Updated NBA2K24 ratings for the LA Clippers

Will Paul George of the LA Clippers be happy with his new NBA2K24 rating?
Will Paul George of the LA Clippers be happy with his new NBA2K24 rating? / Katelyn Mulcahy/GettyImages
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Do you play NBA 2K? How silly of us. The odds are astronomically high that you play 2K. Chances are, you've also complained about the game's microtransactions.

Nonetheless, it's a wildly popular game for a reason. Even the league's players get invested in the game. If you think NBA players don't care about their 2K ratings, you're living in a fantasy land.

How could they not? Think about it. If someone rated your job performance for millions of people to see, wouldn't you want to be a 90 overall?

Recently, 2K updated their ratings. This is always newsworthy. Fans around the league will be curious to see how their favorite players fared.

Several members of the LA Clippers saw their ratings change. Some changed for the better, and some changed for the worse. Here's every updated NBA2K24 rating for the squad.

Kawhi Leonard: 92 Overall (-1)

Understandably, Leonard's rating dropped by a point. He's averaging 22.5 points per game in March, down from his season-wide mark of 23.7. More troublingly, Leonard has shot 29.5% from long range this month.

LA Clippers fans don't need to panic. Leonard's shooting - and his 2K rating - are likely to normalize. In the meantime, he's justifiably being docked a point for his uncharacteristic shooting slump.