Cuts Above: Panini America Sneaks a Peek at Eminence Basketball Cut Autos (Gallery)

The anticipation surrounding Panini America's upcoming Eminence Basketball grows more intense with every new preview. A buzz-building process that began a few weeks ago with the world-premiere trailer continued to grow last week with the first extended look at some of the cards for the product.

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The anticipation surrounding Panini America’s upcoming Eminence Basketball grows more intense with every new preview. A buzz-building process that began a few weeks ago with the world-premiere trailer continued to grow last week with the first extended look at some of the cards for the product.

Today, we’re turning the heat up just a little bit more with a stirring examination of the jaw-dropping cut autographs coming to the product that’s packing out this week. From Abraham Lincoln to JFK and Babe Ruth to Wilt Chamberlain, the Eminence Basketball cut-autograph checklist ranks as the greatest ever assembled for an NBA trading card product.

But don’t simply take our word for it. Explore the gallery below and judge for yourself after seeing just some of the cut-autograph highlights. Enjoy the reveal and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage of Eminence Basketball.

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16 Replies to “Cuts Above: Panini America Sneaks a Peek at Eminence Basketball Cut Autos (Gallery)”

  1. Freaking amazing!!! I wish I could buy a box for Christmas but my 2 teenage daughters Christmas list will cost me to much money as it is! This cut signature checklist looks like the best ever! Keep up the great work u guys & girls at Panini.

  2. I don’t care about Napoleon or JFK or many of these guys, but i am definitely want that Pete Maravich card. Well that is just a dream, it is way way over my budget.

  3. Just about every significant autograph from world history. Not exactly cheap thrills, but sure to provide thrills for autograph collectors everywhere. National Treasures, Flawless, and now Eminence, Panini America has raised the sports collectible bar once again.

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