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

July 22, 2018

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Impeccable is certainly one way to describe the 2017-18 NBA collecting season and the kind of dramatic impact the impressive rookie class had on the way things unfolded. Impeccable is also the name of Panini America’s late-September release that pays tribute not only to those rookies but also to the league’s standout veterans and all-time legends. The high-end, heat-generating 2017-18 Impeccable Basketball is set to arrive in hobby shops on September 19 delivering, on average, five autographs in each hobby box (nine cards per box, three boxes per case).

Featured across the product’s impressive autograph lineup are cards numbered to a player’s jersey number, number of All-Star appearances, overall draft position and more. The spectacular Impeccable Victory Signatures chase highlights the featured player’s performance in a key victory.

Additional highlights of 2017-18 Impeccable Basketball are many and include . . .

  • New Stainless Stars cards printed on metal and numbered to 99 or less, including rare autographed versions.
  • A wide array of autographs from the NBA’s top rookies, veterans and legends; find patch autographs in Holo Silver (numbered to 25 or less), Holo Gold (numbered to 10) and Platinum 1/1 parallels.
  • Unique autograph cards that feature sequential numbering to various accomplishments in the player’s career.
  • Look for one Silver NBA Logo (numbered to 16), Gold NBA Logo (numbered to 10) or Stainless Stars (numbered to 99 or less) per box, on average.

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

Order 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.