NBA 2K20, which will be officially released in less than a week, has rolled out its Top 5 best dunkers in line with their recent player ratings to hype up players ahead of September 6.

The game's official website posted on Twitter the Top 5 dunkers as part of their “2K Day Countdown” and gave the number one spot to none other than this year's Draft Lottery top pick Zion Williamson.

The former Duke Blue Devil was given an overall dunk rating of 97 and a still image of him in mid-dunk while wearing a Jordan XXXIII. One source also reiterated Williamson's recent “massive shoe deal” with the iconic player's sneaker brand.

Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine landed on the second spot with an overall rating of 96. He will share the dunk spotlight with Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell.

NBC Sports shared LaVine's dunk stats last season and stated that the former 13th overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft tallied 69 dunks over 63 games. LaVine also had a career-best year with the Bulls, averaging close to 24 points per outing to go along with 4.7 rebounds and 4.5 assists.

The 6 foot 6 LaVine also won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in 2015 and 2016.

Mitchell, meanwhile, posted almost the same numbers as LaVine with 23.8 points,4.1 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game. The 2018 NBA Slam Dunk champ also led the Utah Jazz to a post-season appearance where he posted 21.4 points, 5 rebounds and 3.2 assists in 5 games.

Coming in third place is Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon with an overall dunk rating of 95. Gordon battled LaVine for the Slam Dunk trophy in 2016 where it was regarded as one of the best dunk contests of all time.

According to a source, Gordon “challenged” Williamson, LaVine and Mitchell “to compete against him” in the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend Slam Dunk Contest in Chicago.

Rounding the Top 5 best dunkers is defending slam dunk champ Hamidou Diallo of the Oklahoma City Thunder, also with an overall rating of 95. The explosive 2 guard garnered a score of 98 en route to beating the likes of Dennis Smith Jr., Miles Bridges and John Collins for the trophy.

One outlet meanwhile, wasn't too happy about the rankings. It said that LaVine was “snubbed” and that the latter and Mitchell “are far more accomplished and deserving of more credit at this point in their career.”

It also noted that Williamson has yet to play a single NBA game aside from the Summer League in Las Vegas.

The only player who had a higher ranking than Williamson was the “classic Raptors” version of Vince Carter, or the "All-Time" Vinsanity with a whopping dunk rating of 99.