'69 Wes Unseld diamond card
95 Overall
  • 97 INS
  • 84 OUT
  • 85 PLY
  • 94 ATH
  • 94 DEF
  • 98 REB

Short At Center, Monster At PF

Written by resi

PLAYER: '69 Wes Unseld

TEAM: Washington Wizards

POSITION: Center (put him at PF)

HEIGHT: 6'7 (Bad for center good for Power Forward)

RELEASE: Solid (a bit of adjusting but once you know it Green light every shot)

BADGES: He has a lot of bigman badges, along with a good amount of "SF badges", he also has a handfull of HOF Badges.

DUNKS: Fun, but nothing too extreme. He actually has a pretty high standing dunk with a high success rate.

LAYUPS: He is a bit short so he may have a tendency to get blocked, but he is strong and makes them at an extremely high rate.

DEFENSE: Strong defensively, although short he blocks a fair amount of shots, is quick enough to even keep up with some shooting guards, gets up and down the court, and is athletic enough to play good breakaway defense.

OFFENSE: An extremely talented offensive player. His inside stats helps the height he may lack at the PF, he seems to do a look of standing dunks on defenseman. He is a deadly shooter from midrange and from deep with an 88 Open three, and his release when you adjust (doesn't take more than 10 minutes taking threes with him in freestyle) always seems to be green. He is the definition of an offensive nightmare.

ATHLETICISM: He is a strong man, pound for pound stronger than most PFs. He is a great leaper, and finisher. He is super fast for a PF even with the ball. He can rebound because of his athleticism, strength, and rebounding skills. He is a great pick player with skills both inside and outside. He is a forceful finisher, similar to Lebron. He can bully anyone.

PRICE: 30k

BEST FITS: He might not be amazing on a team that is made for height, and maybe isn't supposed to be a center, but at the 3 or the 4 he is great.

OVERALL: Up there with the greatest budget players. An amazing underpriced player and is good on a stacked lineup or a Budget Lineup.

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