NBA 2K22: A first look at Canadian NBA player ratings and screenshots

The release of everyone's favourite basketball video game is here, with NBA 2K22 dropping worldwide on Friday, Sept. 10.

One of the best parts about diving into the new game is seeing the new ratings and screenshots for your favourite players, and here, we have you covered with both of those things for all 25 Canadians on NBA rosters going into the 2021-22 NBA season.

Who is the highest rated Canadian player in the game? Look and see below.

Canadian players in NBA 2K22

Canadian player ratings in NBA 2K22
Player Team NBA 2K22 rating
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Oklahoma City Thunder 86 OVR
Jamal Murray Denver Nuggets 85 OVR
RJ Barrett New York Knicks 83 OVR
Andrew Wiggins Golden State Warriors 80 OVR
Chris Boucher Toronto Raptors 79 OVR
Luguentz Dort Oklahoma City Thunder 78 OVR
Kelly Olynyk Detroit Pistons 78 OVR
Dillon Brooks Memphis Grizzlies 78 OVR
Brandon Clarke Memphis Grizzlies 77 OVR
Tristan Thompson Sacramento Kings 77 OVR
Khem Birch Toronto Raptors 76 OVR
Oshae Brissett Indiana Pacers 76 OVR
Nickeil Alexander-Walker New Orleans Pelicans 75 OVR
Dwight Powell Dallas Mavericks 75 OVR
Cory Joseph Detroit Pistons 75 OVR
Trey Lyles Detroit Pistons 73 OVR
Chris Duarte Indiana Pacers 73 OVR
Mychal Mulder Golden State Warriors 72 OVR
Joshua Primo San Antonio Spurs 71 OVR
Mfiondu Kabengele Cleveland Cavaliers 70 OVR
Ignas Brazdeikis Orlando Magic 69 OVR
Dalano Banton Toronto Raptors 69 OVR
Eugene Omoruyi* Dallas Mavericks -
AJ Lawson* Atlanta Hawks -

*Omoruyi and Lawson have signed contracts with their respective teams but have not been given a 2K rating yet.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Jamal Murray

RJ Barrett and Andrew Wiggins

Dillon Brooks and Nickeil Alexander-Walker

Luguentz Dort

Chris Boucher and Khem Birch

Joshua Primo

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