Firmly staking its claim among the top high-end basketball options of the year, 2014-15 Panini Immaculate Collection Basketball is about premium deigns, quality memorabilia pieces and on-card autographs.
While there is strong veteran content, collectors are particularly fond of the numbered Rookie Patch Autographs. Limited to just 99 copies, the checklist includes the biggest first-year names, including Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker. Nikola Mirotic, another rookie favorite, is included in the Rookie Autograph subset.
Other popular signed options include the Shadowbox Autographs and Premium Autograph Patches that both feature an impressive assortment of NBA greats of past and present.
Although the autographs are a huge draw in 2014-15 Panini Immaculate Collection Basketball, the rare relic cards are equally impressive. Among the more limited options, Logoman cards come signed and unsigned. Collectors have also shown considerable interest in the shoe-related inserts, including Sole of the Game. Featuring some of the best relics in the release, the Sneak Peak shoe cards are likely to emerge as some of the most pursued cards in the entire product.
Unfortunately, as has become the case in other premium releases, sticker autographs can be found in 2014-15 Panini Immaculate Collection Basketball. However, they are in the minority and appear to be largely confined to the INK insert.
At $500+ per box, 2014-15 Panini Immaculate Collection Basketball is not for everyone. While the steep price points may prevent many collectors from buying by the box, singles can be a more affordable route and offers collectors much less risk versus buying sealed boxes.
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