Delightfully Random Basketball Cards. by B. Patrick May 4, 2014, 8:00 am 825 Views. The 2014 NBA Playoffs are well underway. As basketball fandom and fever hits a frenzy, here is a look back at some of the craziest and most random basketball cards throughout the years. Tis the Season.
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For example, a card numbered 5/10 would go to 5, 23/50 would go to 3, and 10/10 would go to 0. For any redemptions, we will look up what the card is numbered out of and randomize between the associated parties. You can view the break live on our Youtube Channel (SteelCityBreakRoom). The break will also be uploaded to the channel upon completion.
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1986 Fleer Stickers #1 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Basketball Card. Estimated PSA 10 Value: $12,500. Somewhat surprisingly, it wasn’t Jordan’s sticker that was the key to this set even though his card is by far the most desired in the regular 1986 Fleer basketball card set. Instead, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s card takes the top price honors.
The holy grail of basketball cards, the Larry Bird, Magic Johnson rookie card is a must-have card for all basketball card collectors. Plagued by printing errors, off-cuts, and just for the mere fact that many kids were tearing these apart, the card is very tough to find in Mint condition.
Bryant’s card is one of 90 in the base set, while each has a further three tiers or Rows. Row 2, the base set, is known as “Style.”. The next batch of cards goes by Row 1 or “Grace.”. Row 0, the rarest cards in the base set, is called “Showcase.”.