Basketball Card Sets
Browse our database of basketball card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and basketball card price comparisons.
- 1970-1979 Basketball Cards
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- Pre-1970 Basketball Cards
Featuring a total of seven autographs or memorabilia cards per box, 2014-15 Panini Noir Basketball is a new high-end option with a focus on contrasting designs and on-card autographs.
A new high-end NBA product, 2014-15 Panini Luxe Basketball features three autographs and one jumbo memorabilia card per box. Highlights include all on-card autographs and metal-framed cards.
The 2015 Rittenhouse WNBA basketball release is another limited edition factory set. Each has 100 cards plus three autographs.
2014-15 Panini Gala Basketball takes on a Hollywood theme. The brand’s debut includes three autographs, one memorabilia card and a base card per box, all numbered to 99 or less.
Led by Atomic Refractors and Kobe Bryant rookie cards, 1996-97 Bowman’s Best Basketball is a chromium treat from the 1990s.
Sitting near the top of the high-end scale, 2014-15 Panini National Treasures Basketball returns with eight total autographs and memorabilia cards per box.
Basically two sets in one, 2003-04 Bowman Basketball is a rather odd NBA release that offers a double dose of LeBron James rookie cards with both regular Bowman and Bowman Chrome options.
2003-04 Topps Finest Basketball features a distinct design and key rookie cards for LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony. A main component of any Finest release, several Refractor parallels are also available.
Featuring one of the most popular rookie cards for LeBron James, 2003-04 Topps Chrome Basketball and the many Refractor parallels offer collectors plenty of choices. The set also includes rookie cards for Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.
Led by the popular rookie card for David Robinson, 1989-90 NBA Hoops Basketball may not hold much value but its legacy with collectors remains intact.
Led by rookie cards for Shaquille O’Neal and Alonzo Mourning, 1992-93 Stadium Club Basketball is further enhanced by the popular Beam Team inserts.
2014-15 Panini Excalibur Basketball is the third and final Target-exclusive product of the season. Born out of Crusade, cards take a regal theme.
1990-91 SkyBox Basketball was considered premium at the time. It might not be worth a lot today, but the memorable design and solid checklist give it some lasting relevance.
2014-15 Panini Preferred Basketball sticks with the high-end focus of recent years, however the types of autographs and memorabilia cards have been switched up. Boxes have three autographs and one book card.
1969-70 Topps Rulers Basketball is one of the most unique and colorful sets you’ll likely ever encounter. Showcasing players’ height, the fold-out cards include cartoon interpretations of such superstars as Wilt Chamberlain and Lew Alcindor.
2015 Leaf Greatest Hits Basketball takes the card maker’s Best of approach and expands it offering four repurchased cards per box instead of just one. Boxes also have one original card.
2015 Panini NBA Finals Private Signings Basketball cards are part of a limited promotional set that was originally available through Panini’s online store. Get full details on the set and a checklist.
2014-15 Panini Spectra Basketball mixes chromium, color and lots of autographed memorabilia and basic memorabilia cards. The high-end release comes with seven hits per box.
Headlined by the first NBA cards for Isiah Thomas and Clyde Drexler, 1983-84 Star Company Basketball was the earliest major NBA release from Star Co. and filled the void left by Topps’ exit from basketball cards.
1987-88 Fleer Basketball is one of the more overlooked basketball sets, but the simple release has slowly increased in value and recognition over the years. Led by key cards for Larry Bird and Michael Jordan, sealed boxes are tough to find and very expensive.