The Washington Wizards are the worst team in NBA 2K20

Washington Wizards (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Washington Wizards (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) /

Add NBA 2K20 to the list of those that don’t believe in the Washington Wizards this season.

With John Wall sidelined, NBA 2K20 believes the Washington Wizards are destined for failure this season. With an overall rating of 74, the Wizards are the worst-rated team in the game. They will hardly matchup against any opponent in NBA 2K20, even with Bradley Beal on the roster.

Are the Washington Wizards really that bad of a team? The worst in the NBA? 2K thinks so. The Wizards will start the season with two players that have made All-Star rosters in Isaiah Thomas and Bradley beal, yet that hardly helps their team rating at all.

The Phoenix Suns, a team that has yet to make the playoffs with its young core,  are ranked above the Wizards. The Charlotte Hornets are also ranked above the Wizards despite losing Kemba Walker, their star player, to the Boston Celtics in free agency.

So again I ask, are the Wizards that bad of a team?

The Wizards will need to prove that their current roster can compete amongst the best this season in order to improve their rating. Should Wizards fans be alarmed about the ratings? I don’t believe so. The season has yet to start, and it’s impossible to know how bad or good the Wizards roster will be.

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I believe NBA 2K20 got it wrong. The game has Bradley Beal rated at an 87 overall, putting players like Donovan Mitchell above an All-Star guard like Beal. If the game believes the Wizards are the worst team in the NBA, it should give the Wizards fuel for this season. Since many NBA players tend to play NBA 2K, I am sure they will notice the ratings. Let’s recheck these rating once the season’s underway and they’ve had time to make adjustments.

With the NBA world believing the Wizards have no chance this upcoming season, how will the Wizards roster respond? NBA 2K may be firing some employees once the Wizards prove that they are worthy of far more than a 74 team rating for this upcoming season.