Predicting the Washington Wizards’ player ratings in NBA 2K24

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Washington Wizards, Johnny Davis
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Johnny Davis is a tough player to place in terms of 2K ratings

After going tenth overall in last year’s NBA Draft, Johnny Davis proceeded to disappoint everyone in just about every fashion. He struggled to produce anything on the NBA level until late in the season and also struggled in the G-League for most of the season.

His production did increase late in the season, but his offense is still severely underdeveloped. He lacks the ability to hurt the defense on dribble drives and doesn’t have the shooting ability to force defenders out of the paint. On top of his scoring struggles, his playmaking is also subpar for his height and position.

He is another player who will likely not see any change in his rating from last season, especially following a solid end to the season and a quality outing in the Summer League.

Last season he was rated a 72 overall so that is likely where he will end up.

While there are some players that I missed, these are the players who are the most likely to see change heading into the new season. The Washington Wizards are maybe not the best team to rep in 2K24.

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