Basketball Card Sets
Browse our database of basketball card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and basketball card price comparisons.
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The first set dedicated to professional hoops, 1948 Bowman Basketball is a tough set to complete. The George Mikan rookie card is considered the top card in the release.
Offering a premium spin on the longstanding brand, 2012-13 Panini Elite Series Basketball delivers four autographs per single-pack box. The set also marks the debut of new Elite Glass inserts.
Distributed as a factory set, the 2013 Rittenhouse WNBA set includes autographs from both Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne. Get full details including the full checklist.
2012-13 Panini National Treasures Basketball is the most lavish hardcourt set of the year. Every box of the ultra high-end product includes nine total autographs, memorabilia cards and printing plates.
2013-14 Panini NBA Stickers are a simple and affordable way to get collecting. The complete collection includes 266 stickers that can be held in a full-color album.
2012-13 Panini Gold Standard Basketball sees the return of one of the hobby’s most distinct brands. Every box of the high-end product delivers four autographs, a memorabilia card and a metal card.
2012-13 Fleer Retro Basketball marks the return of old school. Incorporating memorable designs from the 1990s, every box promises four rare inserts and six autographs.
2012-13 Panini Past & Present Basketball marks the brand’s sophomore season. Mixing old-school designs with modern, textured inserts, there is plenty of variety. Boxes come with three autographs.
2012-13 Panini Brilliance Basketball delivers a large checklist, lots of inserts and a pair of inserts in every hobby box. The set also sees the return of Starburst and Artists Proofs parallels.
2012-13 Panini Crusade Basketball marks the return of a 90’s insert king. Inspired by the popular chase set from more than a decade ago, this hit-per-pack product has 3 autographs in every box.
2012-13 Panini Preferred Basketball is a high-end set that delivers just four cards per box. But those four cards: 3 autographs numbered to 99 or less and a book card.
The treasure hunt continues with 2013 Leaf Best of Basketball. Every box of the high-end product comes with a slabbed or graded buyback as well as an all-new autograph.
2012-13 Panini Marquee Basketball focuses on wild designs and different technologies. More about presentation than hits, every hobby box still delivers three autographs.
2012-13 SP Authentic Basketball comes with three autographs in every box. Every case of the college-themed product promises at least one signature from either Michael Jordan or LeBron James.
2012-13 Leaf Metal Basketball delivers 5 autographs per box including some rare signers from the past like Patrick Ewing, John Stockton and Shaquille O’Neal. The set also marks the debut of Leaf’s new Matrix technology.
2012-13 Panini Momentum Basketball, the high-end brand’s hardcourt debut, delivers five autographs per box. The set has a large 300-card checklist and several inserts.
Aimed primarily at set builders, 2012-13 Panini Basketball is highlighted by a large base set, lots of inserts and two autographs in every hobby box.
Easily one of the most expensive factory sets ever produced, 2013 Upper Deck Michael Jordan Master Collection celebrates Jordan’s career at the University of North Carolina. Every set has at least four autographs.
2012-13 Select Basketball sees the return of a collector-favorite brand. Hobby boxes deliver 4 autographs, 4 Prizms and 6 additional inserts. The checklist includes more than 70 autographed rookie cards.
2012-13 Upper Deck All-Time Greats Basketball includes a checklist of just 18 names. The high-end release has player-focused boxes, each with one hard-signed autograph. Michael Jordan signatures fall 1:6 boxes.