All of the young Los Angeles Lakers seem to be enjoying the process of discovering their overall ratings in NBA 2K. D'Angelo Russell received a score of 79 overall, while Larry Nance, Jr. got a 75. Jordan Clarkson was the latest to share his on Friday.
A 77 seems about right for Clarkson, especially if most agree that Russell will be the higher-usage member of the backcourt this season. Still, these ratings are updated throughout the year, so if Clarkson makes a higher than expected leap in his third campaign, he could get his rating raised in the game.
That perk may not matter much to Clarkson, however. He'll probably be too busy roaming random parks and trying to catch them all as part of his addiction to Pokemon Go, anyway.
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