Panini America Provides Detailed First Look at 2017-18 Dominion Basketball (Gallery)

March 28, 2018

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Sometimes it seems like a lifetime ago that Panini America released the one-year wonder known as 2013-14 Dominion Hockey. But as is often the case, sometimes once is all it takes for a brand to resonate in the world of trading cards — especially a brand as striking and as content-rich as that one-and-done Dominion Hockey dynamo. More than three years later, Panini America Product Development officials are dusting off Dominion for another run — this time in the NBA.

Set to arrive in hobby shops across North America in late May, 2017-18 Dominion Basketball, like its hockey predecessor, will deliver a spectacular array of high-end autograph and memorabilia cards. On average, each hobby box (six cards per box, six boxes per case) will deliver three autographs and one memorabilia card.

The highlights of the product are many and include . . .

  • Rookie Jersey Autographs from the top rookies of 2017-18, falling one per box on average.
  • A plethora multi-signed cards in Rookie Dual Signatures, NBA Champions Dual Signatures, Franchise Favorites Dual Signatures, Triple Threat Trio Signatures and Rookie Quad Signatures.
  • Main Exhibit autographs featuring a shadowbox design and signed on acetate.
  • Unique Rookie Cards printed on metal and numbered to as low as one.
  • Autographed memorabilia cards highlighting the aerial accomplishments of some of the NBA’s best dunkers in With Authority!
  • Oversized memorabilia pieces from the NBA’s top stars in Mammoth Materials.

We’ll have plenty more on 2017-18 Dominion Basketball in the coming weeks right here on The Knight’s Lance. For now, though, check out 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.