On Thursday, 2K Sports announced the full 15-man rosters for all 30 All-Time Teams being included in NBA 2K18, as well as the player ratings for every single player included on a roster.

Out of all 30 teams, no player is rated below an 80 overall, which is understandable considering each team is made up of a franchises best players in history, and the highest rating is, of course, a 99 overall, given to only 4 select players out of the 450.

As you can imagine, teams like the Lakers and Celtics are stacked with talent, whereas franchises such as the Hornets don’t have a single player in the 90’s.

The four players that received a 99 rating are Michael Jordan for the Bulls, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the Bucks, Magic Johnson for the Lakers, and LeBron James for both the Cavs and the Heat. James’ rating is only 2 overall points higher than his current overall rating in 2K18.

Following those four, seven players earned a 98 overall and 10 more earned a 97. In total, 48 players earned a player rating of 95 or higher for one of their all-time teams.

Here is the list of those players (and what team they are on with that rating, since it varies by team) for the NBA 2K18 all-time squads:

99 Overall
Michael Jordan (Bulls)
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Bucks)
Magic Johnson (Lakers)
LeBron James (Heat and Cavs)

98 Overall
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
Wilt Chamberlain (Warriors)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
Shaquille O’Neal (Lakers)
Tim Duncan (Spurs)

97 Overall
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavs)
Julius Erving (Nets)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
Kevin Garnett (Wolves)
Kevin Durant (Thunder)
Allen Iverson (76ers)
Oscar Robertson (Kings)
John Stockton (Jazz)
Karl Malone (Jazz)

96 Overall
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Scottie Pippen (Bulls)
Isiah Thomas (Pistons)
Steph Curry (Warriors)
Kevin Durant (Warriors)
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Lakers)
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Chris Paul (Pelicans)
Steve Nash (Suns)
George Gervin (Spurs)
David Robinson (Spurs)
Clyde Drexler (Blazers)

95 Overall
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Kevin McHale (Celtics)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Jason Kidd (Nets)
David Thompson (Nuggets)
Rick Barry (Warriors)
James Worthy (Lakers)
Walt Frazier (Knicks)
Patrick Ewing (Knicks)
Ray Allen (Thunder)
Tracy McGrady (Magic)
Bill Walton (Blazers)
Vince Carter (Raptors)
Pete Maravich (Jazz)
Elvin Hayes (Wizards)

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