However, some basketball stars were not satisfied with the ratings they received. given.The ratings have been released for a handful of MT 2K23 players and some superstars do not like the scores they've received.Brooklyn Nets ' superstar forward Kevin Durant garnered a 96 overall rating, which in his view was unacceptable."Aye @Ronnie2K," Durant tweeted to the community manager of the video game, Ronnie Singh."I'm gonna need an explanation for why I'm not a 99? This has become laughable," Durant wrote.
The mysterious 99. Only five players have ever received 100 points: Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, LeBron James and Chris Paul. Shaquille O'Neal has been the only player to be given 100 percent within the game. game.Giannis Antetokounmpo was awarded the highest given rating of 97 in NBA 2K23 and was the only one who received this number. Durant is in good company as he's joined by LeBron, 2022 NBA Finals MVP Stephen Curry, reigning NBA MVP Nikola Jokic, and Joel Embiid.
Durant isn't the only person who took criticism of his stats. Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson was also disappointed because he received a score of 88 out of the top three-point shooters. He was ranked second and 11 points lower than teammates Curry."Put some respect into my name you bums" Thompson wrote, referencing NBA 2K.The 32-year old is in second place alongside Desmond Bane, Kevin Durant Kevin Durant, and Luke Kennard.
While Thompson is unhappy with 2K MT his position on the list, Minnesota Timberwolves big man Karl-Anthony Towns is bothered that the team did not make it into the list of top 5 shooters from the game.