VIDEO: Kobe Bryant Rated An 89 In NBA 2K15

Basketball fans and video gamers everywhere anxiously await the latest edition of NBA 2K15 every year. And fans of the Lakers no longer have to wonder how the team will be rated.

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Julius Randle was revealed to be a 76, even though he felt he should be a 99, but now the rest of the team is known as well thanks to this video from Javier Gonzalez:

As expected, Kobe Bryant is the highest rated Laker, and the only player on the team with a rating over 80. Bryant checked in at an 89, the first time in recent memory that he wasn’t over a 90 and four points lower than last season.

Other notable ratings include Nick Young and Carlos Boozer at a 78, Jeremy Lin at a 77, and Steve Nash and Jordan Hill joining Randle with a 76.

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The rest of the roster is pretty solid as well with Wesley Johnson, Ed Davis, and Xavier Henry all getting a 73, Ryan Kelly comes in at a 71, and rookie Jordan Clarkson is a 70. Unfortunately for Robert Sacre, he is the lowest rated Laker with a 67.

The Lakers likely won’t be among the higher rated teams, but they do seem to be well balanced, and will still be fun to play with as long as Kobe is there.

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