Complete Houston Rockets ratings list for NBA 2K22 video game

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Friday’s official release of the NBA 2K22 video game also involved the annual release of NBA 2K’s ratings for all players across the league. To determine virtual skills, players are rated on a 1-to-100 scale in numerous categories, including a frequently disputed overall rating.

Courtesy of HoopsHype, we also know how each player stacks up compared to others around the league. For example, the two highest-rated players on the 2021-22 Houston Rockets roster — point guard John Wall and center Christian Wood — each have an 83 overall rating. That’s tied for No. 49 overall and matches players such as Mike Conley, Kyle Lowry, Pascal Siakam, Jaren Jackson, and Gordon Hayward.

From best to worst, here’s the initial ratings list for the Rockets:

  • John Wall, 83

  • Christian Wood, 83

  • Jalen Green, 79

  • Eric Gordon, 78

  • Jae’Sean Tate, 77

  • Kevin Porter Jr., 77

  • KJ Martin, 76

  • Daniel Theis, 76

  • David Nwaba, 76

  • DJ Augustin, 73

  • Alperen Sengun, 73

  • Danuel House Jr., 72

  • Usman Garuba, 72

  • Tyler Bey, 70

  • Josh Christopher, 70

  • Khyri Thomas, 69

  • Armoni Brooks, 69

  • Anthony Lamb, 68

Porter Jr. has already made it clear that he strongly disagrees with his 77 rating, noting he believes he should be in the 80s and ahead of rookies (including Green) who have yet to play in the NBA.

Depending on results in the upcoming 2021-22 season, these roster ratings could be adjusted in later NBA 2K updates.

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