One of the highly disputed ratings in 2K10 is Rajon Rondo's.
Rondo ranks a lofty 3rd among all PGs, and ranks second on a team with three all-stars not named Rajon Rondo (KG, Pierce, Allen if you've been living under a rock).
Your 2009 All-NBA PGs were Chris Paul, Tony Parker, and Chauncey Billups.
Jameer Nelson and Mo Williams were both named all-stars ahead of Rajon Rondo yet they are rated 79 and 77 respectively.
How does Rondo compare against his peers? Not well.
40+ point games
Harris: 3 (47, 42, 41)
Parker: 2 (55, 42)
Paul: 2 (43, 42)
30+ point games
Rondo: 2 (32, 31)
Games w/ single digit scoring
Paul: 2 (9 pts each)
Games w/ 5 points or less
Parker: 1 (4 pts in 10 mins vs MIA)
Scoring is not everything for a point guard (obviously) but this disparity is just too overwhelming to ignore. Rondo failed to score in double figures in 36 games while the top 5 non-Rondo PGs had only 26 COMBINED.
Rondo had a huge statistical explosion in the playoffs due to the following factors:
1. No Kevin Garnett = padded rebound totals
2. 19 year old rookie Derrick Rose was one of the worst defensive PGs in the league.
3. Triple OT games padding stats.
Rondo was 39-104 from the field against Orlando, but this poor performance is ignored in favor of a Chicago series where he was averaging 45 minutes per contest.
I would have to say Rondo is AT LEAST 5 points overrated, which is pretty significant. That's the difference between being the 11th best player in the game to the 30th.