2K will release some portion of their player ratings for NBA 2K20. Rather than have the ratings come out individually from each player, this year, 2K is hosting a reveal stream on Twitter. To build hype for the ratings release, 2K has begun releasing screenshots. The first two were Los Angeles Lakers new dynamic duo LeBron James and this year's cover athlete, Anthony Davis. It appears star duos are suddenly a new wave in the NBA, and thus it has translated over to NBA 2K. If you need Cheap NBA 2K20 VC Boosting welcome to rvgm.com. Today, as it promised it would, 2K Games revealed the top 20 players in NBA 2K20, with the help of Anthony Davis, this year cover athlete alongside Dwayne Wade. As you would expect, there weren't many surprises when it came to this list, which doesn't look very different from last year ratings. However, it is good to get official details so PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC players know who to build their team around come September. For this year installment, King James has retained the top rating, with Kawhi Leonard, his new rival, right behind him. Meanwhile, MVP Antetokounmpo rounds out the top five with Kevin Durant and James Harden. After a good week of teasing player ratings, Visual Concepts finally revealed the overalls for the top 20 players in NBA 2K20 to kick off the 2019-2020 season. The biggest surprise may be who is sits atop the ratings right now. After an injury-plagued season where the Los Angeles Lakers failed to make the playoffs and many speculated that LeBron James is slowing down, the 34-year old superstar fended off current NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard and season MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo to claim the top slot in the ratings. Freshly minted Laker Anthony Davis, who also graces the cover of NBA 2K20, landed in the seventh spot. Interestingly, the top five bigs were also revealed during the stream, probably because Davis was a special guest. Behind Davis and Emiid was Jovic with a 90 rating, and then Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert rounding out the top five. Personally, I think Jovic could use a bump by one, but otherwise that looks mostly right. As for the top 20, it mostly looks right as well. Maybe Paul George is a bit high and Lillard is a bit low, but otherwise, again, I think it looks mostly right. Durant at 96 may be a bit high with injury, but when he's healthy he's the best player in the league.