A complete Toronto Raptors 2K20 rating breakdown

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Chris Boucher – 71 Overall

Chris Boucher’s another guy who’s rating might drastically fluctuate throughout the year. 71 seems kind of high for a guy who’s never really been part of an NBA rotation. Ronnie 2K must be watching some G-League.

Notable Attributes

Driving Dunk – 55

For a guy who’s 6’10, this is not good. Combined with his layup (62) and close shot (66), it’s smart to keep from shooting in the paint.

Block – 85

With this high of a block rating, make sure to contest every shot in front of Boucher. Seriously, mash the block button whenever you can. You might get called on a few fouls, but if successful, you’ll get a whole lot of transition points.

Offensive-Rebound – 79

Boucher isn’t exactly the upper echelon of the NBA in terms of offensive rebounding, but he’s good enough. It’s the one reason to keep him inside the paint on offence.

Terence Davis – 70 Overall

For the most part, Terence Davis is only ever going to get in when the computer makes those automatic substitutions in garbage time. You know the ones. Even then, there’s a list of guys who will come before him.

Notable Attributes

Perimeter Defence – 67 and Steal – 70

His perimeter defence is okay, but his steal rating is what’s impressive. He could be useful for you if you need to force a quick turnover late in a game.

Three-Point – 74 and Mid-Range – 68

For a shooting guard, shooting isn’t his specialty. Get him wide open and maybe he can a three-ball or two.

Malcolm Miller – 69 Overall

Malcolm Miller’s overall went up a point this off-season. Why? Who knows but maybe it’s a sign of things to come.

Notable Attributes

Three-Point – 84

The best three-point shooter on the team is Malcolm Miller. That makes him a pretty useful player. His ball-handling (45) is very weak so running the 2K plays where he runs through screens is the best use of his ability. Because of this, he might be the most used 69 overall player in the game.

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For the most part, 2K did a really good job rating this Raptors squad. If anything, the team is really fun to play with, which at the end of the day is the most important thing.

One thing that’s almost certain is that the Raptors rating will go up throughout the course of the season. Instead of being in the lower half of the league, they’ll surely rise up the ranks. Not so much at the top of their roster, but more around the edges with guys like OG, Norm, and VanVleet.