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Must-See Monday: Panini America Delivers a Peek Inside 2015-16 Flawless Basketball

October 3, 2016


Flawless Basketball release week is upon us, which makes Wednesday something of an international collecting holiday. Certainly the social media universe, group-breaking sites and local hobby shops will join in on the festivities once 2015-16 Flawless Basketball starts getting broken in two short days. This year’s release, like all of those that have come before, promises some of the most breathtaking single cards produced during this or any other season.

From the sublime signature content to the majestic memorabilia cards to the precious gems, the Flawless Basketball experience is virtually unparalleled in the collecting industry. Autographed Logomen. Base Logomen. Rookie Cards with new-car price tags. Diamonds. Rubies. Sapphires. Gold discs. The first Patrick Ewing autographs in Panini America history (and the first licensed Ewing autographs since the 2003-04 season). Indeed, 2015-16 Flawless Basketball represents the highest of the high end.

We previewed some of the memorabilia masterpieces in this year’s release last week right here on The Knight’s Lance. Today, we’re exploring the hard-signed autographs and autographed memorabilia cards. Enjoy this scintillating sneak peek and stay tuned for continued coverage of 2015-16 Flawless Basketball, including an examination of the unique Flip Saunders memorabilia tribute.

But for now, feast your eyes on these . . .

2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 4, 2016 6:08 am

    What an insane gallery! These are some of the finest, high end cards we’ve ever seen produced for the NBA. Thanks Tracy!

  2. Thomas Capps permalink
    October 4, 2016 8:31 pm

    Finally some Ewing Auto’s !!!!!!!!!!This will be great!!!!

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