Just when you thought you'd seen your last pre-release peek at Panini America's upcoming 2014-15 Preferred Basketball, we thought we'd pay tribute to all those book-loving (and booklet-loving) fathers out there with one final Father's Day peek. We brought you Part One of our Preferred Booklet review last Sunday. Today, we're bringing you the cliff-hanger finale.
Just when you thought you’d seen your last pre-release peek at Panini America’s upcoming 2014-15 Preferred Basketball, we thought we’d pay tribute to all those book-loving (and booklet-loving) fathers out there with one final Father’s Day peek. We brought you Part One of our Preferred Booklet review last Sunday. Today, we’re bringing you the cliff-hanger finale.
In the gallery that follows, we showcase more of the breathtaking booklets that have been created for 2014-15 Preferred Basketball, a stunning ensemble of card-making majesty that pushes the envelope of what’s possible in the booklet-card genre. Enjoy this must-see sneak peek and to all you dads our there, Happy Father’s Day from all of us at Panini America.
You can check out previous The Knight’s Lance coverage of 2014-15 Preferred Basketball by clicking the following links:
Championship Worthy: Panini America Eyes the Booklets in 2014-15 Preferred Basketball
Panini America Offers Inkling of Autographs to Come in 2014-15 Preferred Basketball
Which Do You Prefer? The Early Autograph Returns of 2014-15 Preferred Basketball
Panini America Offers Detailed First Look at 2014-15 Preferred Basketball (Gallery)
7 Replies to “Panini America Offers a Special Father’s Day Glimpse at 2014-15 Preferred Basketball”
Wow,the one on one booklets look amazing.now you have to make one of the pistons Lakers finals with Sheed on it! That would become my dream card for sure!
Some awesome cards here.
I realise booklets are a mem thing but would love to see some auto/mem ones in the future.
Those are some amazing looking cards!
Soooooooooooo awesome———fingers crossed fathers day contest coming up!
Definitely enjoying the vertical orientation on some of these booklets, the additional photography on some of the book covers is a nice addition as well. Thanks Tracy!
Now that was a DROOL WORTHY gallery! Great job Panini! This looks like it could be the best Preferred EVER!