NBA 2K17 worst players in the league, and drum rolls please

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The NBA has their own best and worst player, so does the popular basketball multiplayer game NBA 2K17. Here is a complete list of their worst players of each team based on the overall rating each player has accumulated compared to their teammates. Are you ready to find out who the NBA 2K17 worst players are? Then read on.

Let’s start from the bottom, which is an overall score of 65 points. So far, four players share this spot. They are Aaron Harrison from the Hornets, Eric Moreland from the Cavaliers, R.J. Hunter of the Boston Celtics, and Luis Montero of the Trail Blazers.

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The next NBA 2K17 worst players all have 66 overall points, the lowest scores in their respective teams. These players include Rakeem Christmas of the Pacers, Diamond Stone of the Clippers, Marshall Plumlee of the New York Knicks, Elliott Williams of the Warriors, Cliff Alexander of the Magic, Bruno Caboclo from the Raptors, and the Wizards’ Jarell Eddie.

The next group, score one point higher than the previous group but still deemed as the lowest scorer of their teams. There are six players who scored 67 in their overall. They are the Utah Jazz’s Joel Bolomboy, Chicago Bulls’ Spencer Dinwiddie, Cheick Diallo of the Pelicans, Walter Tavares of the Hawks, Chinanu Onoaku of the Houston Rockets, and Ivica Zubac of the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Four players got an overall score of 68 which include Jonathan Gibson of the Mavericks, Juan Hernangomez of the Nuggets, Andrew Harrison of the Grizzlies, Joe Harris from the Nets, and Michael Gbinije of the Pistons.

The NBA 2K17 “69ers” have a total of eight players. Although the overall score is not bad, they are the lowest in their respective teams. These include Rashad Vaughn of the Bucks, Luke Babbit of the Miami Heat, Malachi Richardson of the Sacramento Kings, Nik Stauskas of the Sixers, San Antonio Spurs’ Livio Jean-Charles, Tyler Ulis of the Phoenix Suns, Josh Huestis of the Oklahoma Thunders, and Adreian Payne of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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