Charlotte Hornets: NBA 2k20 ratings released for all players

Charlotte Hornets Malik Monk. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Charlotte Hornets Malik Monk. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

It took a while, but we finally have a majority of the confirmed ratings for the Charlotte Hornets ahead of the release date for NBA 2K20.

The Charlotte Hornets are almost ready for the 2019-20 season, and the team now knows the NBA 2k20 ratings for every player on their roster. All of the ratings were released, except for the second-round picks.

NBA 2k20 is set to be released next month, and so far, the Hornets do not have a single-player over an 80 overall. This was expected after the team lost Kemba Walker to the Boston Celtics at the start of free agency.

After weeks of waiting for the 2k ratings to be released for the Hornets, we finally have the whole team’s individually ratings. These ratings for the Hornets were confirmed by

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Point Guard Terry Rozier: 78 Overall

Small Forward Nicolas Batum: 77 Overall

Center Cody Zeller: 77 Overall

Small Forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: 76 Overall

Power Forward Marvin Williams: 76 Overall

Center Willy Hernangomez: 76 Overall

Small Forward Miles Bridges: 76 Overall

Shooting Guard Malik Monk: 75 Overall

Center Bismack Biyombo: 75 Overall

Small Forward Dwayne Bacon: 73 Overall

Power Forward PJ Washington: 72 Overall

Point Guard Devonte Graham: 69 Overall

These ratings did not come as a surprise, as most of them followed up each player’s rating that they received last season. With these ratings, the Hornets will have one of the worst 2k rosters in NBA 2k20.

These ratings are going to change during the season, but I cannot disagree with Terry Rozier having the highest overall on the team. Based on his scoring production from the past two seasons, he could even lead the team in points per game during this upcoming season.

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NBA 2k20 is set to be released on September 6th, and fans will have the opportunity to try out players like Rozier and PJ Washington, as they were the most significant additions to the team. Expect the ratings for the Hornets’ second-round picks to be revealed when the game is released.