Richard Hamilton '05
Dynamic Duo= Useless
Written by quinn_karp
All in all this card is good. When I saw his dynamic duo, I had other thoughts. It makes his card a better player with good boosts that pushes him to a diamond quality but it could be impossible for some to get. It is with amethyst Jerry Stackhouse. Jerry Stackhouse is a reward card. For some that have already finished domination and got all the rewards but say chose Steve Francis instead of Stackhouse, you can't get him now unless you finish another part that you can get these reward players in. That would take plenty of time. It also may be not worth it for some because that player or this duo do not work for your lineup or fit. Lastly, those players are both shooting guards and both 6"6. That's a pretty small lineup and neither have the athleticism to run the point guard position. I don't know how this would fit. Besides that this is a good card. With high lateral quickness, he can keep up with fast guards. Three-point shooter on offense as well. I have used other versions of this card and liked it and this one is just as good. You can use him to guard anyone other than bigs and his outside scoring helps your team a lot if he fits. Very cheap and good for his price.
Bought for:12,000 MT
- Defense: Able to guard the fastest and best player on the court other than a big man.
- Three-point shooter: Able to be found at the corner and splash threes.
- Finishing at the rim: Not the type of player you can be able to consistently have faith in finishing because of strength.
- Rebounding: can't rebound at all because of low strength and rebounding stats.
Recommended Strategy: Drive and Kick threes, pull-up midrange, DEFENSE
Use if: You need a two-way player
Don't use if: You need rebounding, speed off the dribble and a serious dunker.
Bottom Line: Good cop for the price, good to use while trying to get players who can defend everyone.