Anthony Edwards opal card
99 Overall
  • 96 INS
  • 95 OUT
  • 89 PLY
  • 97 ATH
  • 94 DEF
  • 84 REB

Top 3 Release

Written by Minotaur5422

Short paragraph summarizing the review and how you used the player

Bought for: Around 160kish

Strengths:

  • Inside scoring: Monster Dunker, catches more bodies than Abella Danger and flashier than Ric Flair. Has some crafty layups as well to barely avoid contact.

  • Dribbling: Has like the slowest crossover to ever exist but besides that his behind the back and spin is nasty and creates so much space with speed that feels higher than a 99 (because of coaches and whatever tf)

  • Defending (for his size): Fast asf and if your trying to rim run Anthony will cut you off before your second step. I haven't gotten many steals, but for some reason I've gotten plenty of blocks but I suppose that's because he's a D Wade clone.

Release/Shooting: NUT. I saved the best for last, with Base 98 and Trey Burke together they created a wet dream for any tryhard iso player (including myself) I mean the speed of 98 and green window of Trey oml. As you can tell I could go on forever but Edwards has some serious range on him especially when the sharpshooting takeover is activated.

Weaknesses:

  • Height: We've reached the stage where if you're not a 7 ft pg then you're screwed, even though Anthony is only 6'5 he's still walking bucket and players like these are still effective

Recommended Strategy: Just give him the ball

Other Comments: If your a budget player using diamond Wade just stick to that because this is a glorified version of that card even though it's still goated it's like 120x more expensive

Use if: You want a guard that has an amazing release and athleticism that could allow him to jump 20 feet or sum idk

Don't use if: Your a little scared to run a 6'5 pg but honestly as long as it's not Jokic or maybe Isaac it should be fine

Bottom Line: Great playmaking, shot-creating, slashing, a$$ blaster


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