NBA News: Dwight Howard Ranked 96 in NBA 2K13

The Los Angeles Lakers’ roster resembles that of an All-Star team and they will surely be one of the most popular teams to play with in video games. The most popular basketball game, NBA 2K13, is set to release on Oct. 2 and player rankings are slowly emerging. The leader and main star of the Lakers, Kobe Bryant, is ranked 93, but his teammate has a higher number.

Dwight Howard is the newest member of the Lakers and 2K13 has given him an astonishing ranking of 96. Howard is coming off a solid season which ended abruptly due to injury. Still, when Howard is 100 percent healthy, there is no center that can compare to him.

The Lakers will get Howard back on the court a few months into the season, but fans can play with the Fantastic Four in NBA 2K13. The game offers many great game modes and it is a perfect way to get prepared for the 2012-13 season. The Lakers are poised for great success and it will be interesting to see just how well this team can play together, both in virtual reality and the real world.

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In case you missed it – Dwight Howard talks about starting over in Los Angeles
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