Posted on March 5, 2012 – 12:36 pm | Author: chrisolds
Basketball | Alonzo Mourning, Chris Paul, Evolution video cards, featured, Michael Jordan, Upper Deck, Video Cards | Comments (10)
Upper Deck’s recently released World of Sports product includes a new batch of Evolution video cards — trading cards with actual video components embedded inside that can play highlights from the player — an innovation that sparked a mixed reaction from collectors last year and a war of words between two companies over who was first in the hobby with the idea.
Posted on February 7, 2012 – 4:39 pm | Author: chrisolds
Basketball | 2011 Preferred, Artis Gilmore, Chris Paul, Clyde Drexler, Dan Issel, Derrick Rose, Grant Hill, James Worthy, Kevin Durant, Kevin Love, NBA, Panini America, Toni Kukoc, Wesley Johnson | Comments (7)
Panini America’s first NBA product of the 2011-12 card season is nearing completion — and one of the most important stages for one card type to be found has been completed.
Posted on January 17, 2012 – 5:16 pm | Author: chrisolds
Basketball | 2011-12 NBA Hoops, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Dirk Nowitzki, featured, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, NBA, Panini America | Comments (23)
It’s been a long wait for this one, but Panini America has finally released the first official glimpses at the return of a hobby staple to the hardwood this year in 2011-12 NBA Hoops.
Posted on December 23, 2011 – 1:00 pm | Author: chrisolds
Basketball | 2011 Preferred, basketball cards, Chris Paul, featured, John Wall, Kobe Bryant, NBA, Panini America | Comments (10)
Panini America’s offered the first looks and basic product information for its first NBA product of the 2011-12 card season Friday, and it’s a high-end return to the court made up of three past favorites.
Posted on December 23, 2011 – 12:16 pm | Author: Susan Lulgjuraj
Basketball | Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, David Stern, DeAndre Jordon, featured, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, NBA | Comments (0)
With Clippers’ Blake Griffin essentially on the highlight reel every night last season, fans had something to cheer about, but the addition of Chris Paul has elevated excitement to another level. Clippers now have two stars on a team that has only had six winnings seasons since the franchise began as the Buffalo Braves back in 1970.