When it comes to video games and sports, the two are intrinsically connected through the yearly releases video game developers put out every year for their given sport.

Most athletes — and especially NBA athletes — are major fans of these games and are extremely protective of their overall rating in the game. So much so in fact, those players will do whatever they can to get it raised in-game, from befriending some of the members of the development team, to actively tweeting out community managers to raise their overall (Hassan Whiteside anyone?)

So that’s why, when a player is rated among the worst players in the game for that given year, it cannot be a fun experience. Alas, there has to be a player that is the worst in the game, and even if they were rated 94 overall but everyone else was rated 95 and above, they’d still take offense.

Join us as we count down some of the lowest rated players ever in NBA 2K history, thanks to Twister Kaiba on YouTube.


NBA 2K: Gerald Brown & Andrae Patterson


NBA 2K1: Jeff Foster & Andrae Patterson


NBA 2K2: Andrae Patterson


NBA 2K3: Travis Knight & Bruno Sundov


NBA 2K4: Travis Knight & Bruno Sundov


NBA 2K5: Bruno Sundov


NBA 2K6: Jamison Brewer


NBA 2K7: John Edwards & Rafael Araujo


NBA 2K8: Justin Williams, D.J. Mbenga & Jerome James


NBA 2K9: Jarron Collins


NBA2K10: Alexis Ajinca & Jerome James


NBA 2K11: Alexis Ajinca


NBA 2K12: Byron Mullens & Brian Scalabrine


NBA 2K13: Jason Collins & Hamed Haddadi


NBA 2K14: Rudy Gobert


NBA 2K15: Bruno Caboclo


NBA 2K16: Duje Dukan


NBA 2K17: Aaron Harrison, R.J. Hunter & Luis Montero


NBA 2K18: Luis Montero