'96 Stacey King sapphire card

General information

Theme
Historic
Position
C
Added
Release
Height
6'11" (210cm)
Weight
230lbs (104kg)
Age
29
From
Oklahoma
Plays
P&R Roll Man

Hot Zones

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'96 Stacey King sapphire card

84 Overall

61 Outside scoring

  • 74 Open shot mid
  • 65 Contested shot mid
  • 45 Off dribble shot mid
  • 26 Open shot 3pt
  • 25 Contested shot 3pt
  • 25 Off dribble shot 3pt
  • 95 Shot IQ
  • 75 Free throw
  • 80 Offensive consistency

83 Inside scoring

  • 88 Shot close
  • 85 Standing layup
  • 69 Driving layup
  • 85 Standing dunk
  • 79 Driving dunk
  • 55 Contact dunk
  • 70 Draw foul
  • 84 Post control
  • 82 Post hook
  • 74 Post fadeaway
  • 58 Hands

73 Athleticism

  • 70 Speed
  • 50 Acceleration
  • 74 Vertical
  • 80 Strength
  • 85 Stamina
  • 75 Hustle
  • 95 Overall durability

37 Playmaking

  • 33 Speed with ball
  • 35 Ball control
  • 40 Passing accuracy
  • 31 Passing vision
  • 64 Passing IQ

80 Defending

  • 84 On-ball defense IQ
  • 80 Low post defense IQ
  • 80 Help defense IQ
  • 78 Pick & roll defense IQ
  • 70 Lateral quickness
  • 75 Pass perception
  • 75 Reaction time
  • 58 Steal
  • 75 Block
  • 92 Shot contest
  • 80 Defensive consistency

88 Rebounding

  • 88 Offensive rebound
  • 89 Defensive rebound
  • 86 Boxout
  • 3181 Total attr.

Outside Scoring

Inside Scoring

Putback King

Known for his ability to score baskets immediately off of offensive rebounds near the hoop.

Playmaking

Athleticism

Defending

Rim Protector

An elite shot-blocker who intimidates those around the rim, causing interior shots to be less effective.

Rebounding

Hustle Rebounder

An elite rebounder known for chasing rebounds out of his area.

Personality

Dunks

  • 99 Standing dunk
  • 80 Driving dunk
  • 80 Flashy dunk
  • 99 Alley-oop
  • 65 Putback dunk
  • 15 Crash

Layups

  • 50 Standing layup
  • 10 Driving layup
  • 5 Spin layup
  • 5 Hop step layup
  • 5 Euro step layup
  • 5 Floater

Jump shooting

  • 49 Step through shot
  • 84 Shot under basket
  • 10 Shot close
  • 1 Shot close left
  • 1 Shot close middle
  • 0 Shot close right
  • 8 Shot mid
  • 58 Spot up shot mid
  • 74 Off screen shot mid
  • 0 Shot 3pt
  • 0 Spot up shot 3pt
  • 0 Off screen shot 3pt
  • 5 Contested jumper mid
  • 0 Contested jumper 3pt
  • 0 Stepback jumper mid
  • 0 Stepback jumper 3pt
  • 0 Spin jumper
  • 0 Transition pull up 3pt
  • 0 Drive pull up 3pt
  • 0 Drive pull up mid
  • 15 Use glass

Drive setup

  • 0 Triple threat pump fake
  • 0 Triple threat jab step
  • 100 Triple threat idle
  • 0 Triple threat shoot
  • 0 Setup with sizeup
  • 0 Setup with hesitation
  • 100 No setup dribble

Driving

  • 10 Drive
  • 10 Spot up drive
  • 10 Off screen drive
  • 55 Drive right
  • 0 Driving crossover
  • 0 Driving spin
  • 0 Driving step back
  • 0 Driving half spin
  • 0 Driving double crossover
  • 0 Driving behind the back
  • 0 Driving dribble hesitation
  • 0 Driving in and out
  • 99 No driving dribble move
  • 25 Attack strong on drive

Freelance

  • 60 Shoot
  • 45 Touches
  • 99 Roll vs. pop
  • 0 Transition spot up
  • 0 Iso vs. elite defender
  • 0 Iso vs. good defender
  • 0 Iso vs. average defender
  • 0 Iso vs. poor defender
  • 99 Play discipline

Post game

  • 4 Post up
  • 0 Post shimmy shot
  • 5 Post face up
  • 30 Post back down
  • 0 Post aggressive backdown
  • 4 Shoot from post
  • 25 Post hook left
  • 20 Post hook right
  • 5 Post fade left
  • 0 Post fade right
  • 15 Post up and under
  • 0 Post hop shot
  • 0 Post step back shot
  • 15 Post drive
  • 0 Post spin
  • 0 Post drop step
  • 0 Post hop step

Passing

  • 30 Dish to open man
  • 0 Flashy pass
  • 0 Alley oop pass

Defense

  • 35 Pass interception
  • 75 Take charge
  • 58 On-ball steal
  • 92 Contest shot
  • 74 Block shot
  • 56 Foul
  • 91 Hard foul

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    19

    Who let Timmy from South Park cut this card?

    14

    "That's Turrible"- Charles Barkley

    9

    "STAWP IT STAWP IT"
    "WHAT ARE YOU DOING DRAGIC"

    8

    More like Stacey Queen with that first name

    2

    Well he does like spicy meatballs

    5

    people stfu about the picture. 2kmtcentral doesnt have the full photo that shows the players arm.

    4

    damn at least there's somewhat of a pic

    2

    Gimme that Hot sauce

    2

    TOO BIG. TOO STRONG. TOO FAST. TOO GOOD.

    GIMMIE THE HOTSAUCE.

    1

    Wait Barkley’s in the background of the pic!!! Barkley in 2K19 confirmed.

    1

    STEP BACK AND CUT MYSELF

    1

    Im glad Barkley found his way into Myteam

    1

    So when yall done talkin about the picture... how's the card?

    0

    Terrible cuts this year.

    0

    I LIKE MY MEATBALLS SPICY

    0

    Looks like he got hit with that zig zag cheese

    0

    Back in namm this man got in a horrible blender accident he put his hand in it then lost his toreso

    0

    Very curious, but yet, very put off.

    0

    good to know

    2

    I feel like you could and would write a book about this.

    1

    Joseph Campbell and the well-known psychologist Carl Jung, both posited that stories were a way for human beings to ascribe meaning to the infinite chaos of creation around them. These stories provide a framework for the experience of being alive, and establish patterns that make processing an incredible amount of information easier, by giving the illusion of cause and effect. Films are a particularly effective method for creating a reality because that’s exactly what the crew of a film does on some level. When an audience sees rundown buildings overgrown with vines besieged by zombies, what they are actually seeing is the painstaking work of teams of artists who transform locations into the fantastic sets used in movies. Some films take this alternate reality even further and incorporate the idea of story telling into their own narrative. These meta stories are some of the most interesting and powerful stories, because they point out the assumptions an audience carries with them from other viewing experiences and uses them not only to comment on and interpret the human experience, but also to comment on stories themselves.
    Big Fish written by John August and directed by Tim Burton, is a fantastic example of a script that discusses the power of stories, in this case, the hero’s journey. The hero’s journey is a meta narrative that Joseph Campbell believed to be the backbone of nearly every story ever written. To illustrate the prominence of this structure, consider the similarities between the characters of Luke Skywalker, Frodo and Bilbo Baggins, Hercules, and Iron Man. All of these characters are told they have the capacity for greatness, are forced to act on that possibility, and subsequently rise to the challenge, becoming heroes and experiencing some sort of catharsis. Big Fish not only features an on-the-nose hero’s journey, it features a character actually commenting on the tropes and the reason for them as he recounts the story. Not all stories about stories are as somber as Big Fish though. 
    Joss Whedon is an incredibly prolific writer, and a devout fan of story craft in general. The Avengers features multiple mini hero’s journeys throughout. There are however, other meta narratives besides hero’s journey. The Cabin in the Woods is a fan boy’s salute to the horror genre, but the horror genre is really a medieval story form repackaged and twisted slightly. In Shakespeare’s England the most common form of entertainment was a fantastically depressing genre called the morality play. These morality plays were basically stories like the boy who cried wolf, or the frog and the scorpion. The basic idea is that the sins and faults of a character early on in the narrative will be responsible for their undoing later on. The Cabin in the Woods gleefully embraces, not only its monster movie heritage, but rather brilliantly, its morality play ancestors, and  features a wonderful Richard Jenkins character explaining the significance of each story beat as it happens. 
    There are dozens of examples of this kind of thing. Before Cabin in the Woods there was  Scream. The Princess Bride comments on two kinds of stories: romance and fantasy and again features a narrator within the story. Tropic Thunder is a send-up of Hollywood in general, but especially Vietnam era war movies, and the list goes on and on all they way to The Producers. These stories serve as mile markers for genre, and for the film medium, but they also function as challenges to filmmakers to transcend traditional story structure and tropes and try to make something new. Any filmmaker or writer who seeks to educate themselves about the finer points of movie making would do well to add these to his or her collection.

    0

    When you're stuck in the ocean getting eaten by Piranhas lool

    0

    WTF is wrong with his cut like his leg and arm are half gone

    0

    Great cut 2K