NBA 2K19: All-Time Boston Celtics Player Ratings and Roster
NBA 2K19 is the latest instalment of the basketball games developed by 2K sports (it is the 20th edition of the game). It received good reviews from the critics, 2K19 is also considered as the best NBA game of the long-running series from graphics to gameplay it is very exciting. In other words, it has everything you can expect from an NBA game.
The Boston Celtics are the most successful franchise in NBA history. They have won the NBA Championship a whopping 17 times and are home to many legendary players like Bill Russell, Larry Bird, Kevin Garnett and many more.
In this article, we will take a look at all-time Boston Celtics player ratings and roster as rated in NBA2K19.
Note: The stats(ratings) and figures shown in this article are obtained from 2kratings.com
#15 Antoine Walker (Rating - 87)
The three-time NBA All-Star, Walker was selected as the sixth overall pick of the first round by the Boston Celtics at 1996 NBA Draft. During his rookie season, he led the team in scoring (17.5 ppg) and rebounds (9.0 rpg).
In the 2001–2002 season, Walker was second on his team in scoring (22.0ppg), first in rebounds (9rpg), and first in assist (5.0apg). He helped the team to reach Eastern Conference Finals but lost to New Jersey Nets.
#14 Tom Heinsohn (Rating - 88)
The Boston legend served the franchise as a player, manager and broadcaster. Heinsohn won the NBA Championship eight times as a player and two times as a coach. He was involved in each of the Celtics' first 17 NBA Championships. During his first season with the team, he won NBA Rookie of the year and is a six-time NBA All-Star. Tom was awarded the NBA Coach of the year in 1973.
#13 Ray Allen (Rating - 88)
Ray Allen is known as one of the greatest shooters in NBA history, he holds the record for most three-pointers made in NBA history. Allen was a two time NBA Champion, he averaged 18.9 points per game, 4.1 rebounds per game, 1.1 steals per game and an even 40 percent from three-point line. Allen's NBA Finals tying seven three-pointers in Game 6, helped the Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers to win the title in 2008.