Welcome to the Real 2K Insider's first edition of "Biggest Movers". The purpose of this section is to acknowledge which players have improved and regressed over the course of the season.
Also, players I have yet to edit are not eligible for "Biggest Movers". Reggie Evans was only 70 overall at default and I gave him 74, There's not much point to talking about his +4 boost, because it'd be more about the 2K Insider not knowing who he is than it would be about how Evans improved as a player.
ON THE RISE...
Wilson Chandler 75 (+3)
Chandler has averaged 14 points and 6.5 rebounds through the Knicks first two games. He is the 7th man in the rotation and is averaging as many minutes (24.0) as SF starter Quentin Richardson. He has actually logged more time at PF than SF though, as the Knicks have frequently gone small with Robinson-Duhon-Crawford-Chandler-Lee (this was their 4th quarter lineup in the Miami game).
SLIP SLIDING AWAY...
David Lee 79 (-2)
Lee didn't actually get worse, I just switched his position to center where he is now the starter (which drops his overall by 2 points since he isn't much of a shot blocker). Most box scores have listed Randolph as the starter, but trust me, from watching games he is the starter, he takes the tipoff at the beginning of the game and has guarded the opposing team's center (Udonis Haslem and Samuel Dalembert).
Lee isn't as effective as a center since he clearly doesn't have ideal size for the position. He is averaging 14.5 ppg, 11.0 rpg, and 4.0 apg through the first two games and if he keeps that up, you can bet a return to the low 80s in his future. A block here and there would aid that cause. The Knicks have yet to even block a shot this year, which tells you just how much worse they are going to be defensively than D'Antoni's Suns who were running Amare, Marion, and even Diaw out there.
Bruce Bowen 76 (-2)
Bowen has yet to score this year and is averaging 2.0 rpg, and 0.5 apg. He has only logged 21.5 mpg despite the absence of Manu Ginobili, as the Spurs desperately need offense and Bowen just doesn't give that. This could be the year he loses his starting spot and becomes a backup.
There are a few more guys I edited between this week and last, but those are the only ones off the top of my head that changed by more than a point. As we get deeper into the season we'll have more to work with, as some teams hadn't even played two games when I had made my edits.