'05 J.R. Smith diamond card

'05 J.R. Smith

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6'6" (198cm)
220lbs (99kg)
P&R Wing 3 PT Handoff

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'05 J.R. Smith diamond card

94 Overall

3348 Total attr.

91 Outside scoring

  • 87 Shot close
  • 89 Shot mid
  • 96 Shot 3pt
  • 94 Shot IQ
  • 85 Free throw
  • 95 Offensive consistency

84 Inside scoring

  • 86 Driving layup
  • 40 Standing dunk
  • 95 Driving dunk
  • 85 Draw foul
  • 68 Post moves
  • 60 Post hook
  • 74 Post fade
  • 95 Hands

90 Athleticism

  • 90 Speed
  • 90 Acceleration
  • 95 Vertical
  • 62 Strength
  • 94 Stamina
  • 80 Hustle
  • 76 Overall durability

83 Playmaking

  • 86 Speed with ball
  • 86 Ball handle
  • 80 Passing accuracy
  • 82 Passing vision
  • 88 Passing IQ

84 Defending

  • 65 Interior defense
  • 88 Perimeter defense
  • 85 Help defense IQ
  • 75 Pick & roll defense IQ
  • 91 Lateral quickness
  • 92 Pass perception
  • 74 Reaction time
  • 89 Steal
  • 62 Block
  • 74 Shot contest
  • 85 Defensive consistency

67 Rebounding

  • 62 Offensive rebound
  • 69 Defensive rebound


Contact Finisher

Improves the ability to convert contact layups and dunks in traffi

Fastbreak Finisher

Boosts player's Takeover meter when completing a dunk on a fastbreak

Relentless Finisher

Reduces the fatigue effects from continually finishing at the rim with contact


Boosts team's Takeover meters after completing a highlight play


Boosts the ability to hit high degree of difficulty layups

Fancy Footwork

Improves a player's ability to beat defenders with an advanced layup or dunk gather

Lob City Finisher

Improves the chances of completing a successfull alley-oop dunk/layup


Flexible Release

Reduces the penalty suffered from mis-timed jump shot releases

Range Extender

Extends the range from which a player can effectively shoot

Tireless Shooter

Improves a player's ability to make shots when fatigued

Volume Shooter

Boosts shot percentages as shot attempts accrue throughout the game

Catch & Shoot

Boosts the chance of hitting a jump shot immediately after a catch

Corner Specialist

Gives a boost to shots taken near the corner

Difficult Shots

Improves the ability to shoot difficult shots off the dribble

Hot Start

Improves player's shooting ability after making first shot until a miss occurs


Ankle Breaker

Improves the likelihood of freezing or dropping a defender during dribble moves


Increases overall speed with the ball in transition

Flashy Passer

Gives an additional boost to player's Takeover meter after completing an assist with a flashy pass

Pass Fake Maestro

Increases the effectiveness of pass fakes

Quick First Step

Provides more explosive first steps out of tripple threat and size-ups

Tight Handles

Improves a player's ability to break down their defender


Reduces the chances of getting stripped by the defender

Break Starter

Improves a player's ability to make effective outlet passes after grabbing a rebound



Boosts the ability to stay in front of the ball handler on the perimeter


Increases chances at getting steals in passing lanes

Lightning Reflexes

Receives an earlier cue on the Read and React system while playing defense

Off-Ball Pest

Improves a player's ability to bump and harass the offense off the ball

Tireless Defender

Reduces energy lost when exerting efforts on defense


Makes life difficult for the offensive players when trapped

Chase Down Artist

Raises the chances of getting a chase-down block

Pick Dodger

Improves a player's ability to navigate through screens effectively on defense


Extremely Confident

Believes in own abilities and values personal success


Not one to hide emotion during big moments


  • 30 Standing dunk
  • 95 Driving dunk
  • 95 Flashy dunk
  • 75 Alley-oop
  • 15 Putback dunk
  • 40 Crash


  • 55 Driving layup
  • 55 Spin layup
  • 75 Hop step layup
  • 75 Euro step layup
  • 70 Floater

Jump shooting

  • 83 Step through shot
  • 13 Shot under basket
  • 10 Shot close
  • 7 Shot close left
  • 73 Shot close middle
  • 20 Shot close right
  • 65 Shot mid
  • 68 Spot up shot mid
  • 41 Off screen shot mid
  • 90 Shot 3pt
  • 80 Spot up shot 3pt
  • 85 Off screen shot 3pt
  • 50 Contested jumper mid
  • 95 Contested jumper 3pt
  • 53 Stepback jumper mid
  • 70 Stepback jumper 3pt
  • 25 Spin jumper
  • 25 Transition pull up 3pt
  • 25 Drive pull up 3pt
  • 20 Drive pull up mid
  • 20 Use glass

Drive setup

  • 5 Triple threat pump fake
  • 25 Triple threat jab step
  • 50 Triple threat idle
  • 50 Triple threat shoot
  • 50 Setup with sizeup
  • 30 Setup with hesitation
  • 20 No setup dribble


  • 65 Drive
  • 65 Spot up drive
  • 65 Off screen drive
  • 50 Drive right
  • 45 Driving crossover
  • 15 Driving spin
  • 30 Driving step back
  • 15 Driving half spin
  • 10 Driving double crossover
  • 5 Driving behind the back
  • 35 Driving dribble hesitation
  • 20 Driving in and out
  • 90 No driving dribble move
  • 65 Attack strong on drive


  • 78 Shoot
  • 68 Touches
  • 15 Roll vs. pop
  • 55 Transition spot up
  • 3 Iso vs. elite defender
  • 32 Iso vs. good defender
  • 48 Iso vs. average defender
  • 96 Iso vs. poor defender
  • 5 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
  • 0 Post hook right
  • 0 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


  • 61 Dish to open man
  • 40 Flashy pass
  • 35 Alley oop pass


  • 76 Pass interception
  • 60 Take charge
  • 68 On-ball steal
  • 45 Contest shot
  • 41 Block shot
  • 15 Foul
  • 35 Hard foul

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    this card is literally his PD lads you will not feel a difference. HOF Range Flexible Gold QFS Clamps Pro 3 btb amazing release if he drops to like 50k probably worth it. dunno if I should sell Rudy for him though.




    my exact thoughts



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    what’s that




    I keep hearing it and I don’t know


    it's from a prank channel on tiktok that you're required to have below 80iq or be under 6 years old in order to find it funny. He basically pulls his mask down and yells that made up word in people's faces. It's basically humor for people without a sense of humor.


    Wait he was drafted out of high school? No wonder his basketball IQ is so low. The only player talented enough to get a pass for not going to college is LeGOAT.


    argeed, KG was too stupid for the NBA


    Huge F to everyone who locked in for the PD


    diamond j.r. or rudy?




    Why does he look high in every picture he is taken in? I get he smokes weed, but not during the games, or does he? DUN DUN DUN!!!


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    woj ur drunk get off the site



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    lololol his autistic cousin got ahold of his account

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    or hes drunk




    Earl Joseph "J. R." Smith III[1] (born September 9, 1985) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played high school basketball at New Jersey basketball powerhouse Saint Benedict's Preparatory School in Newark. He entered the NBA out of high school after being selected in the first round of the 2004 NBA draft with the 18th overall pick by the New Orleans Hornets. He has also played for the Denver Nuggets and New York Knicks, as well as for the Zhejiang Golden Bulls of the Chinese Basketball Association. Smith has won two NBA Championships, with the Cavaliers in 2016 and with the Lakers in 2020.

    1 Early life
    2 Professional career
    2.1 New Orleans Hornets (2004–2006)
    2.2 Denver Nuggets (2006–2011)
    2.3 Zhejiang Golden Bulls (2011–2012)
    2.4 New York Knicks (2012–2015)
    2.5 Cleveland Cavaliers (2015–2019)
    2.6 Los Angeles Lakers (2020)
    3 Career statistics
    3.1 NBA
    3.1.1 Regular season
    3.1.2 Playoffs
    3.2 CBA
    4 Personal life
    4.1 Family
    4.2 Controversies
    5 See also
    6 Notes
    7 References
    8 External links
    Early life
    Born in Freehold Borough, New Jersey,[2] Smith grew up in the Clarksburg section of Millstone Township, New Jersey.[3] He spent five years in high school.[4] A freshman in 1999–2000, Smith went to Steinert High for the first semester and then McCorristin Catholic High for the next, both in New Jersey. Having not competed in sports for either school, he was permitted to transfer to Lakewood High and repeat his freshman year. He played two seasons of basketball for Lakewood before transferring to Saint Benedict's Preparatory School in 2002.[4] Smith was highly rated in football[4] and also played baseball.[5] He focused strictly on basketball as a senior.[4] He committed to play college basketball at North Carolina after a lengthy recruiting battle. However, after winning co-MVP alongside Dwight Howard at the 2004 McDonald's All-American Game,[4][6] Smith decided to forgo college and declared for the 2004 NBA draft.[4]

    Professional career
    New Orleans Hornets (2004–2006)
    Smith was selected by the New Orleans Hornets with the 18th overall pick in the 2004 NBA draft. As a rookie, Smith was named Western Conference Rookie of the Month three times (January, February, March) and participated in the 2005 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, finishing third.[5] After averaging 10.3 points in 76 games (56 starts) as a rookie, he averaged 7.7 points in 55 games (25 starts) in 2005–06.[5] Smith fell out of favor with Hornets coach Byron Scott due to a poor work ethic. He began the 2005–06 season as the starting shooting guard and ended it out of the rotation.[7]

    Denver Nuggets (2006–2011)
    On July 14, 2006, Smith was traded, alongside P. J. Brown, to the Chicago Bulls in exchange for Tyson Chandler.[7] Six days later, he was traded again, this time to the Denver Nuggets in exchange for Howard Eisley and two second-round draft choices.[8] During his first season in Denver, Smith served a 10-game NBA suspension from December 18 to January 8 following his involvement in the Knicks/Nuggets melee at New York's Madison Square Garden on December 16.[5][9] He later missed eight games between February 23 and March 11 while recovering from arthroscopic left knee surgery.[5] After struggling in the first four games of the Nuggets' first-round playoff series against the San Antonio Spurs, including going 0-for-12 from 3-point range, Smith was benched for Game 5 of the series.[10] Nuggets coach George Karl reportedly had had enough of Smith's mistakes throughout the series, compounded by Smith's 3-pointer with 25.7 seconds left in Game 4 with Denver trailing 93–89.[10]

    Smith with the Nuggets in January 2011
    During the 2007–08 season, Smith established career highs for field goal percentage (.461) and 3-point percentage (.403).[5] During the 2008–09 season, he averaged 15.2 points over 81 games (18 starts), finishing second in voting for the NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award behind Jason Terry.[5] In February 2009, he participated in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest,[11] finishing third.[5] On April 13, 2009, Smith had a career-high 45 points and franchise-best 11 3-pointers to help the Nuggets clinch the Northwest Division title and home-court edge in the playoffs for the first time in 21 years with a 118–98 win over the Sacramento Kings.[12]

    On December 23, 2009, Smith scored a season-high 41 points against the Atlanta Hawks, becoming first NBA player ever to record multiple games of 10+ 3-pointers.[5] He finished the 2009–10 season averaging a then career-high 15.4 points per game.[13] In 2010–11, he averaged 12.3 points and 2.2 assists as the Nuggets' sixth man.[14] Smith's tenure with the Nuggets ended in September 2011 due to the NBA lockout. A fan favorite in Denver for his 3-point shooting and electric dunks, Smith often drew the ire of coach George Karl for his befuddling shot selection.[14]

    Zhejiang Golden Bulls (2011–2012)
    In September 2011, due to the NBA lockout, Smith signed a one-year deal with the Zhejiang Golden Bulls of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA).[14] In accordance with CBA rules, Smith's contract with the Golden Bulls did not include an opt-out clause that would allow him to return to the NBA following the conclusion of the lockout.[15] His deal was estimated to be worth around $3 million, the highest in league history.[15] In 32 games for Zhejiang, he averaged 34.4 points, 7.4 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.5 steals per game. On February 1, 2012, he scored a season-high 60 points with 14 3-pointers in a 122–110 win over the Qingdao Eagles.[16] He had four 50+ point games during the season.[17]

    New York Knicks (2012–2015)

    Smith with the Knicks in November 2013
    On February 17, 2012, Smith signed with the New York Knicks.[18] He appeared in 35 games for the Knicks to finish the regular season, before appearing in all five of the Knicks' postseason games.[19]

    On July 11, 2012, Smith re-signed with the Knicks.[19] In 2012–13, he averaged a career-high 18.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists over 33.5 minutes in 80 games off the bench. He earned Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors for the period ending March 31, after posting three consecutive 30-point efforts off the bench, becoming the first NBA player to accomplish the feat in over 23 years. He was subsequently named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year, becoming just the third player in franchise history to win the award, joining Anthony Mason and John Starks.[20][21]

    On July 11, 2013, Smith re-signed with the Knicks.[20] He missed the first five games of the 2013–14 season for violating the NBA's anti-drug policy.[22] On March 26, he hit nine 3-pointers against the Sacramento Kings, tying the Knicks' franchise record.[5] On April 4, he scored a season-high 32 points with eight 3-pointers in a 90–89 loss to the Washington Wizards.[23][24] Two days later, in a 102–91 loss to the Miami Heat, Smith broke an NBA record of 21 three-pointers taken in a single game, a mark set in 2005 by Damon Stoudamire. Smith hit 10 of 22 3-point shots against the Heat, setting a franchise record for 3-pointers made and finishing with 32 points for the second straight game.[25][26]

    Cleveland Cavaliers (2015–2019)

    Smith with the Cavaliers in January 2015
    On January 5, 2015, Smith was acquired by the Cleveland Cavaliers in a three-team trade that involved the Knicks and the Oklahoma City Thunder.[27] On April 27, 2015, Smith was suspended for the first two games of the Eastern Conference semifinals after he swung his arm and made contact with the head of Celtics forward Jae Crowder in Game 4 of their first-round series against Boston.[28] In Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Atlanta Hawks, Smith made eight 3-pointers and scored 28 points in a 97–89 victory.[29] He helped the Cavaliers sweep the Hawks to reach the NBA Finals, where they lost to the Golden State Warriors in six games. During Cleveland's NBA Finals run in the 2015 playoffs, Smith appeared in 18 games (four starts), averaging 12.8 points and 4.7 rebounds in 31.1 minutes per game.[30]

    Smith during pre-game warmup in 2018
    Smith struggled over the first 10 games of the 2017–18 season.[40] He got it going on November 7, scoring a season-high 20 points on 5-of-7 3-pointers in a 124–119 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, passing Rashard Lewis (1,787) for 14th place on the NBA's career 3-pointers made list.[40] On December 14, in a 121–112 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, Smith passed Chauncey Billups (1,830) for 11th place on the NBA's career 3-pointers made list.[41] On March 2, 2018, Smith was suspended by the Cavaliers for one game for throwing a bowl of soup at an assistant coach.[42] During Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Warriors, Smith got a free-throw rebound with 4.7 seconds left in regulation time.[43] The game was tied, meaning that a field goal would have won the game. Smith, apparently confused and thinking the Cavaliers were winning, attempted to dribble out the clock before realizing his error and passing to George Hill with 1.2 seconds left. The Cavaliers lost 124–114 in overtime. In a post-game interview, Smith initially claimed to have known it was a tie game.[44] He later backtracked, saying: "After thinking about it a lot... I can't say I was sure of anything at that point."[45] The Cavaliers went on to lose the series in a four-game sweep.[46]


    Mf wrote a whole ass book report A+


    Its wikapidia

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    Ik that im not some dumbass off the streets