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Lakers 2K Sports’ NBA 2K19 Ratings Released: LeBron James No. 1 Overall

The complete NBA 2K19 players ratings for Los Angeles Lakers as well as team rating. LeBron James given the highest overall rating in NBA 2K19 video game.

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Los Angeles Lakers Roster, Players NBA 2K19 Ratings- LeBron James Has The Highest Overall

Apart from the excitement that comes with improvements and additional new features each launch, the annual release of the NBA 2K19 video game franchise is also widely anticipated because of professional basketball player ratings. As for the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James holds the highest overall rating in NBA 2K19 at 98 percent according to 2K Sports game publisher.

The Lakers’ superstar LeBron James couldn’t be more happier with his rating in the NBA 2K19 video game title, while Kyle Kuzma and Josh Hart thought that they may have been bamboozled a bit at 80 and 76, respectively. Overall, the Purple and Gold franchise received a 93-percent rating as a team.

NBA 2K19 identified Lakers’ offense at 96 rating being the stronger than their defense at 90. As for individual player, Brandon Ingram is the next-highest rated player after LeBron at 82.

In terms of veteran basketballers outside of James who the Lakers landed in free agency period, Rajon Rondo edges JaVale McGee for highest player rating, 79 to 77. Many believe that Rondo will play a key role and is prepared for a strong season in City of Angels. As for the rookies, Moritz Wagner has a 72, followed by Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk at 70, and Isaac Bong at 68.

Complete list of the Los Angeles Lakers’ NBA 2K19 player ratings:

  • 1. LeBron James (98)
  • 2. Brandon Ingram (82)
  • 3. Kyle Kuzma (80)
  • 4. Lonzo Ball (79)
  • 5. Rajon Rondo (79)
  • 6. JaVale McGee (77)
  • 7. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (76)
  • 8. Josh Hart (76)
  • 9. Lance Stephenson (76)
  • 10. Michael Beasley (76)
  • 11. Ivica Zubac (73)
  • 12. Moritz Wagner (72)
  • 13. Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (70)
  • 14. Alex Caruso (68)
  • 15. Isaac Bonga (68)
  • 16. Travis Wear (66)

It’s quite difficult to measure how accurate Wagner’s rating is, considering that his Summer League stint was cut short due to injury. — The Centrio News/