A complete Toronto Raptors 2K20 rating breakdown

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OG Anunoby – 73 Overall

Coming off a tough season, OG Anunoby’s rating being this low kind of makes sense. However, if I was betting on which Raptor would increase their 2K rating the most, OG would be at the top of my list.

Notable Attributes

Driving Dunk – 80

This is one of OG’s best attributes, which makes him more fun than most 73 overall’s. His rating is much higher than the average at his position but, he’s also got room to improve.

Close Shot – 57

Outside his dunk rating, OG kind of stinks at shots close to the basket. Using him to drive to the hoop with the hope of a dunk or layup is the ideal situation but, if stopped, kick it out to an open shooter.

Free Throw – 58

If Anunoby had a better layup and close-shot, it would make up for the really bad free throw rating he has. But, because of how bad it is driving to the rim makes little sense unless it’s a wide open dunk. His mid-range and three-point ratings are both 76 so staying on the perimeter makes the most sense when playing with OG.

Cameron Payne – 72 Overall

No complaints about Cameron Payne’s rating. He ended off last season as a 73, so he’s dropped a bit which, makes sense.

Notable Attributes

Close Shot – 88

For a guy on the smaller side, this high of a rating would be more useful for his driving layup rather than close-shot. He’s not a big man so, getting in close for jump-shot is pretty tough.

Perimeter Defence – 60

You’re going to struggle on defence if Payne is covering the other team’s best guard. Whether it’s you or the computer controlling him, you’ll probably want to force a switch somehow.