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React to NBA 2K22 Utah Jazz Updated Player Ratings


Utah Jazz forward Bojan Bogdanovic (Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports)

Utah Jazz fans, like fans of any other NBA team, are likely to know how the team’s players are rated on NBA 2K22. As the game continues to expand its influence, player ratings are becoming a more common topic of discussion. After all, is there another major media source that gives players direct numerical ratings?

Imagine being told that you used to be an 87 at your job, but due to recent performance issues, you’ve become an 84. You might not be impressed. At the same time, they don’t make video games about freelance journalists, so maybe that’s a moot point.

If they did, this item would likely be available on the “Easy” setting.

Here’s our reaction to the updated NBA 2K22 player ratings.

Utah Jazz goaltender Mike Conley 2K rating: 83 (-1)

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Mike Conley is underrated. As it stands, however, that may not be true in NBA 2K22.

Conley’s January stats alone don’t even justify an 83 overall rating. He’s averaging 14 points and 5.2 assists per game. He’s also shooting 41.9 percent on 5.7 three-point attempts per game. We’ll go ahead and assume it got an A+ in that category.

He probably got solid marks in other areas as well. Conley has always been a player beyond the stats. His rating is likely bolstered by the game’s many IQ attributes.

He probably also deserves the one-point slip in his overall rating. He’s averaging nearly a point less per game in January than he was in December, and his turnovers are also up.