'61 Cliff Hagan diamond card

'61 Cliff Hagan

Rewards / Triple Threat Rewards


General information

Theme
Rewards
Position
SF / SG
Height
6'4" (193cm)
Weight
210lbs (95kg)
Age
30
From
Kentucky
Nickname
Hondo
Plays
P&R Ball Handler Mid Range 3 PT

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'61 Cliff Hagan diamond card

93 Overall

3385 Total attr.

88 Outside scoring

  • 94 Shot close
  • 92 Shot mid
  • 83 Shot 3pt
  • 95 Shot IQ
  • 83 Free throw
  • 95 Offensive consistency

80 Inside scoring

  • 84 Driving layup
  • 40 Standing dunk
  • 65 Driving dunk
  • 95 Draw foul
  • 75 Post moves
  • 86 Post hook
  • 85 Post fade
  • 85 Hands

78 Athleticism

  • 75 Speed
  • 75 Acceleration
  • 68 Vertical
  • 80 Strength
  • 99 Stamina
  • 97 Hustle
  • 98 Overall durability

76 Playmaking

  • 75 Speed with ball
  • 78 Ball handle
  • 82 Passing accuracy
  • 68 Passing vision
  • 82 Passing IQ

80 Defending

  • 65 Interior defense
  • 83 Perimeter defense
  • 83 Help defense IQ
  • 98 Pick & roll defense IQ
  • 82 Lateral quickness
  • 80 Pass perception
  • 86 Reaction time
  • 80 Steal
  • 68 Block
  • 86 Shot contest
  • 80 Defensive consistency

83 Rebounding

  • 82 Offensive rebound
  • 84 Defensive rebound

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    Career Highlights:
    NCAA Champion (1951)
    2x First Team All-American (1952,1954)
    NBA Champion (1958)
    5x NBA All-Star (1958-1962)
    2x Second Team All-NBA (1958,1959)
    ABA All-Star in 1968
    1978 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee


    Also a good dude; Having played under racist bitch ass Adolph Rupp at Kentucky and playing in St. Louis which was REALLLLLY Segregated at the time, he was the only guy to actually go out of his way to treat Cleo Hill (who was basically blackballed out the league by the Hawks' Front Office) and Lenny Wilkens with respect

    1

    Cliff Hagan and Ed Macauley were included in a draft day trade which included both of these player were traded to the Hawks for the Celtics to have Bill Russell

    3

    fck this vault

    1

    Cliff Hagan and Ed Macauley were included in a draft day trade which included both of these player were traded to the Hawks for the Celtics to have Bill Russell.

    0

    hondo ???

    0

    My 500 MT vault better smh

    0

    Still can't write reviews since 2kmtc rlly ain't keeping up w 2k20 rn, but here's what you should know about him (got him on the 8th win somehow idk lmao). He's an interesting player. Off dribble mids r really easy w him, and his standard release is a lil slow but pretty easy. He's got the post fade too (not too reliable but a pretty decent shot). He finishes pretty consistently, has a standard free throw, and even plays pretty good defense. His size ain't even that problematic, and I play him at the 3 (he's a very good catch and shoot player). He even gets an ok amount of rebounds. Only downside on this card is his lack of speed. 74 is just terrible lmao. Hope 2kmtc can start getting evo stats and badges working, and people can actually write reviews.

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    Just a side note: If you're grinding for him in the hopes of getting him from the vault (I've gotten like 3 openings in like 30 games), don't. He's definitely not worth any grind (unless you're rlly lacking a 3 (he's way too slow to play the 2)). He's good, just not "lose sleep grinding triple threat" kind of good.

    0

    Yeah it took 127 games for me to pull him. Which is ok because, I honestly didn’t really care about vault rewards other than tokens. I used him a bit and he’s not bad if you’re looking for a d and 3 player.

    0

    Mhm basically

    0

    the man traded for bill russell right here actually

    0

    Nickname: Hondo

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    -1

    Dont sleep on this man. He was a player/coach for the first season of the Spurs and led them to a positive record.