NBA 2K23 Cleveland Cavaliers Roster And Ratings

Breaking down the Cavaliers' new bench, roster, and top players.

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NBA 2K23 is here, and that means hoop heads and casual NBA fans will have about a season's worth of debates to start and more than a few LeBron James dunks to choreograph. We're breaking down the new NBA 2K23 rosters for all 32 NBA teams, and in this guide we're taking a closer look at the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs made a huge splash at the end of this offseason, acquiring Donovan Mitchell from Utah. With Mitchell now in the mix with Darius Garland, Kevin Love, and company, Cleveland's roster is looking much improved from last season. If you're curious about who the Cavaliers' best players might be, where their top players rank in the league, or which team positions may need an upgrade in MyNBA Eras, then here's everything you need to know about the new NBA 2K23 Cavaliers roster.

Cleveland Cavaliers - Best Players

The Cavaliers are the 10th best team in the league according to the new ratings for all 32 teams in NBA 2K23. At launch, Cleveland's set for an overall team rating of 91. The Cavs will also have a total of five players rated 80 or above in NBA 2K23, including their new-look backcourt:

  • Donovan Mitchell (SG) - 88 OVR
  • Darius Garland (PG) - 87 OVR

Below you will find a table of the starting roster and bench players for the Cleveland Cavaliers at launch in NBA 2K23, which includes all five starters and new additions like Donovan Mitchell.

Chicago Bulls - Starters & Bench

Player NamePositionOVR
Donovan MitchellSG88
Darius GarlandPG87
Jarrett AllenC85
Evan MobleyPF84
Issac OkoroSG75
Kevin LoveC80
Caris LeVertSG78
Ricky RubioPG78
Robin LopezC75
Lamar StevensSF75
Cedi OsmanSF75
Raul NetoPG75
Dean WadePF73

For more on NBA 2K23, check out our MyNBA Eras preview and the 2K23 ratings hub.

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