'94 James Worthy amethyst card
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'94 James Worthy

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6'9" (205cm)
225lbs (102kg)
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'94 James Worthy amethyst card

92 Overall

81 Outside scoring

  • 87 Open shot mid
  • 87 Contested shot mid
  • 73 Off dribble shot mid
  • 79 Open shot 3pt
  • 75 Contested shot 3pt
  • 54 Off dribble shot 3pt
  • 92 Shot IQ
  • 78 Free throw
  • 92 Offensive consistency

91 Inside scoring

  • 94 Shot close
  • 95 Standing layup
  • 91 Driving layup
  • 87 Standing dunk
  • 92 Driving dunk
  • 82 Contact dunk
  • 62 Draw foul
  • 87 Post control
  • 88 Post hook
  • 89 Post fadeaway
  • 89 Hands

83 Athleticism

  • 83 Speed
  • 77 Acceleration
  • 87 Vertical
  • 77 Strength
  • 98 Stamina
  • 92 Hustle
  • 85 Overall durability

69 Playmaking

  • 73 Speed with ball
  • 73 Ball control
  • 69 Passing accuracy
  • 64 Passing vision
  • 72 Passing IQ

82 Defending

  • 82 On-ball defense IQ
  • 84 Low post defense IQ
  • 85 Help defense IQ
  • 88 Pick & roll defense IQ
  • 85 Lateral quickness
  • 82 Pass perception
  • 80 Reaction time
  • 60 Steal
  • 39 Block
  • 80 Shot contest
  • 92 Defensive consistency

77 Rebounding

  • 75 Offensive rebound
  • 77 Defensive rebound
  • 82 Boxout
  • 3714 Total attr.

Outside Scoring

Difficult Shots

Known for making tough shots off the dribble.

Pick & Popper

Excels as a pick & pop receiver.

Tireless Scorer

A player who can spend a good deal of energy without losing effectiveness when attempting to score.

Inside Scoring


Can attempt layups with few consequences.

Pick & Roller

Excels as the roller in the pick & roll game.

Relentless Finisher

Takes physical punishment on contact shots near the rim without severely impacting his energy.


Known for his ability to user the drop step move to his advantage in the post.

Dream-Like Up & Under

Excels at scoring in the post with up and under moves.


Break Starter

Starts fast breaks with accurate outlet passes.


Lob City Finisher

Catches and finishes alley-oops better than others.


Will succeed at dunking on opposing defenders more often than others.




Clutch Performer

Steps his game up in big games and big moments.

Championship DNA

Can quickly see where double teams are coming from. Also steps up his game in playoff moments.


A player who heats up quicker than most.


Will play through fatigue and injury without experiencing a severe drop in skill.

Laid Back

A Laid Back player is generally pretty chill at all times. Captain Cool.


  • 85 Standing dunk
  • 84 Driving dunk
  • 84 Flashy dunk
  • 87 Alley-oop
  • 43 Putback dunk
  • 5 Crash


  • 85 Standing layup
  • 84 Driving layup
  • 75 Spin layup
  • 71 Hop step layup
  • 84 Euro step layup
  • 75 Floater

Jump shooting

  • 85 Step through shot
  • 35 Shot under basket
  • 73 Shot close
  • 4 Shot close left
  • 3 Shot close middle
  • 6 Shot close right
  • 63 Shot mid
  • 51 Spot up shot mid
  • 20 Off screen shot mid
  • 15 Shot 3pt
  • 15 Spot up shot 3pt
  • 17 Off screen shot 3pt
  • 63 Contested jumper mid
  • 22 Contested jumper 3pt
  • 59 Stepback jumper mid
  • 4 Stepback jumper 3pt
  • 59 Spin jumper
  • 6 Transition pull up 3pt
  • 3 Drive pull up 3pt
  • 9 Drive pull up mid
  • 48 Use glass

Drive setup

  • 57 Triple threat pump fake
  • 56 Triple threat jab step
  • 40 Triple threat idle
  • 50 Triple threat shoot
  • 22 Setup with sizeup
  • 41 Setup with hesitation
  • 52 No setup dribble


  • 47 Drive
  • 47 Spot up drive
  • 47 Off screen drive
  • 58 Drive right
  • 41 Driving crossover
  • 41 Driving spin
  • 21 Driving step back
  • 0 Driving half spin
  • 4 Driving double crossover
  • 16 Driving behind the back
  • 15 Driving dribble hesitation
  • 38 Driving in and out
  • 63 No driving dribble move
  • 46 Attack strong on drive


  • 88 Shoot
  • 57 Touches
  • 10 Roll vs. pop
  • 0 Transition spot up
  • 1 Iso vs. elite defender
  • 12 Iso vs. good defender
  • 18 Iso vs. average defender
  • 35 Iso vs. poor defender
  • 3 Play discipline

Post game

  • 90 Post up
  • 75 Post shimmy shot
  • 55 Post face up
  • 65 Post back down
  • 45 Post aggressive backdown
  • 75 Shoot from post
  • 50 Post hook left
  • 75 Post hook right
  • 75 Post fade left
  • 50 Post fade right
  • 53 Post up and under
  • 40 Post hop shot
  • 40 Post step back shot
  • 75 Post drive
  • 75 Post spin
  • 50 Post drop step
  • 45 Post hop step


  • 60 Dish to open man
  • 33 Flashy pass
  • 20 Alley oop pass


  • 54 Pass interception
  • 11 Take charge
  • 51 On-ball steal
  • 20 Contest shot
  • 20 Block shot
  • 17 Foul
  • 22 Hard foul

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    79 three is kind of suspect for James Worthy, but other than that, pretty good.


    Loved his card last year


    If you just glance at this card and his Amy from last year that’s how you know 18 was an ass game (I get it was put in later in the year but still)


    that card was also a 95 overall tho


    18 was better than 19.


    Ur stupid. All u have to do in 18 is get a blowby. Only bums liked 18.


    all u have to do in 19 is get 5 cheesy shooters and spam 3's

    yeah i know thats what u kids like so enjoy your 2k19.


    Not true...if you are good at the game you can actually play defense unlike last year where you 5-out and get a blowby every possession/zigzag.


    Do you mean off ball defence??


    Whats wrong with offball?


    Completely boring and unfair


    why the fuck are you still here


    But off ball defence still sucks...


    hahaha! i just returned


    The defence is a bit low tbh


    Like always I’m gonna either be sleeping or at school when the locker code comes out


    the code is valid for one week


    Defense underrated


    Big game James!


    I like the locker codes but I hate the "Price Is Right" style plinko game to get them.


    Remember when Ralph Sampson and Othell Wilson killed UNC


    My dude half this board isn’t old enough to be alive for Ralph in the NBA, let alone remember him in college. But yeah he was a goat in college






    No debate, college is a lot more entertaining than the NBA


    In college players are only in the league for 4 years, and most of the top talent is there for 1-2 so you’re watching a new group of guys every couple of years. Most top teams their schedule is boring with very few games against other top teams until march madness. And the NBA is higher quality bball with better players, and it’s a league where players can grow a legacy. Who’s the last great college player with a legacy?


    Tuff one for UVA hewre


    7 hours and no response, have you done the impossible @gobles ?


    -More upsets
    -More Cinderella stories
    -Not just a player's sport
    -Like 15 title contenders every year
    -Little room for error (If you fuck up in the NCAA tournament then it's over)
    -More parity
    -Little to no superteams (When they do form, they typically fail and don't last long)
    -The bonus rule in college is better
    -Contrasting styles (Some teams may play traditional basketball, while others press, and others do nothing but shoot 3s)
    -Games are usually shorter
    -More fan involvement (Court stormings, Gameday, student sections, etc.)
    -New batch of great players every year
    -Regular season games mean more (In the NBA, a 50 point win against the Warriors and a 1 point win against the Nets mean the exact same)


    -March madness format does allow for more upsets, Cinderella stories but having everything be one game it doesn’t allow rivalries to form, or for great series to happen, lebron’s chip in Cleveland wouldn’t have been as great of a finals if it was just one game.
    -It isn’t JUST a players sport but it mostly is, even at the college level games are labeled as Zion and RJ Barrett go up against...
    - you say that college doesn’t have superteams but duke, nova, and Kentucky make up a majority of the appearances in the final 4 and finals
    -games being shorter doesn’t make it better, unless games start getting as long as baseball.
    - new batch of great players each year for college then go to the nba and play with all of the other great batches of players over the last 10 years, creating a greater concentration of talent.
    - Regular season games don’t mean more in college, Duke beat a team by more than double and no one batted an eye.
    -More fan involvement is debatable
    -College is not better than the pros for thier bonus rule
    - are you sure there is more parity
    - nba teams have contrasting styles as well (warriors ball movement, rockets iso, lakers trying to resurrect showtime, grizzlies slow and Grindy game)


    -You do bring up a good point about the rivalries (Even though colleges despise the other college that knocked them out of the tournament). However, that being said, the NCAA tournament does eliminate boring drawn out series between two overmatched teams. If a team is overmatched in the NCAA tournament then it is a swift 2 hour game and the winning team moves on. In the NBA, a boring series will be drawn out for a good 10 hours of game time. Also, to me, a cinderella story in the NBA doesn't have the magic like a college one does because at one point in that franchises career, they were the top dogs in the league. While in college, these seemingly unknown schools (like Furman or UMBC) who have never accomplished anything in their schools existence, shock the basketball world with their stories.

    -In college you need a good coach as much as you need good players. Hell, a good coach can still create a good team with lackluster talent. Take Virginia last year who, talent wise was mediocre. A team who had one borderline 5 star on their roster and an NBA player who only showed up on draft sites near the end of the year. That team went 31-3, 17-1 in the best conference in the nation, one of the best regular seasons of the past 5 years, and the #1 overall rank. And sure they didn't do well in the tournament, but they had one of the best coaches in the country on their side and they were able to accomplish these feats due to Tony Bennetts amazing coaching. Except for Uconn in 2014, there has never been a college team that won the title with a mediocre coach, however, there have been examples in college of great coaches taking mediocre teams to a title (2016 Villanova). I'm gonna end this off by saying this (and keep in mind this is all from experience), who gets the loudest ovation at UVA games? Their coach. Who gets the loudest ovation at Duke games? Their coach. However in the NBA the loudest ovations go to the players and not the coach.

    -There is a statistic website that has graded teams since the 1990s. They have only labelled 5 teams as superteams in that time span (and half of them didn't even win the championship). Their have been more superteams in the NBA in the past 10 years than in college in the past 28 years.

    -See, to me, NBA games drag on to long. There is only an 8 minute difference between college and NBA games and man do those extra 8 minutes feel like an eternity. Games in the NBA typically last about 2 and a half hours while a college game barely cracks 2. Hell, there was a game between Virginia and Wisconsin (2 ranked teams) that went from 2:00 to 3:30. While this point is subjective, I do think that NBA games drag on way too much and that colleges time is perfect.

    -Having the same player be the face of the league for 10 years will inevitably get very stale and very boring. Lebron, KD, and Curry have been the face of the NBA for the past 4 years. Believe me, that is BORING! In college there is a fresh face as the face of college basketball every year. Zion, Trae Young, Lonzo, Buddy, every year there is a new face of the league and that keeps things refreshing

    -No, regular season games mean a lot more than the NBA. In college there are things called good wins and bad losses. If you beat Duke by 50 then you can ride that win all the way through the season. However if you barely beat a team like Hartford than that could be a detriment to your teams chances of making it to the tournament. Last year UNC lost to Wofford at home and I believe that the loss to Wofford was a big reason why they didn't get a 1 seed. In the NBA, there are no bad losses or good wins, it's just oh you went 50-32? PLAYOFFS!

    *(Keep in mind the only NBA experience I've had is Wizards games)
    -No not at all, the NBA doesn't come close to college when it comes to fan involvement. Signs mocking the other team (I'm talking about a wall of these signs and not just a casual NBA fan with a sign), court stormings, etc. Just watch a College Basketball gameday show if you think that NBA crowds are more involved than college crowds (I recommend a gameday at Virginia)

    -There is no debate that the 1 and 1 rule results in a greater likely hood of classic games is obvious. The fact that a missed foul shot is essentially a turnover makes better and closer games is just straight fact

    -The last time a college team won back to back titles is Duke in 1991 and 1992. In that timespan for the NBA there has been 4 back to backs and three 3 peats

    -This point for me is largely flawed as I didn't take into accounts the playing styles of NBA teams. However what I meant by contrasting styles is that in todays NBA the slowest teams are playing faster than the fastest team in 2013. In college however, trends don't die and instead of teams trying to become more modern like in the NBA, teams result in playing their same old ways. Every play style you named, a college team has it, however no NBA presses and no NBA teams plays slower basketball than the elite college basketball teams.




    They won by 18 and were up by 30 at one point