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
- 1980-1989 Basketball Cards
- 1990-1999 Basketball Cards
- 2000-2007 Basketball Cards
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- 2012-2013 Basketball Cards
- 2013-14 Basketball Cards
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- 2019-2020 Basketball Cards
- 2020-2021 Basketball Cards
- Pre-1970 Basketball Cards
Released as a factory set, 2012 Rittenhouse WNBA has a 100-card base checklist. Every set also comes with an autograph of Nnemkadi Ogwumike, the first overall pick in the 2012 WNBA Draft.
2011-12 Panini Limited is a hits-driven set that comes with an autograph, memorabilia card and autographed rookie redemption in every single-pack box. The set features several focused themes and clean designs.
Combining new and old, 2011-12 Panini Past & Present Basketball arrives with a retro-themed base set and a handful of insert sets that use new printing technologies. Boxes come with three autographs and a memorabilia card.
2011-12 Panini Preferred is all about the hits, literally. Every single-pack box comes with three autographs and one multi-swatch book card. Several of the designs nod to the hobby’s history.
The brand that helped revive the basketball card market is back. 2011-12 NBA Hoops from Panini promises a huge checklist of base cards and signatures, including 1989-90 NBA Hoops BuyBacks Autographs. The low-end set comes with two autographs per hobby box.
2012 Leaf Best of Basketball is the company’s first product exclusive to hoops. Combining new autograph cards with slabbed buybacks, boxes promise a lot of high-end potential.
1981-82 Topps Basketball Card Price Comparisons, Set Details, Checklist, Auction Tracker and Buying Guide.
1980-81 Topps Basketball brought collectors the iconic Larry Bird and Magic Johnson rookie card. The trio-based vintage product includes multiple mini-card panels featuring NBA players.
1979-80 Topps Basketball Card Price Comparisons, Set Details, Checklist, Auction Tracker and Buying Guide.
1978-79 Topps Basketball Card Price Comparisons, Set Details, Checklist, Auction Tracker and Buying Guide.
1976-77 Topps Basketball Card Price Comparisons, Set Details, Checklist, Auction Tracker and Buying Guide.
1977-78 Topps Basketball Card Price Comparisons, Set Details, Checklist, Auction Tracker and Buying Guide.
Featuring Bill Walton and George Gervin rookie cards, 1974-75 Topps Basketball stands out for another reason with NBA and ABA collectors.
1975-76 Topps Basketball Card Price Comparisons, Set Details, Checklist, Auction Tracker and Buying Guide.
1973-74 Topps Basketball may not have the strongest design or rookie card checklist, but the vintage NBA/ABA set is still worth checking out.
1972-73 Topps Basketball is one of the most popular vintage basketball sets in the hobby. The clear standout is Dr. J’s rookie card.
Bob Lanier and Rick Barry rookie cards headline the vibrant 1971-72 Topps Basketball. The vintage NBA/ABA set switched back to standard sizing and greatly increased the checklist.
Led by the Pete Maravich rookie card, 1970-71 Topps Basketball features a tallboy design. Each pack also includes one poster insert.
Featuring the tallboy rookie card for Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar), 1969-70 Topps Basketball is a memorable vintage release.
The Bill Russell rookie card anchors 1957-58 Topps Basketball. As the first NBA card product, it remains very popular with vintage collectors.