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NBA 2K21: These Players Might Not Make the NBA 2K21 and Here’s Why

We know which players will make the NBA 2k21, but some other players will have to suffer. Here is a list of players that might not get their an upgrade on NBA 2k21

Pascal Siakam (23.6 PPG, 7.5 RPG, 3.6 APG)

If you were to ask people who Pascal Siakam was a few years ago, they would not know what to tell you. But now he is the best player to be on a championship contender, and we have all seen his effort. We believe he deserved to be more appreciated.

Siakam is able to dominate both ends of the floor, and he is a good leadership role and has been for quite a whole for the Toronto Raptors. He is still young, and it has a lot of potential to win another NBA Championship.

Karl-Anthony Towns (26.5 PPG, 10.8 RPG, 4.4 APG)

This one didn’t really do a lot this season, so we don’t really think that he’s going to get an upgrade on NBA 2K21. He has remained the same player he has always been, and it seems that he did not do much to get higher on the scale.

But we are hoping to see an upgrade to his rating since there’s been the addition of his lifelong friend D’Angelo Russell.

Jayson Tatum (23.6 PPG, 7.1 RPG, 2.9 APG)

Jayson Tatum should get his upgrade sometime next season. He is still one of the most promising two-way players in the league. He has also managed to become the ultimate leader for the Boston Celtics.

He’s good at both ends of the floor. He’s one of the best players to take into account when creating a franchise, especially when it comes to videogames. However, we must keep in mind that he’s not young anymore, but that’s not a reason to be afraid that he would turn his back on the game.

Ben Simmons (16.7 PPG, 7.8 RPG, 8.2 APG)

The problem with this one is well-known, he cannot shoot. If he could, his rating would be higher. However, he’s still a top-tier player, and we know he’s that good.

He has the ability and the strength to play and guard five spots on the court. We all know he is one of the best playmakers in NBA history, and if he starts to shoot correctly, he might be MVP material.

Bradley Beal (30.5 PPG, 4.2 RPG, 6.1 APG)

Bradley Beal is the player with the highest points-per-game average. He also did not make the All-Star Game in NBA history. He did not make the big game this season. He is playing on a lousy team and on a small market, and this has affected a lot how Beal is seen in the press. However, he is not bad. He is one of the greatest scorers from all around the world, and he is underappreciated. He deserves more respect than he is getting right now.



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