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1989-90 ProCards CBA

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The 1989-90 ProCards CBA basketball set contains 207 standard-size cards. The cards were distributed in individual sealed team bags. Reportedly 2,000 sets were produced and distributed. The individual team sets reportedly originally retailed for approximately 3.00 each. The fronts feature posed or action color player photos on a light tan background. Overlaying the upper left corner of the picture is a white circle (representing a basketball), with th… [Read More]

The 1989-90 ProCards CBA basketball set contains 207 standard-size cards. The cards were distributed in individual sealed team bags. Reportedly 2,000 sets were produced and distributed. The individual team sets reportedly originally retailed for approximately 3.00 each. The fronts feature posed or action color player photos on a light tan background. Overlaying the upper left corner of the picture is a white circle (representing a basketball), with the CBA logo on it. Just below the circle a basketball rim and net are drawn. The player's name, position, and team are given in black lettering in the lower right corner of the card face. On a gray background with black borders and lettering the horizontally oriented backs present biographical and statistical information. The team logo appears in the cut-out section at the upper right corner. The cards are numbered on the back and arranged according to teams as follows: Sioux Falls SkyForce (1-13), Wichita Falls Texans (14-25), Rapid City Thrillers (26-37), Quad City Thunder (38-50), Pensacola Tornados (51-60), Omaha Racers (61-74, 206-7), Columbus Horizon (75-86), Rockford Lightning (87-100), Albany Patroons (101-114), Santa Barbara Islanders (115-127), Grand Rapids Hoops (128-140), Tulsa Fast Breakers (141-153), LaCrosse Catbirds (154-165), Topeka Sizzlers (166-178), Cedar Rapids Silver Bullets (179-192), and San Jose Jammers (193-205). The set features the first professional cards of Chris Childs, Mario Elie and John Starks. [Collapse]

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