A complete Toronto Raptors 2K20 rating breakdown

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Patrick McCaw – 72 Overall

Pat McCaw started off last season at a 73 overall and is now a 72. For a guy who’s won titles in his first three seasons maybe he should have a higher rating… Not actually.

Notable Attributes

Steal – 86

McCaw’s perimeter defence is lower than average, but his steal rating is superb. Presumably, he won’t be playing a huge load of minutes in any game so risking fouls for steals should be the strategy with him.

Driving Dunk – 75

McCaw had three total dunks last season and has 21 in his career. He simply hasn’t dunked enough to have a rating this high. It’s an attribute that makes him more fun to play with, but still. Three dunks last year…

Matt Thomas – 72 Overall

Matt Thomas might be a guy who increases his rating over the course of the season. Although it could just as easily go the other way.

Notable Attributes

Three-Point Shot – 81

For the guy who was considered the best shooter outside of the NBA, his three-point rating could be higher. Either way, it’s solid. Running some 2K plays to get him open three’s will make him a deadly weapon and can move him up on your “favourite player to use” rank.

Perimeter Defence – 51 and Steal – 37

These two ratings go hand in hand. He’s terrible at defence (in both the game and real-life). Make sure he’s out there with your best defensive wings so you can hide him. There’s going to be a lot of times where you get angry at the computer for him not covering his guy.