A complete Toronto Raptors 2K20 rating breakdown

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Kyle Lowry – 85 Overall

Simply put, Kyle Lowry should have a higher rating than this. There are not many guards with his skill set. He’s one of the best passers in the league, he’s a solid defender, and he can shoot the three-ball.

Lowry’s counting statistics may have taken a step back last season, but his talent didn’t fall off.

The 85 overall makes Lowry the 13th best point guard in the game, even though he’s coming off his fifth straight all-star appearance and a championship. Last year he topped off at 88 overall in the middle of the season. Something closer to that should be considered

Notable Attributes

Three-Point Shot – 78

Lowry should have a higher three-point rating. He’s shot a career 37.8-percent from beyond the arc and, despite a down year last season, he still hit about 35-percent. It’s not a huge deal, but a slight bump to an 80 should be the move.

Perimeter Defence – 86

On a more positive note, Lowry’s defence is fantastic. The combination of his hands, hustle, and intangibles makes his perimeter d that much better. This version of 2K makes having a positive defender really important, and there are not many guards rated better.

Hands – 95

This one isn’t a super important attribute in terms of playing as Lowry, but it’s good for a player to have. Essentially, Lowry will be less likely to get the ball stolen from him and fumble passes but will be better at securing loose balls and holding onto the rock in traffic.

Intangibles – 98 and Hustle – 97

You likely won’t notice these attributes, and that’s a good thing. It just makes sure Lowry’s a good player when you aren’t controlling him.