The name might not scream high-end cards as much as was intended, but the "de-luxe" product 2014-15 Panini Luxe Basketball is no slouch on the hobby landscape. The late-season release deviates from the normal Panini format, with just a few design options that consist of only on-card autographs, prime memorabilia cards, or both.
2014-15 Panini Luxe Basketball features a diverse checklist of past, present and future and only five total design options. Top standouts from the set include Luxe Autographs, which include a metal frame and silver ink signature along with several parallels. Memorabilia Autographs go the more traditional route for high-end autographed relics, but the cards are still impressive. Although the relics found throughout the release are not necessarily jumbo, there are some ridiculous patches to be found.
Clearly favoring quality over quantity, the price tag reflects that and may push more collectors toward singles. Helping values, every card in the entire product is numbered to 99 or less. While there a few names that probably shouldn't be found in a four-card box that runs for $250-300, the product has seen good interest from collectors and should enjoy long-term demand due to the superstar players and key rookies.
The following list offers a real-time snapshot of the most-watched card auctions for Panini Luxe. Constantly updating, the top 30 auctions can be viewed below. Feel free to check back and track your PC players or simple peruse the biggest hits.