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NBA 2K23 couldn't be more wrong about how good these currently Chicago Bulls are

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Despite the fact Michael Jordan graces the front cover, MT 2K23 couldn't be more wrong about how good these currently Chicago Bulls are.2K has four currently Bulls players that are among the best 100 players in the sport. DeRozan and LaVine take the 19th and 23rd places respectively, while Nikola Vucevic is ranked No. 59. Lonzo Ball comes in at No. 73. It's a bit of a surprise that Andre Drummond is rated as Chicago's fifth-best player and also just barely misses the cut.

After that, the team's ratings as a whole are in a state of disarray. The Bulls backcourt has taken the brunt of the damage, as Alex Caruso, Coby White and Dosunmu were all demoted one point when all the evidence suggests they'll be better than next season. Dosunmu's overall score of 76 is particularly egregious, as his All-Rookie status was just announced. The rookie All-Rookie 2nd Team guard Josh Giddey posted roughly equal figures in comparison to Dosunmu (and was overshadowed by Ayo in head-to-head matchups) as a player, but got a superior 82 overall rating.

The rookie Dalen Terry was also assigned a ridiculous 71 overall rating that is lower than even ex- Bulls Matt Thomas, Denzel Valentine, Troy Brown Jr. along with Tomas Satoransky. Three of them aren't even listed on an Buy 2K MT roster and the fourth player is the minimum "prove you're a good player" contract and will soon join the other three if he doesn't step up significantly.

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