LeBron James remains as the King, at least in the NBA 2K franchise. James, as it was announced, will have the highest overall in the new edition of the basketball simulation video game, edging the latest NBA MVP Kawhi Leonard and the current NBA MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo, who are the two players behind LBJ in the ranking.

NBA 2K20 revealed the ratings of the top 20 players on a Twitter Livestream on Monday, and LBJ was the first overall just ahead of Leonard, Antetokounmpo and the rest of the players.

1. LeBron James, 97 overall

2. Kawhi Leonard, 97

3. Giannis Antetokounmpo, 96

4. Kevin Durant, 96

5. James Harden, 96

6. Stephen Curry, 95

7. Anthony Davis, 94

8. Paul George, 93

9. Damian Lillard, 92

10. Joel Embiid, 91

11. Kyrie Irving, 91

12. Nikola Jokic, 90

13. Russell Westbrook, 90

14. Klay Thompson, 89

15. Karl-Anthony Towns, 89

16. Jimmy Butler, 88

17. Kemba Walker, 88

18. Donovan Mitchell, 88

19. Rudy Gobert, 88

20. Blake Griffin, 88

James wasn’t the only Laker to take part in the ranking, as Anthony Davis checked in at No. 7, which made him and LeBron the best duo of the game with a 95.5 overall, edging Kawhi Leonard and Paul George with 95, as well as Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving (93.5) and James Harden and Russell Westbrook (93).

Even though the New Orleans Pelicans won’t have AD wearing their jersey next season, they got the top-rated rookie in NBA 2K20, Zion Williamson. He checked in at an 81 overall, which was two points ahead of No. 2 pick Ja Morant and three points ahead of Duke teammate RJ Barrett.

NBA fans have to wait and see all the players that changed teams this season making their official debut, but you can have an idea of how things are going to work next season with the video game. However, it will be good to see if LeBron can remain as the best player of the game throughout the entire season.

Antetokounmpo and Leonard are the ones who collected trophies last season thanks to their individual performances, but the franchise still believes James is the ruler of basketball.

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