'98 Harvey Grant sapphire card

'98 Harvey Grant

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General information

Theme
Rewards
Position
PF / SF
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Release
Height
6'8" (203cm)
Weight
195lbs (88kg)
Age
33
From
Oklahoma
Plays
Mid Range Cutter

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'98 Harvey Grant sapphire card

85 Overall

77 Outside scoring

  • 78 Open shot mid
  • 78 Contested shot mid
  • 78 Off dribble shot mid
  • 70 Open shot 3pt
  • 62 Contested shot 3pt
  • 63 Off dribble shot 3pt
  • 96 Shot IQ
  • 81 Free throw
  • 85 Off. consistency

81 Athleticism

  • 78 Speed
  • 78 Acceleration
  • 85 Vertical
  • 80 Strength
  • 85 Stamina
  • 90 Hustle
  • 80 Overall durability

82 Inside scoring

  • 85 Shot close
  • 88 Standing layup
  • 85 Driving layup
  • 75 Standing dunk
  • 70 Driving dunk
  • 45 Contact dunk
  • 80 Draw foul
  • 78 Post control
  • 74 Post hook
  • 78 Post fadeaway
  • 97 Hands

56 Playmaking

  • 64 Ball control
  • 58 Passing accuracy
  • 42 Passing vision
  • 57 Passing IQ
  • 68 Speed with ball

80 Defending

  • 85 On-ball def. IQ
  • 79 Low post def. IQ
  • 79 Pick & roll def. IQ
  • 80 Help def. IQ
  • 78 Lateral quickness
  • 85 Pass perception
  • 85 Reaction time
  • 61 Steal
  • 52 Block
  • 85 Shot contest
  • 85 Def. consistency

78 Rebounding

  • 78 Offensive rebound
  • 78 Defensive rebound
  • 78 Boxout
  • 85 Potential
  • 95 Intangibles
  • 3499 Total attr.


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    Damn 2k added so many new players this year

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    This is the best rated sapphire in that you can get in the tokens thing, and only like 75-80 people in the 'community' have picked it up

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    He's 6'8 and not really amazing at one thing, those cards tend to be looked over.

    -3

    Who’s this mf

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    Horace’s bro

    -1

    Ok new question who’s horace

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    Horace Grant
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    Not to be confused with Horace Grant Underwood.
    Horace Grant
    Personal information
    Born July 4, 1965 (age 53)
    Augusta, Georgia
    Nationality American
    Listed height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
    Listed weight 245 lb (111 kg)
    Career information
    High school Hancock Central (Sparta, Georgia)
    College Clemson (1983–1987)
    NBA draft 1987 / Round: 1 / Pick: 10th overall
    Selected by the Chicago Bulls
    Playing career 1987–2004
    Position Power forward / Center
    Number 54
    Career history
    1987–1994 Chicago Bulls
    1994–1999 Orlando Magic
    1999–2000 Seattle SuperSonics
    2000–2001 Los Angeles Lakers
    2001–2002 Orlando Magic
    2003–2004 Los Angeles Lakers
    Career highlights and awards
    4× NBA champion (1991–1993, 2001)
    NBA All-Star (1994)
    4× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1993–1996)
    Consensus second-team All-American (1987)
    ACC Player of the Year (1987)
    First-team All-ACC (1987)
    Career statistics
    Points 12,996 (11.2 ppg)
    Rebound 9,443 (8.1 rpg)
    Assists 2,575 (2.2 apg)
    Stats at Basketball-Reference.com
    Horace Junior Grant (born July 4, 1965) is an American retired basketball player. He attended and played college basketball at Clemson University before playing professionally in the National Basketball Association (NBA), where he became a four-time champion with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. Horace is the twin brother of former NBA player Harvey Grant.


    Contents
    1 Early life
    2 NBA career
    2.1 Chicago Bulls
    2.2 Orlando Magic
    2.3 Seattle Supersonics
    2.4 Los Angeles Lakers
    2.5 Return to the Magic
    2.6 Return to the Lakers
    3 Family
    4 NBA career statistics
    4.1 Regular season
    4.2 Playoffs
    5 See also
    6 References
    7 External links
    Early life
    Grant was born in Augusta, Georgia. He and his twin brother, Harvey, grew up in Mitchell, Georgia and attended school in Sparta, Georgia. After he graduated from High School, he attended Clemson University, where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha.

    NBA career
    Chicago Bulls
    He was drafted by the Chicago Bulls with the 10th overall pick of the 1987 NBA draft. The 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) tall power forward/center immediately teamed with fellow draft-day acquisition Scottie Pippen to form the Bulls' forward tandem of the future, although he initially backed up incumbent Charles Oakley, one of the league's premier rebounders and post defenders.

    In 1989, Grant moved into the starting lineup when Oakley was traded to the New York Knicks for center Bill Cartwright. He immediately became the Bulls' main rebounder, and established himself as the Bulls' third scoring option after Michael Jordan and Pippen, forming one of the league's best trios. Grant was noted for his defensive play; he was selected four times for the NBA All-Defensive Team.[1] He helped Chicago win three consecutive NBA championships (1991, 1992, and 1993), securing the third with a last-second block on Kevin Johnson.

    Grant, who was diagnosed with nearsightedness and wore eyeglasses, began wearing goggles fitted with prescription lenses on the court starting with the 1990-91 season.[2] The goggles soon became a trademark for Grant; Although he eventually received LASIK surgery to correct his sight, he continued to wear the goggles on the court after he had heard from parents that he had become an inspirational figure to children who wore eyeglasses.[3]

    After Jordan's first retirement following the 1992–93 season, Grant became the number-two star behind Pippen, and helped the Bulls push the Knicks to seven games in the second-round playoff series before being eliminated. Grant played in the 1994 NBA All-Star Game, posting four points and eight rebounds in 17 minutes.

    Orlando Magic
    After posting career-bests in scoring (15.1 ppg), rebounding (11.0 rpg), and assists (3.4 apg), he left the Bulls as a free agent and joined the Orlando Magic, led by Shaquille O'Neal and Penny Hardaway. On May 5, 1995, Grant made the final basket in Boston Garden history in Orlando's series clinching victory over the Boston Celtics. Grant helped the Magic reach the 1995 NBA Finals, where they were swept in four games by the Houston Rockets. Grant spent the next several seasons with the Magic.

    Seattle Supersonics
    He was traded to the Seattle SuperSonics along with 2000 and 2001 second round picks for Dale Ellis, Don MacLean, Billy Owens, and rookie Corey Maggette just before start of the 1999–2000 season.

    Los Angeles Lakers
    After one year with the Sonics, he was involved in a three-way trade in which Glen Rice of the Los Angeles Lakers was sent to New York, Patrick Ewing of the Knicks was sent to Seattle, and Grant to the defending champion Lakers. He helped them win another championship in the 2000–01 season.

    Return to the Magic
    In the offseason, Grant decided to leave Los Angeles and sign back with the Orlando Magic. Grant was cut by the Magic in December 2002 after then-coach Doc Rivers implied Grant was a "cancer" on the team.[4]

    Return to the Lakers
    Grant chose to retire after getting cut by the Magic. However, he decided to return for another run with the Lakers for the 2003–04 season as a backup to Karl Malone. He then retired permanently following the Lakers' loss to the Detroit Pistons in the 2004 NBA Finals.

    Family
    Grant has three daughters (Naomi, Maia, and Eva) and one son (Elijah) with his wife Andrea. He has two sons (Horace Jr. and Deon) from a previous relationship. A daughter Gianna from a previous relationship as well. His identical twin brother, Harvey Grant, also played in the NBA, mainly for the Washington Bullets.

    Three of Grant's nephews are also basketball players. Jerai Grant played college basketball for Clemson University[5] and currently plays overseas;[6] Jerian Grant played for the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's basketball team and currently plays for the Orlando Magic; and Jerami Grant played for the Syracuse University Orange men's basketball team and currently plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

    NBA career statistics
    Legend
    GP Games played GS Games started MPG Minutes per game
    FG% Field goal percentage 3P% 3-point field goal percentage FT% Free throw percentage
    RPG Rebounds per game APG Assists per game SPG Steals per game
    BPG Blocks per game PPG Points per game Bold Career high
    † Denotes seasons in which Grant won an NBA championship
    Regular season
    Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
    1987–88 Chicago 81 6 22.6 .501 .000 .626 5.5 1.1 .6 .7 7.7
    1988–89 Chicago 79 79 35.6 .519 .000 .704 8.6 2.1 1.1 .8 12.0
    1989–90 Chicago 80 80 34.4 .523 – .699 7.9 2.8 1.2 1.1 13.4
    1990–91† Chicago 78 76 33.9 .547 .167 .711 8.4 2.3 1.2 .9 12.8
    1991–92† Chicago 81 81 35.3 .578 .000 .741 10.0 2.7 1.2 1.6 14.2
    1992–93† Chicago 77 77 35.6 .508 .200 .619 9.5 2.6 1.2 1.2 13.2
    1993–94 Chicago 70 69 36.7 .524 .000 .596 11.0 3.4 1.1 1.2 15.1
    1994–95 Orlando 74 74 36.4 .567 .000 .692 9.7 2.3 1.0 1.2 12.8
    1995–96 Orlando 63 62 36.3 .513 .167 .734 9.2 2.7 1.0 1.2 13.4
    1996–97 Orlando 67 67 37.3 .515 .167 .715 9.0 2.4 1.5 1.0 12.6
    1997–98 Orlando 76 76 36.9 .459 .000 .678 8.1 2.3 1.1 1.0 12.1
    1998–99 Orlando 50 50 33.2 .434 .000 .671 7.0 1.8 .9 1.2 8.9
    1999–00 Seattle 76 76 35.4 .444 .000 .721 7.8 2.5 .7 .8 8.1
    2000–01† L.A. Lakers 77 77 31.0 .462 .000 .775 7.1 1.6 .7 .8 8.5
    2001–02 Orlando 76 76 29.1 .513 – .721 6.3 1.4 .8 .6 8.0
    2002–03 Orlando 5 1 17.0 .520 – 1.6 1.4 .6 .0 5.2
    2003–04 L. A. Lakers 55 10 20.1 .411 .000 .722 4.2 1.3 .4 .4 4.1
    Career 1165 1037 33.2 .509 .063 .692 8.1 2.2 1.0 1.0 11.2
    All-Star 1 0 17.0 .250 – 8.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 4.0
    Playoffs
    Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
    1988 Chicago 10 0 29.9 .568 .000 .600 7.0 1.6 1.4 .2 10.1
    1989 Chicago 17 17 36.8 .518 – .800 9.8 2.1 .6 .9 10.8
    1990 Chicago 16 16 38.5 .509 .000 .623 9.9 2.5 1.1 1.1 12.2
    1991† Chicago 17 17 39.2 .583 – .733 8.1 2.2 .9 .4 13.3
    1992† Chicago 22 22 38.9 .541 .000 .671 8.8 3.0 1.1 1.8 11.3
    1993† Chicago 19 19 34.3 .546 – .685 8.2 2.3 1.2 1.2 10.7
    1994 Chicago 10 10 39.3 .542 1.000 .738 7.4 2.6 1.0 1.8 16.2
    1995 Orlando 21 21 41.4 .540 .000 .763 10.4 1.9 1.0 1.1 13.7
    1996 Orlando 9 9 37.1 .649 – .867 10.4 1.4 .8 .7 15.0
    1999 Orlando 4 4 32.0 .367 – .625 7.0 1.3 .5 .5 6.8
    2000 Seattle 5 5 37.0 .407 – .500 6.2 2.0 1.6 1.0 4.8
    2001† L.A. Lakers 16 16 26.4 .385 – .733 6.0 1.2 .9 .8 6.0
    2002 Orlando 4 4 31.8 .364 – 1.000 7.8 2.3 .8 .3 4.5
    Career 170 160 36.3 .530 .125 .714 8.6 2.1 1.0 1.0 11.2
    See also
    List of National Basketball Association career games played leaders
    List of National Basketball Association career rebounding leaders
    List of National Basketball Association career minutes played leaders
    List of National Basketball Association career playoff rebounding leaders
    List of National Basketball Association career playoff blocks leaders
    References
    NBA Postseason Awards: All-Defensive Teams, nba.com. accessed 24 April 2007.
    Smith, Sam (17 May 1991). "Doctor: Grant Needs Those Goggles". The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 11 April 2018.
    "Horace Grant wore goggles after eye surgery to make kids with glasses feel better". SBNation.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018.
    "Rivers says 'cancer' had to be cut from team", espn.go.com, 11 December 2002, accessed 8 March 2009.
    "Senior forward Jerai Grant emerging as pleasant inside surprise", www.orangeandwhite.com, January 11, 2011.
    "National Basketball League - Sydney Kings: Sydney Kings' Jerai Grant arrives in town". Archived from the original on 2012-09-04.
    External links
    Career statistics and player information from Basketball-Reference.com
    Links to related articles
    Categories: 1965 birthsLiving peopleAfrican-American basketball playersAll-American college men's basketball playersBasketball players from Georgia (U.S. state)Centers (basketball)Chicago Bulls draft picksChicago Bulls playersClemson Tigers men's basketball playersIdentical twinsLos Angeles Lakers playersNational Basketball Association All-StarsOrlando Magic playersPower forwards (basketball)Seattle SuperSonics playersSportspeople from Augusta, GeorgiaTwin people from the United StatesTwin sportspeople
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    Your welcome

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    is it the same guy though?