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Three Nets 2K19 ratings updated: Caris LeVert goes way up

NBA: Brooklyn Nets at Phoenix Suns Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

NBA2K19 released some player rating updates this month. The Brooklyn Nets saw three players have their ratings changed. Let’s see who went up and who went down...

Caris LeVert- 80 (+4)

Caris LeVert entered the 2018-19 season with a player rating of a 76. Well, we all assumed that was not going to stay the same with his breakout play in the first month of the NBA season. LeVert jumped four ratings to an 80.

LeVert’s +4 increase ties the highest increase among all players who got their rating increased. Other players who received a +4 increase are Zach LaVine, Zach Collins, and Ryan Arcidiacono.

The Nets star hops to the second highest rated Net behind D’Angelo Russell, who is rated an 83.

LeVert suffered a subtalar dislocation of his right foot but is expected to return to on-court action this season.

Before his injury occurred, LeVert started all 14 games for Brooklyn and averaged 29.7 minutes, 18.4 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 3.7 assists.

Allen Crabbe- 75 (-1)

Allen Crabbe has not been off to a good start with the first month of the 2018-19 season in the books. Crabbe is shooting career lows from all areas of the floor; .273 percent from the field and .289 percent from three.

Crabbe received a -1 player rating decrease. The -1 rating should not come as a surprise considering his play in the first month of the season.

The Nets sharpshooter has started the past three games for Brooklyn. He came off the bench the previous 13 games.

Crabbe is averaging 7.0 points and 3.1 rebounds in 16 games of action.

Spencer Dinwiddie- 79 (-1) then (+1)

NBA2K19 dropped Spencer Dinwiddie’s 79 player rating from a 79 down to a 78 in the beginning of November. Only a couple days later, Dinwiddie’s rating rose back up to a 79.

Dinwiddie has played well for the Brooklyn Nets as of late; especially in late game situations. Despite not starting one game this season, the Nets guard is averaging 27.5 minutes which is only 0.01 behind Nets starting point guard D’Angelo Russell, who is averaging 27.6 minutes per game.

Dinwiddie is averaging 14.6 points, 4.6 assists, and 2.6 rebounds in 17 games.