After the Toronto Raptors made history last season, the player ratings are sure to be different.
With injuries plaguing some of the biggest stars. It's inevitable some of the biggest names will be given a down grade.
10. C - Joel Embiid - 91 Overall
Embiid has shown this season why he is arguably the most dominant Center in the league since Shaq. Also watching him wind up all the other players on and off the court has been nothing short of hilarious
9. PG - Damian Lillard - 92 Overall
After an outstanding season from Portland's main man, Lillard will be awarded with a neat 92 overall next season.
These graphics look insane! Just look at the detail in his tattoos.
9. SF - Paul George - 93 Overall
After a formidable defensive season 'PG13' has had a huge upgrade despite his career threatening leg-break three years ago.
7. PF - Anthony Davis - 94 Overall
The Brow is the up there with the top scoring big men of all time. Davis and LeBron next season will cause some big problems for other teams so watch out for them.
6. PG - Steph Curry - 95 Overall
Will this man ever stop scoring? I mean come on. He has broken countless 3pt shooting records and is dubbed as the greatest shooter of all time.
5. SF - James Harden - 96 Overall
Despite his questionable defense. There is nobody that James Harden cannot cross out their sneakers. He always leads the scoring and average an outstanding 36.1 PPG. Incredible.
4. SF - Kevin Durant - 96 Overall
Durant is heading to Brooklyn and was one of the best players in the league this season. He is a cold-hearted shooter that can guard and score on almost anyone.
3. SF - Giannis Antetokounmpo - 96 Overall
The Greek Freak won his first and certainly not his last MVP title. Giannis did not keep his place as the 2K20 cover star but is still amongst the highest rated players. We already know he will be a problem.
2. SF - Kawhi Leonard - 97 Overall
He single-handedly brought down the dynasty of the Golden State Warriors and made history by bringing a chip to Canada. The first team outside the USA to win an NBA Championship.
1. SF - LeBron James - 97 Overall
For the first time since 2005, 'King James' did not reach the play-offs. He was injured for a third of the season and could not carry his inexperienced Laker teammates to glory. Adding to this, he will also be entering his 17th season and final season which takes its toll even on the greatest player this century.
We know that 2K keep a close eye on player performances throughout the season so expect some changes and some new faces to make the top 10 as the year goes on.