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    Moving on to one of the players that is underrated in the NBA, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kenrich Williams follows for two different reasons. One is his perimeter defense, which is where the 27-year-old has earned his name in Oklahoma. He's tough to take down at the point of attack and also a force in one-onone situations and, in general NBA 2K23 MT, much better than what he's credited for. He is ranked ninth on the team in the perimeter defense, behind players such as Ty Jerome and Aleksej Poku?evski which isn't a good thing.

    On the other hand Williams has the fifth-highest 3-point rating on the team, even though he was 10th overall in 3-point percentage last season at 33.9% with 0.8 makes a game. Williams has a profile that isn't totally accurate, but his 75 overall is an acceptable starting point (even the fact that it should actually be more like 77).

    Russell Westbrook's homecoming season with Lakers Los Angeles Lakers did not run as planned. The rookie started the 2K22 season with an general 86 but gradually dipped in his performance after an uncharacteristic slump throughout the season. A former League MVP has currently 78 overall, which is the third highest in the league and where it was at the end of 2K22. You won't get many arguments that he's the same player he was in 2016. but it seems very unfair to take him all the way down to 78 within a season. His shot IQ is also 25 which is one of the lowest scores in the game and not surprising at all.

    If you want to compare the two, players rated 78 in total include Patrick Beverley, Westbrook's new teammate, Cole Anthony, Jakob Poeltl and rookies Paolo Banchero and Jabari Smith Jr. Surely Westbrook ought to have started somewhere between 80-83? This one isn't exactly an insult Cheap NBA 2K MT, but more of a "How can he continue to receive good reviews?"