Panini Peek: 2010-11 Timeless Treasures Basketball

Three words of advice to all those go-getter hoops collectors who've already sent their wish lists to Santa: Send another one -- after all, you do want to add a tin or two of 2010-11 Timeless Treasures Basketball, don't you?

Three words of advice to all those go-getter hoops collectors who’ve already sent their wish lists to Santa: Send another one — after all, you do want to add a tin or two of 2010-11 Timeless Treasures Basketball, don’t you?

Trust us, you will after gawking at this exclusive sneak peek of the prestigious product that releases December 8. 

The 150-card Timeless Treasures includes 100 commons numbered to 399, 50 Rookies numbered to 399 or less and three autograph or memorabilia cards per five-card, $100 tin (at least one autograph guaranteed).

Some of the can’t-miss highlights include:

  • The Rookie Year Materials insert that features pieces of memorabilia worn by some of the the NBA’s biggest superstars during their respective rookie seasons (including Prime and Signatures versions)
  • Exclusive autographs from Kobe Bryant, John Wall, Wesley Johnson and Brandon Jennings
  • The Souvenir Cuts insert that delivers cut autographs of the game’s most influential players and coaches
  • Other stunning inserts such as Hall of Fame Dual and Quad Materials, MVP Materials Laundry Tags and NBA Logoman Laundry Tag Parallel 1/1s, short-printed Rookie Recruit Signatures (numbered to 399 or less) and more than 300 total 1/1s

Stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance, the Panini America website, and our Twitter and Facebook pages for more information on 2010-11 Timeless Treasures Basketball.


9 Replies to “Panini Peek: 2010-11 Timeless Treasures Basketball”

      1. panini needs to do a sneak peek video showin them opening up some timeless treasures like they did for the 2010 limited basketball. i wanna know what this years product is all about ya know

  1. I enjoyed last years TT product and am liking the look of this years installment. The Rookie Recruits look amazing. I love the designs and color scheme are great, but the presence of sticker auto’s in a $100, 5 card tin is insulting to collectors and the card designers. I understand the industries need for sticker auto’s to keep product prices down. This is fine in a product like Panini Update Basket (at $60 – $65/ hobby box is actually a pretty good value and nice product for that price range), but not a $100, 5 card tin. There are some great attributes that TT possesses, but the sticker auto’s are driving collectors crazy. 2011 TT Grade: B- (should be higher).

  2. just bought a pack and got a team patches autographed derrick favors card says on the back 1/1. was wondering what it is worth

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