ESNY’s Lauren Russell caught up with New York Liberty stud Asia Durr to discuss a variety of items including her NBA 2K rating.
The WNBA is preparing to make its entrance to the NBA 2K world. Recently, the video game franchise announced that all 12 WNBA teams will be added to the upcoming NBA 2K20
The game’s WNBA trailer featured many clips of the New York Liberty in virtual action.
When asked if the game nailed her overall look down, Liberty rookie Asia Durr agreed with authority.
.@a_hooper25 keeping it real with the @nba2k rating but loving the look, with ESNY's @laurentyrussell. #NYLiberty pic.twitter.com/diRiSQ6gUw
— ESNY (@EliteSportsNY) August 15, 2019
“Yeah! They did good, they did good. I think they did good. My friends and everyone else was like, ‘Nah they didn’t do too good,’ but I think they did great.”
Player ratings are also a big part of the NBA 2K culture. So far, only two WNBA players have had their ratings revealed. Breanna Stewart of the Seattle Storm was the first, with a strong 95 overall. Los Angeles Sparks star Candance Parker was the second, with a player rating of 93.
“We’ll go with like a 78,” Asia Durr said when asked what she thought her rating was going to be.
Durr might be close or right on the money with her prediction. Fellow 2019 No. 2 overall pick Ja Morant of the Memphis Grizzles has a 79-overall rating in 2K20. You can pick up your copy of NBA 2K20 on Sept. 9 and make sure to play with Asia Durr in the game.