In the launch of NBA 2K MT on current-gen consoles to the last few games of the NBA season, NBA 2K developers have had to correct the overall evaluations of novice players and breakout All-Stars alike. Even though the evaluation system isn't always ideal (and occasionally makes no sense), the evaluations are adjusted to try to properly resemble the players' real life counterparts and what sort of seasons they're having. The system has treated some players much better than many others. Stephen Curry has only gone up by two points in his overall evaluation, but that small growth joins him with Lebron James for the title of best player in the sport. Curry started off by shattering his career-high in points, later having a historic series of games in which he made more than ten three-point shots in each. His 99 Three-Point Shot stat and his multiple Gold and Hall Of Fame Badges guarantee that almost all of his shots are moving in. This increase offers Stephen Curry back exactly the same rating he had throughout his 2015-2016 Warriors form, a team that broke the wonderful 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls' Record for the most games won in a season. The growth was just two points, but these two points are some of the toughest to get from the game. Averaging 27 points with excellent efficiency, Zach Lavine has secured his place as an All-Star player. The load he has had to carry for the group has been lightened with the introduction of fellow All-Star Nikola Vucevic, who received a big increase in total ratings a couple of games ago. It has increased the Chicago Bulls' tier in Play Now Online, and has made them a much better option than in previous years.Lavine is just one of the best scorers in the Buy 2K MT game, with great scoring stats and worthy Athleticism ratings to accompany them (together with a flashy dunk animation package that you can equip in your MyCareer character and blow the competition away). A pleasant three-point jump.