Following the drop of NBA 2K21, the ever-debated ratings were released for each player in the new video game. The latest edition of 2K21 hit the shelves on Friday, and the ratings are already generating buzz on social media.
One member of the Golden State Warriors chimed in with a comment about one of his ratings on Twitter. In an exchange with his former Villanova teammate Josh Hart, Eric Paschall took a jab at his athletic attributes in the game. While Hart was happy with his athleticism in 2K21, Paschall wasn’t satisfied with his rating.
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After throwing down a steady amount of highlight-worthy dunks in his first NBA season, Paschall’s earned a solid athletic rating in 2K21.
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In a season full of downs, Paschall’s rookie campaign served as a bright spot for the Golden State Warriors. With the trade of D’Angelo Russell and injuries to both Splash Brothers, the Villanova product blossomed into one of Steve Kerr’s lead offensive weapons in 2019-20.
The 23-year-old averaged 14.0 points on 49.7% shooting from the field with 4.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists per contest. Paschall ranked in the top 10 in both points and rebounds per game for 2019-20 rookies. The young forward registered 20 or more points in 13 games, including two 30 point performances.
Paschall’s impressive rookie season earned him points in the race for Rookie of the Year. Behind winner Ja Morant, the former second-round pick landed at No. 6 on the 2020 Rookie of the Year list.
If he can build off his high-caliber rookie debut, Paschall’s ratings in NBA 2K21 are bound to grow to a level he sees fit.
For a look at the complete ratings for the Golden State Warriors, click here.