LA Clippers: Marcus Morris is rightfully disgusted by his NBA 2K22 rating

Marcus Morris Sr. had the second-best three-point percentage in basketball for the LA Clippers this past season.

That 47.3 three-point percentage was a career-high, however he didn’t reach a new career-high in his NBA 2K video game rating. He took to Twitter to express his thoughts on his ranking:

For the third year straight, he is ranked as a 78 overall player. It makes no sense. How can he climb multiple tiers and become an elite shooter yet be the same player?

Marcus Morris of the LA Clippers should have a 2K rating at 80 or better.

Let’s take a look at what Marcus Morris does for the LA Clippers.

He shoots at a very high level (47.3% from both the field and behind the three-point arc), he can be trusted to guard other teams’ number one options when he’s on the defensive end, he can play three different positions, and he can hold it down as the biggest guy on the court for the Clippers when they go small.

He’s so valuable to what the Clippers do and would be really beneficial for any team in this league. Everybody needs a great shooter, and everybody needs someone who can defend most positions at a high level.

He would start on a high majority of teams, but is tied to be the 120th best player in the game? It doesn’t make sense.

Maybe the people who rate the players didn’t see how his absences this past season affected the team. Maybe they rated him down because of his health. I don’t think that would be the case, however, because he’s not really a player that deserves the ‘injury prone’ label.

He’s missed 32 games in the last three seasons, which is pretty typical of NBA players, especially in this day and age.

I really don’t know how 2K messed up this bad. Three years in a row they have him at just a 78. I can’t wait for Mook Morris to prove this game wrong yet again.