Arron Afflalo amethyst card

Arron Afflalo

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6'5" (195cm)
210lbs (95kg)
P&R Wing 3 PT Handoff

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Arron Afflalo amethyst card

91 Overall

3216 Total attr.

90 Outside scoring

  • 84 Shot close
  • 92 Shot mid
  • 92 Shot 3pt
  • 50 Shot IQ
  • 88 Free throw
  • 90 Offensive consistency

80 Inside scoring

  • 89 Driving layup
  • 60 Standing dunk
  • 85 Driving dunk
  • 88 Draw foul
  • 62 Post moves
  • 57 Post hook
  • 59 Post fade
  • 85 Hands

89 Athleticism

  • 89 Speed
  • 89 Acceleration
  • 84 Vertical
  • 74 Strength
  • 95 Stamina
  • 90 Hustle
  • 85 Overall durability

81 Playmaking

  • 87 Speed with ball
  • 86 Ball handle
  • 80 Passing accuracy
  • 75 Passing vision
  • 80 Passing IQ

85 Defending

  • 48 Interior defense
  • 92 Perimeter defense
  • 90 Help defense IQ
  • 76 Pick & roll defense IQ
  • 93 Lateral quickness
  • 84 Pass perception
  • 72 Reaction time
  • 92 Steal
  • 74 Block
  • 72 Shot contest
  • 90 Defensive consistency

64 Rebounding

  • 54 Offensive rebound
  • 68 Defensive rebound



Boosts the ability to hit high degree of difficulty layups

Consistent Finisher

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

Contact Finisher

Improves the ability to convert contact layups and dunks in traffi

Cross-Key Scorer

Boosts the shot percentage for layups when moving across the paint

Fancy Footwork

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

Fastbreak Finisher

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

Giant Slayer

Heightens the effectiveness of layups over taller defenders

Pro Touch

Gives an additional boost for having good layup timing

Relentless Finisher

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

Slithery Finisher

Improves a player's ability to avoid contact when attacking the rim

Tear Dropper

Increases the chance of hitting floaters and runners


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

Clutch Shooter

Increases the ability to knock down shots in clutch moments


Reduces the impact of a defender who is closing out

Difficult Shots

Improves the ability to shoot difficult shots off the dribble

Flexible Release

Reduces the penalty suffered from mis-timed jump shot releases

Green Machine

Increases the bonus given for consecutive excellent releases

Hot Start

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

Hot Zone Hunter

Boosts the shot percentage for attempts taken in a player's favorite spots

Range Extender

Extends the range from which a player can effectively shoot

Slippery Off-Ball

Strengthens the player's ability to get the open off the ball

Tireless Shooter

Improves a player's ability to make shots when fatigued

Volume Shooter

Boosts shot percentages as shot attempts accrue throughout the game


Ankle Breaker

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

Bail Out

Increases the chances of successfully completing a pass from mid-air

Break Starter

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


Boosts the shot percentage for open teammates on jump shots after catching a pass

Lob City Passer

Improves the chances of completing a successful alley-oop pass

Needle Threader

Increases the likelihood that tough passes can get by the defense

Pass Fake Maestro

Increases the effectiveness of pass fakes

Quick First Step

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

Space Creator

Improves a player's ability to create space from defender


Reduces the chances of getting stripped by the defender



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

Off-Ball Pest

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

Heart Crusher

Decreases opponents' Takeover meters when achieving a highlight play on defense


Increases chances at getting steals in passing lanes


Intimidates offensive players causing them to miss shots more often

Lightning Reflexes

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

Pick Pocket

Improves a player's ability to steal the ball from a ball handler

Pogo Stick

Improves the ability to attempt multiple blocks in succession

Post Move Lockdown

Improves the defender's ability to defend post moves

Rebound Chaser

Improves a player's ability to chase down rebounds

Tireless Defender

Reduces energy lost when exerting efforts on defense


Makes life difficult for the offensive players when trapped


Laid Back

Chill player who is not easily riled


  • 0 Standing dunk
  • 95 Driving dunk
  • 85 Flashy dunk
  • 25 Alley-oop
  • 10 Putback dunk
  • 20 Crash


  • 40 Driving layup
  • 0 Spin layup
  • 0 Hop step layup
  • 0 Euro step layup
  • 5 Floater

Jump shooting

  • 0 Step through shot
  • 27 Shot under basket
  • 50 Shot close
  • 11 Shot close left
  • 61 Shot close middle
  • 28 Shot close right
  • 40 Shot mid
  • 50 Spot up shot mid
  • 40 Off screen shot mid
  • 35 Shot 3pt
  • 75 Spot up shot 3pt
  • 30 Off screen shot 3pt
  • 36 Contested jumper mid
  • 60 Contested jumper 3pt
  • 0 Stepback jumper mid
  • 0 Stepback jumper 3pt
  • 30 Spin jumper
  • 0 Transition pull up 3pt
  • 0 Drive pull up 3pt
  • 0 Drive pull up mid
  • 20 Use glass

Drive setup

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


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


  • 40 Shoot
  • 50 Touches
  • 0 Roll vs. pop
  • 0 Transition spot up
  • 0 Iso vs. elite defender
  • 0 Iso vs. good defender
  • 10 Iso vs. average defender
  • 20 Iso vs. poor defender
  • 65 Play discipline

Post game

  • 8 Post up
  • 0 Post shimmy shot
  • 0 Post face up
  • 10 Post back down
  • 0 Post aggressive backdown
  • 55 Shoot from post
  • 0 Post hook left
  • 3 Post hook right
  • 38 Post fade left
  • 63 Post fade right
  • 10 Post up and under
  • 0 Post hop shot
  • 0 Post step back shot
  • 30 Post drive
  • 0 Post spin
  • 0 Post drop step
  • 0 Post hop step


  • 35 Dish to open man
  • 35 Flashy pass
  • 15 Alley oop pass


  • 85 Pass interception
  • 76 Take charge
  • 90 On-ball steal
  • 85 Contest shot
  • 50 Block shot
  • 5 Foul
  • 5 Hard foul

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    Damn bro just seeing all these regular ass people paying for myteam cards really makes me want to pay for one. I got some money to spend. This dudes probably a UPS worker or some shit irl, seems like a chill dude.


    you just got an opal lebron


    His face is like when she farted at yo crib after she ate chipotle


    the first time i saw him was in a fight with nemanja bjelica


    Kendrick Lamar use to be jealous of this dude


    Shit you're fast with that one


    Myteam is life


    Arron Agustin Afflalo (born October 15, 1985) is an American former professional basketball player who last played for the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for UCLA. As a junior, he was named a consensus All-American and was voted the player of the year in the Pac-12 Conference. After forgoing his senior year in college, Afflalo was selected in the first round of the 2007 NBA draft by the Detroit Pistons with the 27th overall pick.

    1 Early life
    2 College career
    2.1 NCAA tournament
    3 Professional career
    3.1 Detroit Pistons (2007–2009)
    3.2 Denver Nuggets (2009–2012)
    3.3 Orlando Magic (2012–2014)
    3.4 Second stint with the Nuggets (2014–2015)
    3.5 Portland Trail Blazers (2015)
    3.6 New York Knicks (2015–2016)
    3.7 Sacramento Kings (2016–2017)
    3.8 Return to Orlando (2017–2018)
    4 Career statistics
    4.1 NBA
    4.1.1 Regular season
    4.1.2 Playoffs
    4.2 College
    5 Personal life
    6 Notes
    7 References
    8 External links
    Early life
    Afflalo was born at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, only a few minutes' walk from Pauley Pavilion, where the UCLA Bruins play their home games. His parents are Benjamin Afflalo and Gwendolyn Washington. He also has a younger sister named Paris.[1]

    As a senior in the 2003–04 season, Afflalo helped lead Centennial High School to a California Division III title.

    Considered a five-star recruit by, Afflalo was listed as the No. 6 shooting guard and the No. 26 player in the nation in 2004.[2]

    College career
    As a collegiate player for UCLA, Afflalo's defensive dominance throughout the 2006–07 season (one example being holding Cal's Ayinde Ubaka to zero points in one of the two teams' matchups), and his 17.4 points per game, led to him being voted the Pac-10 Player of the Year by the other coaches in the conference.[3] He also set the then-school record for most three-point field goals made (87) in a season.[a] Commenting on the award, Afflalo said, "It is good that contributions on both ends of the floor are recognized ... If you truly have a love and passion for the game, then you should work at every aspect of it, not just the part that gives you [attention], that being scoring."[3]

    NCAA tournament
    In a 2006 NCAA tournament game against Alabama, Afflalo hit the game-winning three-point shot[5] and also defended Alabama point guard Ronald Steele on his errant three-point attempt which would have given Alabama the lead.[citation needed]

    In the Bruins' 2006 Sweet Sixteen comeback victory over Gonzaga, Afflalo and teammate Ryan Hollins, in what was later widely hailed as a classy move, helped the distraught Gonzaga star Adam Morrison off the court after the final buzzer sounded.[6][7] Against Memphis in the Elite Eight, Afflalo was noted by many to be largely responsible for stopping Rodney Carney and helping UCLA advance to the Final Four.[8]

    In the 2007 NCAA Tournament, he was named the West Regional's Most Outstanding Player after scoring 24 points and making several big plays in a 68–55 victory over the Kansas Jayhawks.[9] However, his quick foul trouble against the Florida Gators cost his team the ability to successfully compete and the Bruins ended up bowing out of the tournament.[10]

    Professional career
    Detroit Pistons (2007–2009)
    On June 28, 2007, Afflalo was drafted with the 27th overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft by the Detroit Pistons and later signed July 6.[11] In a surprising turn of events, Afflalo made his first career NBA start on November 1, 2007, the opening night of his rookie season, when Richard Hamilton missed the first two games to attend the birth of his son. Afflalo started the team's first and second games during his rookie campaign[12] that culminated with a loss to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals of the 2008 NBA Playoffs.[13]

    On February 14, 2009, Afflalo helped Team Detroit to its second victory in three years at the Shooting Stars Competition during the 2009 NBA All-Star Weekend in Phoenix, Arizona. Afflalo teamed with Detroit Shock head coach and former NBA legend Bill Laimbeer, and Shock guard Katie Smith to get the win against Team Phoenix in the final.[14]

    Denver Nuggets (2009–2012)

    Afflalo with the Nuggets in 2011
    On July 13, 2009, he was traded along with Walter Sharpe to the Denver Nuggets in exchange for a second round pick in the 2011 NBA draft and cash.[15] The draft pick became the 52nd overall pick and was used by the Pistons to draft Vernon Macklin.[16]

    On February 10, 2011, Afflalo made a 20-foot jump shot at the buzzer over Shawn Marion as Denver beat Dallas 121–120. The Nuggets trailed by as many as 13 in the 4th quarter and were down 119–110 with under 2 minutes to play before pulling off a miraculous upset victory. Afflalo had 19 points in the fourth quarter alone to almost single-handedly power Denver to the win.[17]

    Orlando Magic (2012–2014)
    On August 10, 2012, he was traded to the Orlando Magic in a four-team deal which sent Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers, Andrew Bynum to the Philadelphia 76ers, and Andre Iguodala to the Nuggets.[18]

    On December 3, 2013, he recorded a career-high 43 points and minutes with 52, in a double-overtime loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.[19] His previous career-high in points came just less than a month earlier with 36 points against the Milwaukee Bucks on November 13,[20] where he also made a career-high 8 three-point shots.[21]

    Second stint with the Nuggets (2014–2015)
    On June 26, 2014, Afflalo was traded back to the Denver Nuggets in exchange for Evan Fournier and the draft rights to Devyn Marble.[22][23] Afflalo, arguably Orlando's best player in 2013–14, was dealt to avoid concerns that he would opt out of his contract following the 2014–15 season and assured the Magic value in return. The transaction also cleared $6 million in cap space for the team.[24]

    On October 29, 2014, Afflalo made his return for the Nuggets, recording 15 points and four rebounds in the season opening 89-79 win over the Detroit Pistons.[25]

    Portland Trail Blazers (2015)
    On February 19, 2015, Afflalo was traded, along with Alonzo Gee, to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for Will Barton, Víctor Claver, Thomas Robinson, and a lottery-protected 2016 first-round pick.[26]

    New York Knicks (2015–2016)
    On July 9, 2015, Afflalo signed with the New York Knicks. The move reunited him with his former Denver Nuggets teammate Carmelo Anthony.[27] Afflalo missed the first eight games of the regular season with hamstring issues, making his debut for the Knicks on November 11 against the Charlotte Hornets. In 28 minutes as a starter, he recorded 12 points and 6 rebounds in a 95–93 loss.[28] Over his first nine games for the Knicks, Afflalo averaged just 11.2 points per game. He went on to score a season-high 31 points in an overtime loss to the Houston Rockets on November 29.[29] He topped that mark with 38 points against the Atlanta Hawks on January 3, hitting 14-of-17 from the field and 7-of-8 from three-point range.[30]

    Sacramento Kings (2016–2017)
    On July 9, 2016, Afflalo signed with the Sacramento Kings.[31] On June 23, 2017, he was waived by the Kings.[32]

    Return to Orlando (2017–2018)
    On July 27, 2017, Afflalo signed with the Orlando Magic, returning to the franchise for a second stint.[33] On January 16, 2018, Afflalo was involved in an on-court fight with the Timberwolves' Nemanja Bjelica; he took a swing on Bjelica but Bjelica evaded it and put Afflalo in a headlock to calm him down.[34] Afflalo later received a two-game suspension for his actions.[34] Afflalo finished the season with career-lows of 3.4 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.6 assists over 53 games.


    Don’t think this is comprehensive enough


    Sorry, 2kmtc wouldn’t let me say everything I had to say


    this card woulda been a budget GOD if they gave him a better release, still fantastic for 1.5k MT you can't take away HOF Clamps Gold Range and Gold QFS.


    Godly Budget baller


    Was Disney already on their jersey when he used to play for Orlando?


    i looked him up and his last season was 2018 so i think so






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