Bradley Beal, Rui Hachimura get a boost on their NBA 2K20 ratings

Mike DePrisco

Bradley Beal is lighting up every defense he plays against and NBA 2K20 has taken notice. Though his rating still isn't as high as it should be. 

The Wizards play the Hornets on Friday at 7 p.m. EST on NBC Sports Washington.

Beal came into the season with an underwhelming 87 overall rating, and after averaging over 30 points per game over the first 12 games of the season, 2K decided to bump him up to 89 overall

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Other rating changes included Luka Doncic going from a 90 to a 93, Andrew Wiggins humping from 80 to 84, and Joel Embiid and Kyrie Irving each experiencing a drop from 92 to 91. 

Beal has one of the biggest jumps of the batch here, but let's be honest, he should be at least a 90 overall. 

He's leading the most prolific offense in the NBA, putting up career-high scoring numbers on uncharacteristically low shooting percentages and is well on his way to an All-NBA selection. He deserves a spot amongst the NBA's elite. 

Also, Rui Hachimura, who entered the season with a 76 got a small bump to 77 overall. He's started the season strong as one of the leading scorers among all rookies at 13.3 points per game and is starting to prove he's a building block for the Wizards. 

There's plenty of time for Beal and Hachimura to get another boost before the season ends, so if they continue to play the way they have to start the year, Wizards fans should expect Beal in 90s and Hachimura in the 80s before long. 

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Bradley Beal, Rui Hachimura get a boost on their NBA 2K20 ratings originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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