'80 Pete Maravich pinkdiamond card

'80 Pete Maravich

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Mar 8th
6'5" (195cm)
197lbs (89kg)
Utah Jazz
P&R Ball Handler Mid Range 3 PT Isolation

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'80 Pete Maravich pinkdiamond card

97 Overall

96 Outside scoring

  • 95 Open shot mid
  • 94 Contested shot mid
  • 94 Off dribble shot mid
  • 97 Open shot 3pt
  • 96 Contested shot 3pt
  • 95 Off dribble shot 3pt
  • 98 Shot IQ
  • 95 Free throw
  • 98 Offensive consistency

84 Inside scoring

  • 93 Shot close
  • 96 Standing layup
  • 96 Driving layup
  • 27 Standing dunk
  • 50 Driving dunk
  • 27 Contact dunk
  • 92 Draw foul
  • 53 Post control
  • 42 Post hook
  • 76 Post fadeaway
  • 87 Hands

94 Athleticism

  • 96 Speed
  • 96 Acceleration
  • 85 Vertical
  • 43 Strength
  • 95 Stamina
  • 86 Hustle
  • 96 Overall durability

96 Playmaking

  • 96 Speed with ball
  • 96 Ball control
  • 95 Passing accuracy
  • 97 Passing vision
  • 94 Passing IQ

87 Defending

  • 82 On-ball defense IQ
  • 40 Low post defense IQ
  • 84 Help defense IQ
  • 90 Pick & roll defense IQ
  • 94 Lateral quickness
  • 85 Pass perception
  • 85 Reaction time
  • 88 Steal
  • 74 Block
  • 85 Shot contest
  • 87 Defensive consistency

48 Rebounding

  • 40 Offensive rebound
  • 50 Defensive rebound
  • 50 Boxout
  • 3710 Total attr.

Outside Scoring

Mid-Range Deadeye

Knocks down the contested shots from medium-range at very high percentage.

Deep Range Deadeye

Knocks down contested shots from deep range at a very high percentage.

Limitless Range

Can knock down very deep threes better than most.

Difficult Shots

Known for making tough shots off the dribble.

Tireless Scorer

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

Catch & Shoot

Hits stand-still shots off the catch at a high percentage.

Corner Specialist

Known for his ability to knock down threes from the corner.

Inside Scoring


Can attempt layups with few consequences.

Relentless Finisher

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

Tear Dropper

Excels at making floaters and runners


Ankle Breaker

Can cause his defender to stumble or fall with his dribble moves.

Flashy Passer

Known for throwing on-point flashy passes to his receivers.

Break Starter

Starts fast breaks with accurate outlet passes.

Pick & Roll Maestro

Throws accurate passes and hits shots off screens at a high percentage while orchestrating a pick & roll.

Lob City Passer

Completes alley-oop passes at a high rate.


One Man Fast Break

Excels at taking the ball coast to coast on a fast break.


Pick Dodger

A slithery player who can get around screens easily.

Pick Pocket

Known for his ability to strip the ball from a ball-handler.



Alpha Dog

Team leader who takes it upon himself to lead his team to victory.

Clutch Performer

Steps his game up in big games and big moments.

Spark Plug

Comes off the bench or comes out of timeouts making big plays that can energize his teammates.


A player who heats up quicker than most.

Floor General

An offensive leader who can help his teammates play better on offense while he's on the floor


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


Has no problems expressing his feelings.


  • 40 Standing dunk
  • 48 Driving dunk
  • 48 Flashy dunk
  • 10 Alley-oop
  • 21 Putback dunk
  • 61 Crash


  • 25 Standing layup
  • 48 Driving layup
  • 92 Spin layup
  • 94 Hop step layup
  • 94 Euro step layup
  • 93 Floater

Jump shooting

  • 98 Step through shot
  • 30 Shot under basket
  • 76 Shot close
  • 4 Shot close left
  • 4 Shot close middle
  • 5 Shot close right
  • 89 Shot mid
  • 50 Spot up shot mid
  • 4 Off screen shot mid
  • 15 Shot 3pt
  • 15 Spot up shot 3pt
  • 36 Off screen shot 3pt
  • 89 Contested jumper mid
  • 40 Contested jumper 3pt
  • 79 Stepback jumper mid
  • 4 Stepback jumper 3pt
  • 3 Spin jumper
  • 5 Transition pull up 3pt
  • 5 Drive pull up 3pt
  • 11 Drive pull up mid
  • 49 Use glass

Drive setup

  • 77 Triple threat pump fake
  • 85 Triple threat jab step
  • 10 Triple threat idle
  • 38 Triple threat shoot
  • 73 Setup with sizeup
  • 73 Setup with hesitation
  • 2 No setup dribble


  • 81 Drive
  • 81 Spot up drive
  • 81 Off screen drive
  • 50 Drive right
  • 73 Driving crossover
  • 75 Driving spin
  • 43 Driving step back
  • 0 Driving half spin
  • 20 Driving double crossover
  • 70 Driving behind the back
  • 0 Driving dribble hesitation
  • 50 Driving in and out
  • 65 No driving dribble move
  • 73 Attack strong on drive


  • 99 Shoot
  • 99 Touches
  • 76 Roll vs. pop
  • 0 Transition spot up
  • 3 Iso vs. elite defender
  • 33 Iso vs. good defender
  • 50 Iso vs. average defender
  • 99 Iso vs. poor defender
  • 3 Play discipline

Post game

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


  • 94 Dish to open man
  • 40 Flashy pass
  • 90 Alley oop pass


  • 58 Pass interception
  • 20 Take charge
  • 50 On-ball steal
  • 4 Contest shot
  • 4 Block shot
  • 36 Foul
  • 40 Hard foul


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    theres actual footage of this man slamming basketballs as hard as humanly possible in between his legs from the front to his back during practice nearly risking his balls and entire bloodline just to practice his handles just to break ankles and i respect him so much for that even if his practice drills were extremely unnecessary. regardless this man was ahead of his time so maybe risking the balls was all worth it. nice card




    I’ve done that drill.... got to a certain speed and then the ball got mine lol


    And on that note. Where is his HOF ankle breaker??? 2k still tripping out here


    not funny at all


    I’ve seen that video too. I’ve tried it but hit my balls




    In order for it to be a "risk" you have to know about it.

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    Not necessarily


    how does he not have 99 ball control honestly


    Or at leastt gold dimer


    one of the most underrated legends I wouldn't be mad if 2k gave him some of those park flashy pass packages


    Pete really does have spaghetti arms


    now he strong, (he has 43 trenght whihc is high compared to people like you XD


    LMFAO bad boy bacon get ur asparagus looking ass out of here




    Just sayin, he averaged 44 ppg at LSU.


    W/O even a 3 point line!





    Pete is so underrated. He could have been one of the all time greatest. Ridiculously talented player


    Could have? he IS one of the greatest top 50 imo


    i meant more along the lines of top 10/top 5. people might say that's crazy but don't understand how ridiculously good he was. on a side note i would really recommend his biography by mark kriegel, it was a great book


    I just love how Pete is like: "What's with all the lights? I'm scared. Is someone trying to attack me?"
    No, you'll be fine.
    R.I.P., by the way.


    Rip yeah. But you're trying too hard, your comment gave me aids.


    They cured AIDS last week so time for a new, tired trope.

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    Why does this man look so confused?


    bruh r/wooosh bruh


    This card is underrated,
    This man could pull up from everywhere even when there wasn't a 3 point line, Common 2k 97 dribbling, this man crossed everyone, was way faster than a 94, and passing accuracy should be way higher. This man deserves an opal way more than most of these opals, such as rudy gay, Lonzo Bricks, and how does Westbrook have it but Pete doesn't


    this is clearly the pistol with the best hair in the world


    his fucking dynamic duo shall now be Gilbert Gun Gun Arenas


    How does he not have an opal yet it’s almost AUGUST






    y cant he run three point plays smh im getting back dell curry


    Any suggestions would be helpful and thank you for your time.


    Best college player of all time other than maybe Kareem, should be the reward


    Ralph Sampson? Christian Laettner? Bill Walton?

    -Pete Maravich was 49-35 in his college career
    -Never made the NCAA tournament
    -Only beat one ranked team (#19 Wyoming by 6)
    -Was only ranked for one week in his 3 year career

    He is the most overrated college basketball player ever


    Doesn't take away the fact that he averaged 44 without a 3-point line. Losing also tends to happen when you don't have any teammates. But tbh you're right he's probably top 5 not top 2

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    1. Kareem
    2. Walton
    3. Laettner
    4. Sampson
    5. Maravich


    RIP to the most underrated shooting guard ever, he is top 4 in my book


    This will be the cheapest PD in the set, but he still a god gg


    He's just a better Jimmer honestly, so he shouldn't be cheaper


    He is imo the most underappreciated NBA player ever. tons of respect to my man pistol Pete


    All time leading scorer in NCAA history (and it isn’t close), and he didn’t even have a 3 point line




    i want a galaxy opal pete


    I hate his release


    Unfortunately Pistol Pete predicted his own death,

    “BEAVER, Pa. — Pete Maravich, in a 1974 interview with the Beaver County Times, said: "I don't want to play 10 years in the NBA and die of a heart attack at age 40."

    He played pro ball for 10 years, from 1970 to 1980, and died of a heart attack in Pasadena, at 40.

    "That's a little scary," said sports writer Andy Nuzzo, who had interviewed Maravich when he played for the Atlanta Hawks.

    "The story was laying on my desk when I got to work (Wednesday). I read it, and read it and read it and read it. I couldn't believe it. Everything matched."

    Nuzzo was assigned the 1974 story because Maravich, an area native, "was unhappy about the fan reaction he was getting, unhappy that he was being labeled a hotdog," Nuzzo said.

    "It was right after that fan had displayed that sign, the one that said, 'Pistol Pete, why do hot dogs cost $2 million in Atlanta and 50 cents in Philadelphia?'

    "He had only been playing (in the NBA) for four years and he was saying he didn't need basketball, that he could do something else."

    Maravich was born in Aliquippa, Pa., when his father, Press, coached there but moved away at age 9 when Press became the coach at Clemson.”

    RIP Pete, you’ll always be a legend


    Well he did Cocaine at half time. I mean, that may have had something to do with it. And the booze.


    Press Maravich was greatest player ever play the sport and was a pioneer oh yeah his son Pete is nice too


    I need some sort of defense/3pt shooting


    this card would be so godly if it had a better release


    I agree his release is trash i could barely make open threes


    Literally didn't even play in the NCAA tournament, he doesn't deserve this card


    It's more of the fact that he's the all-time leading scorer in NCAA history and even averaged 44 points with LSU without having a 3-point line.


    This is to celebrate March Madness, Pete Maravich never played in the NCAA tournament. Are you really challenging my college basketball knowledge

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    Dude shut up. Nobody is buying what you're shoveling.


    Pete Maravich was overrated af as a college superstar. He played for his dad's team so he it became him vs. 5 other players. He went 49-35 during his college career and they were only ranked for one week in his 3 year career. He is overrated!!!


    Dude, nobody cares.


    Well, I mean, College is more entertaining than the NBA, SOOOOOO!!!!


    holy crap how did you get -7000 total votes


    "college basketball knowledge" I have a hefty amount of NCAA basketball knowledge myself. It's the simple man, that he's one of the greatest college players ever. You don't need to be in a tournament or win a championship to be one of the best. That also consists of stat-wise. If that's the case Robert Horry is one of the greatest NBA players in NBA history because of his championships and the amount of playoffs and finals he's gotten to.

    I know MM is more about those who actually played in the tournament, but when you have one, (or rather still) the all-time leading NCAA scorer in history.

    I know we got our opinions, but your opinions are kinda being biased, lol.


    He's still overrated af. You can't tell me a guy who only sniffed the top 25 once and only had 1 top 25 win is one of the best college basketball players ever. You've probably never even watched a college basketball game.


    "probably never even watched a college basketball game." Assumptions over a card? I see a hardsnotter.

    Like I said, you don't have to be in the NCAA tournament to become one of the greatest. That's just a simple achievement as a team. You have your opinion, I have mine:

    I don't think he's overrated
    You think he's overrated.

    I do watch NCAA games. Michigan State, V.Cavaliers, and Cincinnati Bearcats. Thanks for the assumption though.

    And 'top 25 once' okay, that's still a major achievement. There's a lot of people that'd die just to make that list even once.


    He averaged 44 points a game in his fathers system. He's an overrated player who only cared about his stats, he is overrated


    A lot of players only care about their stats, you act as if he's the only one.

    Sure and Bryce Alford flourished through his fathers system. Your point? There's nothing different. He averaged 44 points. Not many people can do that, let alone put up around 32 in college. I'd say that is a huge achievement. Especially without a 3-point line?

    Yea, a lot of players are overrated. Your opinion is your opinion and that's fine.


    I feel like people saying it's "without a 3 point line" just prove they know jack shit about college basketball. You used that excuse


    I'm sorry, I dropped this subject a long while back.

    And that's quite funny because its no excuse, it's a common fact. A simple basketball fan (college or not) know this. If you can put up 44 per game without shooting much 3's, that's great.

    NOT many people do it, not many people can do it. There's guys that have to shoot at least 4-6 3's just to get anywhere near 30-40. I'm not saying its bad, I'm just saying hey, he averaged 44 without a 3-pt line. It's surely a fact, so..


    He did it in his dad's system designed for him to take as many shots as possible while simultaneously playing terrible competition and losing to those teams. But the lack of the 3 point line isn't the thing that makes this thing impressive, it's another factor but only college fans know it and NBA fans have no idea what it is because they're delusional idiots.


    I do agree he played terrible competition. Something we can agree on. But I'm adding in that sure he did it in his father's system, but he flourished in it. In the NCAA there's 2 separate missions.

    1. get the scouts to notice you and attempt to get a chance within lottery or top 5-10

    2. win a championship and then follow mission 1.

    While many subject to mission 2 (I mean, hell, people are trying to do both) most seem to care only about mission 1. I get what your saying about Pete, really, that's why I brought up Bryce. His father attempted to bring him into his system so he could pull with Pete did, but forgot he had Lonzo and another big star (could've been) on the team. Bryce flourished, but not the way his father wanted him to.


    You have an extremely flawed mindset when it comes to college basketball. Only one and done players have the mission one mindset.


    I mean mission one is a lot of players. That isn't specifically for "one-and-done" players. That's a mindset every player (or most) would have. Every player who wants to be in the NBA, wants to attempt to be a lottery pick or even a 1st round selection.

    My knowledge about college basketball seems to be fine, I'm sure I know exactly what I'm talking about, lol.