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First player ratings on NBA 2k17 have been revealed

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The latest installment of NBA 2k is only a couple of weeks away.

The famous gaming series is always a smash hit with fans and one of the most eagerly-anticipated stats is the updated player ratings off the back of the previous season.

Of course, 2k update player ratings throughout the season on a regular basis but there is always a buzz to find out how the game rates the stars of the NBA.

Earlier in the week, Ronnie 2k, gave players the chance to find out their ratings by tweeting him and asking for a screenshot.

A number of players from up and down the league got in touch and the 2k spokesperson made good on his word.

The highest rating to be released was that of unanimous Rookie of the Year winner Karl-Anthony Towns, who starts off as an 88 going into the new season.

First-time All-Star Andre Drummond is an 87 while Hassan Whiteside's remarkable rise in the league has him at 85.

Number one draft pick Ben Simmons is at 79 alongside L.A. Lakers sophomore D'Angelo Russell. Joel Embiid, despite not playing for two years is a very respectable 77.

Other ratings include Sean Kilpatrick Jr (72), Justin Anderson (73), Malik Beasley (69), Jonas Jerebko (73), Dewayne Dedmon (74), Denzel Valentine (73), Jared Sullinger (77), Spencer Dinwiddie (69), Chris McCullough (70), Ian Clark (72), Marquese Chriss (71) and Isaiah Canaan (72)

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