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Panini America Offers Detailed First Look at 2017-18 Immaculate Basketball (Gallery)

August 7, 2018

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For some, it’s the irresistible RPAs. Others prefer the enticing array of memorabilia gems. For others it’s the luxurious Logomen. And still, for others, it’s the can’t-miss combination of all three facets that makes Panini America’s Immaculate Basketball franchise annually one of the most successful launches on the market. For the upcoming 2017-18 edition, that streak looks to remain intact for another year. Set to arrive in hobby shops across North America in October, 2017-18 Immaculate Basketball delivers five autograph or memorabilia cards in every six-card box (five boxes per case).

True to its potent past, 2017-18 Immaculate Basketball is steeped in some of the most unique memorabilia cards you’ll find anywhere, including game-worn jumbo patches from players’ jersey numbers, team logos and nameplates. New to Immaculate this season are game-worn jersey pieces from Brand Logos and Team Slogans. The product also includes the otherworldly Sneak Peek cards featuring entire Heel Logos, Brand Logos, Tongue Logos and shoelaces from game-worn basketball sneakers.

Additional highlights of 2017-18 Immaculate Basketball include . . .

  • The return of the iconic Rookie Patch Autographs and Patch Autographs featuring Jersey Number variations.
  • Dual, triple and quad autographs that showcase unique and classic groupings of rookies, stars and legends.
  • Dual Rookie Logoman Autographs return with pairings from the star-studded 2017-18 NBA rookie class.

We’ll have much more on 2017-18 Immaculate Basketball in the coming weeks right here on The Knight’s Lance. Until then, though, enjoy this extended sneak peek:

Shop for your favorite Panini America basketball products now at the official online store.

All information is accurate at the time of posting – content is subject to change and approval. Card images are solely for the purpose of design display. Actual images used on cards to be determined.

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