Jabari Smith Jr. NBA 2K25 Rating

Jabari Smith Jr.

NBA 2K25 Rating

Nationality: United States United States

Team: Houston Rockets

Jersey: #10

Position: PF / C

Archetype: Shot-Creating 3-Level Threat

Height: 6'11" (211cm)

Weight: 220lbs (99kg)

Wingspan: 7'3" (221cm)

Season Salary: $9,326,520

Year(s) in the NBA: 2

Birthdate: May 13, 2003

Hometown: Fayetteville, Georgia

Prior to NBA: Auburn

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Jabari Smith Jr.'s NBA 2K25 Rating Season Movement

Jabari Smith Jr.'s NBA 2K25 launch rating (81 OVR) is 2 points higher than his NBA 2K24 launch rating (79 OVR).
Jabari Smith Jr.'s NBA 2K25 Rating is 81

About Jabari Smith Jr.

Jabari Smith Jr. is a 21-year old American professional basketball player who plays at the Power Forward or Center position for the Houston Rockets in the NBA. He is 6 feet 11 inches (211cm) tall, weighs 220 pounds (99kg), and has a wingspan of 7 feet 3 inches (221cm).

Smith played college basketball for one season at Auburn University. He joined the Auburn Tigers for the 2021-2022 season before declaring for the NBA Draft. He was selected as the 3rd overall pick by the Houston Rockets in the 2022 NBA Draft.

Jabari Smith Jr. on NBA 2K25

On NBA 2K25, the Current Version of Jabari Smith Jr. has an Overall 2K Rating of 81 with a Shot-Creating 3-Level Threat Build. The best aspect of Smith's game on 2K is his Outside Scoring. With an excellent 92 Close Shot Rating, he consistently drains his shots when shooting the ball close to the basket. More importantly, his 80 Three-Point Shot Rating makes him a serious threat when shooting from behind the arc.

The above line graph shows his NBA 2K25 Rating Season Movement while below are his Attributes, Badges, Hot Zones and 2K Rating Over the Years.

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