Immaculate Collection Basketball is as Pristine as Ever

February 08, 2024

The always stellar Immaculate Collection Basketball set returns to encapsulate the thrilling NBA game. As always, the Immaculate Collection FOTL has an awesome assortment of memorabilia and autographs at your disposal.

Look for autos from Finals MVP Nikola Jokić, sharpshooting superstar Stephen Curry and a pair of high-flying youngsters who have taken off: Ja Morant and Anthony Edwards.

Three legends with larger-than-life personas highlight retired players’ signatures. Anfernee Hardaway, Charles Barkley and the Kevin Garnett each have autographs prominent throughout.

As you open boxes, find autographs from 2022-23 Rookie of the Year Paolo Banchero as well as All-Rookie Team selections (Bennedict Mathurin, Keegan Murray, Jeremy Sochan and Jabari Smith Jr.) who have their franchises excited for the future. More transcendent youngsters — Shaedon Sharpe and Chet Holmgren — have signatures in the mix.

Immaculate Collection Basketball presents some of the best Rookie Patch Autograph content of the year. Collect cards featuring a stunning acetate finish, on-card autographs and an incredible patch selection.

Sneakers have become a major part of the nightly discourse around the league. Some players sport throwback heat, others debut never-before-seen editions of popular models, and those with signature shoes debut various colorways that generate a ton of buzz on the internet and social media throughout the year. Crack some packs, and you’ll get in on the conversation with cards featuring sneaker soles and laces, including the Sneak Peek shoe cards.

There’s also a ton of memorabilia content featuring various team logos, brand logos and championship tags, including Nameplate Nobility cards that feature full-letter patches from players’ jersey nameplates.

New to the collection this year are the Dual, Triple and Quad Autograph cards, as well as the Dual Logoman Autograph cards.

You can expect to find one bonus FOTL Patch Autograph (#’d/8 or less), per box, three autographs and two memorabilia cards per box, on average.

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