1)
95 Stamina (+4)
95 Hustle
99 Durability (+1)

INTANGIBLES
65 Pass Perception (-12)
30 Defensive Consistency (-40)
70 Pick &Roll Defense (-8)
60 Help Defense (-12)
99 Offensive Consistency (+1)
99 Emotion
90 Potential (+1)

2017 OUTLOOK
Lillard carried a bunch of no-names to the second round of the playoffs.  While his season-long performance was at times "Curry-esque", the same could not be said of his putrid defense.  This isn't all on Lillard though, who has had to carry the team.  The Blazers need another player (besides C.J. McCollum) to step up and lighten Lillard's offensive load, providing him the breather he needs to give an acceptable defensive effort.

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Eric Bledsoe (PG)
All-Around Star (from Lockdown Defender)
85 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (-8)
85 Driving Layup (+1)
40 Post Fade
30 Post Hook (+5)
35 Post Control (+7)
70 Draw Foul (-7)
87 Standing Close (+2)
87 Moving Close (+2)
84 Standing Mid (+2)
84 Moving Mid (+1)
83 Standing 3pt (+2)
83 Moving 3pt (+2)
80 Free Throw
90 Ball Control (+4)
80 Pass Vision (+5)
88 Pass IQ
82 Pass Accuracy
34 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
55 Driving Dunk (-18)
45 Contact Dunk
98 Shot IQ (+2)
90 Hands (+2)

DEFENSE
53 Defensive Rebound (-8)
50 Block (-5)
75 Shot Contest (-2)
86 Steal (+3)
90 On-Ball Defense (+2)
40 Low Post Defense
75 Reaction Time (-2)

ATHLETICISM
53 Boxout (+3)
88 Lateral Quickness
88 Speed
89 Acceleration
90 Vertical (+2)
55 Strength
89 Stamina (+4)
95 Hustle (-1)
75 Durability (-2)

INTANGIBLES
80 Pass Perception (-2)
60 Defensive Consistency (-25)
80 Pick &Roll Defense (-5)
90 Help Defense (+6)
70 Offensive Consistency (-25)
25 Emotion
90 Potential (+4)

2017 OUTLOOK
Bledsoe has missed 91 games in three years with the Suns, including 51 last season.  The Suns were 12-19 with Bledsoe last season, and 9-40 without him; he is clearly a valued piece of their core.  He'll simply look to remain healthy as the team rebuilds around him.

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Isaiah Thomas (PG)
Playmaker (from Offensive-Minded Point)
83 Overall (-3)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (-14)
90 Driving Layup (-4)
45 Post Fade (+5)
45 Post Hook (+20)
30 Post Control (+5)
79 Draw Foul (-10)
68 Standing Close (+1)
68 Moving Close
71 Standing Mid (-7)
71 Moving Mid (-7)
82 Standing 3pt (+3)
80 Moving 3pt (+1)
87 Free Throw
90 Ball Control (-1)
81 Pass Vision (-4)
85 Pass IQ (-9)
85 Pass Accuracy (-10)
34 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
25 Driving Dunk (-2)
25 Contact Dunk
99 Shot IQ (+1)
99 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
45 Defensive Rebound
38 Block (+8)
60 Shot Contest
68 Steal (+5)
80 On-Ball Defense (+11)
45 Low Post Defense (+20)
60 Reaction Time

ATHLETICISM
45 Boxout (+13)
64 Lateral Quickness
87 Speed
94 Acceleration
85 Vertical (+4)
50 Strength (+5)
92 Stamina (-5)
95 Hustle (-2)
95 Durability (-2)

INTANGIBLES
60 Pass Perception
40 Defensive Consistency (-20)
85 Pick & Roll Defense (+15)
75 Help Defense (+7)
85 Offensive Consistency (-10)
99 Emotion
90 Potential (+4)

2017 OUTLOOK
Thomas is one of my favorite players to watch in the league.  If Al Horford's pick & roll prowess can help Thomas re-capture the touch he had on his mid-range shot with the Sacramento Kings, the Celtics are going to be scary.

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Kemba Walker (PG)
All-Around Point Guard (from All-Around Star)
83 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (-14)
85 Driving Layup (-5)
60 Post Fade
30 Post Hook (+2)
35 Post Control
65 Draw Foul (-22)
71 Standing Close (-1)
71 Moving Close (-2)
75 Standing Mid (+1)
75 Moving Mid
84 Standing 3pt (+4)
84 Moving 3pt (+4)
85 Free Throw
90 Ball Control (+2)
72 Pass Vision
88 Pass IQ
94 Pass Accuracy
35 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
30 Driving Dunk
25 Contact Dunk
98 Shot IQ (+1)
99 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
54 Defensive Rebound (+1)
46 Block (-4)
80 Shot Contest (+5)
76 Steal (+7)
75 On-Ball Defense
50 Low Post Defense (+18)
75 Reaction Time

ATHLETICISM
54 Boxout (+4)
75 Lateral Quickness
83 Speed
88 Acceleration
80 Vertical (-1)
50 Strength
92 Stamina (-1)
90 Hustle
90 Durability (+5)

INTANGIBLES
75 Pass Perception (-2)
55 Defensive Consistency (-5)
80 Pick & Roll Defense (+2)
80 Help Defense (+8)
85 Offensive Consistency (-13)
99 Emotion
85 Potential (+1)

2017 OUTLOOK
Kemba is coming off a breakout season, but he may be poised for another one after the team parted ways with lumbering Al Jefferson (2nd on the team in Usage rate).  The Hornets will look to run even more, while the growth of Frank Kaminsky as a stretch-big should open up the court even more for Walker to operate.

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Reggie Jackson (PG)
Offensive-Minded Point
83 Overall (NC)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (-5)
90 Driving Layup (-2)
50 Post Fade (+2)
50 Post Hook (+25)
35 Post Control (+7)
54 Draw Foul (-21)
85 Standing Close (+3)
85 Moving Close (+2)
69 Standing Mid (-11)
69 Moving Mid (-9)
80 Standing 3pt (+1)
80 Moving 3pt (+1)
86 Free Throw
95 Ball Control (+10)
85 Pass Vision (+4)
89 Pass IQ
88 Pass Accuracy
38 Offensive Rebound (+2)
25 Standing Dunk
55 Driving Dunk (-14)
30 Contact Dunk (+4)
99 Shot IQ (+9)
85 Hands

DEFENSE
48 Defensive Rebound (+1)
38 Block (+6)
65 Shot Contest (+2)
60 Steal (+1)
75 On-Ball Defense (+1)
40 Low Post Defense (-9)
65 Reaction Time (+2)

ATHLETICISM
48 Boxout (-17)
74 Lateral Quickness
85 Speed
90 Acceleration
85 Vertical
60 Strength (+12)
92 Stamina (-3)
85 Hustle
90 Durability (+6)

INTANGIBLES
60 Pass Perception (+1)
40 Defensive Consistency (-30)
80 Pick & Roll Defense (+8)
80 Help Defense (+10)
90 Offensive Consistency (+10)
99 Emotion
85 Potential (+2)

2017 OUTLOOK
Jackson quickly assimilated from sixth man combo guard to full-time point guard.  He could stand to improve his defensive effort as the Pistons look to make it to the next level.

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Kyrie Irving (PG)
Scoring Machine (from Offensive Superstar)
83 Overall (-5)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (-12)
90 Driving Layup (-1)
75 Post Fade (+11)
45 Post Hook (+10)
50 Post Control (+10)
43 Draw Foul (-30)
91 Standing Close (+4)
91 Moving Close (+3)
93 Standing Mid (-4)
93 Moving Mid (-4)
82 Standing 3pt (-1)
82 Moving 3pt (-1)
89 Free Throw (+4)
95 Ball Control (-3)
73 Pass Vision
77 Pass IQ (-5)
79 Pass Accuracy (-5)
40 Offensive Rebound (-2)
25 Standing Dunk
35 Driving Dunk (+5)
25 Contact Dunk
99 Shot IQ (+5)
99 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
44 Defensive Rebound
44 Block (+2)
75 Shot Contest (+1)
68 Steal (+5)
65 On-Ball Defense (-7)
55 Low Post Defense (+23)
75 Reaction Time (+1)

ATHLETICISM
44 Boxout
72 Lateral Quickness
87 Speed
95 Acceleration
80 Vertical (-1)
50 Strength (+13)
92 Stamina (-5)
80 Hustle (-5)
75 Durability (-6)

INTANGIBLES
70 Pass Perception (-11)
35 Defensive Consistency (-20)
70 Pick &Roll Defense (-1)
55 Help Defense (-19)
75 Offensive Consistency (-23)
25 Emotion
90 Potential (-1)

2017 OUTLOOK
Kyrie started the season slowly as he recovered from injury, and really hit his stride late in the year.  That said, as is the case with many guards in this tier, his defense leaves a lot to be desired and is the biggest obstacle he'll need to overcome if he hopes to reach the MVP-caliber ranks of a Steph Curry or Chris Paul.

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Mike Conley (PG)
All-Around Point Guard
82 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
75 Standing Layup (-9)
85 Driving Layup (+3)
40 Post Fade
25 Post Hook
30 Post Control (+1)
65 Draw Foul (+2)
81 Standing Close (-2)
81 Moving Close (-2)
75 Standing Mid
73 Moving Mid (-2)
82 Standing 3pt (+3)
76 Moving 3pt (-3)
83 Free Throw
90 Ball Control (+3)
81 Pass Vision (+4)
93 Pass IQ
92 Pass Accuracy
33 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
35 Driving Dunk (+5)
25 Contact Dunk
93 Shot IQ (+18)
90 Hands (+2)

DEFENSE
49 Defensive Rebound
43 Block (-2)
75 Shot Contest (-1)
73 Steal (+8)
85 On-Ball Defense (-2)
35 Low Post Defense (+4)
75 Reaction Time (-1)

ATHLETICISM
49 Boxout (+11)
85 Lateral Quickness
83 Speed
86 Acceleration
85 Vertical (-10)
50 Strength (+10)
86 Stamina (-8)
85 Hustle
80 Durability (-2)

INTANGIBLES
80 Pass Perception
80 Defensive Consistency (-20)
65 Pick &Roll Defense (-20)
80 Help Defense
85 Offensive Consistency (+25)
25 Emotion
85 Potential

2017 OUTLOOK
Conley landed the biggest contract in NBA history this off-season (5 years, 150 million), making him the posterboy for the NBA's new cap structure.  I don't have a problem with the dollars, and neither should you.  Starting pitchers in MLB make 30 million dollars per year, and they only play in 20% of their team's games.   Conley is going to lock down the PG position (arguably the most important position in the NBA) for the foreseeable future in Memphis, a city/team which isn't exactly a hotbed for free agents to begin with.  Conley will continue to produce at a borderline All-Star level and lead a team that hasn't missed the playoffs in five seasons.

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Ricky Rubio (PG)
Crafty Playmaker
81 Overall (+2)



OFFENSE
72 Standing Layup (+1)
75 Driving Layup (-2)
40 Post Fade
25 Post Hook
30 Post Control (+4)
99 Draw Foul (+31)
48 Standing Close (-15)
48 Moving Close (-15)
77 Standing Mid (+3)
75 Moving Mid (+1)
78 Standing 3pt (+3)
70 Moving 3pt
85 Free Throw
85 Ball Control
92 Pass Vision (+3)
92 Pass IQ (+5)
92 Pass Accuracy (+5)
35 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
25 Driving Dunk
25 Contact Dunk
82 Shot IQ (-6)
95 Hands

DEFENSE
61 Defensive Rebound
39 Block (+7)
75 Shot Contest (-1)
95 Steal (+7)
60 On-Ball Defense (-21)
35 Low Post Defense (+3)
85 Reaction Time (+3)

ATHLETICISM
61 Boxout (+11)
78 Lateral Quickness
75 Speed
81 Acceleration
60 Vertical
45 Strength (+18)
86 Stamina (-2)
80 Hustle (+7)
75 Durability (-2)

INTANGIBLES
95 Pass Perception (+5)
75 Defensive Consistency (+10)
80 Pick &Roll Defense (+6)
90 Help Defense (+14)
80 Offensive Consistency (+10)
25 Emotion
85 Potential (+6)

2017 OUTLOOK
With Minnesota drafting Kris Dunn, some expect Rubio to be traded, but that would probably be a mistake as he enters his prime.  Rubio's inability to score in the Pick and Roll (0.69 PPP, 30th Percentile) damage his overall effectiveness, but no other guard in the league short of Chris Paul possesses his elite passing and defensive skill.

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Darren Collison (PG)
Sharpshooter
81 Overall (+1)



OFFENSE
86 Standing Layup (+11)
80 Driving Layup (+3)
55 Post Fade (+5)
25 Post Hook
35 Post Control (+3)
58 Draw Foul (-2)
88 Standing Close (+3)
88 Moving Close (+3)
90 Standing Mid (+5)
90 Moving Mid (+5)
86 Standing 3pt (+1)
80 Moving 3pt (-5)
86 Free Throw (+1)
80 Ball Control (-3)
64 Pass Vision (-2)
80 Pass IQ
80 Pass Accuracy
32 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
45 Driving Dunk
30 Contact Dunk (+4)
85 Shot IQ (-5)
75 Hands (-1)

DEFENSE
42 Defensive Rebound (+1)
36 Block (+9)
65 Shot Contest (-7)
67 Steal (+4)
90 On-Ball Defense (+8)
40 Low Post Defense (+6)
70 Reaction Time (-2)

ATHLETICISM
42 Boxout (+2)
80 Lateral Quickness
88 Speed
89 Acceleration
75 Vertical (+3)
50 Strength (+1)
92 Stamina (+4)
80 Hustle
85 Durability (+1)

INTANGIBLES
65 Pass Perception
35 Defensive Consistency (-20)
75 Pick & Roll Defense (-6)
65 Help Defense (-5)
75 Offensive Consistency (+5)
25 Emotion
85 Potential (+5)

2017 OUTLOOK
Collison was easily the best backup PG in basketball last season, and will get his opportunity to start again with only the corpse of Ty Lawson around to contend for minutes..

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Jrue Holiday (PG/SG)
Playmaker (from All-Around Point Guard)
80 Overall (-2)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (-6)
85 Driving Layup (+1)
70 Post Fade (-2)
30 Post Hook
45 Post Control (+5)
46 Draw Foul (-13)
87 Standing Close (+5)
87 Moving Close (+5)
73 Standing Mid (-9)
73 Moving Mid (-8)
80 Standing 3pt (+4)
80 Moving 3pt (+5)
84 Free Throw
90 Ball Control (+4)
87 Pass Vision (+4)
85 Pass IQ
80 Pass Accuracy
33 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
50 Driving Dunk (+10)
30 Contact Dunk (+4)
99 Shot IQ (+5)
95 Hands

DEFENSE
51 Defensive Rebound
45 Block (-5)
70 Shot Contest (-3)
79 Steal (+6)
75 On-Ball Defense (-6)
45 Low Post Defense (+11)
75 Reaction Time (-2)

ATHLETICISM
51 Boxout (+12)
75 Lateral Quickness
78 Speed
84 Acceleration
70 Vertical (+2)
55 Strength (+6)
82 Stamina (-8)
85 Hustle (-1)
75 Durability (-2)

INTANGIBLES
70 Pass Perception (-2)
50 Defensive Consistency (-20)
65 Pick &Roll Defense (-15)
75 Help Defense (+2)
80 Offensive Consistency (-10)
25 Emotion
85 Potential (+3)

2017 OUTLOOK
Holiday is expected to miss the start of the season as his pregnant wife deals with a brain tumor.  It's been a rough go for Holiday, who has played well in New Orleans but has struggled to stay on the court.  Once his family situation has sorted out, he could be in line for a big year with Eric Gordon gone and Tyreke Evans sidelined indefinitely.

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Rajon Rondo (PG)
All-Around Star (from All-Around Superstar)
80 Overall (-3)



OFFENSE
86 Standing Layup (-5)
90 Driving Layup (-2)
55 Post Fade (+15)
55 Post Hook (+10)
45 Post Control
38 Draw Foul (-10)
74 Standing Close (+1)
74 Moving Close (+1)
67 Standing Mid (-3)
67 Moving Mid (-3)
82 Standing 3pt (+3)
76 Moving 3pt (+3)
58 Free Throw (+1)
85 Ball Control
98 Pass Vision (+3)
92 Pass IQ
90 Pass Accuracy
42 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
40 Driving Dunk (+10)
30 Contact Dunk (+5)
86 Shot IQ (+7)
95 Hands

DEFENSE
63 Defensive Rebound
38 Block (+6)
70 Shot Contest (-8)
83 Steal (+6)
65 On-Ball Defense (-24)
35 Low Post Defense (-1)
80 Reaction Time (+2)

ATHLETICISM
63 Boxout (-7)
87 Lateral Quickness
85 Speed
88 Acceleration
80 Vertical (-2)
50 Strength (+2)
90 Stamina (+2)
90 Hustle
75 Durability (+2)

INTANGIBLES
85 Pass Perception (-10)
55 Defensive Consistency (-30)
80 Pick &Roll Defense (-8)
60 Help Defense (-29)
65 Offensive Consistency (+5)
99 Emotion
90 Potential (+7)

2017 OUTLOOK
Rajon Rondo quietly shot 62-170 (37%) from three-point range last season, after shooting 128-487 (26%) over the first nine seasons of his career.   He NEEDS this to not be a fluke if he is going to have any modicum of success next to Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler in Chicago.

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Tony Parker (PG)
Scoring Machine (from Offensive-Minded Point)
80 Overall (+1)



OFFENSE
84 Standing Layup (+1)
90 Driving Layup (+4)
60 Post Fade (+2)
30 Post Hook
50 Post Control (-8)
48 Draw Foul (-15)
85 Standing Close (-1)
85 Moving Close
92 Standing Mid (+7)
92 Moving Mid (+7)
84 Standing 3pt (+3)
76 Moving 3pt (-1)
76 Free Throw (-2)
90 Ball Control (+4)
76 Pass Vision (+4)
82 Pass IQ
79 Pass Accuracy
30 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
25 Driving Dunk
25 Contact Dunk
85 Shot IQ (-12)
95 Hands

DEFENSE
47 Defensive Rebound
39 Block (+2)
70 Shot Contest (-3)
64 Steal (+3)
65 On-Ball Defense (-5)
35 Low Post Defense (-19)
75 Reaction Time (+2)

ATHLETICISM
47 Boxout (+9)
65 Lateral Quickness
84 Speed
86 Acceleration
70 Vertical (-6)
45 Strength (+11)
83 Stamina
70 Hustle (-2)
75 Durability (-11)

INTANGIBLES
75 Pass Perception
50 Defensive Consistency (-25)
75 Pick & Roll Defense (+4)
80 Help Defense (+6)
60 Offensive Consistency (+10)
25 Emotion
90 Potential (+1)

2017 OUTLOOK
Parker is obviously on the decline given his age, but the entire team could struggle a bit in their first season without Tim Duncan.  Given what Duncan has meant to the team's defense throughout the years, and that Pau Gasol is now manning the middle, it could mean the defensive deficiencies of Spurs like Parker get exposed more frequently.

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Jeff Teague (PG)
All-Around Point Guard (from Two-Way Point)
79 Overall (NC)



OFFENSE
77 Standing Layup (+1)
85 Driving Layup (+8)
40 Post Fade
35 Post Hook (+2)
50 Post Control (+21)
63 Draw Foul (-7)
76 Standing Close (-3)
76 Moving Close (-4)
52 Standing Mid (-18)
52 Moving Mid (-19)
84 Standing 3pt (+5)
82 Moving 3pt (+4)
84 Free Throw
90 Ball Control (+9)
83 Pass Vision (+2)
85 Pass IQ
81 Pass Accuracy
33 Offensive Rebound (-1)
25 Standing Dunk
45 Driving Dunk (-20)
30 Contact Dunk
96 Shot IQ (+16)
85 Hands (+3)

DEFENSE
47 Defensive Rebound (+1)
43 Block (-2)
75 Shot Contest
74 Steal (+5)
65 On-Ball Defense (-13)
45 Low Post Defense (+20)
75 Reaction Time

ATHLETICISM
47 Boxout (+16)
76 Lateral Quickness
84 Speed
89 Acceleration
75 Vertical (+2)
65 Strength (+1)
84 Stamina (-1)
80 Hustle
85 Durability

INTANGIBLES
75 Pass Perception (+1)
40 Defensive Consistency (-25)
85 Pick & Roll Defense (+13)
85 Help Defense (+11)
65 Offensive Consistency
65 Emotion
85 Potential (+2)

2017 OUTLOOK
Teague regressed from his All-Star 2015 season, and may have felt Dennis Schroder creeping down his back.  I'm not sure how well he pairs with Monta Ellis in the backcourt, but he should be a much needed-jolt for a deep, veteran Pacers team.

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Goran Dragic (PG)
Crafty Finisher
79 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
86 Standing Layup (-3)
95 Driving Layup (+7)
50 Post Fade (-10)
50 Post Hook (+25)
40 Post Control (+1)
37 Draw Foul (-21)
83 Standing Close (-3)
83 Moving Close (-3)
89 Standing Mid (+7)
89 Moving Mid (+7)
78 Standing 3pt (-1)
74 Moving 3pt (-5)
73 Free Throw (+2)
85 Ball Control (+5)
76 Pass Vision
88 Pass IQ
80 Pass Accuracy
39 Offensive Rebound (+3)
25 Standing Dunk
35 Driving Dunk (-10)
25 Contact Dunk
82 Shot IQ (-12)
90 Hands

DEFENSE
51 Defensive Rebound
41 Block (+6)
70 Shot Contest (-2)
65 Steal (+3)
60 On-Ball Defense (-13)
40 Low Post Defense (+8)
75 Reaction Time (-1)

ATHLETICISM
51 Boxout (+10)
71 Lateral Quickness
78 Speed
80 Acceleration
70 Vertical (-2)
50 Strength (+6)
89 Stamina (+2)
85 Hustle
85 Durability (-2)

INTANGIBLES
70 Pass Perception
65 Defensive Consistency (-5)
85 Pick & Roll Defense (+11)
90 Help Defense (+16)
70 Offensive Consistency (-15)
25 Emotion
85 Potential (+4)

2017 OUTLOOK
With Dwyane Wade out of the picture in Miami, nearly all of the team's ball-handling responsibility falls to Dragic.  He'll look to recapture the magic he had in 2014 when he earned All-NBA Third Team and lead a team of no-names to the western playoffs.

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Dennis Schroder (PG)
All-Around Point Guard (from Offensive-Minded Point)
79 Overall (NC)



OFFENSE
76 Standing Layup (-9)
85 Driving Layup (-1)
40 Post Fade (+2)
25 Post Hook
25 Post Control (-2)
47 Draw Foul (-24)
70 Standing Close (+6)
70 Moving Close (+7)
83 Standing Mid
83 Moving Mid (+1)
79 Standing 3pt (+2)
75 Moving 3pt (+2)
79 Free Throw (-2)
90 Ball Control (+8)
85 Pass Vision (+2)
82 Pass IQ
81 Pass Accuracy
34 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
40 Driving Dunk (-5)
30 Contact Dunk (+5)
95 Shot IQ (+12)
95 Hands

DEFENSE
54 Defensive Rebound (-1)
39 Block (+4)
65 Shot Contest (+1)
74 Steal (+7)
90 On-Ball Defense (+18)
55 Low Post Defense (+21)
70 Reaction Time (+6)

ATHLETICISM
54 Boxout (+29)
68 Lateral Quickness
84 Speed
90 Acceleration
73 Vertical (+1)
46 Strength
84 Stamina (-9)
90 Hustle
85 Durability (+6)

INTANGIBLES
75 Pass Perception (+8)
55 Defensive Consistency (-10)
70 Pick & Roll Defense (-3)
60 Help Defense (-12)
65 Offensive Consistency (-10)
65 Emotion
85 Potential (+6)

2017 OUTLOOK
With Jeff Teague gone, the lane is clear for Schroder to start and he's the favorite to earn the NBA's Most Improved Player award.

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Deron Williams (PG/SG)
All-Around Point Guard (from Offensive-Minded Point)
78 Overall (NC)



OFFENSE
79 Standing Layup (+5)
80 Driving Layup (-1)
75 Post Fade (-2)
40 Post Hook (-2)
60 Post Control (+2)
53 Draw Foul (-16)
81 Standing Close (-1)
81 Moving Close
82 Standing Mid (+2)
80 Moving Mid (+2)
81 Standing 3pt (+3)
75 Moving 3pt (-1)
87 Free Throw
85 Ball Control (-2)
76 Pass Vision (+2)
88 Pass IQ
84 Pass Accuracy
30 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
35 Driving Dunk (-10)
30 Contact Dunk (+5)
84 Shot IQ (+6)
90 Hands

DEFENSE
48 Defensive Rebound (+1)
41 Block (+1)
70 Shot Contest (-2)
65 Steal (+4)
85 On-Ball Defense (+17)
55 Low Post Defense (+4)
70 Reaction Time (-2)

ATHLETICISM
48 Boxout (+13)
68 Lateral Quickness
73 Speed
80 Acceleration
70 Vertical (+1)
65 Strength (-4)
88 Stamina (-7)
75 Hustle (-3)
75 Durability (-5)

INTANGIBLES
60 Pass Perception (-2)
60 Defensive Consistency (+10)
75 Pick & Roll Defense
80 Help Defense (+13)
60 Offensive Consistency
25 Emotion
90 Potential (+8)

2017 OUTLOOK
While Williams might be the starter in Dallas, it's questionable whether he is more effective than his backup, J.J. Barea.  Five years removed from his last All-Star selection, it's safe to say we're never seeing consistent elite play from D-Will ever again.

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Michael Carter-Williams (PG)
Crafty All-Around Point (from Two-WayPoint)
77 Overall (+1)



OFFENSE
78 Standing Layup (+6)
80 Driving Layup (+5)
55 Post Fade (-7)
60 Post Hook (+10)
50 Post Control (-1)
58 Draw Foul (+4)
85 Standing Close
85 Moving Close
75 Standing Mid
73 Moving Mid (-2)
72 Standing 3pt (+2)
66 Moving 3pt (-3)
65 Free Throw (-1)
85 Ball Control (+7)
73 Pass Vision
82 Pass IQ
76 Pass Accuracy
42 Offensive Rebound
40 Standing Dunk
70 Driving Dunk (+10)
35 Contact Dunk (+5)
74 Shot IQ (-1)
85 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
65 Defensive Rebound
56 Block (-4)
80 Shot Contest (+10)
80 Steal (+3)
85 On-Ball Defense (+4)
50 Low Post Defense (-8)
70 Reaction Time

ATHLETICISM
65 Boxout (+13)
81 Lateral Quickness
76 Speed
77 Acceleration
75 Vertical
50 Strength (+12)
86 Stamina (-1)
85 Hustle (+1)
80 Durability (+1)

INTANGIBLES
80 Pass Perception (+10)
60 Defensive Consistency (-5)
90 Pick & Roll Defense (+8)
80 Help Defense (+1)
45 Offensive Consistency (-15)
65 Emotion
80 Potential (-1)

2017 OUTLOOK
MCW may very well lose his starting job to Matthew Dellavedova.  The team needs a shooter who can play next to the Greek Freak, who is expected to run the offense on the heels of his own breakout season.

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George Hill (PG)
All-Around Point Guard (from Offensive-Minded Point)
77 Overall (+1)



OFFENSE
83 Standing Layup (+8)
80 Driving Layup (+4)
50 Post Fade (-11)
35 Post Hook (+2)
45 Post Control (+7)
41 Draw Foul (-29)
77 Standing Close (-5)
77 Moving Close (-3)
76 Standing Mid (+6)
76 Moving Mid (+6)
87 Standing 3pt (+4)
81 Moving 3pt (-2)
76 Free Throw (-1)
80 Ball Control
59 Pass Vision (+1)
84 Pass IQ
83 Pass Accuracy
38 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
50 Driving Dunk (+5)
30 Contact Dunk (+4)
70 Shot IQ (-12)
85 Hands

DEFENSE
50 Defensive Rebound
40 Block (+3)
70 Shot Contest (+4)
67 Steal (+5)
90 On-Ball Defense (+20)
35 Low Post Defense (+10)
70 Reaction Time (+4)

ATHLETICISM
50 Boxout (+1)
67 Lateral Quickness
79 Speed
80 Acceleration
90 Vertical (+2)
55 Strength (+3)
89 Stamina (-3)
75 Hustle (+1)
80 Durability (+6)

INTANGIBLES
70 Pass Perception
60 Defensive Consistency (+10)
85 Pick & Roll Defense (+14)
65 Help Defense (-5)
60 Offensive Consistency (-10)
25 Emotion
80 Potential (+2)

2017 SEASON
Hill had a superb 2015 season when Paul George was sidelined, but went back to being a fourth option in a spot-up role last season.  Now playing for the Utah Jazz, will Hill be able to re-capture that level of play for a team that has desperately needed a PG?  Or will they utilize him entirely off the ball and run things through Gordan Hayward?  Time will tell, but make no mistake, Hill is a major sleeper for the upcoming season.

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Derrick Rose (PG)
Offensive-Minded Point (from Athletic Finisher)
75 Overall (-5)



OFFENSE
74 Standing Layup (-10)
80 Driving Layup (-6)
60 Post Fade (+5)
60 Post Hook (+5)
40 Post Control (-15)
34 Draw Foul (-16)
91 Standing Close (+7)
91 Moving Close (+7)
73 Standing Mid (-6)
73 Moving Mid (-5)
74 Standing 3pt (+1)
66 Moving 3pt (-7)
79 Free Throw
90 Ball Control (+2)
72 Pass Vision
75 Pass IQ (-5)
72 Pass Accuracy (-10)
37 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
35 Driving Dunk
30 Contact Dunk
87 Shot IQ (-4)
85 Hands

DEFENSE
47 Defensive Rebound
40 Block (+3)
75 Shot Contest (-4)
59 Steal (+1)
75 On-Ball Defense (-1)
40 Low Post Defense (-10)
80 Reaction Time (+1)

ATHLETICISM
47 Boxout (-2)
73 Lateral Quickness
95 Speed
91 Acceleration
85 Vertical (-4)
60 Strength (-4)
87 Stamina (-1)
80 Hustle (-12)
60 Durability (+1)

INTANGIBLES
55 Pass Perception (-9)
30 Defensive Consistency (-20)
75 Pick & Roll Defense (+1)
60 Help Defense (-15)
50 Offensive Consistency (-30)
25 Emotion
90 Potential (+6)

2017 OUTLOOK
Rose had a much better second half of the season after a dismal first half, but he still carries with him a number of flaws that he hasn't been able to evade in his return from injuries.  His long-range shooting is poor, his decision-making still questionable, and his defense nothing short of atrocious.  Given his inability to play off-ball I have no idea how he is going to (productively) fit on a team that features Carmelo Anthony.  If last season is any barometer, Rose will put up inefficient numbers on a team that fails to make the playoffs.  I would love to be wrong; it's up to Rose to make the necessary adjustments and do it.

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Elfrid Payton (PG)
All-Around Point Guard
75 Overall (NC)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (+6)
85 Driving Layup (+8)
30 Post Fade (-2)
30 Post Hook (+5)
30 Post Control (+5)
52 Draw Foul (-14)
75 Standing Close (-1)
75 Moving Close
50 Standing Mid (-14)
48 Moving Mid (-14)
78 Standing 3pt (-1)
68 Moving 3pt (-7)
59 Free Throw
85 Ball Control (+4)
81 Pass Vision (+4)
81 Pass IQ
80 Pass Accuracy
45 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
50 Driving Dunk
30 Contact Dunk
79 Shot IQ (+4)
80 Hands

DEFENSE
49 Defensive Rebound (+1)
43 Block (-2)
75 Shot Contest (+1)
74 Steal (+7)
90 On-Ball Defense (+9)
35 Low Post Defense (+10)
75 Reaction Time (+1)

ATHLETICISM
49 Boxout (-3)
82 Lateral Quickness
77 Speed
84 Acceleration
80 Vertical (+3)
55 Strength (-3)
85 Stamina (+5)
90 Hustle (+2)
85 Durability (+3)

INTANGIBLES
70 Pass Perception (+18)
55 Defensive Consistency (-20)
75 Pick & Roll Defense (-5)
75 Help Defense (+5)
55 Offensive Consistency (+15)
25 Emotion
80 Potential

2017 OUTLOOK
Payton is basically a young Rajon Rondo.  Minus the Hall-of-Fame supporting cast that masked Rondo's deficiencies.  I expect this season won't be any different, and the Magic may pursue an upgrade here before too long.

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Jeremy Lin (PG)
All-Around Point Guard (from Crafty Offensive-Minded Point)
75 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
79 Standing Layup (+4)
80 Driving Layup
50 Post Fade (+5)
30 Post Hook (+2)
50 Post Control (+21)
80 Draw Foul (+1)
72 Standing Close (-9)
72 Moving Close (-9)
65 Standing Mid (-9)
65 Moving Mid (-8)
79 Standing 3pt (+2)
73 Moving 3pt (-2)
82 Free Throw (+1)
80 Ball Control (+1)
64 Pass Vision (-2)
78 Pass IQ
70 Pass Accuracy
36 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
35 Driving Dunk (-1)
25 Contact Dunk (-5)
78 Shot IQ (-10)
80 Hands (+2)

DEFENSE
53 Defensive Rebound (+1)
52 Block (-4)
80 Shot Contest (+13)
64 Steal (+3)
80 On-Ball Defense (+9)
35 Low Post Defense (+7)
65 Reaction Time (-2)

ATHLETICISM
53 Boxout (+15)
71 Lateral Quickness
81 Speed
82 Acceleration
70 Vertical (-1)
55 Strength (+20)
89 Stamina
85 Hustle (+1)
85 Durability (+7)

INTANGIBLES
70 Pass Perception
60 Defensive Consistency (+5)
80 Pick & Roll Defense (+10)
70 Help Defense (-2)
55 Offensive Consistency (-10)
25 Emotion
80 Potential (+4)

2017 OUTLOOK
Well, at the very least, we'll finally get to see if Linsanity was a fluke or not.  Lin was one of the better backup PGs in the league and has often played SG in order to get minutes (accounting for his lackluster 18 AST% last season) since leaving the Knicks.  He's an upgrade over Jarrett Jack, and has been hungry for this opportunity.  If his Usage rate is anywhere near what it was with the Knicks during Linsanity, it wouldn't be surprising to see Lin averaging 16-18 PPG and 7 APG, especially given how much he has improved his overall game since that time.

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Patrick Beverley (PG)
All-Around Point Guard (from Lockdown Defender)
75 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
78 Standing Layup (+3)
80 Driving Layup (+7)
45 Post Fade (+10)
30 Post Hook
30 Post Control
29 Draw Foul (-13)
77 Standing Close (+2)
75 Moving Close
83 Standing Mid (+2)
83 Moving Mid (+3)
85 Standing 3pt (+3)
77 Moving 3pt (-3)
68 Free Throw
75 Ball Control
63 Pass Vision (-1)
77 Pass IQ
75 Pass Accuracy
45 Offensive Rebound (+1)
25 Standing Dunk
40 Driving Dunk (+10)
30 Contact Dunk (+5)
70 Shot IQ (+15)
80 Hands

DEFENSE
49 Defensive Rebound (+1)
46 Block (-5)
80 Shot Contest (+3)
77 Steal (+6)
55 On-Ball Defense (-35)
55 Low Post Defense (+21)
80 Reaction Time (+3)

ATHLETICISM
49 Boxout (+7)
90 Lateral Quickness
72 Speed
89 Acceleration
90 Vertical (-1)
55 Strength (+5)
85 Stamina (-5)
80 Hustle (+4)
75 Durability

INTANGIBLES
80 Pass Perception (+17)
65 Defensive Consistency (-15)
90 Pick & Roll Defense (+1)
85 Help Defense (+7)
70 Offensive Consistency (+35)
65 Emotion
80 Potential (+4)

2017 OUTLOOK
Playing next to James Harden, Beverley doesn't really run the offense like most point guards do.  Defense has been his calling card.  It remains to be seen how much he is appreciated by incumbent coach Mike D'Antoni.  It's not outside the realm of possibility that Beverley loses his starting job to the offensively-gifted Eric Gordon, who is making way too much money to simply be backing up James Harden.

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Emmanuel Mudiay (PG)
Pass-First Point (from Penetrating Point)
74 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
69 Standing Layup (-6)
75 Driving Layup (-3)
55 Post Fade (-2)
35 Post Hook
40 Post Control (-2)
46 Draw Foul (-12)
61 Standing Close (+1)
61 Moving Close (+3)
68 Standing Mid (-6)
68 Moving Mid (-2)
77 Standing 3pt (+4)
73 Moving 3pt (+3)
67 Free Throw
85 Ball Control (+6)
76 Pass Vision (+2)
78 Pass IQ
75 Pass Accuracy
34 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
65 Driving Dunk (-20)
30 Contact Dunk
79 Shot IQ (+16)
80 Hands (-2)

DEFENSE
52 Defensive Rebound
49 Block (-6)
75 Shot Contest (-1)
67 Steal (+4)
55 On-Ball Defense (-17)
35 Low Post Defense (-3)
75 Reaction Time (-1)

ATHLETICISM
52 Boxout (-8)
74 Lateral Quickness
88 Speed
85 Acceleration
90 Vertical (+2)
55 Strength (+3)
86 Stamina (+6)
80 Hustle (+5)
85 Durability (+1)

INTANGIBLES
60 Pass Perception (-2)
40 Defensive Consistency (-5)
75 Pick & Roll Defense (+4)
55 Help Defense (-13)
40 Offensive Consistency (-20)
25 Emotion
85 Potential (-1)

2017 OUTLOOK
Mudiay can't shoot to save his life, and that's the main thing holding him back from being a starting caliber guard.  He should continue to steadily improve over the next five years, though it'll be a major red flag if he ever stumbles in his development.

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D'Angelo Russell (PG)
Offensive-Minded Point
73 Overall (-4)



OFFENSE
80 Standing Layup (-5)
85 Driving Layup (+3)
65 Post Fade (+10)
40 Post Hook (+5)
60 Post Control (+20)
40 Draw Foul (-25)
80 Standing Close (-10)
80 Moving Close (-12)
72 Standing Mid (-1)
72 Moving Mid (+2)
81 Standing 3pt (+1)
79 Moving 3pt (-1)
74 Free Throw (+1)
85 Ball Control
66 Pass Vision (-5)
70 Pass IQ (-10)
70 Pass Accuracy (-10)
36 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
40 Driving Dunk (-5)
30 Contact Dunk (+4)
79 Shot IQ (-5)
90 Hands (+1)

DEFENSE
53 Defensive Rebound
40 Block (+3)
65 Shot Contest (-5)
74 Steal (+5)
60 On-Ball Defense (+2)
55 Low Post Defense (+15)
70 Reaction Time

ATHLETICISM
53 Boxout (-5)
68 Lateral Quickness
83 Speed
84 Acceleration
70 Vertical (-1)
55 Strength (+1)
85 Stamina (-3)
65 Hustle
90 Durability (+8)

INTANGIBLES
75 Pass Perception (-4)
35 Defensive Consistency
70 Pick & Roll Defense (+15)
60 Help Defense (+1)
50 Offensive Consistency (-25)
99 Emotion
85 Potential (-3)

2017 OUTLOOK
Last season's 2nd overall pick has a tumultous rookie season, which could be expected for a young PG forced to endure Kobe's farewell tour.   While Russell's offensive numbers should improve across the board, his defense was garbage last season, and this was supposed to be his calling card.  The opportunity is there for him to be one of the league's most improved players, but the Lakers could also hand-cuff him to the still effective Jose Calderon.

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Jerryd Bayless (PG/SG)
Reliable Playmaker (from Shoot-First Point)
73 Overall (-1)



OFFENSE
69 Standing Layup (-8)
75 Driving Layup (-8)
45 Post Fade (+3)
30 Post Hook (+4)
30 Post Control (+4)
41 Draw Foul (-23)
67 Standing Close (-3)
65 Moving Close (-3)
79 Standing Mid (-1)
71 Moving Mid (-7)
90 Standing 3pt (+2)
82 Moving 3pt (-4)
78 Free Throw
80 Ball Control (+2)
60 Pass Vision (-3)
71 Pass IQ
74 Pass Accuracy
33 Offensive Rebound
25 Standing Dunk
45 Driving Dunk
30 Contact Dunk (+5)
70 Shot IQ (-8)
70 Hands (-1)

DEFENSE
48 Defensive Rebound (+1)
41 Block (+1)
60 Shot Contest (+8)
67 Steal (+5)
60 On-Ball Defense (+8)
60 Low Post Defense (+26)
55 Reaction Time (+3)

ATHLETICISM
48 Boxout (+14)
52 Lateral Quickness
90 Speed
89 Acceleration
75 Vertical
55 Strength (+9)
87 Stamina (+3)
65 Hustle (+1)
80 Durability (+2)

INTANGIBLES
60 Pass Perception (+11)
35 Defensive Consistency
85 Pick & Roll Defense (+22)
75 Help Defense (+21)
60 Offensive Consistency (+5)
25 Emotion
80 Potential (+6)

2017 OUTLOOK
The once promising Bayless has been a journeyman throughout his career, and has never started more than 19 games in a season.  He projects to be Philadelphia's starting PG even though he is arguably much better off the ball as a SG (heavily reflected in his 44% 3pt shooting).  That's where 1st Overall draft pick Ben Simmons comes in.  With Simmons expected to run much of the offense in Philadelphia as a point-forward, this could be the perfect situation for Bayless, who saw quite a bit of success last season playing next to Giannis Antetokounmpo.  While Bayless might be the least talented starting PG in the NBA, his value on the court very well may outweigh his overall production.

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Thanks all for reading.  I may do another one of these leading up to the 2K17 release, if I have time.  If not, you can be sure I'll be on those 2K17 streets for a bit, as my schedule allows.

~John Markisch
aka "Rashidi" the Real 2K Insider

Friday, August 26, 2016

Official NBA 2K17 Player Ratings

Player ratings from NBA 2K17 have started to trickle out, and will be posted here as they are released.

At present, 299 NBA Players have had their 2K17 rating released (roughly two-thirds of active players).

Update history:
9/4/16: Added 6 players, bringing total to 299.
8/31/16: A leaked video released 112 new player ratings.  Some of these differ from what 2K released in screen shots, which leads me to suspect a few players will have tweaked ratings when the first online roster goes up on launch day.  Another video also leaked releasing an additional 123 ratings.
8/23/16: Andre Drummond spoiled as the first NBA 2K17 rating.

Number in parenthesize is Overall rating change since NBA 2K16's final roster update (often a combination of attribute adjustments, a new attribute, and adjustments to the formula).

POINT GUARD (57)
94 (-2) Stephen Curry (GSW): 31.5 PER, 67 TS%, 33 USG% (MVP)
93 (-2) Russell Westbrook (OKC): 27.6 PER, 55 TS%, 32 USG%
91 (-1) Chris Paul (LAC): 26.2 PER, 58 TS%, 27 USG%
89 (NC) Damian Lillard (POR): 22.2 PER, 56 TS%, 31 USG%
89 (+1) Kyrie Irving (CLE): 19.9 PER, 54 TS%, 30 USG%
86 (NC) Kyle Lowry (TOR): 22.2 PER, 58 TS%, 26 USG%
85 (-1) Isaiah Thomas (BOS): 21.5 PER, 56 TS%, 30 USG%
85 (+1) Kemba Walker (CHA): 20.8 PER, 55 TS%, 27 USG%
85 (-1) Eric Bledsoe (PHX): 20.0 PER, 56 TS%, 27 USG%
85 (+2) Mike Conley (MEM): 19.4 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
82 (-1) Reggie Jackson (DET): 19.6 PER, 54 TS%, 29 USG%
81 (-2) Rajon Rondo (CHI): 16.9 PER, 51 TS%, 19 USG%
80 (+1) Tony Parker (SAS): 16.2 PER, 55 TS%, 21 USG%
80 (NC) Derrick Rose (NYK): 13.4 PER, 48 TS%, 27 USG%
79 (-3) Jrue Holiday (NOP): 19.7 PER, 53 TS%, 29 USG%
79 (+2) D'Angelo Russell (LAL): 13.2 PER, 51 TS%, 24 USG%
78 (-2) Goran Dragic (MIA): 15.5 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
78 (-1) Dennis Schroder (ATL): 15.5 PER, 51 TS%, 29 USG%
78 (-2) Brandon Knight (PHX): 14.7 PER, 52 TS%, 26 USG%
77 (-2) Ricky Rubio (MIN): 17.6 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
77 (-3) Darren Collison (SAC): 15.9 PER, 59 TS%, 19 USG%
77 (NC) Jordan Clarkson (LAL): 14.3 PER, 52 TS%, 23 USG%
77 (NEW) Kris Dunn (MIN): Rookie
76 (-1) J.J. Barea (DAL): 15.4 PER, 54 TS%, 24 USG%
76 (-2) Deron Williams (DAL): 14.6 PER, 53 TS%, 22 USG%
76 (+1) Jeremy Lin (BKN): 13.8 PER, 53 TS%, 22 USG%
76 (NC) George Hill (UTA): 13.2 PER, 56 TS%, 16 USG%
76 (NC) Patrick Beverley (HOU): 13.0 PER, 55 TS%, 15 USG%
76 (+2) Marcus Smart (BOS): 11.3 PER, 46 TS%, 17 USG%
76 (+1) Emannual Mudiay (DEN): 9.9 PER, 44 TS%, 26 USG%
75 (-1) Ish Smith (DET): 14.9 PER, 47 TS%, 24 USG%
75 (NC) Patty Mills (SAS): 14.6 PER, 54 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (NC) Elfrid Payton (ORL): 13.9 PER, 48 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (-1) Michael Carter-Williams (MIL): 13.9 PER, 50 TS%, 21 USG%
75 (NC) Brandon Jennings (NYK): 13.7 PER, 49 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (-1) Matthew Dellavedova (MIL): 11.3 PER, 53 TS%, 16 USG%
74 (-1) Ramon Sessions (CHA): 15.9 PER, 57 TS%, 22 USG%
74 (-2) Jarrett Jack (ATL): 14.4 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
74 (-1) Shelvin Mack (UTA): 13.6 PER, 51 TS%, 23 USG%
74 (NC) Jerryd Bayless (PHI): 12.4 PER, 57 TS%, 16 USG%
74 (-1) Austin Rivers (LAC): 11.1 PER, 52 TS%, 19 USG%
74 (+1) Dante Exum (UTA): DNP (Injured)
73 (-1) Devin Harris (DAL): 13.1 PER, 56 TS%, 18 USG%
73 (NC): Cameron Payne (OKC): 12.9 PER, 49 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (NC) Mo Williams (CLE): 12.4 PER, 53 TS%, 23 USG%
73 (+1) Aaron Brooks (IND): 11.8 PER, 49 TS%, 23 USG%
72 (+1) Langston Galloway (NOP): 11.9 PER, 49 TS%, 16 USG%
72 (+1) Jameer Nelson (DEN): 9.5 PER, 46 TS%, 16 USG%
71 (+5) Tyus Jones (MIN): 11.2 PER, 45 TS%, 16 USG%
71 (+3) Joseph Young (IND): 9.9 PER, 43 TS%, 24 USG%
71 (NC) Ray McCallum (DET): 9.1 PER, 45 TS%, 17 USG%
71 (+1) Grevis Vasquez (BKN): 7.4 PER, 44 TS%, 19 USG%
70 (+1) Tim Frazier (NOP): 13.9 PER, 50 TS%, 19 USG%
70 (NC) Briante Weber (MIA): 8.9 PER, 39 TS%, 13 USG%
70 (NEW) Dejounte Murray (DEN): Rookie
69 (+1) Spencer Dinwiddie (CHI): 8.9 PER, 42 TS%, 21 USG%
69 (NEW) Kay Felder (CLE): Rookie

SHOOTING GUARD (61)
90 (-2) James Harden (HOU):
90 (NC) Klay Thompson (GSW):
88 (NC) Jimmy Butler (CHI):
87 (-1) DeMar DeRozan (TOR):
87 (NC) Dwyane Wade (CHI):
83 (NC) C.J. McCollum (POR): 17.7 PER, 54 TS%, 27 USG%
82 (+2) Avery Bradley (BOS):
81 (NC) Khris Middleton (MIL):
80 (+1) Rodney Hood (UTA):
79 (NC) Victor Oladipo (OKC):
79 (+1) Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (DET)
78 (-1) J.J. Redick (LAC):
78 (NC) Wesley Matthews (DAL):
78 (NC) Tony Allen (MEM):
78 (NC) Zach LaVine (MIN):
78 (-1) Devin Booker (PHX):
78 (NC) Evan Fournier (ORL): 14.6 PER, 59 TS%, 20 USG%
77 (-1) Jamal Crawford (LAC):
77 (-1) Eric Gordon (HOU):
77 (-1) Alec Burks (UTA):
77 (-1) Lou Williams (LAL):
77 (NC) J.R. Smith (CLE):
76 (NC) Kyle Korver (ATL):
76 (NC) Danny Green (SAS):
76 (+1) Arron Afflalo (SAC):
76 (NC) Gary Harris (DEN):
76 (+1) Courtney Lee (NYK):
75 (NEW) Buddy Hield (NOP): Rookie
75 (NC) Tyler Johnson (MIA):
75 (NC) Josh Richardson (MIA): 11.4 PER, 57 TS%, 14 USG%
75 (NEW) Jamal Murray (DEN): Rookie
74 (NC) Jodie Meeks (ORL): 13.5 PER, 51 TS%, 23 USG%
74 (NC) Iman Shumpert (CLE):
74 (-1) Rodney Stuckey (IND):
74 (-2) Jeremy Lamb (CHA):
74 (+1) E'Twaun Moore (NOP): 11.4 PER, 55 TS%, 16 USG%
74 (+1) Garrett Temple (SAC):
74 (-1) Norman Powell (TOR):
74 (+1) E'Twaun Moore (NOP):
73 (NC) Dion Waiters (MIA):
73 (+1) Leandro Barbosa (PHX):
73 (NEW) Denzel Valentine (CHI): Rookie
72 (NC) Seth Curry (DAL): 13.8 PER, 60 TS%, 17 USG%
72 (-1) Isaiah Canaan (CHI): 11.1 PER, 53 TS%, 20 USG%
72 (NC) Ian Clark (GSW): 11.5 PER, 54 TS%, 20 USG%
72 (NC) Ben McLemore (SAC): 8.6 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
72 (+1) Wayne Ellington (MIA):
72 (+1) Archie Goodwin (PHX):
71 (-3) Sean Kilpatrick Jr. (BKN): 16.7 PER, 58 TS%, 25 USG%
71 (NEW) Caris LeVert (BKN: Rookie
71 (NC) Randy Foye (BKN):
71 (-2) Tim Hardaway Jr (ATL):
70 (+1) Troy Daniels (MEM): 14.9 PER, 63 TS%, 20 USG%
70 (+2) Jordan McRae (CLE): 14.2 PER, 55 TS%, 24 USG%
70 (-2) Justin Holiday (NYK):
69 (NEW) Malik Beasley (DEN): Rookie
69 (NEW) Patrick McCaw (GSW): Rookie
69 (NEW) Malachi Richardson (SAC): Rookie
69 (+3) Sasha Vujacic (NYK):
69 (NEW) Isaiah Whitehead (BKN): Rookie
68 (+2) Lamar Patterson (SAC):

SMALL FORWARD (57)
96 (NC) LeBron James (CLE):
93 (-1) Kevin Durant (GSW):
93 (-1) Kawhi Leonard (SAS):
90 (NC) Paul George (IND):
88 (NC) Carmelo Anthony (NYK):
84 (+1) Gordan Hayward (UTA):
83 (-1) Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL):
81 (NC) Jae Crowder (BOS):
80 (-1) Danilo Gallinari (DEN):
80 (NC) Rudy Gay (SAC):
79 (-3) Tyreke Evans (NOP):
79 (-1) Chandler Parsons (MEM):
79 (-1) Nicolas Batum (CHA):
79 (NC) Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (CHA):
79 (+2) Harrison Barnes (DAL):
79 (NEW) Ben Simmons (PHI): Rookie
78 (NEW) Brandon Ingram (LAL): Rookie
78 (-2) Luol Deng (LAL):
78 (-1) Tobias Harris (DET): 16.2 PER, 56 TS%, 19 USG%
78 (+2) Kent Bazemore (ATL): 13.4 PER, 55 TS%, 20 USG%
77 (+1) Justise Winslow (MIA):
77 (-1) Evan Turner (POR):
77 (-2) Al-Farouq Aminu (POR):
77 (+1) Joe Johnson (UTA):
77 (+1) Trevor Ariza (HOU):
76 (NC) Marcus Morris (DET):
76 (-1) T.J. Warren (PHX):
76 (+1) C.J. Miles (IND):
76 (+1) Jared Dudley (PHX): 11.7 PER, 60 TS%, 13 USG%
76 (+3) Robert Covington (PHI):
76 (+1) Bojan Bogdanovic (BKN):
76 (NC) Jeff Green (ORL):
75 (+1) P.J. Tucker (PHX):
75 (+1) Thabo Sefolosha (ATL):
75 (NC) Terrence Ross (TOR):
75 (+1) Stanley Johnson (DET): 8.7 PER, 46 TS%, 20 USG%
74 (+2) Matt Barnes (SAC):
74 (+1) Richard Jefferson (CLE):
74 (NC) Vince Carter (MEM):
74 (NC) Solomon Hill (NOP):
74 (NC) Kyle Anderson (SAS): 12.9 PER, 53 TS%, 14 USG%
74 (NC) Doug McDermott (CHI): 10.9 PER, 56 TS%, 17 USG%
74 (NEW) Jaylen Brown (BOS): Rookie
74 (+2) Quincy Pondexter (NOP):
73 (-1) Derrick Williams (MIA):
73 (NC) Omri Casspi (SAC):
73 (NEW) Mindaugas Kuzminskas (NYK): Rookie
73 (NC) Justin Anderson (DAL): 12.3 PER, 52 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (+2) Anthony Morrow (OKC):
72 (-2) Lance Thomas (NYK):
72 (-1) Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (BKN):
71 (+2) Kyle Singler (OKC):
71 (NEW) Taurean Prince (ATL): Rookie
70 (+2) Glenn Robinson III (IND): 11.4 PER, 51 TS%, 16 USG%
70 (+2) Mike Miller (DEN):
69 (NEW) DeAndre Bembry (ATL): Rookie
68 (NEW) Juancho Hernangomez (DEN): Rookie

POWER FORWARD (58)
90 (-1) Anthony Davis (NOP):
90 (+1) Draymond Green (GSW):
88 (-1) LaMarcus Aldridge (SAS):
87 (-1) Blake Griffin (LAC):
86 (-1) Paul Millsap (ATL):
86 (+1) Chris Bosh (MIA):
85 (NC) Derrick Favors (UTA):
84 (-1) Dirk Nowitzki (DAL):
82 (-1) Kevin Love (CLE):
80 (NC) Zach Randolph (MEM):
80 (NC) Kenneth Faried (DEN):
80 (NC) Kristaps Porzingis (NYK): 17.7 PER, 52 TS%, 25 USG%
79 (-1) Serge Ibaka (ORL):
79 (+1) Ryan Anderson (HOU):
78 (+1) Marvin Williams (CHA):
78 (NC) Jabari Parker (MIL):
77 (NC) Gorgui Dieng (MIN):
77 (NC) Jared Sullinger (TOR): 16.7 PER, 48 TS%, 22 USG%
77 (+1) Julius Randle (LAL): 13.9 PER, 48 TS%, 21 USG%
76 (-1) Aaron Gordon (ORL): 17.0 PER, 54 TS%, 17 USG%
76 (+1) Nikola Mirotic (CHI):
76 (NC) Taj Gibson (CHI):
76 (-1) Amir Johnson (BOS):
76 (NC) Patrick Patterson (TOR):
76 (NC) Mirza Teletovic (MIL):
75 (+3) Larry Nance Jr (LAL): 13.4 PER, 54 TS%, 13 USG%
75 (NC) Darrell Arthur (DEN):
75 (-3) Michael Beasley (HOU):
75 (NC) Jon Leuer (DET):
75 (+6) Nemanja Bjellica (MIN):
74 (NC) Kevin Garnett (MIN):
74 (NC) Carl Landry (PHI):
74 (NC) Luis Scola (BKN):
74 (-1) David Lee (DAL):
74 (NC) Terrence Jones (NOP):
74 (-1) Channing Frye (CLE):
74 (-1) Dwight Powell (DAL):
74 (NC) Bobby Portis (CHI):
74 (-1) Donatas Motiejunas (HOU):
74 (-1) Brandon Bass (LAC):
74 (NEW) Dario Saric (PHI): Rookie
73 (NC) Trevor Booker (BKN):
73 (+1) JaMychal Green (MEM)
73 (NC) Kris Humphries (ATL):
73 (NC) Mike Scott (ATL):
73 (+3) Jonas Jerebko (BOS): 10.3 PER, 53 TS%, 14 USG%
72 (NEW) Dragan Bender (PHX): Rookie
72 (NC) Quincy Acy (DAL): 14.7 PER, 63 TS%, 13 USG%
72 (NC) Lavoy Allen (IND):
72 (NC) Nick Collison (OKC):
72 (+1) Josh McRoberts (MIA):
72 (+2) Trey Lyles (UTA): 11.6 PER, 52 TS%, 18 USG%
71 (NEW) Marquese Chriss (PHX): Rookie
70 (+1) Chris McCullough (BKN): 12.2 PER, 47 TS%, 17 USG%
70 (+1) Anthony Tolliver (SAC):
70 (NC) Udonis Haslem (MIA):
70 (NC) Willie Reed (MIA):
70 (+3) Alan Williams (PHX): 21.1 PER, 48 TS%, 23 USG%
69 (+2) Maurice N'dour (NYK):

CENTER (66)
90 (NC) DeMarcus Cousins (SAC):
88 (+2) Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN): 22.5 PER, 59 TS%, 25 USG%
87 (-2) Andre Drummond (DET): 21.2 PER, 50 TS%, 24 USG%
86 (NC) Hassan Whiteside (MIA): 25.7 PER, 63 TS%, 21 USG%
85 (+5) Al Horford (BOS):
85 (+3) Marc Gasol (MEM):
85 (+1) DeAndre Jordan (LAC):
84 (-1) Pau Gasol (SAS):
84 (+1) Dwight Howard (ATL):
82 (-1) Jonas Valanciunas (TOR):
81 (-3) Brook Lopez (BKN):
81 (+1) Rudy Gobert (UTA): 17.5 PER, 58 TS%, 14 USG%
81 (+3) Tristan Thompson (CLE):
81 (+2) Steven Adams (OKC):
80 (-2) Nikola Vucevic (ORL):
79 (+1) Jahlil Okafor (PHI): 17.1 PER, 54 TS%, 27 USG%
79 (-1) Enes Kanter (OKC):
79 (NC) Greg Monroe (MIL):
78 (+1) Mason Plumlee (POR):
78 (+2) Myles Turner (IND): 15.4 PER, 53 TS%, 21 USG%
77 (+1) Nerlens Noel (PHI): 16.2 PER, 54 TS%, 19 USG%
77 (-1) Robin Lopez (CHI):
77 (-1) Bismack Biyombo (ORL):
77 (NC) Andrew Bogut (DAL):
77 (NC) Joakim Noah (NYK):
77 (+2) Clint Capela (HOU):
77 (+1) Joel Embiid (PHI): Rookie
76 (NC) Cody Zeller (CHA):
76 (NC) Kelly Olynyk (BOS):
76 (+2) Brandan Wright (MEM): 18.3 PER, 66 TS%, 15 USG%
76 (+2) Kyle O'Quinn (NYK):
76 (+1) John Henson (MIL):
76 (+1) Jordan Hill (MIN):
75 (+1) Omer Asik (NOP):
75 (NC) Marreese Speights (LAC):
75 (+2) Tiago Splitter (ATL):
75 (+1) Jusuf Nurkic (DEN):
75 (NC) Alex Len (PHX):
75 (+2) Timofey Mozgov (LAL):
75 (NC) Joffrey Lauvergne (DEN):
75 (+2) Aron Baynes (DET):
75 (-1) Boban Marjanovic (DET):
74 (-1) Tyson Chandler (PHX):
74 (+1) Roy Hibbert (CHA):
74 (+1) Kosta Koufos (SAC):
74 (-3) Nikola Pekovic (MIN):
74 (+2) Frank Kaminsky (CHA):
74 (+2) Tyler Zeller (BOS):
74 (+1) Jeff Withey (UTA):
74 (+4) Dewayne Dedmon (SAS): 17.0 PER, 61 TS%, 15 USG%
73 (+1) Alexis Ajinca (NOP):
73 (NC) Chris Andersen (CLE):
72 (NC) Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC): 15.3 PER, 59 TS%, 13 USG%
72 (+1) Mike Muscala (ATL):
71 (NC) Mitch McGary (OKC):
71 (NEW) Jakob Poeltl (TOR): Rookie
70 (+5) Cristiano Felicio (CHI): 17.6 PER, 60 TS%, 14 USG%
70 (NEW) Georgios Papagiannis (SAC): Rookie
70 (NEW) Skal Labissiere (SAC): Rookie
70 (NEW) Henry Ellenson (DET): Rookie
69 (NEW) Justin Hamilton (BKN): DNP (Europe)
69 (+1) Lucas Nogueira (TOR):
69 (NEW) Willy Hernangomez (NYK): Rookie
68 (NEW) Ivica Zubac (LAL): Rookie
67 (NEW) Stephen Zimmerman (ORL): Rookie
66 (NEW) Marshall Plumlee (NYK): Rookie

Monday, July 4, 2016

Official NBA 2K16 Player Ratings - Full List w/ Season Updates

NBA 2K16 player ratings as of 7/1/16
Player stats as of 7/1/16
451 Total NBA Players
Overall rating reflects change from the default roster (NC = No Change)
Red denotes currently injured
Bold denotes Overall rating change greater than three
Italics denotes fewer than 300 minutes played (a reasonable statistical sample)

POINT GUARD (87)
1-10
96 (+3) Stephen Curry (GSW): 31.5 PER, 67 TS%, 33 USG% (MVP, ALL-STAR)
95 (+6) Russell Westbrook (OKC): 27.6 PER, 55 TS%, 32 USG% (ALL-STAR)
92 (+2) Chris Paul (LAC): 26.2 PER, 58 TS%, 27 USG% (ALL-STAR)
89 (+3) Damian Lillard (POR): 22.2 PER, 56 TS%, 31 USG%
89 (+2) John Wall (WAS): 19.8 PER, 51 TS%, 29 USG% (ALL-STAR)
88 (+1) Kyrie Irving (CLE): 19.9 PER, 54 TS%, 30 USG%
86 (+3) Kyle Lowry (TOR): 22.2 PER, 58 TS%, 26 USG% (ALL-STAR)
86 (+5) Isaiah Thomas (BOS): 21.5 PER, 56 TS%, 30 USG% (ALL-STAR)
86 (+4) Eric Bledsoe (PHX): 20.0 PER, 56 TS%, 27 USG%
84 (+3) Kemba Walker (CHA): 20.8 PER, 55 TS%, 27 USG%
11-20
83 (+5) Reggie Jackson (DET): 19.6 PER, 54 TS%, 29 USG%
83 (-2) Mike Conley (MEM): 19.4 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
83 (+6) Rajon Rondo (SAC): 16.9 PER, 51 TS%, 19 USG%
82 (+2) Jrue Holiday (NOP): 19.7 PER, 53 TS%, 29 USG%
80 (+1) Darren Collison (SAC): 15.9 PER, 59 TS%, 19 USG%
80 (-1) Goran Dragic (MIA): 15.5 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
80 (-1) Brandon Knight (PHX): 14.7 PER, 52 TS%, 26 USG%
80 (-2) Derrick Rose (CHI): 13.4 PER, 48 TS%, 27 USG%
79 (+2) Ricky Rubio (MIN): 17.6 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
79 (-4) Tony Parker (SAS): 16.2 PER, 55 TS%, 21 USG%
79 (+3) Dennis Schroder (ATL): 15.5 PER, 51 TS%, 29 USG%
21-30
78 (-5) Jeff Teague (ATL): 17.9 PER, 55 TS%, 27 USG%
78 (NC) Deron Williams (DAL): 14.6 PER, 53 TS%, 22 USG%
77 (+3) J.J. Barea (DAL): 15.4 PER, 54 TS%, 24 USG%
77 (+2) Jordan Clarkson (LAL): 14.3 PER, 52 TS%, 23 USG%
77 (NC) D'Angelo Russell (LAL): 13.2 PER, 51 TS%, 24 USG%
76 (+3) Ish Smith (PHI): 14.9 PER, 47 TS%, 24 USG%
76 (+2) Jarrett Jack (BKN): 14.4 PER, 51 TS%, 22 USG%
76 (-1) Michael Carter-Williams (MIL): 13.9 PER, 50 TS%, 21 USG%
76 (+3) Shaun Livingston (GSW): 13.8 PER, 58 TS%, 14 USG%
31-40
76 (-2) George Hill (IND): 13.2 PER, 56 TS%, 16 USG%
76 (NC) Patrick Beverley (HOU): 13.0 PER, 55 TS%, 15 USG%
76 (+2) Cory Joseph (TOR): 12.4 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
76 (+5) Raymond Felton (DAL): 11.9 PER, 50 TS%, 18 USG%
76 (+6) Matthew Dellavedova (CLE): 11.3 PER, 53 TS%, 16 USG%
75 (+3) Ramon Sessions (WAS): 15.9 PER, 57 TS%, 22 USG%
75 (+1) Patty Mills (SAS): 14.6 PER, 54 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (-1) Elfrid Payton (ORL): 13.9 PER, 48 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (NC) Jeremy Lin (CHA): 13.8 PER, 53 TS%, 22 USG%
75 (-5) Brandon Jennings (ORL): 13.7 PER, 49 TS%, 20 USG
41-50
75 (+2) Jose Calderon (NYK): 12.3 PER, 57 TS%, 13 USG%
75 (+3) Shelvin Mack (UTA): 13.6 PER, 51 TS%, 23 USG%
75 (+2) Austin Rivers (LAC): 11.1 PER, 52 TS%, 19 USG%
75 (NC) Emmanual Mudiay (DEN): 9.9 PER, 44 TS%, 26 USG%
75 (NC) Tony Wroten (NYK): 1.8 PER, 41 TS%, 34 USG% (181 minutes)
74 (+1) Trey Burke (UTA): 14.0 PER, 51 TS%, 25 USG%
74 (+4) T.J. McConnell (PHI): 14.5 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
74 (+1) Andre Miller (SAS): 13.4 PER, 60 TS%, 15 USG%
74 (NC) Devin Harris (DAL): 13.1 PER, 56 TS%, 18 USG%
74 (+2) Jerryd Bayless (MIL): 12.4 PER, 57 TS%, 16 USG%
51-60
74 (NC) Marcus Smart (BOS): 11.3 PER, 46 TS%, 17 USG%
74 (+2) Norris Cole (NOP): 10.8 PER, 47 TS%, 22 USG%
74 (+4) Raul Neto (UTA): 10.2 PER, 53 TS%, 17 USG%
73 (NC) Donald Sloan (BKN): 13.9 PER, 54 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (+1) Cameron Payne (OKC): 12.9 PER, 49 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (-3) Mo Williams (CLE): 12.4 PER, 53 TS%, 23 USG%
73 (+4) Marcelo Huertas (LAL): 10.4 PER, 49 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (-8) Ty Lawson (IND): 9.7 PER, 48 TS%, 15 USG%
73 (NC) Dante Exum (UTA)
72 (-1) D.J. Augustin (DEN): 13.9 PER, 58 TS%, 18 USG%
61-70
72 (-3) Aaron Brooks (CHI): 11.8 PER, 49 TS%, 23 USG%
72 (-2) C.J. Watson (ORL): 8.6 PER, 46 TS%, 12 USG%
71 (NC) Toney Douglas (NOP): 14.7 PER, 54 TS%, 19 USG%
71 (-1) Brian Roberts (POR): 13.8 PER, 55 TS%, 20 USG%
71 (-1) Langston Galloway (NYK): 11.7 PER, 49 TS%, 16 USG%
71 (NC) Jason Terry (HOU): 10.2 PER, 54 TS%, 15 USG%
71 (NC) Pablo Prigioni (LAC): 10.2 PER, 48 TS%, 11 USG%
71 (-1) Jameer Nelson (DEN): 9.5 PER, 46 TS%, 16 USG%
70 (NC) Shane Larkin (BKN): 13.3 PER, 52 TS%, 18 USG%
70 (+1) Ronnie Price (PHX): 9.6 PER, 52 TS%, 14 USG%
71-87
70 (-1) Shabazz Napier (ORL): 9.6 PER, 46 TS%, 20 USG%
70 (-3) Greivis Vasquez (MIL): 7.4 PER, 44 TS%, 19 USG%
70 (-1) Kendall Marshall (PHI): 6.7 PER, 45 TS%, 18 USG%
70 (X) Briante Weber (MIA): 8.9 PER, 38 TS%, 13 USG% (169 minutes)
69 (NC) Jerian Grant (NYK): 11.2 PER, 48 TS%, 19 USG%
69 (+2) Tyler Ennis (MIL): 10.7 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
69 (NC) Terry Rozier (BOS): 5.0 PER, 33 TS%, 18 USG%
69 (-1) Delon Wright (TOR): 17.8 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG% (229 minutes)
68 (-1) Tim Frazier (NOP): 13.9 PER, 50 TS%, 19 USG%
68 (NC) Joseph Young (IND): 9.9 PER, 43 TS%, 24 USG%
68 (NC) Jordan Farmar (MEM): 13.2 PER, 53 TS%, 19 USG% (291 minutes)
68 (-2) Spencer Dinwiddie (DET): 8.9 PER, 42 TS%, 21 USG% (159 minutes)
67 (-1) Steve Blake (DET): 9.8 PER, 51 TS%, 15 USG%
67 (X) Xavier Munford (MEM): 9.9 PER, 48 TS%, 19 USG% (244 minutes)
67 (NC) Lorenzo Brown: 4.4 PER, 37 TS%, 25 USG% (61 minutes)
66 (-3) Tyus Jones (MIN): 11.2 PER, 45 TS%, 16 USG%
65 (+1) Jorge Gutierrez (CHA): 19.1 PER, 69 TS%, 16 USG% (63 minutes)
FREE AGENTS & D-LEAGUE
76 (+4) Mario Chalmers (FREE AGENT): 17.3 PER, 56 TS%, 22 USG%
74 (-1) Beno Udrih (FREE AGENT): 9.5 PER, 50 TS%, 17 USG%
71 (NC) Ray McCallum (FREE AGENT): 9.1 PER, 45 TS%, 17 USG%
69 (NC) Pierre Jackson (DLG, Idaho Stampede)
69 (NC) John Lucas (DLG, Fort Wayne Mad Ants)
68 (+1) Jimmer Fredette (DLG, Westchester Knicks): 12.0 PER, 63 TS%, 23 USG% (18 minutes)
68 (NC) Phil Pressey (DLG, Idaho Stampede): 10.6 PER, 43 TS%, 19 USG% (283 minutes)
68 (+1) Russ Smith (DLG, Delaware 87ers): 10.5 PER, 42 TS%, 24 USG% (66 minutes)
67 (NC) Bryce Cotton (DLG, Austin Spurs): 1.7 PER, 40 TS%, 17 USG% (39 minutes)
67 (NC) David Stockton (DLG, Reno Bighorns)
66 (+1) Erick Green (DLG, Reno Bighorns): 12.4 PER, 47 TS%, 15 USG% (42 minutes)
66 (+2) Jared Cunningham (DLG, Idaho Stampede): 5.9 PER, 46 TS%, 17 USG%
66 (NC) Keith Appling (DLG, Erie Bayhawks): -4.8 PER, 34 TS%, 20 USG% (27 minutes)
63 (NC) Marquis Teague (DLG, Oklahoma City Blue)
62 (NC) Toure Murry (DLG, Texas Legends)
62 (NC) Darius Morris (DLG, Rio Grande Valley Vipers)
INTERNATIONAL & RETIRED
72 (NC) Nick Calathes (INT, Greece / Panathinaikos)
71 (NC) Will Bynum (INT, China / Guandong Southern Tigers)
71 (NC) Steve Nash (RETIRED)
70 (NC) Nate Robinson (INT, Israel / Hapoel Tel Aviv): 2.6 PER, 0 TS%, 2 USG% (23 minutes)
70 (NC) Luke Ridnour (RETIRED)
70 (NC) Nate Wolters (INT, Turkey / Besiktas)
66 (NC) Lester Hudson (INT, China / Liaoning Flying Dragons)
65 (NC) A.J. Price (INT, China / Shanghai Sharks)
65 (NC) Jerel McNeal (INT, Greece / Aris Thessaloniki)
65 (NC) Diante Garrett (INT, Israel / Maccabi Ashdod)
65 (NC) Sebastian Telfair (RETIRED)
65 (NC) Boruch Nojowitz (RETIRED / Make A Wish Foundation)
64 (NC) Dwight Buycks (INT, China / Fujian Sturgeons)
64 (NC) Gal Mekel (INT, Serbia / Crvena Zvezda)
64 (NC) Larry Drew II (INT, France / AS Monaco)
64 (NC) Jannero Pargo (RETIRED)
63 (NC) Julyan Stone (INT, Turkey / Royal Hali Gaziantep)
63 (NC) Kalin Lucas (INT, Turkey / Ankara Kolejliler)
62 (NC) Peyton Siva (INT, Italy / Juvecaserta Basket)
62 (NC) Casper Ware (INT, China / Tianjin Ronggang)
61 (NC) Mike James (RETIRED)

SHOOTING GUARD (88)
1-10
92 (NC) James Harden (HOU): 25.3 PER, 60 TS%, 33 USG% (ALL-STAR)
90 (+3) Klay Thompson (GSW): 18.6 PER, 60 TS%, 26 USG% (ALL-STAR)
88 (+5) DeMar DeRozan (TOR): 21.5 PER, 55 TS%, 30 USG% (ALL-STAR)
88 (+2) Jimmy Butler (CHI): 21.3 PER, 56 TS%, 24 USG% (ALL-STAR)
87 (+1) Dwyane Wade (MIA): 20.3 PER, 52 TS%, 32 USG% (ALL-STAR)
83 (+11) C.J. McCollum (POR): 17.7 PER, 54 TS%, 27 USG%
81 (+3) Khris Middleton (MIL): 16.8 PER, 56 TS%, 23 USG%
80 (+2) Manu Ginobili (SAS): 17.8 PER, 57 TS%, 24 USG%
80 (+3) Avery Bradley (BOS): 13.2 PER, 54 TS%, 20 USG%
79 (NC) J.J. Redick (LAC): 17.5 PER, 63 TS%, 23 USG%
11-20
79 (-1) Victor Oladipo (ORL): 16.7 PER, 53 TS%, 23 USG%
79 (+6) Will Barton (DEN): 16.0 PER, 54 TS%, 23 USG%
79 (-1) Bradley Beal (WAS): 15.5 PER, 55 TS%, 25 USG%
79 (+9) Rodney Hood (UTA): 14.1 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
79 (-6) Kobe Bryant (LAL): 14.9 PER, 47 TS%, 32 USG% (ALL-STAR)
79 (+7) Devin Booker (PHX): 11.9 PER, 54 TS%, 23 USG%
78 (-2) Louis Williams (LAL): 17.7 PER, 58 TS%, 23 USG%
78 (+5) Zach LaVine (MIN): 14.3 PER, 55 TS%, 24 USG%
78 (+2) Alec Burks (UTA): 14.3 PER, 52 TS%, 26 USG%
78 (-1) Jamal Crawford (LAC): 14.0 PER, 53 TS%, 25 USG%
21-30
78 (+6) Evan Fournier (ORL): 14.6 PER, 59 TS%, 20 USG%
78 (-3) Monta Ellis (IND): 13.7 PER, 50 TS%, 21 USG%
78 (NC) Tony Allen (MEM): 12.9 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
78 (+5) Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (DET): 12.4 PER, 52 TS%, 18 USG%
78 (-1) Wesley Matthews (DAL): 10.9 PER, 53 TS%, 17 USG%
77 (-1) Eric Gordon (NOP): 13.5 PER, 57 TS%, 20 USG%
77 (+1) J.R. Smith (CLE): 12.4 PER, 54 TS%, 18 USG%
76 (+3) Jeremy Lamb (CHA): 15.9 PER, 53 TS%, 22 USG%
76 (+11) Gary Harris (DEN): 12.7 PER, 57 TS%, 17 USG%
76 (NC) Danny Green (SAS): 10.5 PER, 49 TS%, 15 USG%
31-40
76 (-3) Kyle Korver (ATL): 9.7 PER, 58 TS%, 14 USG%
75 (+3) Marcus Thornton (WAS): 14.7 PER, 51 TS%, 24 USG%
75 (+2) C.J. Miles (IND): 14.0 PER, 55 TS%, 23 USG%
75 (+2) Tyler Johnson (MIA): 13.8 PER, 58 TS%, 17 USG%
75 (+1) Lance Stephenson (MEM): 13.5 PER, 55 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (+7) Norman Powell (TOR): 13.3 PER, 54 TS%, 17 USG%
75 (-1) Rodney Stuckey (IND): 12.6 PER, 50 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (NC) Courtney Lee (CHA): 11.5 PER, 55 TS%, 15 USG%
75 (+9) Josh Richardson (MIA): 11.4 PER, 57 TS%, 14 USG%
75 (NC) Arron Afflalo (NYK): 10.9 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
41-50
75 (+3) Andre Roberson (OKC): 10.2 PER, 57 TS%, 9 USG%
74 (+12) Sean Kilpatrick (BKN): 16.7 PER, 58 TS%, 25 USG%
74 (+7) Allan Crabbe (POR): 12.2 PER, 57 TS%, 16 USG%
74 (-1) Iman Shumpert (CLE): 8.4 PER, 48 TS%, 13 USG%
74 (NC) Jodie Meeks (DET): 13.5 PER, 51 TS%, 23 USG% (43 minutes)
73 (NC) Tim Hardaway (ATL): 11.7 PER, 56 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (-6) Kevin Martin (SAS): 11.5 PER, 52 TS%, 23 USG%
73 (+3) E'Twaun Moore (CHI): 11.4 PER, 55 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (NC) Isaiah Canaan (PHI): 11.1 PER, 53 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (-3) Gerald Green (MIA): 10.1 PER, 49 TS%, 20 USG%
51-60
73 (NC) Dion Waiters (OKC): 9.4 PER, 49 TS%, 18 USG%
73 (NC) Marco Belinelli (SAC): 9.4 PER, 50 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (+2) Garrett Temple (WAS): 9.3 PER, 52 TS%, 14 USG%
72 (+5) Seth Curry (SAC): 13.8 PER, 60 TS%, 17 USG%
72 (+3) Jonathon Simmons (SAS): 11.9 PER, 59 TS%, 19 USG%
72 (-2) Leandro Barbosa (GSW): 11.7 PER, 55 TS%, 18 USG%
72 (+6) Ian Clark (GSW): 11.5 PER, 54 TS%, 20 USG%
72 (NC) Justin Holiday (CHI): 9.4 PER, 49 TS%, 16 USG%
72 (-1) Mario Hezonja (ORL): 9.4 PER, 54 TS%, 17 USG%
72 (NC) Ben McLemore (SAC): 8.6 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
61-70
72 (NC) Andrew Goudelock (HOU): 12.4 PER, 51 TS%, 25 USG% (50 minutes)
71 (+2) Archie Goodwin (PHX): 11.1 PER, 50 TS%, 23 USG%
71 (+1) Wayne Ellington (BKN): 10.1 PER, 50 TS%, 18 USG%
71 (-4) O.J. Mayo (MIL): 7.7 PER, 47 TS%, 17 USG%
71 (-1) Randy Foye (OKC): 7.6 PER, 46 TS%, 16 USG%
71 (NC) Kirk Hinrich (ATL): 7.2 PER, 50 TS%, 12 USG%
70 (+1) Nik Stauskas (PHI): 9.2 PER, 52 TS%, 17 USG%
70 (NC) Jordan Adams (MEM): 17.3 PER, 43 TS%, 31 USG% (15 minutes)
69 (+2) John Jenkins (PHX): 10.0 PER, 52 TS%, 18 USG%
69 (NC) Rashad Vaughn (MIL): 4.2 PER, 40 TS%, 14 USG%
71-88
69 (-1) Sonny Weems (PHI): 3.7 PER, 46 TS%, 14 USG%
69 (+2) Troy Daniels (CHA): 14.9 PER, 63 TS%, 20 USG%
69 (+1) Markel Brown (BKN): 11.3 PER, 50 TS%, 19 USG%
69 (-1) K.J. McDaniels (HOU): 10.6 PER, 52 TS%, 19 USG% (235 minutes)
69 (+4) Bryce DeJean-Jones (NOP): 9.6 PER, 51 TS%, 19 USG% (279 minutes)
69 (NC) Alan Anderson (WAS): 9.2 PER, 50 TS%, 15 USG% (192 minutes)
68 (NC) Jordan McRae (CLE): 14.2 PER, 55 TS%, 24 USG% (195 minutes)
68 (+1) Pat Connaughton (POR): 4.6 PER, 45 TS%, 19 USG% (143 minutes)
67 (-1) Darrun Hilliard II (DET): 10.7 PER, 51 TS%, 19 USG%
67 (+1) Chris Johnson (UTA): 8.2 PER, 48 TS%, 14 USG%
67 (NC) Axel Toupane (DEN): 7.1 PER, 49 TS%, 12 USG%
67 (NC) C.J. Wilcox (LAC): 12.9 PER, 49 TS%, 20 USG% (167 minutes)
67 (NC) John Holland (BOS)
66 (-3) Sasha Vujacic (NYK): 11.1 PER, 50 TS%, 17 USG%
66 (-2) Lamar Patterson (ATL): 5.1 PER, 47 TS%, 13 USG%
66 (-2) James Young (BOS): 3.6 PER, 38 TS%, 9 USG% (199 minutes)
65 (-2) R.J. Hunter (BOS): 7.7 PER, 48 TS%, 15 USG%
65 (-1) Aaron Harrison (CHA): 4.3 PER, 37 TS%, 14 USG% (93 minutes)
64 (-1) Devyn Marble (ORL): 5.2 PER, 37 TS%, 16 USG% (249 minutes)
FREE AGENTS & D-LEAGUE
75 (+2) Gary Neal (FREE AGENT): 13.8 PER, 56 TS%, 21 USG%
68 (NC) Orlando Johnson (DLG, Austin Spurs): 3.6 PER, 35 TS%, 18 USG% (101 minutes)
68 (NC) Nick Johnson (DLG, Austin Spurs)
67 (NC) Joe Harris (FREE AGENT): 3.4 PER, 38 TS%, 15 USG% (15 minutes)
65 (NC) Ricky Ledo (DLG, Reno Bighorns)
61 (NC) Vander Blue (DLG, Los Angeles D-Fenders)
INTERNATIONAL & RETIRED
74 (NC) Ray Allen (RETIRED)
73 (NC) Jason Richardson (RETIRED)
71 (NC) Willie Green (RETIRED)
71 (NC) Ben Gordon (RETIRED)
70 (NC) Jordan Crawford (INT, China / Tianjin Ronggang)
70 (NC) Alexey Shved (INT, Russia / Khimki)
68 (NC) Jamaal Franklin (INT, China / Shanxi Zhongyu)
67 (NC) Elijah Millsap (INT, Israel / Maccabi Tel Aviv): 6.5 PER, 38 TS%, 15 USG% (173 minutes)
67 (NC) Jabari Brown (INT, China / Foshan Dralions)
66 (NC) Elliot Williams (INT / Greece, Panathinaikos): 3.3 PER, 34 TS%, 13 USG% (45 minutes)
66 (NC) Zoran Dragic (INT, Russia / Khimki)
66 (NC) Carrick Felix (RETIRED)
65 (NC) Chris Babb (INT, Germany / Ratiopharm Ulm)
65 (NC) Malcolm Lee (RETIRED)
64 (NC) Doron Lamb (INT / France, JSF Nanterre)
64 (NC) Shannon Brown (RETIRED)
63 (NC) Othyus Jeffers (INT, Phillipines / Barangay Ginebra San Miguel)
63 (NC) Glen Rice Jr (RETIRED)
62 (NC) Dionte Christmas (INT, Greece / AEK Athens)
60 (NC) Patrick Christopher (DLG, Iowa Energy)
60 (NC) Kim English (RETIRED)
59 (NC) Andre Dawkins (INT, Italy / Auxilium CUS Torino)
58 (NC) Jason Kapono (RETIRED)

SMALL FORWARD (95)
1-10
96 (+2) LeBron James (CLE): 27.5 PER, 59 TS%, 31 USG% (ALL-STAR)
94 (+3) Kevin Durant (OKC): 28.2 PER, 63 TS%, 31 USG% (ALL-STAR)
94 (+7) Kawhi Leonard (SAS): 26.0 PER, 62 TS%, 26 USG% (ALL-STAR)
90 (+4) Paul George (IND): 20.9 PER, 56 TS%, 30 USG% (ALL-STAR)
88 (NC) Carmelo Anthony (NYK): 20.3 PER, 53 TS%, 30 USG% (ALL-STAR)
84 (+5) Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL): 18.8 PER, 57 TS%, 22 USG%
83 (NC) Gordon Hayward (UTA): 18.3 PER, 56 TS%, 26 USG%
81 (+5) Danilo Gallinari (DEN): 19.0 PER, 58 TS%, 23 USG%
81 (+1) Tyreke Evans (NOP): 17.9 PER, 53 TS%, 25 USG%
81 (+1) Andrew Wiggins (MIN): 16.5 PER, 54 TS%, 27 USG%
11-20
81 (+5) Jae Crowder (BOS): 15.8 PER, 57 TS%, 19 USG%
80 (+1) Chandler Parsons (DAL): 16.2 PER, 59 TS%, 21 USG%
80 (+3) Nicolas Batum (CHA): 15.6 PER, 55 TS%, 21 USG%
80 (-3) Rudy Gay (SAC): 15.5 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
80 (+2) Luol Deng (MIA): 15.0 PER, 55 TS%, 17 USG%
79 (NC) Tobias Harris (DET): 16.2 PER, 56 TS%, 19 USG%
79 (+6) Al-Farouq Aminu (POR): 12.7 PER, 53 TS%, 17 USG%
79 (+2) Andre Iguodala (GSW): 12.2 PER, 57 TS%, 12 USG%
79 (+1) Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (CHA): 16.9 PER, 60 TS%, 18 USG% (205 minutes)
78 (+4) Evan Turner (BOS): 13.6 PER, 51 TS%, 19 USG%
21-30
77 (+5) T.J. Warren (PHX): 15.7 PER, 55 TS%, 20 USG%
77 (+5) Otto Porter (WAS): 14.5 PER, 56 TS%, 16 USG%
77 (NC) Harrison Barnes (GSW): 12.3 PER, 56 TS%, 16 USG%
77 (NC) Wilson Chandler (DEN)
76 (+4) Kent Bazemore (ATL): 13.4 PER, 55 TS%, 20 USG%
76 (-1) Jeff Green (LAC): 13.0 PER, 51 TS%, 20 USG%
76 (-1) Trevor Ariza (HOU): 12.9 PER, 55 TS%, 16 USG%
76 (+3) Marcus Morris (DET): 12.7 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
76 (-3) Joe Johnson (MIA): 12.0 PER, 54 TS%, 18 USG%
76 (-3) DeMarre Carroll (TOR): 11.9 PER, 49 TS%, 19 USG%
31-40
76 (+2) Justise Winslow (MIA): 8.4 PER, 49 TS%, 13 USG%
75 (NC) Shabazz Muhammad (MIN): 15.2 PER, 55 TS%, 23 USG%
75 (+2) Terrence Ross (TOR): 12.9 PER, 55 TS%, 18 USG%
75 (NC) Jared Dudley (WAS): 11.7 PER, 60 TS%, 13 USG%
75 (+4) Bojan Bogdanovic (BKN): 10.7 PER, 55 TS%, 19 USG%
74 (+2) Derrick Williams (NYK): 17.2 PER, 55 TS%, 23 USG%
74 (+6) Maurice Harkless (POR): 13.3 PER, 54 TS%, 16 USG%
74 (+3) Kyle Anderson (SAS): 12.9 PER, 53 TS%, 14 USG%
74 (+1) Vince Carter (MEM): 12.7 PER, 52 TS%, 19 USG%
74 (NC) Thabo Sefolosha (ATL): 12.4 PER, 58 TS%, 12 USG%
41-50
74 (+1) Solomon Hill (IND): 12.2 PER, 54 TS%, 13 USG%
74 (+6) Doug McDermott (CHI): 10.9 PER, 56 TS%, 17 USG%
74 (-1) P.J. Tucker (PHX): 10.8 PER, 51 TS%, 13 USG%
74 (+4) Lance Thomas (NYK): 10.4 PER, 56 TS%, 17 USG%
74 (+1) Stanley Johnson (DET): 8.7 PER, 46 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (+1) Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (BKN): 14.2 PER, 52 TS%, 14 USG%
73 (NC) Omri Casspi (SAC): 13.9 PER, 59 TS%, 18 USG%
73 (NC) Robert Covington (PHI): 13.2 PER, 54 TS%, 22 USG%
73 (-1) Gerald Henderson (POR): 12.9 PER, 53 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (+4) Jerami Grant (PHI): 12.6 PER, 51 TS%, 18 USG%
51-60
73 (+2) Justin Anderson (DAL): 12.3 PER, 52 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (-2) James Johnson (TOR): 11.4 PER, 53 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (+1) Wesley Johnson (LAC): 11.0 PER, 51 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (+3) Joe Ingles (UTA): 10.3 PER, 57 TS%, 14 USG%
73 (-3) Corey Brewer (HOU): 9.9 PER, 48 TS%, 18 USG%
73 (+1) Richard Jefferson (CLE): 9.7 PER, 59 TS%, 13 USG%
73 (-5) Paul Pierce (LAC): 8.2 PER, 49 TS%, 18 USG%
72 (+5) Reggie Bullock (DET): 12.0 PER, 58 TS%, 11 USG%
72 (-1) Matt Barnes (MEM): 11.7 PER, 50 TS%, 18 USG%
72 (+7) Brandon Rush (GSW): 10.1 PER, 56 TS%, 13 USG%
61-70
72 (+1) Hollis Thompson (PHI): 9.2 PER, 53 TS%, 16 USG%
72 (-1) Mike Dunleavy (CHI): 9.1 PER, 54 TS%, 14 USG%
72 (+3) Dante Cunningham (NOP): 8.6 PER, 54 TS%, 11 USG%
72 (NC) Tony Snell (CHI): 6.4 PER, 48 TS%, 14 USG%
72 (NC) Caron Butler (SAC): 11.3 PER, 49 TS%, 16 USG% (176 minutes)
72 (NC) Dorell Wright (MIA)
72 (NC) Quincy Pondexter (NOP)
71 (+1) Luke Babbitt (NOP): 11.6 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
71 (-3) Anthony Morrow (OKC): 10.7 PER, 54 TS%, 17 USG%
70 (NC) James Ennis (NOP): 17.8 PER, 62 TS%, 20 USG%
71-80
70 (-3) Nick Young (LAL): 9.1 PER, 48 TS%, 19 USG%
70 (NC) Sergey Karasev (BKN): 8.5 PER, 56 TS%, 12 USG%
70 (-1) Kelly Oubre Jr. (WAS): 8.2 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
70 (NC) Alonzo Gee (NOP): 7.8 PER, 56 TS%, 9 USG%
70 (NC) Sam Dekker (HOU): 10.8 PER, N/A TS%, 0 USG% (6 minutes)
69 (NC) Jakarr Sampson (DEN): 8.3 PER, 50 TS%, 17 USG%
69 (-3) Metta World Peace (LAL): 8.3 PER, 44 TS%, 16 USG%
69 (-2) Kyle Singler (OKC): 6.6 PER, 48 TS%, 12 USG%
69 (+1) Mike Miller (DEN): 6.5 PER, 51 TS%, 9 USG%
69 (-4) Tayshaun Prince (MIN): 6.3 PER, 47 TS%, 8 USG%
81-95
69 (+1) Damjan Rudez (MIN): 5.5 PER, 57 TS%, 13 USG% (255 minutes)
68 (-1) James Jones (CLE): 11.6 PER, 58 TS%, 16 USG%
68 (+1) Glenn Robinson III (IND): 11.4 PER, 51 TS%, 16 USG%
68 (-1) P.J. Hairston (MEM): 6.9 PER, 47 TS%, 16 USG%
68 (NC) Cleanthony Early (NYK): 2.2 PER, 37 TS%, 15 USG% (158 minutes)
67 (NC) Jordan Hamilton (NOP): 12.4 PER, 50 TS%, 21 USG%
67 (-4) Chase Budinger (PHX): 10.7 PER, 51 TS%, 15 USG%
67 (-3) James Anderson (SAC): 6.0 PER, 47 TS%, 14 USG%
67 (-2) Damian Inglis (MIL): 6.7 PER, 44 TS%, 15 USG% (156 minutes)
66 (NC) Dahntay Jones (CLE): 10.3 PER, 46 TS%, 15 USG% (42 minutes)
65 (-3) Anthony Brown (LAL): 4.9 PER, 43 TS%, 11 USG%
65 (NC) Josh Huestis (OKC): 6.7 PER, 51 TS%, 13 USG% (55 minutes)
65 (NC) Luis Montero (POR): -2.7 PER, 34 TS%, 26 USG% (42 minutes)
65 (NC) Bruno Caboclo (TOR): -7.7 PER, 13 TS%, 17 USG% (43 minutes)
64 (-1) Jarrell Eddie (WAS): 11.0 PER, 46 TS%, 21 USG% (147 minutes)
FREE AGENTS & D-LEAGUE
72 (-1) Rasual Butler (FREE AGENT): 13.5 PER, 56 TS%, 13 USG%
69 (NC) Xavier Henry (DLG, Santa Cruz Warriors)
68 (NC) Coty Clarke (DLG, Maine Red Claws): 23.9 PER, 75 TS%, 36 USG% (6 minutes)
68 (NC) Chris Douglas-Roberts (FREE AGENT)
68 (NC) Landry Fields (FREE AGENT)
67 (NC) Chris Copeland (FREE AGENT): 5.4 PER, 46 TS%, 17 USG% (156 minutes)
67 (NC) Martell Webster (FREE AGENT)
66 (NC) Thanasis Antetokounmpo (DLG, Westchester Knicks): 32.9 PER, 75 TS%, 30 USG% (6 minutes)
65 (NC) J.J. O'Brien (DLG, Idaho Stampede): 1.3 PER, 0 TS%, 8 USG% (6 minutes)
65 (NC) Cartier Martin (FREE AGENT)
61 (NC) Darington Hobson (DLG, Santa Cruz Warriors)
60 (NC) Shane Edwards (FREE AGENT)
INTERNATIONAL & RETIRED
72 (NC) Shawn Marion (RETIRED)
71 (NC) Danny Granger (RETIRED)
69 (NC) John Salmons (RETIRED)
68 (NC) Gerald Wallace (RETIRED)
68 (NC) Hedo Turkoglu (RETIRED)
67 (NC) Kostas Papanikolaou (INT, Greece / Olympiacos): 6.0 PER, 46 TS%, 14 USG% (294 minutes)
67 (NC) Darius Miller (INT, Germany / Brose Baskets)
67 (NC) Austin Daye (INT, Italy / Consultinvest Pasaro)
67 (NC) Travis Outlaw (RETIRED)
66 (NC) Henry Walker (INT, Croatia / Cedevita Zagreb)
66 (NC) Reggie Williams (INT, Russia / Avtodor Saratov)
66 (NC) Francisco Garcia (INT, Puerto Rico / Vaqueros de Bayamon)
65 (NC) Tony Mitchell (INT, Italy / Dinamo Sassari)
63 (NC) Victor Claver (INT, Russia / Lokomotiv Kuban)
63 (NC) Damion James (INT, Puerto Rico / Cangrejeros de Santurce)
57 (NC) James Nunnally (INT, Italy / Sidigas Avellino)

POWER FORWARD (86)
1-10
91 (-1) Anthony Davis (NOP): 25.0 PER, 56 TS%, 30 USG% (ALL-STAR)
89 (+1) LaMarcus Aldridge (SAS): 22.4 PER, 57 TS%, 26 USG% (ALL-STAR)
89 (+7) Draymond Green (GSW): 19.3 PER, 59 TS%, 19 USG% (ALL-STAR)
88 (NC) Blake Griffin (LAC): 22.1 PER, 54 TS%, 30 USG%
87 (+4) Paul Millsap (ATL): 21.3 PER, 56 TS%, 24 USG% (ALL-STAR)
85 (+3) Derrick Favors (UTA): 21.6 PER, 55 TS%, 24 USG%
85 (+1) Chris Bosh (MIA): 20.2 PER, 57 TS%, 25 USG% (ALL-STAR)
85 (+1) Dirk Nowitzki (DAL): 19.0 PER, 56 TS%, 26 USG%
83 (+2) Kevin Love (CLE): 19.0 PER, 55 TS%, 23 USG%
80 (+1) Kenneth Faried (DEN): 21.0 PER, 58 TS%, 21 USG%
11-20
80 (-4) Zach Randolph (MEM): 18.3 PER, 52 TS%, 25 USG%
80 (+6) Kristaps Porzingis (NYK): 17.7 PER, 52 TS%, 25 USG%
79 (+4) Thaddeus Young (BKN): 17.5 PER, 53 TS%, 22 USG%
79 (-1) Serge Ibaka (OKC): 13.9 PER, 53 TS%, 18 USG%
78 (+2) Ryan Anderson (NOP): 17.2 PER, 55 TS%, 25 USG%
78 (+1) Jabari Parker (MIL): 14.8 PER, 54 TS%, 21 USG%
78 (+11) Michael Beasley (HOU): 22.5 PER, 56 TS%, 30 USG%
77 (NC) David West (SAS): 17.6 PER, 57 TS%, 18 USG%
77 (+3) Aaron Gordon (ORL): 17.0 PER, 54 TS%, 17 USG%
77 (+6) Marvin Williams (CHA): 16.8 PER, 59 TS%, 17 USG%
21-30
77 (+1) Amir Johnson (BOS): 16.0 PER, 60 TS%, 14 USG%
76 (+7) Mirza Teletovic (PHX): 16.2 PER, 57 TS%, 23 USG%
76 (NC) Taj Gibson (CHI): 15.6 PER, 56 TS%, 15 USG%
76 (+2) Julius Randle (LAL): 13.9 PER, 48 TS%, 21 USG%
76 (-2) Markieff Morris (WAS): 12.2 PER, 49 TS%, 24 USG%
76 (+2) Patrick Patterson (TOR): 10.6 PER, 53 TS%, 13 USG%
75 (-1) David Lee (DAL): 19.6 PER, 57 TS%, 22 USG%
75 (+1) Brandon Bass (LAL): 17.4 PER, 62 TS%, 14 USG%
75 (+7) Dwight Powell (DAL): 16.8 PER, 56 TS%, 18 USG%
75 (+3) Jon Leuer (PHX): 16.2 PER, 56 TS%, 20 USG%
31-40
75 (-1) Nikola Mirotic (CHI): 15.6 PER, 56 TS%, 21 USG%
75 (+1) Boris Diaw (SAS): 14.0 PER, 58 TS%, 17 USG%
75 (+4) Channing Frye (CLE): 12.9 PER, 59 TS%, 15 USG%
75 (+4) Darrell Arthur (DEN): 12.5 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
75 (NC) Donatas Motiejunas (HOU): 11.3 PER, 50 TS%, 21 USG%
74 (NC) Carl Landry (PHI): 22.4 PER, 61 TS%, 24 USG%
74 (NC) Ersan Ilyasova (ORL): 14.2 PER, 53 TS%, 19 USG%
74 (+3) Bobby Portis (CHI): 13.8 PER, 47 TS%, 21 USG%
74 (-1) Luis Scola (TOR): 13.6 PER, 52 TS%, 20 USG%
74 (-1) Terrence Jones (HOU): 13.5 PER, 52 TS%, 19 USG%
41-50
74 (-2) Kevin Garnett (MIN): 12.3 PER, 49 TS%, 11 USG%
73 (+5) Andrew Nicholson (ORL): 14.8 PER, 57 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (NC) Thomas Robinson (BKN): 14.5 PER, 45 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (+1) Mike Scott (ATL): 14.0 PER, 58 TS%, 17 USG%
73 (-1) Trevor Booker (UTA): 14.4 PER, 53 TS%, 15 USG%
73 (+1) Kris Humphries (ATL): 13.1 PER, 52 TS%, 20 USG%
73 (-2) Josh Smith (HOU): 10.6 PER, 44 TS%, 23 USG%
72 (+3) Quincy Acy (SAC): 14.7 PER, 63 TS%, 13 USG%
72 (+5) JaMychal Green (MEM): 14.6 PER, 52 TS%, 20 USG%
72 (+4) Larry Nance Jr (LAL): 13.4 PER, 54 TS%, 13 USG%
51-60
72 (-1) Tyler Hansbrough (CHA): 12.5 PER, 52 TS%, 15 USG%
72 (NC) Charlie Villaneuva (DAL): 11.9 PER, 47 TS%, 25 USG%
72 (+1) Lavoy Allen (IND): 11.4 PER, 53 TS%, 13 USG%
72 (-1) Nick Collison (OKC): 7.7 PER, 50 TS%, 11 USG%
72 (+3) Luc Mbah a Moute (LAC): 7.3 PER, 50 TS%, 9 USG%
71 (NC) Josh McRoberts (MIA): 9.9 PER, 45 TS%, 15 USG%
71 (+3) Jordan Mickey (BOS): 15.3 PER, 40 TS%, 21 USG% (57 minutes)
70 (+2) Willie Reed (BKN): 19.2 PER, 58 TS%, 18 USG%
70 (NC) Jason Thompson (TOR): 14.2 PER, 56 TS%, 14 USG%
70 (-2) Trey Lyles (UTA): 11.6 PER, 52 TS%, 18 USG%
61-70
70 (-2) Jonas Jerebko (BOS): 10.3 PER, 53 TS%, 14 USG%
70 (+1) Adreian Payne (MIN): 5.6 PER, 42 TS%, 18 USG%
70 (NC) Matt Bonner (SAS): 14.1 PER, 65 TS%, 14 USG% (206 minutes)
70 (-1) Udonis Haslem (MIA): 9.1 PER, 43 TS%, 13 USG% (260 minutes)
69 (+2) Richaun Holmes (PHI): 15.9 PER, 56 TS%, 18 USG%
69 (+2) Jarell Martin (MEM): 14.0 PER, 53 TS%, 19 USG%
69 (+2) Chris McCullough (BKN): 12.2 PER, 47 TS%, 17 USG%
69 (-3) Nemanja Bjelica (MIN): 11.2 PER, 59 TS%, 13 USG%
69 (-1) Anthony Tolliver (DET): 10.2 PER, 54 TS%, 12 USG%
69 (-1) Drew Gooden III (WAS): 7.5 PER, 38 TS%, 18 USG%
71-86
69 (NC) Kevon Looney (GSW): 18.6 PER, 64 TS%, 17 USG% (21 minutes)
69 (NC) Cliff Alexander (POR): 11.6 PER, 50 TS%, 13 USG% (36 minutes)
68 (+2) Ryan Kelly (LAL): 10.3 PER, 44 TS%, 18 USG%
68 (-4) Noah Vonleh (POR): 8.6 PER, 47 TS%, 13 USG%
68 (+1) Christian Wood: 16.4 PER, 49 TS%, 19 USG% (145 minutes)
68 (-2) Jeremy Evans (DAL): 12.6 PER, 62 TS%, 12 USG% (251 minutes)
68 (+2) Branden Dawson (LAC): 7.1 PER, 46 TS%, 9 USG% (67 minutes)
68 (-3) Louis Amundson (NYK): 6.7 PER, 40 TS%, 18 USG% (204 minutes)
67 (-2) Montrezl Harrell (HOU): 14.6 PER, 64 TS%, 15 USG%
67 (NC) Alan Williams (PHX): 21.1 PER, 48 TS%, 23 USG% (68 minutes)
66 (+1) Johnny O'Bryant (MIL): 7.4 PER, 44 TS%, 14 USG%
65 (NC) Rakeem Christmas (IND): 32.0 PER, 100 TS%, 15 USG% (6 minutes)
65 (-1) Steve Novak (MIL): 14.4 PER, 65 TS%, 19 USG% (44 minutes)
65 (NC) Eric Moreland (SAC): 7.4 PER, 52 TS%, 10 USG% (48 minutes)
64 (-3) James Michael McAdoo (GSW): 15.9 PER, 55 TS%, 20 USG% (262 minutes)
63 (NC) Duje Dukan (SAC): 4.2 PER, 30 TS%, 18 USG% (24 minutes)
FREE AGENTS & D-LEAGUE
73 (-1) Andrea Bargnani (FREE AGENT): 11.8 PER, 50 TS%, 23 USG%
71 (-1) Jarnell Stokes (DLG, Sioux Falls Skyforce): 20.0 PER, 60 TS%, 15 USG% (18 minutes)
71 (NC) Glen Davis (FREE AGENT)
70 (NC) DeJuan Blair (FREE AGENT): 5.4 PER, 41 TS%, 18 USG% (218 minutes)
69 (NC) Cory Jefferson (DLG, Bakersfield Jam): 12.7 PER, 45 TS%, 21 USG% (50 minutes)
69 (NC) Anthony Bennett (FREE AGENT): 10.4 PER, 45 TS%, 19 USG% (84 minutes)
69 (NC) Perry Jones (DLG, Iowa Energy)
69 (NC) Shawne Williams (FREE AGENT)
65 (NC) Earl Clark (DLG, Delaware 87ers)
65 (NC) Grant Jerrett (FREE AGENT)
64 (+3) Justin Harper (DLG, Los Angeles D-Fenders): 6.9 PER, 60 TS%, 16 USG% (35 minutes)
64 (NC) Ronald Roberts (DLG, Raptors 905)
INTERNATIONAL & RETIRED
74 (NC) Carlos Boozer (RETIRED)
73 (NC) Reggie Evans (RETIRED)
71 (NC) Andrei Kirilenko (RETIRED)
70 (NC) Kenyon Martin (RETIRED)
70 (NC) Jeff Adrien (RETIRED)
68 (NC) Arnett Moultrie (INT, Lebanon / Al-Riyadi Beirut)
68 (NC) Jason Maxiell (INT, China / Tianjin Ronggang)
68 (NC) Rashard Lewis (RETIRED)
68 (NC) Brandon Davies (INT, Italy, Pallacanestro Varese)
68 (NC) Tyrus Thomas (INT, Germany / Eisbaren Bremerhaven)
67 (NC) Jack Cooley (INT, Spain / Unicaja)
67 (NC) Jeremy Tyler (INT, China / Fujian Sturgeons)
67 (NC) Maurice N'Dour (INT, Spain / Real Madrid)
66 (NC) Drew Gordon (INT, France / Champagne Chalons-Reims)
66 (NC) Chris Singleton (INT, Russia / Lokomotiv Kuban)
66 (NC) Travis Wear (INT, Spain / RETAbet.es GBC)
66 (NC) Jerrelle Benimon (INT, China, Foshan Dralions)
65 (NC) Josh Powell (INT, Argentina / San Lorenzo)
65 (NC) Shavlik Randolph (INT, China / Liaoning Flying Leopards)
63 (NC) David Wear (INT, Spain / Baloncesto Fuenlabrada)
61 (NC) Erik Murphy (INT, Turkey / Besiktas)

CENTER (95)
1-10
90 (+3) DeMarcus Cousins (SAC): 23.6 PER, 54 TS%, 35 USG% (ALL-STAR)
89 (+6) Andre Drummond (DET): 21.2 PER, 50 TS%, 24 USG% (ALL-STAR)
86 (+5) Hassan Whiteside (MIA): 25.7 PER, 63 TS%, 21 USG%
86 (+8) Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN): 22.5 PER, 59 TS%, 25 USG%
85 (-1) Pau Gasol (CHI): 21.7 PER, 53 TS%, 25 USG% (ALL-STAR)
84 (+1) Brook Lopez (BKN): 21.7 PER, 56 TS%, 27 USG%
84 (NC) DeAndre Jordan (LAC): 20.6 PER, 63 TS%, 15 USG%
83 (+5) Jonas Valanciunas (TOR): 22.6 PER, 61 TS%, 21 USG%
83 (-2) Dwight Howard (HOU): 18.9 PER, 60 TS%, 18 USG%
82 (-1) Nikola Vucevic (ORL): 21.1 PER, 53 TS%, 27 USG%
11-20
82 (-5) Marc Gasol (MEM): 17.7 PER, 53 TS%, 23 USG%
80 (NC) Enes Kanter (OKC): 24.0 PER, 63 TS%, 23 USG%
80 (-3) Al Horford (ATL): 19.4 PER, 57 TS%, 21 USG% (ALL-STAR)
80 (+2) Marcin Gortat (WAS): 19.0 PER, 59 TS%, 19 USG%
80 (+1) Rudy Gobert (UTA): 17.5 PER, 58 TS%, 14 USG%
80 (-7) Tim Duncan (SAS): 16.9 PER, 52 TS%, 18 USG%
79 (-3) Greg Monroe (MIL): 21.8 PER, 56 TS%, 24 USG%
79 (-4) Al Jefferson (CHA): 18.2 PER, 51 TS%, 24 USG%
79 (+3) Steven Adams (OKC): 15.5 PER, 62 TS%, 13 USG%
78 (+3) Robin Lopez (NYK): 17.6 PER, 57 TS%, 18 USG%
21-30
78 (+1) Jahlil Okafor (PHI): 17.1 PER, 54 TS%, 27 USG%
78 (+1) Tristan Thompson (CLE): 15.9 PER, 61 TS%, 12 USG%
78 (+6) Bismack Biyombo (TOR): 14.9 PER, 59 TS%, 12 USG%
77 (+9) Nikola Jokic (DEN): 21.5 PER, 58 TS%, 20 USG%
77 (+1) Mason Plumlee (POR): 17.2 PER, 56 TS%, 17 USG%
77 (+3) Gorgui Dieng (MIN): 17.1 PER, 60 TS%, 17 USG%
77 (NC) Jared Sullinger (BOS): 16.7 PER, 48 TS%, 22 USG%
77 (NC) Andrew Bogut (GSW): 15.9 PER, 62 TS%, 11 USG%
77 (-2) Joakim Noah (CHI): 14.1 PER, 41 TS%, 14 USG%
77 (NC) Nikola Pekovic (MIN): 6.5 PER, 46 TS%, 20 USG% (156 minutes)
31-40
76 (+7) Boban Marjanovic (SAS): 27.7 PER, 66 TS%, 23 USG%
76 (NC) Ed Davis (POR): 18.7 PER, 62 TS%, 13 USG%
76 (+3) Zaza Pachulia (DAL): 16.2 PER, 55 TS%, 16 USG%
76 (+4) Festus Ezeli (GSW): 17.7 PER, 56 TS%, 18 USG%
76 (NC) Amar'e Stoudemire (MIA): 17.3 PER, 60 TS%, 18 USG%
76 (NC) Nene (WAS): 16.8 PER, 56 TS%, 22 USG%
76 (+3) Ian Mahinmi (IND): 16.6 PER, 60 TS%, 16 USG%
76 (+2) Kelly Olynyk (BOS): 16.3 PER, 56 TS%, 21 USG%
76 (-1) Nerlens Noel (PHI): 16.2 PER, 54 TS%, 19 USG%
76 (+2) Cody Zeller (CHA): 16.1 PER, 59 TS%, 15 USG%
41-50
76 (+3) Myles Turner (IND): 15.4 PER, 53 TS%, 21 USG%
76 (NC) Joel Embiid (PHI)
75 (+3) JaVale McGee (DAL): 19.9 PER, 57 TS%, 21 USG%
75 (+1) John Henson (MIL): 18.6 PER, 58 TS%, 19 USG%
75 (+5) Clint Capela (HOU): 18.3 PER, 55 TS%, 16 USG%
75 (-1) Marreese Speights (GSW): 17.1 PER, 51 TS%, 30 USG%
75 (NC) Jordan Hill (IND): 16.4 PER, 53 TS%, 20 USG%
75 (-4) Tyson Chandler (PHX): 14.7 PER, 61 TS%, 13 USG%
75 (+1) Alex Len (PHX): 12.4 PER, 48 TS%, 20 USG%
74 (+2) Cole Aldrich (LAC): 21.3 PER, 63 TS%, 18 USG%
51-60
74 (+2) Kyle O'Quinn (NYK): 17.5 PER, 52 TS%, 21 USG%
74 (+6) Salah Mejri (DAL): 16.8 PER, 64 TS%, 14 USG%
74 (NC) Jusuf Nurkic (DEN): 15.9 PER, 46 TS%, 27 USG%
74 (+5) Joffrey Lauvergne (DEN): 15.7 PER, 57 TS%, 20 USG%
74 (-2) Omer Asik (NOP): 11.0 PER, 55 TS%, 11 USG%
74 (-2) Brandan Wright (MEM): 18.3 PER, 66 TS%, 15 USG% (212 minutes)
73 (+1) Aron Baynes (DET): 17.8 PER, 56 TS%, 19 USG%
73 (+3) Jeff Withey (UTA): 17.7 PER, 58 TS%, 15 USG%
73 (+2) Miles Plumlee (MIL): 17.4 PER, 61 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (NC) J.J. Hickson (WAS): 16.8 PER, 51 TS%, 23 USG%
61-70
73 (NC) Chris Andersen (MEM): 15.3 PER, 60 TS%, 11 USG%
73 (+1) Kosta Koufos (SAC): 15.1 PER, 54 TS%, 15 USG%
73 (-4) Timofey Mozgov (CLE): 14.6 PER, 59 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (+1) Jason Smith (ORL): 14.6 PER, 51 TS%, 22 USG%
73 (-3) Tiago Splitter (ATL): 13.7 PER, 57 TS%, 16 USG%
73 (+1) Ryan Hollins (MEM): 12.3 PER, 64 TS%, 12 USG%
73 (+1) Meyers Leonard (POR): 11.3 PER, 56 TS%, 17 USG%
73 (-4) Roy Hibbert (LAL): 11.2 PER, 51 TS%, 13 USG%
73 (-3) Anderson Varejao (GSW): 11.1 PER, 47 TS%, 15 USG%
73 (-3) Chris Kaman (POR): 11.1 PER, 50 TS%, 20 USG% (112 minutes)
71-80
72 (-4) Tyler Zeller (BOS): 15.4 PER, 54 TS%, 23 USG%
72 (-2) Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC): 15.3 PER, 59 TS%, 13 USG%
72 (-2) Alexis Ajinca (NOP): 13.8 PER, 51 TS%, 20 USG%
72 (-1) Frank Kaminsky (CHA): 12.5 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
72 (+1) Spencer Hawes (CHA): 12.4 PER, 51 TS%, 17 USG%
72 (+1) Henry Sims (BKN): 13.9 PER, 50 TS%, 17 USG% (263 minutes)
71 (-1) Mike Muscala (ATL): 13.7 PER, 58 TS%, 16 USG%
71 (-1) Kevin Seraphin (NYK): 10.8 PER, 44 TS%, 22 USG%
71 (-1) Kendrick Perkins (NOP): 6.0 PER, 53 TS%, 10 USG%
71 (+1) Elton Brand (PHI): 11.4 PER, 46 TS%, 17 USG% (225 minutes)
71 (-2) Mitch McGary (OKC) 7.4 PER, 47 TS%, 20 USG% (72 minutes)
81-95
70 (-1) DeWayne Dedmon (ORL): 17.0 PER, 61 TS%, 15 USG%
70 (NC) Jeff Ayres (LAC): 8.3 PER, 59 TS%, 13 USG% (107 minutes)
69 (+3) Cameron Bairstow (CHI): 6.8 PER, 39 TS%, 20 USG% (103 minutes)
69 (NC) Nazr Mohammed (OKC): 6.0 PER, 68 TS%, 20 USG% (19 minutes)
68 (-1) Robert Sacre (LAL): 10.4 PER, 47 TS%, 14 USG%
68 (NC) Lucas Nogueira (TOR): 15.6 PER, 64 TS%, 12 USG% (225 minutes)
68 (-1) Sasha Kaun (CLE): 12.5 PER, 53 TS%, 14 USG% (95 minutes)
67 (-2) Tarik Black (LAL): 12.3 PER, 54 TS%, 13 USG%
67 (+1) Joel Anthony (DET): 14.1 PER, 67 TS%, 7 USG% (96 minutes)
66 (+1) Walter Tavares (ATL): 14.4 PER, 56 TS%, 17 USG% (73 minutes)
66 (-1) Shayne Whittington (IND): 7.4 PER, 46 TS%, 18 USG% (41 minutes)
66 (-3) Tibor Pleiss (UTA): 3.5 PER, 46 TS%, 19 USG% (82 minutes)
65 (-1) Cristiano Felicio (CHI): 17.6 PER, 60 TS%, 14 USG%
65 (NC) Greg Smith (MIN): 7.9 PER, 55 TS%, 11 USG% (192 minutes)
FREE AGENTS & D-LEAGUE
69 (NC) Sim Bhulllar (DLG, Raptors 905)
68 (NC) Chuck Hayes (FREE AGENT): 1.6 PER, 69 TS%, 11 USG% (24 minutes)
66 (NC) Alex Stepheson (DLG, Iowa Energy): 14.8 PER, 34 TS%, 20 USG% (73 minutes)
66 (NC) Hasheem Thabeet (FREE AGENT)
63 (NC) Daniel Orton (FREE AGENT)
63 (NC) Greg Stiemsma (FREE AGENT)
INTERNATIONAL & RETIRED
76 (NC) Larry Sanders (RETIRED)
74 (NC) Andray Blatche (INT, China / Xinjiang Flying Tigers)
73 (NC) Samuel Dalembert (INT, China / Shanxi Zhongyu)
73 (NC) Jermaine O'Neal (RETIRED)
72 (NC) Emeka Okafor (RETIRED)
71 (NC) Andrew Bynum (RETIRED)
70 (NC) Jerome Jordan (INT, Jiangsu Monkey King)
69 (+1) Furkan Aldemir (INT, Turkey / Darrusafaka & Dogus)
69 (NC) Ronny Turiaf (RETIRED)
68 (NC) Greg Oden (INT, China / Jiangsu Dragons)
67 (NC) Bernard James (INT, China / Shanghai Sharks)
67 (NC) Brendan Haywood (RETIRED)
67 (NC) Aaron Gray (RETIRED)
66 (NC) Josh Harrellson (INT, Latvia / VEF Riga)
65 (NC) Dexter Pittman (INT, Italy / Virtus Bologna)
64 (NC) Alex Kirk (INT, Italy / Pistoia Basket 2000)
64 (NC) Solomon Jones (RETIRED)
62 (NC) Kyrylo Fesenko (INT, Italy / Pallacanestro Cantu)
59 (NC) Earl Barron (INT, Taiwan / Fubon Braves)