|Title||NBA 2K18 Players React To Their Ratings|
|Description||After hearing about his 89 rating in MT Coins, the world's most popular basketball video game, DeMar DeRozan was relieved to know he can still improve. I'll take that. I'll take that. I'll take,” said DeRozan, chuckling. “I've seen worse. I've seen better. But with the updates, we can work to something.” The 89 rating was higher than the 87 he started with at the beginning of last season. But all that mattered to DeRozan, who will also be gracing 2K's first Canadian edition cover, is that he'll have another chance to see his game rewarded and improve as updates are released during the season. It's something DeRozan has proven he can do in the past. He's upped his scoring average and shooting percentage in each of the past three regular seasons. "I'm trying to leave the room so I can try to improve during the season,” said DeRozan before hearing of his rating. The three-time all-star wasn't the only one to hear of his 2K18 rating in the last couple days. But not everyone took it as lightly as he did. Joel Embiid, who said he deserved “at least a 95” after being the “best big fella” in the league, had to refrain himself from swearing after hearing of his 86 rating. If there's anyone that'll have bragging rights over Embiid, it's Karl-Anthony Towns who says he “trusts the process” after hearing of his 91 rating.Click Here|
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