Leaf readies Brittney Griner cards, autographs

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By Chris Olds | Beckett Basketball Editor

Basketball fans waiting for the WNBA’s No. 1 draft pick won’t have to wait long.

Leaf Trading Cards has signed an agreement with former Baylor star and future Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner to produce her first basketball cards and certified autographs.

Rather than wait for the company’s next draft picks product, the cards will be sold direct to the public via the Leaf eBay account. Click here for the link.

The auctions will launch next week, while the new WNBA season arrives on Wednesday.

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Basketball magazine. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an email to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

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8 comments

    • Susan Lulgjuraj 20 May, 2013 at 21:45

      I care. I wanted to see a card of Griner out there. Picked up her SI for Kids card a while back.

  1. James 21 May, 2013 at 08:46

    Nice eBay affiliate link. Hopefully this blog isn’t turning into every other card blog with spammy eBay affiliate links in every story.

  2. Card Opionator 21 May, 2013 at 11:01

    Haters be hate’n. No reason for it. Don’t like, don’t buy it. Each his or her own!

  3. Chino 21 May, 2013 at 12:07

    why is it when arguably the best women’s basketball player of all time admitted she was gay the media paid little attention to it but when jason collins, a last option bench warmer comes out it’s all over the news and everyone is praising the guy

  4. chrisolds 21 May, 2013 at 15:26

    James: Nope, not writing stories to revolved around links and i think that’s pretty obvious.

    Chino: In this case, this story, it doesn’t matter, and she’s not the first lesbian in the league. While some may have seen that as a selling point, I don’t think it matters. Collins was the first gay player in the NBA — or for any of the major sports. That’s a bit different.

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