Best NBA 2K23 SGs: Top Shooting Guards By Rating
Breaking down the NBA's best slashers and pure two guards.
NBA 2K23 is finally here, which means it's time to discuss the league's best shooting guards. Gervin or Drexler? Allen or Sprewell? Wade or Ginobili? This year's list of NBA two guards has more depth than you think and with Josh Giddey being a do-it-all Mark Price for the Thunder, we wanted to find out the answers for ourselves. 2K23 ratings are in the wild and if you're curious about who is on the outside looking in, here's what you need to know about the 10 best shooting guards in NBA 2K23.
NBA 2K23: Top 10 Shooting Guards
The following is Visual Concepts' official list of the best two guards in NBA 2K23:
- Devin Booker - 91 OVR
- Donovan Mitchell - 88 OVR
- Zach LaVine - 88 OVR
- Bradley Beal - 87 OVR
- Jaylen Brown - 87 OVR
- Brandon Ingram - 86 OVR
- Tyrese Maxey - 85 OVR
- Cade Cunningham - 84 OVR
- Tyler Herro - 84 OVR
- Desmond Bane - 83 OVR
Phoenix's Devin Booker has averaged more than 24.9 points per in the last five seasons and the NBA 2K23 Cover Athlete spent all of 2021-22 setting personal bests in scoring (26.8), rebounds (5.0), steals (1.1), and three point percentage (.383). Donovan Mitchell's height still didn't affect his output last season (25.9 points, 5.3 assists) and while he's destined to improve in Cleveland, don't count out Zach LaVine. The two-time NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion has averaged over 23.5 points per game in his last four seasons with the Bulls, including a career-high 27.4 in 2020-21.
Boston's Jaylen Brown is a menace on both sides of the ball, Miami's Tyler Herro is still a lock for Sixth Man Of The Year, and even with Brandon Ingram and Tyrese Maxey putting up numbers in different rotations for the Pelicans and Sixers, Desmond Bane has shot 43% from three in each of his first two seasons with the Grizzlies. But what's with Bradley Beal? "Big Panda" was limited to just 40 games with the Wizards in 2021-22 and despite shooting woes, he re-upped with the team for five more years in a conscious effort to turn things around (and show off some new D.C. classics).
Next up includes New York's Jalen Brunson (83) and Golden State's Jordan Poole (83) and Klay Thompson (83) as well as Houston's Jalen Green (82), and Boston's Malcolm Brogdon (82).
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