Houston Rockets official 2K24 player ratings

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NBA 2K24 dropped the latest iteration of the video game on Friday, allowing NBA fans the opportunity to simulate the 2023-24 season before opening day. The Houston Rockets find themselves in an interesting situation, as the franchise is clearly rebuilding yet holds the same rating as the Dallas Mavericks and Toronto Raptors- two teams that will clearly not be rebuilding.

All in all, the Rockets have three players with individual ratings above 80.

Player ratings in video games have become a topic of discussion irrespective of the sport, as players are often critical when they believe they should be rated higher. They aren't alone either, as fans are quick to point out when they believe their favorite team's players are underrated.

The official NBA 2K24 player ratings for the Houston Rockets were partly surprising.

As the Rockets are seeking to transition into phase two of their rebuild, they can only hope that their season will resemble how the video game creators believe it will.

Houston Rockets NBA 2K24 Player Ratings

Jalen Green
Last Year's Rating: 82
Official Rating: 83

Fred VanVleet
Last Year's Rating: 84
Official Rating: 83

Alperen Sengun
Last Year's Rating: 77
Official Rating: 83

Jabari Smith Jr.
Last Year's Rating: 78
Official Rating: 79

Tari Eason
Last Year's Rating: 72
Official Rating: 78

Kevin Porter Jr.
Last Year's Rating: 77
Official Rating: 78

Dillon Brooks
Last Year's Rating: 80
Official Rating: 78

Amen Thompson
Official Rating: 76

Jae'Sean Tate
Last Year's Rating: 77
Official Rating: 76

Jeff Green
Last Year's Rating: 76
Official Rating: 75

Cam Whitmore
Official Rating: 74

Jock Landale
Last Year's Rating: 70
Official Rating: 74

Aaron Holiday
Last Year's Rating: 75
Official Rating: 73

Houston Rockets Two-Way Players

Trevor Hudgins
Last Year's Rating: 68
Official Rating: 68

Darius Days
Official Rating: 67

**Jermaine Samuels Jr. is the lone Houston Rockets player that didn't make the cut in the video game.