NBA 2K League: Worst Players in Turnovers in 2018 Season

These players suffer from careless ball-handling and passing

While turnovers are never a desirable statistic, it stands to reason that players that handle the ball more often are more likely to turn it over. That being said, these players could benefit from a reduced number of turnovers this upcoming season.

Worst Turnovers in the League

Dimez, PG 

Team: Mavs Gaming

Height: 6’3”

Turnovers Averaged: 4.3

Dimez was the number one overall pick in 2018. He was a top scorer, assist player and steals player in the league last season, but his turnovers were far from desirable. As the league leader in turnovers, that may be an area he seeks to improve on in the upcoming season.

Mama Im Dat Man, PG 

Team: Blazer5 Gaming

Height: 6’3”

Turnovers Averaged: 3.9

Nasser was a dynamic point guard last season, scoring, assisting and stealing in bunches. However, he also struggled to keep the ball safe as he turned the ball over second most in the league. He turned the ball over a staggering 3.9 times per game.


Team: Celtics Crossover Gaming

Height: 6’3”

Turnovers Averaged: 3.8

While Albano “OFAB” Thomallari is absolutely nutty in terms of assists, points and steals, his turnovers need improving. As the number two overall pick, he needs to be smarter with the ball to avoid costly errors for his team.

Lets Get It Ramo, PF 

Team: Pacers Gaming

Height: 6’11”

Turnovers Averaged: 3.6

Ramo “Lets Get It Ramo” Radoncic was the number 5 overall pick in the 2018 draft for Pistons GT. However, the team did not retain him and he will be playing for Pacers Gaming during the 2019 season. While he did contribute in many statistical areas, it is odd that he is only non-point guard in the top 5 ranking in turnovers. As a power forward, Ramo needs to be more careful with the ball.

Iamadamthe1st, PG 

Team: Knicks Gaming

Height: 6’3”

Turnovers Averaged: 3.4

Adam “Iamadamthe1st” Kudeimati of Knicks Gaming is a solid starting point guard. With averages of 16.8 points, 10.6 assists and 2.8 steals per game, his value is obvious. However, to reach that elite tier of point guard in this league, he needs to either lower his turnovers or improve his assist ratios.

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