Karl-Anthony Towns diamond card
96 Overall
  • 97 INS
  • 93 OUT
  • 58 PLY
  • 89 ATH
  • 84 DEF
  • 97 REB


Written by SwagPete

When I pulled this card, I had some really good vibes. I remember when I had the ruby and the amethyst KAT in my lineup. Both of those two were putting in some serious work against opponents, both doing what they needed to do. However, this KAT is an absolute MONSTER on the court, even better than the Diamond KAT last year. Currently, he is averaging 22.0 pts, 10.5 reb, 1.4 ast, shooting an awesome 65% and 55% in a span of 17.5 minutes.

Bought for: Beasts Packs and Boxes


Scoring: An absolute terror in scoring. Whether he is inside the paint or on the perimeter, KAT will make baskets and baskets from anywhere on the floor. KAT is very threatening, with a 97 shot inside. You think centers canʻt shoot? Well, Towns isnʻt that type of center. In fact, he is an amazing perimeter shooter. With a 98 midrange and a 90 three, donʻt leave this guy open.

Rebounding: When I played with KAT, it felt like KAT was getting almost every rebound you can get. He is a total threat in rebounding, especially if you have a smaller defender, like George Mikan. Towns will always get offensive and defensive rebounds at some point of the game. With a 97 offensive and defensive rebound, it is pretty hard to beat this guy on the rebounding edge.

Athleticism: Very agile for a center, with an amazing 89 speed and an 88 acceleration. Towns will easily outrun slower centers, especially on a fast break. KAT also has a 92 strength and a 95 stamina. Even though it might be the final minutes of the game, rely on KAT to still be physical.

Defending: A monster defender, especially in the paint. From bullying players in the post from swatting opponents shots to the other side of the court, KAT is one of the best diamond defenders you can get. It also helps that he has a 95 low post defense, a 95 block and a decent 84 on ball, which will help with other perimeter centers.


Passing: Not really a weakness, as much as a thing that might not really matter for a center. KAT does not have as great passing skills as other centers, but as long as you donʻt make bad passes, you wonʻt have any problems.

Use if: You want a beast center that has the requirements of being an amazing center.

Don't use if: If you canʻt afford him

Bottom Line: An awesome center for you to have, one of my favorite centers in the game.

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