With “NBA 2K19” about to be released in about a month’s time on September 11 (September 7, if the special 20th Anniversary Edition is purchased), 2K Sports has slowly begun to reveal player ratings. Sporting News has been keeping tabs of all the player ratings that have come out.

The first set of ratings included players such as LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard, the next set involved Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins, and following that were ratings that included Giannis Antetokounmpo and DeAndre Ayton.

Here is the most recent set of player ratings that have been revealed for “NBA 2K19” and what their rating was when “NBA 2K18” came out.

Kyle Kuzma, Los Angeles Lakers - 80

  • Last year's 2K rating: 72

The 27th overall selection in 2017, Kuzma was a pleasant surprise for the Lakers as he was named to the All-Rookie First Team. His 16.1 points per game in 2017-18 were second-most among first-year players only behind Donovan Mitchell. According to LeBron Wire, which is part of USA Today, LeBron James stated that both Kuzma and Brandon Ingram will be "a problem" for opponents this season.

Spencer Dinwiddie, Brooklyn Nets - 79

  • Last year's 2K rating: 73

Coming off a season in which he finished third in Most Improved Player voting, Dinwiddie’s overall rating increased by six from the onset of last year’s game. His nearly 4.1:1 assist to turnover ratio was second in the league in 2017-18.

Trae Young, Atlanta Hawks - 77

  • Last year's 2K rating: N/A

Young was taken with the fifth pick in June’s NBA Draft by the Mavericks, but then was traded to the Hawks. He was one of the most exciting college players during his one year at Oklahoma where he averaged 27.4 points and 8.7 assists. With the Hawks trading incumbent starting point guard Dennis Schroder to the Thunder, Young should be in the starting lineup from the get-go.

Josh Hart, Los Angeles Lakers - 76

  • Last year's 2K rating: 70

Selected 30th overall in the 2017 draft, Hart started 23 of his 63 appearances for the Lakers as a rookie in 2017-18 and averaged 7.9 points and 4.2 rebounds. He was a force during the 2018 Summer League and took home MVP honors.

E’Twaun Moore, New Orleans Pelicans - 75

  • Last year’s 2K rating: 74

Moore played in all 82 games last season and posted career-highs in scoring average (12.5), field goal percentage (50.8), and rebounds per game (2.9). The 29-year-old is preparing for his eighth NBA season and his third with New Orleans.