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(06-27-2011 01:29 PM)jdetter23 Wrote: I think sadly its the products. Less people buy basketball when compared to football and baseball.I can see why too, I mean outside of the few big hits like an MJ,Kobe,Lebron,Wade,Durant,Griffin, or Curry auto all the rest just arent as good. I know when I bought the 2010-2011 SP it put a sour taste in my mouth for basketball because I had 2 low name rookies as my guaranteed autos. With the other sports theres also more people to collect. On a basketball team theres only 3-4 players youd want to collect.Most basketball people only collect Jordan,Durant,Kobe or Lebron so theres not gonna be much discussion if those arent involved. I do like the football board, a lot of people want to help others with their collections. I love basketball the most but collecting wise its not as good as the others.
(06-28-2011 06:43 AM)mrhurtado17 Wrote: Mod Edit (XstreamINsanity): Don't get mad at me anyone, but actually discussing other sites on the boards is not something we're allowed to do. Especially since some of them have stolen proprietary data.
(06-28-2011 07:34 AM)mcleodfive Wrote: i collect all three sports football basketball and baseball and to me the cards and technology for football cards seems to be WAY ahead of baskestball. there are very few multi color jerseys or patches i have seen out there for basketball compared to football. i do more of busting in football than any because honestely it is the best sport to watch. for basketball it seems like everyone is looking for MJ LBJ durant wade westbrook rose and those elite guys. you dont see many people going after the lesser names like JJ Redick guys like that. another reson im thinking of getting out of basketball was because the 2010/11 draft class was TERRIBLE and i dont see much future in this upcoming year except in Clay Thompson for golden state and the guy i believe justin harper going to the magic