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Top 10 Jaden Ivey Rookie Cards To Buy Now Plus Values

Best Jaden Ivey Rookie Cards To Buy Now Plus Values

Here are the top ten Jaden Ivey rookie cards to invest in now. Please check for updates, as more basketball card sets will be released later this year and early next year.

  1. 2022 Immaculate Collegiate
  2. 2022 Chronicles Draft Picks Silver Prizm Select Courtside RC #4
  3. 2022 Panini The National Rookie Case Breaker RC #CB27
  4. 2022 Panini Mosaic Prizm RC
  5. 2022 Chronicles Draft
  6. 2022 NBA Panini Instant RPS First Look Rookie Card RC
  7. 2022 Donruss Optic Rated Rookie RC #12
  8. 2022 Panini Select Prizm In Flight Auto RC #IN-JIV
  9. 2022 Chronicles Draft Flux Prizm SP RC
  10. 2022-23 Spectra Prizm Rise Above RC

Value

The most expensive Jaden Ivey rookie card sold on eBay is the 2022 Panini The National Silver Pack Green /5 SSP.

This card sold for $901 on 8/10/22 with 22 bids.

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15 Best Kobe Bryant Rookie Cards, Values, Checklist

Kobe Bryant basketball cards have been one of the most popular alternative investment purchases over the last few years, particularly since his passing.

Kobe Bean Bryant was born to play basketball. He was born in Philadelphia, the youngest of three children, the only son of Pamela Cox Bryant and former NBA player Joe Bryant.

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During host time in the league, he was well respected and regarded as one of the best basketball in the NBA. During his career, Kobe won five NBA championships, took home the NBA Most Valuable Player award in 2008, and has too many scoring titles to count.

Not only are Kobe cards a tremendous long-term investment, but when compared to similar cards, they outperform in the short term by a country mile.

If you are a first-time sports card buyer as an alternative investment, you can’t do much better than a Kobe Bryant basketball card.

Best 50 Kobe Cards

Let’s look at the top 10 Kobe cards in terms of long-term return on investment over the next 20 years.

 

15. 1996 Fleer Skybox E-X2000 Star Date 2000 #3

1996 Kobe Bryant Fleer Skybox E-X2000 Star Date 2000 #3

A great starter Kobe rookie card at an affordable price.

The non-graded 1996 Kobe Bryant Fleer Skybox E-X2000 Star Date rookie card recently sold on eBay for $660 and had a total of 71 bids.

A super popular card combined with a solid long term return on investment.

 

14. 1996 Kobe Bryant Flair Showcase Legacy Collection /150 RC #31

1996 Flair Showcase Legacy Collection Kobe Bryant rookie card 31

Collecting 1996-97 Flair Showcase is a daunting task, with three distinct base sets, titled Row 0, Row 1, and Row 2. There are 270 base cards in the set, with differing odds of pulling specific cards.

The 1996-97 Flair Showcase set is known for being the first basketball card product to feature serial-numbered cards.

One of the set’s most valuable cards is Kobe Bryant’s #31 rookie card, which is part of the Legacy Collection, of which each card is serial-numbered to only 150 copies.

Considering this is the first basketball set that features serial-numbered cards and features Kobe Bryant’s rookie card, this is a true grail in the sports collecting landscape.

PSA Population Report

Row 0:

  • 7 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 16 PSA 9 Mint
  • 15 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Row 1:

  • 9 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 30 PSA 9 Mint
  • 21 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Row 2:

  • 3 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 24 PSA 9 Mint
  • 23 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

Row 0:

  • PSA 10 – $233,700 – 5/24/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $40,590 – 6/7/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 7 – $44,280 – 4/6/2021 (Goldin Auctions)

Row 1:

  • PSA 10 – $96,000 – 11/20/2021 (Heritage Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $11,172.09 – 4/1/2022 (Mile High Card Company)
  • PSA 8 – $10,300 – 1/25/2022 (eBay)

Row 2:

  • PSA 9 – $435.00 – 5/17/2021 (eBay)

 

13. 1996 E-X2000 Credentials Kobe Bryant RC /499 #30

1996 E-X2000 Credentials Kobe Bryant RC 30

Card number 17 on the list delved into Kobe Bryant’s base card from 1996 E-X2000, and now we’re going to pivot to his Credentials variation, one of the most valuable Kobe cards in existence.

Kobe Bryant’s #30 Credentials rookie card is similar in design to his base, though it features a white border instead of green.

While Bryant’s base card (0.004% earning a PSA 10) is significantly more condition-sensitive than his Credentials insert (0.04%), his Credentials card is extremely valuable due to being serial-numbered to just 499 copies.

Bryant’s PSA-10 graded 1996 E-X2000 Credentials is one of the most sought-after basketball cards in existence, recently conveying $617,460 in October 2021.

PSA Population Report

  • 4 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 22 PSA 9 Mint
  • 17 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $617,460 – 10/27/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $54,000 – 8/28/2022 (Heritage Auctions)
  • PSA 8 – $78,000 – 2/24/2021 (Heritage Auctions)

 

12. 1996 Kobe Bryant Topps Youthquake RC #G15

kobe Bryant youthquake rookie card

A nice looking Kobe rookie card that won’t cost a small fortune even at top grades.

Kobe Bryant’s highly coveted Youthquake insert arises from 1996-97 Topps Chrome, one of the most coveted hobby boxes from the 90s due to the demand for Bryant’s rookie cards.

The YouthQuake checklist features 15 of the most promising NBA rookies from the class of 1996, highlighted by Kobe Bryant, the 15th card of the checklist. YouthQuake insert card from 1996-97 Topps Chrome can be found in one of every 12 packs.

Bryant’s YouthQuake insert is one of his most cost-effective yet investable rookie cards, with PSA 10’s conveying low four figures.

PSA Population Report

  • 77 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 441 PSA 9 Mint
  • 268 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $3,119 – 1/18/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $420.00 – 5/23/2022 (Robert Edward Auctions)
  • PSA 8 – $227.50 – 9/20/2022 (eBay)

 

11. 1996 Topps Draft Redemption Kobe Bryant Rookie Card #DP13

1996 Topps Draft Redemption Kobe Bryant Rookie Card

1996-97 Topps Basketball was issued in two series, as well as in a factory set. The set also features 1996 NBA Draft Pick Redemption cards, awarded to collectors based on the players’ draft pick position.

As Kobe Bryant was drafted as the 13th overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft out of Lower Merion High School, he’s the number 13 card in the Draft Pick Redemption checklist.

Bryant’s Draft Pick Redemption card is one of his loudest rookie cards, depicting a holographic Kobe zooming through the air for an emphatic finger roll.

Bryant’s 1996-97 Topps Draft Pick Redemption rookie card is one of his most underrated rookie cards. Yet, a PSA 10 recently fetched $6,300 through Robert Edward Auctions.

PSA Population Report

  • 68 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 265 PSA 9 Mint
  • 394 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $6,300 – 4/25/2022 (Robert Edward Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $895.00 – 8/3/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $625.00 – 3/2/2022 (eBay)

 

10. 1996 Kobe Bryant SP RC #134

1996 Kobe Bryant SP 134

1996-97 SP Basketball features a 146-card base set and introduces one of the most cost-effective Kobe Bryant rookie cards out there. The first 126 cards of the set are dedicated to NBA veterans, while the final 20 cards introduce the most promising NBA rookies of the 1996 rookie class.

Kobe Bryant is depicted resting his head on an official NBA game ball in his 1996-97 SP rookie card on the front, while a livelier Bryant is taking on an entire defense on the reverse.

Hobbyists can purchase 1996-97 SP Basketball hobby boxes for as low as $30, a small price to pay to potentially acquire Steve Nash, Allen Iverson, Ray Allen, and Kobe Bryant rookie cards.

PSA Population Report

  • 1,016 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 4,319 PSA 9 Mint
  • 3,954 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $350.00 – 9/28/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $61.00 – 9/25/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $27.00 – 9/26/2022 (eBay)

 

9. 1996 Kobe Bryant Upper Deck Exclusives RC Insert #R10

1996 Kobe Bryant Upper Deck Exclusives RC Insert

1996-97 Upper Deck was issued in two series, with series two offering the Rookie Exclusives checklist, paying homage to the 1996-97 NBA rookie class.  

Upper Deck features two distinct Rookie Exclusives cards, one numbered R10 and the other being the much rarer R10 Sample card. Bryant’s R10 rookie card has a PSA population of 2,198, while the R10 Sample card only has a PSA population of 61. 

Bryant’s R10 Rookie Exclusives Sample rookie card bears a realistic basketball textured background on the front and several Q & A’s with Kobe on the reverse.

The most recent 1996-97 Upper Deck Exclusives Kobe Bryant R10 rookie card graded a PSA 10 sold for north of $600, while a PSA 10 graded R10 Sample rookie card obtained four figures.

PSA Population Report

  • 9 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 37 PSA 9 Mint
  • 10 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $1,125.60 – 7/24/2022 (Heritage Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $624.25 – 3/21/2021 (eBay)

 

8. 1996 Kobe Bryant Flair Showcase Legacy Collection /150 RC #31

1996 Flair Showcase Legacy Collection Kobe Bryant rookie card 31

Collecting the 1996-97 Flair Showcase is a daunting task, with three distinct base sets, titled Row 0, Row 1, and Row 2. There are 270 base cards in the set, with differing odds of pulling specific cards.

The 1996-97 Flair Showcase set is known for being the first basketball card product to feature serial-numbered cards.

One of the set’s most valuable cards is Kobe Bryant’s #31 rookie card, which is part of the Legacy Collection, of which each card is serial-numbered to only 150 copies.

Considering this is the first basketball set that features serial-numbered cards and features Kobe Bryant’s rookie card, this is a true grail in the sports collecting landscape.

PSA Population Report

Row 0:

  • 7 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 16 PSA 9 Mint
  • 15 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Row 1:

  • 9 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 30 PSA 9 Mint
  • 21 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Row 2:

  • 3 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 24 PSA 9 Mint
  • 23 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

Row 0:

  • PSA 10 – $233,700 – 5/24/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $40,590 – 6/7/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 7 – $44,280 – 4/6/2021 (Goldin Auctions)

Row 1:

  • PSA 10 – $96,000 – 11/20/2021 (Heritage Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $11,172.09 – 4/1/2022 (Mile High Card Company)
  • PSA 8 – $10,300 – 1/25/2022 (eBay)

Row 2:

  • PSA 9 – $435.00 – 5/17/2021 (eBay)

 

7. 1996 Kobe Bryant Flair Showcase Legacy Collection /150 RC #31

1996 Flair Showcase Legacy Collection Kobe Bryant rookie card 31

Collecting 1996-97 Flair Showcase is a daunting task, with three distinct base sets, titled Row 0, Row 1, and Row 2. There are 270 base cards in the set, with differing odds of pulling specific cards.

The 1996-97 Flair Showcase set is known for being the first basketball card product to feature serial-numbered cards.

One of the set’s most valuable cards is Kobe Bryant’s #31 rookie card, which is part of the Legacy Collection, of which each card is serial-numbered to only 150 copies.

Considering this is the first basketball set that features serial-numbered cards and features Kobe Bryant’s rookie card, this is a true grail in the sports collecting landscape.

PSA Population Report

Row 0:

  • 7 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 16 PSA 9 Mint
  • 15 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Row 1:

  • 9 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 30 PSA 9 Mint
  • 21 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Row 2:

  • 3 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 24 PSA 9 Mint
  • 23 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

Row 0:

  • PSA 10 – $233,700 – 5/24/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $40,590 – 6/7/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 7 – $44,280 – 4/6/2021 (Goldin Auctions)

Row 1:

  • PSA 10 – $96,000 – 11/20/2021 (Heritage Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $11,172.09 – 4/1/2022 (Mile High Card Company)
  • PSA 8 – $10,300 – 1/25/2022 (eBay)

Row 2:

  • PSA 9 – $435.00 – 5/17/2021 (eBay)

 

6. 1996 Kobe Bryant SkyBox E-X2000 #30

1996 Kobe Bryant SkyBox E-X2000

The most significant pulls of the 1996-97 SkyBox E-X2000 are undoubtedly Kobe Bryant’s rookie cards. There are numerous Kobe Bryant rookie cards to obtain from the set, though his #30 card is by far the most desired. For now, we’ll strictly discuss Kobe’s #30 base card, one of 80 cards in the base set checklist. 

The outer border of Kobe’s #30 base card is dark green, while a blue sky with scattered clouds is positioned behind Kobe while he aggressively drives through the lane.

Kobe’s #30 base card is extremely condition-sensitive, as only 24 out of 5,338 (0.004%) have warranted a PSA 10, and it is cemented as one of his most sought-after rookie cards.

PSA Population Report

  • 24 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 798 PSA 9 Mint
  • 2,095 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $21,100 – 3/30/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $1,125 – 5/27/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $275 – 9/18/2022 (eBay)

 

5. 1996 Kobe Bryant Fleer 23KT Gold Purple Signature

kobe Bryant gold card

And we thought the 1996 Kobe Topps Finest Gold Refractor card was dripping with gold; the 1996 Fleer Kobe 23kt beats it by a mile and a half.

A super popular card with Kobe fanboys, but we prefer our card with a traditional flavor. Please give us a 1996 base Topps Kobe rookie card any day over this one.

Kobe Bryant’s 1996 Fleer 23KT Gold rookie card features an on-card purple signature of the Lakers icon, pictured releasing a one-handed jump shot.

 Kobe’s 23KT Gold Purple Signature rookie card is one of his most condition-sensitive cards, with only eight of 149 cards meriting a PSA 10 (roughly 5%). 

Although Kobe’s 23KT Gold Purple Signature rookie card is challenging to find in high grade, it’s one of the most cost-effective Kobe Bryant rookie cards on the list, with PSA 10 graded copies available for under $1,000. 

PSA Population Report

  • 8 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 64 PSA 9 Mint
  • 68 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $416.00 – 8/9/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $113.50 – 6/22/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $39.00 – 6/8/2022 (eBay)

 

4. 1996 Kobe Bryant Fleer 23KT Gold Purple Signature

kobe Bryant gold card

And we thought the 1996 Kobe Topps Finest Gold Refractor card was dripping with gold; the 1996 Fleer Kobe 23kt beats it by a mile and a half.

A super popular card with Kobe fanboys, but we prefer our card with a traditional flavor. Please give us a 1996 base Topps Kobe rookie card any day over this one.

Kobe Bryant’s 1996 Fleer 23KT Gold rookie card features an on-card purple signature of the Lakers icon, pictured releasing a one-handed jump shot.

 Kobe’s 23KT Gold Purple Signature rookie card is one of his most condition-sensitive cards, with only eight of 149 cards meriting a PSA 10 (roughly 5%). 

Although Kobe’s 23KT Gold Purple Signature rookie card is challenging to find in high grade, it’s one of the most cost-effective Kobe Bryant rookie cards on the list, with PSA 10 graded copies available for under $1,000. 

PSA Population Report

  • 8 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 64 PSA 9 Mint
  • 68 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

  • PSA 10 – $416.00 – 8/9/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $113.50 – 6/22/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $39.00 – 6/8/2022 (eBay)

 

 

3. 1996 Kobe Bryant Topps Finest Gold Refractor RC #269

1996 Kobe Bryant Topps Finest Gold Refractor 269

One of the most stunning of all the Kobe basketball cards. Would fit right in at the Jersey shore with all that gold dripping from head to toe.

Backpacking off Kobe’s #74 rookie card from 1996 Topps Finest is his #269 Gold Refractor card from the set. Kobe’s #74 rookie card was released in the first series, while Kobe’s #269 rookie card was featured in series two.

Bryant’s 1996 Topps Finest Gold Refractor rookie card is an Heir subset, depicting Kobe performing an acrobatic one-handed reverse layup. 

Like Kobe’s #74 Topps Finest rookie card, his #269 card is also introduced as a base card and a refractor, both of which can be obtained with or without the clear coating.

PSA Population Report

Base: 

  • 40 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 91 PSA 9 Mint
  • 54 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Base with Coating:

  • 39 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 242 PSA 9 Mint
  • 185 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Refractor:

  •  26 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 51 PSA 9 Mint
  • 11 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Refractor with Coating: 

  • 19 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 59 PSA 9 Mint
  • 37 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Past Graded Sales

Base:

  • PSA 10 – $3,950 – 4/27/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $2,100 – 12/9/2021 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $610 – 8/3/2022 (eBay)

Base with Coating:

  • PSA 10 – $6,765 – 8/11/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $1,600 – 9/14/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $769 – 7/31/2022 (eBay)

Refractor:

  • PSA 10 – $70,110 – 5/24/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $25,108.08 – 4/20/2021 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $15,100 – 3/4/2021 (eBay)

Refractor with Coating:

  • PSA 10 – $55,350 – 8/11/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $12,600 – 7/26/2021 Robert Edward Auctions)
  • PSA 8 – $4,920 – 5/24/2021 (Goldin Auctions)

 

 

2. 1996 Kobe Bryant Topps Finest RC #74

1996 Kobe Bryant Topps Finest Rookie card 74

1996-97 Topps Finest features arguably one of the most renowned rookie classes in recent memory, highlighted by the late Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Ray Allen, and Allen Iverson.

Topps released the treasured set in two series, each comprised of 24 packs of six cards. The first set contained cards #1 to #146 and presented the Apprentices, Gladiators, Maestros, and Sterling subsets. In contrast, the second set was composed of cards #147 to #291, introducing the Foundations, Heirs, Mainstays, and Sterling subsets.

The most coveted Kobe Bryant rookie card from 1996 Topps Finest is dubbed Apprentices, highlighting Kobe soaring through the air for an emphatic one-handed jam.

What’s distinctive about 1996 Topps Finest is the transparent film or coating affixed to the top of each card, designed to protect the card’s surface. Hobbyists can collect multiple variations of Kobe Bryant’s #74 1996 Topps Finest rookie card, including his base card, a base card with coating, a refractor, and a refractor with coating.

PSA Population Report

Base: 

  • 978 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 1,979 PSA 9 Mint
  • 577 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Base with Coating:

  • 1,726 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 4,907 PSA 9 Mint
  • 2,055 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

Refractor:

  • 8 PSA 10 Gem Mint
  • 157 PSA 9 Mint
  • 91 PSA 8 Near Mint-Mint

 

Past Graded Sales

Base: 

  • PSA 10 – $502.00 – 9/24/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $132.51 – 9/27/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $89.99 – 9/20/2022 (eBay)

Base with Coating:

  • PSA 10 – $898.00 – 9/23/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 -$190.510 – 9/27/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $79.00 – 9/25/2022 (eBay)

Refractor:

  • BGS Black Label 10 – $1,752,000 – March 2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 10 – $50,000 – 8/17/2020 (eBay)
  • PSA 9 – $3,250 – 5/24/2022 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $2,026.05 – 1/31/2022 (eBay)

Refractor with Coating:

  • PSA 10 – $100,860 – 5/24/2021 (Goldin Auctions)
  • PSA 9 – $5,500 – 1/28/2021 (eBay)
  • PSA 8 – $4,050 – 7/21/2021 (eBay)

 

1. 1996 Kobe Bryant Topps Chrome (Refractor, Chrome, Base) RC #138

1996 Topps Chrome Refractor #138

The 1996 Kobe Bryant Topps rookie card is an ROI cash cow racking enormous profits for its investors.

Not only is this card one of the best Kobe cards to invest in, but it is one of the best in the entire alternative investment realm.

Full Disclosure: CourtingGreatness is currently invested in five 1996 Kobe Bryant Chrome rookie cards all at PSA 10 grades.

The card comes in three versions, with the highest being the refractor, followed by the chrome, and then the base. The ROI should be similar regardless of the version (the chrome should be slightly higher than the other two).

PSA Population Report (Refractor)

  • 63 at PSA 10 GEM MINT
  • 286 at PSA 9 MINT
  • 48 at PSA 8 NEAR MINT – MINT

Only 63 at a PSA 10 grade explains the 6-figure price tag shown below.

Past Graded Sales (Refractor)

  • 8/28/2022 – PSA 10 – $156,000 (Heritage Auctions)
  • 8/17/2022 – PSA 9 – $26,100 (EBAY)
  • 7/11/2022 – PSA 8 – $10,300 (EBAY)

 

Checklists

Below is a rookie card checklist. If we have missed any Kobe rookie cards please email us at info@courtinggreatness.com and we will update the list ASAP.

  • 1996 Topps Chrome #138
  • 1996 Fleer Skybox E-X2000 Star Date 2000 #3
  • 1996 Topps Stadium Club #R12
  • 1996 Bowman’s Best #R23
  • 1996 Collector’s Choice #267
  • 1996 E-X2000 #30
  • 1996 UD3 RC #19
  • 1996 Fleer Metal #181
  • 1996 Upper Deck Rookie Exclusives #R10
  • 1996 SPX GOLD Rookie RC Die-Cut Holo #SPX-22
  • 1996 Topps Finest Apprentices #74
  • 1996 Flair Showcase Row 2 #31
  • 1996 Hoops RC #281
  • 1996 Fleer  #203
  • 1996 Metal #137
  • 1996 SkyBox Premium #55
  • 1996 Skybox E-X2000 Credentials #30
  • 1996 Topps Draft Redemption #DP13
  • 1996 Hoops RC #281

 

Is Kobe Bryant the GOAT?

No.

That title is owned by Michael Jordan (see our top 50 MJ basketball cards).

But we do rank Kobe number four behind MJ, Magic, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

 

How much is Kobe Bryant’s basketball card worth?

A Kobe Byrant basketball card can range from a few dollars to a few million dollars depending on the year, grade, and set.

Please email us at value@courtinggreatness.com if you would like an estimated value of your Kobe card.

Include at minimum two photos of the card along with a return email address.

 

What is a 1999 Kobe Bryant card worth (Topps)?

1999 Kobe Bryant Topps Finest Dunk Masters Refractor card is worth $2,224 at a BGS 9.5 grade. This stunning card sold via eBay auctions on 6/22/2022 and had 31 bids.

 

What is the best Kobe Bryant card?

Rookie

best kobe rookie card

In terms of pure ROI, the 1996 Topps Chrome or 1996 Topps Chrome Refractor Kobe Bryant rookie cards at a PSA 10, PSA 9, or SGC 10 are the best Kobe card to buy as an alternative investment.

Non-Rookie

Kobe Bryant w/ Lebron James - 2008 Topps Chrome Orange Refractor

This one is a little harder but we feel the 2008 Kobe Bryant w/ Lebron James Topps Chrome Refractor will be the top Kobe basketball card in terms of ROI in the long term. If not number one it should absolutely be in the top five.

 

What is the most valuable Kobe Bryant card?

most expensive kobe Bryant basketball card

Most Valuable Non-Rookie Card

The 1997-98 Metal Universe Kobe Bryant basketball card sold for a mind-blowing 2 million US dollars in the Spring of 2022.

This card received an 8.5 grade from Beckett Grading Services.

The buyer is not known but one lucky dog.

Most Valuable Rookie Card

The most expensive Kobe RC is the 1996 Topps Chrome Refractor RC #138.

This card sold for $461,250 via the 2021 Goldin Elite Auctions by Goldin Auctions on 1/31/2021.

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Top 50 Michael Jordan Basketball Card Guide and Values (2022)

Michael Jordan is the GOAT and his basketball cards are one of the best investment in the entire hobby.

A quick lesson. On 03/03/2019, a PSA 10 Graded 1986 Michael Jordan Fleer Rookie Card sold for $15,995 via eBay Auctions.

Fast forward 11 months to Jan. 31, 2021 when the same grade (PSA 10) and card (1986 Fleer) sold for a mind-blowing $178,000.

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The 1986 Michael Jordan Fleer rookie card made basketball cards “a thing,” and the valuation of his cards keep growing exponentially.

But Why is Michael Jordan the GOAT?

  • Six time National Basketball Association (NBA) championship (1991–93, 1996–98)
  • Six time NBA Finals MVP
  • Five time Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998
  • Ten time NBA scoring champion
  • Defensive Player of the Year in 1988
  • Averaged almost 30 points per game shooting nearly 50% from the field
  • Amazing leader

Top 50 Michael Jordan Cards

It comes with the territory when you’re the G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time), so let’s take a look at the best of the best in Michael Jordan basketball cards.

 

1. 1986 Fleer Basketball Rookie Card #57

Without a doubt, the 86′ Jordan Fleer RC is the most iconic basketball card in history, and it’s just as relevant today as it was in 1998 when MJ played his final game as a member of the Chicago Bulls.

PSA Authentication and Grading Services, the industry’s leading card grading organization, has called the 1986 Jordan Rookie Card “the most recognizable basketball card and the most important modern card from any sport in the entire hobby.” 

Most collectors and card experts are unaware that Jordan had already played two full NBA seasons before the iconic 1986 Fleer card was released.

First, finding a truly mint condition, the top-tier, flawless card, is tricky. The borders are notorious for being particularly susceptible to wear and tear and chipping

It’s one thing to find a 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan, but it’s quite another to find one with four sharp and distinct corners. This card was also known for having significant issues with centering

Earlier this year (2021), two of them, graded at the highest level possible, PSA 10, sold at auction for $738,000. Not bad for a card you might have been able to randomly pull from a pack for 50 cents back in the day

 

2. 1985 Prism Jewel Sticker #7

One of the earliest Jordan cards out there, it even predates the legendary ’86 Fleer and leaves nothing on the table. Yes, it’s a scarce, stunning, unique find and comes with a very high price tag.

The 85′ Prism Jewel MJ rookie card has that it factor.

An extraordinarily unique design that commands the utmost attention and respect from its subject, much like Michael Jordan himself.

There are no Chicago Bulls insignia or denotations to speak of, and to be honest; the drawing doesn’t resemble His Airness very much.

It takes on a cartoon feel which is unlike any other basketball card on the planet. The prism technology is eye-catching and beautiful at the same time. In the 1985 MJ Prism Jewel, you genuinely have candy for the eyes.

“Authentic Prism Jewel cards carry a lot of value,” said Eric Norton of Beckett Media. “It’s something that’s been duplicated and forged, so you’ve got to be careful on those.

 

3. 1985 Nike Promo (No Number)

1985 nike promo michael jordan

Here you go, classic MJ at the time that his legend was preparing to take flight. It’s throwback Thursday every day that you look at this card, one that will cost you thousands to acquire.

It’s easy to see the appeal as this is both a photo and a design that gets back to the roots. First off, you’ve got the classic mid-air pose, with the legs spread to give the entire figure of Jordan in action a triangular shape of sorts.

This image inspired the Jumpman logo, and it’s far from the only iconic imagery present here. In the background, you have part of the Chicago skyline at dusk, with the then world’s tallest building, the Sears Tower (today known as Willis Tower), visible on the left.

You can faintly see the Standard Oil Building and the John Hancock Center too, but this image reminds just how much more the Chicago skyline/cityscape has been built up since then.

I think the 1985 MJ Nike Promo is my favorite MJ card of all time… Because I’m a sneakerhead and there’s so much going on there for sneakerheads, for basketball fans, for Jordan fans- it’s a really cool card. – Bernie Kosar

In the top left, the very first Air Jordan logo appears, preluding the start of the world’s most iconic sneaker brand. This one was reprinted and re-released in 1993 as part of a Nike ad series.

 

4. 1987 Fleer Basketball Card #59

The follow-up edition to the most critical basketball card of all time, this card is simple in its design, but the simplicity makes it unique.

The font is the super late ’80s, evoking the shoot them up to film “Robocop,” and the photo of His Airness reflects his extremely competitive, all-business, all the time approach.

PRO-TIP: When buying Michael Jordan high-valued basketball cards it’s OK to purchase lower graded cards i.e. down to a PSA 5.

It’s kind of funny to see him listed as “Guard-Forward,” though, as most of us remember him as two guards or shooting guard only.

Getting your hands on one of these will set you back a pretty penny. High-graded versions of this card go for the same price as a top-end, high-performance import luxury automobile.

 

5. 1992 Upper Deck International #23/#118

Our 5th overall Michael Jordan basketball card pick may come as a surprise to some. Still, many old-timers will remember this one as many feel this is Michael Jordan’s top base card.

The 1992 Upper Deck Michael Jordan base card is truly a satisfying card at all points. It is an excellent value play for those looking to spend a little and get a lot.

The 1992 Upper Deck Michael Jordan card is not only one of the most popular of all his cards but, in our opinion, one of the best looking if not the best. The 1992 UD MJ base card has an effortless yet powerful presence. It somewhat reminds us of the classic 2011 Mike Trout Topps Update baseball card.

GOLD CARD PRO-TIP: The 1992 Michael Jordan Upper Deck basketball card may be looked at as one of the more undervalued basketball cards in the hobby 10 years from now (non-rookie).

 

6. 1997 Upper Deck Game Jerseys HOF Patch Auto #GJ13

One of the more essential and iconic issues on this list is the first Jordan card with a jersey patch. In the mid to late ’90s, we saw cardmakers adding little bells and whistles such as these, with Upper Deck often leading the way.

This 1997 card features a game-used jersey worn by Jordan during the NBA All-Star game five years earlier. Please make no mistake about it, the focus of this card is the cloth, and while Jordan is, of course, the star, it’s the patch that steals the show here.

 

7. 1997 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems /10 #23

Another offering from Skybox provides background art as eye-catching as the photo of the subject matter, Michael Jordan Metal Universe Precious Gems Green.

The first ten cards in this series of star players only had a green foil base, while the rest were red.

The 1997 Metal Universe Basketball was the first time the popular Precious Metal Gems cards made their debut. Breathtaking, to say the least, the cards also convey a sense of movement combined with rage.

The basketball MJ holds up appears to be leaving a vapor trail, possibly with some smoke and fire involved as well.

 

8. 1997 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems PMG Red /90 #23

The red parallel to the card listed above is far superior, at least in my eyes, because this is the color synonymous with the Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls). Whenever you’ve seen a heroic image of Jordan in the Bull’s heyday, it typically has a red background like this. Plus the ROI is nice and juicy as well.

It’s also a deep, pure fire engine red, matching the #23 and the team font on the jersey. I actually prefer the MJ Precious Gems red over the green, but the difference between the value can quickly erase that.

This card was when Jordan peaked his powers, leading the 72-10 team to the first 70-win season in pro basketball history and the fifth of their six NBA titles. It’s a beautiful and rare card, but it’s worth the price of admission.

 

9. 1991 Upper Deck Baseball Card #SP1

Not only did we include one of the more popular Jordan cards of all time, but we also had the gall to place it within the top 10, clocking in at number nine.

The 1991 Michael Jordan Upper Deck Baseball Card is famous, but it has to be one of the more recognized trading cards on the planet.

We’re not saying it is close to equal footing with the behemoths such as the 1989 Ken Griffey Jr. Upper Deck RC and Honus Wagner T206. However, we would say it could be in the top 20 and certainly without a doubt in the top 50.

The 1991 Michael Jordan UD Baseball Card is thought to be one of the more popular cards on the planet, ranking right up there with 89 Griffey Jr. UD and the world’s most valuable card (if it was sold today) the Honus Wagner T206.

Also helping its cause is the scarcity of the card at PSA 10 grades, and to our knowledge, there is only ONE BGS 10 Black Lable (photo above).

According to people who track these things, you can expect to pull the 1991 Michael Jordan UD baseball card in one of three hobby boxes which are pretty rare for the Junk Wax days. So not only is it popular, but it’s scarce in particular at ultra-high grades.

Finally, the MJ UD baseball card made our illustrious top 10 due to the long-term, future return on investment (ROI).

We feel the notorious 1991 Jordan UD baseball card will only grow in popularity and become somewhat of a fanboy favorite. Load up on these bad boys while you still can because they are going back up.

 

10. 1984 Star Company #101

Some consider the 1984 Star Company Michael Jordan XRC #101 to be Jordan’s true RC as it’s his earliest basketball card. Distributed only at the home NBA arenas, the Star basketball card brand never took hold.

Still, this card will cost you a few grand if it’s in top condition and five figures if you can find a PSA 10.

This one comes in an all-red background, matching the photo, which conveys Jordan again in the red Bulls away shirt. There is also a Rookie of the Year (#288) and Team USA 1984 Summer Olympics (#195) variant.

Star was never mainstream like Fleer, so some consider it a lesser rookie card or not an actual mainstream basketball card.

We never truly bought into this and always have a soft spot for these types of cards in all sports.

No, that is not a typo or made-up hype, although we wouldn’t blame you for thinking that way.

The PSA 10 graded Michael Jordan Fleer rookie card had a mind-blowing 46,000% ROI in 11 months between March of 2019 to January 2021.

Examples like these are what made us look into sports cards as a legitimate form of investing. Please note, in fairness, the 2/11/2021 sale was at the peak of “Jordan Mania” as the Jordan “Last Dance” ESPN documentary was just released.

Most recently, the 86′ MJ Fleer RC with a PSA 10 grade has sold for $270,000. But even if you went with today’s PSA 10 value, the ROI is still insane and superior to just about any other investment.

MJ is bigger than life and is a true living legend, possibly the most influential person on planet earth. If Michael Jordan’s basketball cards and, in particular, his rookie cards are not a part of your sports card investment portfolio, please correct this error immediately.

 

1997 Skybox Premium Star Rubies #235

A minimal production run of just 50 cards means that this is pretty scarce and one that’s hard to find in mint condition due to the surface (based on foil) being rather sensitive.

However, the card stock is very thick and robust and supports a powerful and unique image.

Skybox was a brand that replaced background images behind the player photo with art, a concept that was pretty revolutionary back in the day.

The idea can be polarizing, and it all depends on the art with which the beauty is in the beholder’s eye. Related: Top Michael Jordan North Carolina Basketball Cards.

 

12. 1992 Upper Deck Fanimation French International Version #506

“I am the Mike Jordan of recording,” states Jay-Z. The Rap genre is a medium that is based on bragging, boasting, and sh*t talking, so it only makes sense that rappers would reference His Airness, the G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) in basketball, and we’ll never anyone like him again.

We also have great respect when a card company tries something new and it looks good. Much is the case with the 1992 Upper Deck Fanimation basketball card, bravo Upper Deck.

So here we have the most unique Michael Jordan basketball rookie card in his 1992 Upper Deck Fanimation French International card (also EXTREMELY RARE at high grades i.e. PSA 10, SGC 10).

Stunning, beautiful, a true work of art. Those words only mildly describe the magnificence nature of this Jordan card.

Upper Deck taking a risk and coming out great on the other side is nothing new as they have a knack for design.

In other words, the 1992 Upper Deck MJ French Fanimation has a ton going for it and it brings just about everything to the table.

Please note the standard version is numbered #506.

 

13. 2003 UD Exquisite Collection Limited Logos Patch Auto #AP-MJ

It’s a nice triptych layout, and design here as the three segments are all evenly distributed. The pleasant symmetry complements the outstanding balance in color.

This card does for black what the 1997 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems does for the color red.

The black alternate Bulls jerseys were sharp and underrated, and we didn’t see them until the dynasty days.

This card, part of the Upper Deck Exquisite Collection, is stellar enough to match those tank tops. With an autograph, jersey patch, silver seal, and an elite in action photo of Jordan, this is one card that has it all.

And it has it all in the right amount; it’s not too busy and not too sparse.

 

14. 1997 Metal Universe Championship Precious Metal Gems 

One of the best-looking Michael Jordan basketball cards on our top 50 list comes from the once-popular 1997 Metal Universe trading cards.

A gorgeous card with a breathtaking photo of the Windy City in the backdrop, what a basketball town Chicago once was.

It conveys a sense of movement, and the ball MJ dunks the ball in his white Bulls jersey, a true masterpiece.

 

15. 2000 Ultimate Collection Signatures Gold Auto /25 #MJ-G

Much like the focus of the last two cards is the jersey patch, this one is all about the signature. It’s a very tastefully designed card, which features a stamped number at the right edge of the image area denoting the serial number.

There are only 25 of these cards in the entire world, so as you might expect, each one costs a boatload. The Jordan signatures appear in flawless blue ink against a white horizontal box in a clean look.

Overall, the card itself is immaculate, with a good balance of negative and positive space. If this issue were an outfit, it would be “put together well.” It’s easy to understand why there is such a premium to pay for this card.

 

16. 1997 UD3 Season Ticket Auto #MJ

The UD3 Michael Jordan card is one of his more unique cards and comes complete with auto.

Just make sure you don’t give it to a ticket taker at the next Bulls home gam

 

17. 2003 Exquisite Collection Limited Logos #MJ

A very unconventional-looking card in that the primary focus is the jersey segment, and the secondary focus is the autograph.

It’s rare for a card to shift its focus away from the player himself, but that’s exactly what we have here.

This was the inaugural edition of the Exquisite Collection, a series that certainly evokes the high end of luxury, and this specific card accurately conveys all of that.

 

18. 1997 E-X2001 Jambalaya #6

As the name Jambalaya implies, this card brings a New Orleans feel and style.

You’ve got this wild, flashy oval design with some of the colors associated with NOLA. Does the wavy, foil background make it a standout? Or an eyesore?

Everyone’s opinion is different but you can’t deny it is one of the more popular Jordan cards and has been a great investment over the last 5 years.

Plus we can all agree that the “JAMBALAYA” basketball cards are scarce, and given that, they come at a premium price.

With an insert ratio of 1:720 packs, in a set of just 15, you need mad cheddar to get your hands on one of these cards. Of course, money can’t buy taste! Sorry, while I respect the value of this card, I find it unsightly.

 

19. 1988 Fleer Sticker #7

The 1988 MJ Fleer Sticker basketball card is no joke and one that the lucky viewer will never forget.

Jumps of the card and slaps you in the face with its distinctive design and unique layout. It overdoes it a bit with the stars.

But it looked fantastic in the late ’80s when you’re ten years old. It also throws back to the time that Jordan was known for sticking his tongue out while in action; or the cameras often catching him at a time when his tongue was wagging.

Seriously, Millenials and younger don’t remember this. Still, it was a fundamental identifying trait of Jordan, the individual brand during the time that was an NBA superstar but hadn’t won an NBA title yet.

20. 1996 SPX #8

A very rare issue with a unique design. Typically, you don’t see a card with the middle sticking out well beyond the borders, as this one does, and with a round design.

We’re used to perfect rectangles, whether they’re horizontal or vertical. Another unique facet is the already rounded corners.

Just making the top 20 is the 1996 SPX Michael Jordan basketball card – action photo, yearbook style photo, autograph, this bad boy of a card pulls all of it together nicely.

Almost all cards have perfect 90-degree angle corners. If the fine point is gone, with the corners rounded, the value seriously diminishes, but in this case, that rule doesn’t apply.

It’s a lovely card to look at, though with the metallic background, the way that metal theme works in synchronicity with the holographic images in the back and the foreground image.

21. 1998 Hoops Slam Bams #1

An interesting issue because it features three main photos that all compete for the center of your attention. Jordan is pictured in the black alternate jersey in what appears to be grabbing a rebound.

You also have one moderately sized headshot and another, more oversized headshot in the background. It’s all a bit much, as it’s distracting, but the color scheme is savage. It’s a unique look with black and gold fusing together. Still, visual imagery gets lost in the lettering, as the font chosen isn’t so clear.

 

22. 1998 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems /50 #1

In 1996, 97, 98, cards start getting numbered to 100 or less (per set),” said Beckett grading expert Eric Norton.

And that’s where your huge value comes in like the Precious Metal Gems, there’s only a 100 of those, and you have to know whether the first ten are red or green- that carries a lot of weight.

This issue is pretty remarkable in the way it’s captured Jordan’s visage- presumably making one of the game-winning shots in crunch time that his career was synonymous with.

The metallic theme background makes his moment of elevation seem even more majestic just before the release point.

You even have opposing defender Kenyon Martin of the Minnesota Timberwolves attempting, in total futility, to guard Jordan, which adds to the card’s glorious effect.

 

23. 2005 Ultimate Collection All-Stars Auto /14 # ASMJ

Serially numbered out of a set of just 14, these cards are rarified air, just like the legend and CV of His Airness himself. Horizontals are unique, but when they’re executed correctly, as this one is, they can make for a beautiful card. And this card does live up to its billing as the “Ultimate.”

The signature announces its arrival with authority. Plus, the hardwood imagery in the background merges with the Bull’s colors of red, black, and white perfectly. As you might expect, it’s pricey.

“Michael Jordan, specifically, is a great investment if you can afford him,” said Eric Norton of Beckett.

“He is who he is, and to me, that’s the greatest basketball player of all time, and his cards are not cheap.”

 

24. 1998 SkyBox Thunder Noyz Boyz #9

Remember when pluralizing with a Z first started in the early 1990s?

Replacing an S with a Z first started in the early ’90s to denote something had street cred, and by the late ’90s, it was a mainstream corporate trend.

If you go to a Chicago Bulls home game at the United Center these days, you’ll find that the practice is omnipresent. The concept dominates the layout of this card, as it overshadows everything else about this issue.

Skybox was always known for constantly pushing the envelope since the beginning, and this card certainly does that. The orange hue evokes the hardwood, and it works well when juxtaposed with the black.

It’s not the most fabulous-looking card, in my opinion, but it’s not the worst either. And if you want a PSA 9 or 10, well, you might have to spend about $15,000-$20,000.

 

25. 1986 Fleer Sticker Michael Jordan #8

If you have your heart set on a Jordan Fleer card from the 1986 set but don’t have the budget for the big one, there is always the Fleer sticker but we would advise against it.

This tough card to find is in top-tier condition and is still pricey for the average sports card investor. We feel the money you must have to purchase the 86′ Jordan Fleer RC #8 can be used better on another Jordan basketball card or a combo of MJ cards.

For example, instead of dropping $70,000 to $90,000 on a 86 Fleer Sticker, we would invest in the 1985 Prism Jewel and still have 20k or 30k to spend elsewhere.

 

Michael Jordan Rookie Year Stats (Mind-Blowing)

In just his first year Jordan averages 28.2 points per game to go along with 5.9 assists, and 6.5 rebounds. Let’s compare Michael Jordan’s rookie year stats to the modern-day greats in LeBron James and Luka Doncic’s rookie years.

 

LeBron James Rookie Year Stats: 79 games, 20.9 points per game, 5.9 assists, and 5.5 rebounds.

 

Luka Doncic Rookie Year Stats: 72 games, 21.2 points per game, 6.0 assists, and 7.8 rebounds.

 

Kings James is a noticeable number three in the above race. Luka has slightly better assists and rebounding numbers than MJ. However, Jordan blows Luka’s point per game average out of the water, leaving Michael the clear winner.

 

 

26. 1987 Fleer Sticker #2

Not as expensive as his card from this set, but very pricey nonetheless. If you have a high PSA graded version of this sticker, you can quickly sell it and get yourself a nice down payment on a house with it.

The red, white, and blue star-spangled design make it Independence Day or Flag Day every day. Still, the pandering to patriotism in the background comes with a price.

The lettering is way too tiny and hardly legible. Yes, this is Michael Jordan, so you know who you’re looking at without the title card, but this had to have been a massive problem for other players in the set.

 

27. 1996 Metal Net-Rageous #5

Another card, like the Noyz Boyz, in which the title of the card dominates everything else about it.

This is basically what would happen if you took the opening credits/logo for the late ’80s/early ’90s sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and made it into a Michael Jordan card.

In my opinion, it’s hideous, but I am well aware that many feel the polar opposite in regards to this card.

That said, I do have a lot of respect for anything that truly defies convention, and you’ll never find another card with a shape as original and unique as this.

The die-cut metal makes it a great card to any purveyor of oddities, and like almost every other card on this list, it’ll set you back a bit if you want to get your hands on it.

 

28. 1998 SP Authentic Sign Of The Times Gold AUTO # MJ

This issue is undoubtedly among the most desired and essential early autographed cards. The 1998 SP production went with serial numbering their base cards to 3500, and they included a few highly special subsets. As a result, this specific Jordan basketball card is super rare at high grades and is priced accordingly.

There are collectors out there who have been chasing Jordan for a long time,” said Norton. “And there are collectors who are just trying to get into chasing Jordan, and they’re probably priced out of the market already.

“You got to have a lot of cash behind you to be able to collect Jordan in the way you would to invest.”

 

29. 1992 Fleer Total D #5

Nowhere near as expensive as most of the other cards on this list. It goes to show you how much undervalued defense is.

As the name “Total D” implies, it’s a card that showcases players in action on the defensive end of the court and that doesn’t sell tickets, as the cliche goes.

Not only was Jordan one of the best offensive threats the game has ever seen but he also played world-class defense and locked down the opponent’s best player over, and over, and over again.

The other side of the cliche is that “defense wins championships,” and that is something Jordan and the Bulls did. Defending doesn’t bring with it the flashy kind of statistics that playing offense does.

Hence, general interest in it is lower, but this is still a very aesthetically pleasing card, more so than some of the pricier cards on this list. It’s a bold design, unique, but it works.

 

30. 1997 N.B.A. Hoops High Voltage 500 #HV14

Another rare edition that took flight in price during “The Last Dance” is tough to find and comes at a premium in price.

It’s a bizarre card, though, as the background feels like it’s trying to mesmerize you. It’s a bit of an eyesore as the black and white swirl clashes with the foreground image.

Not only is the base imagery confusing, but the font is also hard to read, as the words and letters clutter together.

I don’t know some people must like it, though, because it’s a costly issue for a reason.

 

31. 1997 Fleer Thrill Seekers #7

Weird, different, but interesting. The swirling spirographs and the metallic imagery they denote are unique but not overtly so that it distracts you from the focus of the card/Jordan’s foreground image.

The X and Y axis lines in the card coalesce with the spirographs to make you think you’re back in high school geometry class. But it does provide a nice quasi-3D effect as if His Airness is coming out of the card at you, but the “Thrill Seekers” moniker is a little busy and hard to read.

There was probably a better way to execute that, but then again, who am I to argue with a card that might cost you ten grand to get your hands on.

 

32. 1996 Flair Showcase Legacy Collection Row 0 /150 #23

“The Flair Legacy Showcase, Row is what you’re looking for,” said Eric Norton of Beckett. “Anything from that era, Michael Jordan, numbered 100 or less- that’s a hard pull and a lot of money on the secondary market.

“Just had one in the office a couple of weeks ago, probably a $15,000 card, just sitting raw, it was getting released, getting a reslab. It was 9.5; it was awesome.”

Indeed it is an excellent card, and I love the tile mosaic look or the feeling that evokes with the layout and design. It’s a card that can easily be eye-catching without trying too hard.

 

33. 2003 SP Authentic Dual Michael Jordan & LeBron James # JJA

In the words of the American poet Shawn Carter (rapper Jay-Z) “Mami in the zone like the homie two-three Jordan or James, makes no difference We all balling the same.”

Here you have the changing of the guard in the GOAT conversation, and they both wore #23 at this moment in time.

Not just the two greatest basketball players of all time but perhaps the two greatest individual brands in all of sport.

A few dual autograph offerings exist, but very few exist that feature a rookie LeBron combined with on-card signatures.

It’s a very stately design and layout, scarce and highly sought after for obvious reasons—one of the most important cards of the 2000s.

 

34. 1994 Fleer Ultra Scoring Kings #5

The high demand for this card means that it regularly sells for considerably much more than book value on eBay.

And it’s easy to see why given its unique style and presentation. It’s a card that’s considered a must-have for any big-time Michael Jordan card collector.

The lighting makes the card scream out at you to stand up and take notice.

It’s the most eye-catching aspect, while the Scoring Kings logo could probably stand to be modified a bit.

In this card, it’s a little too big, making the card kind of busy overall.

Just be aware that it is a foil card, almost 20 years old, so mint copies are scarce due to the dark foil’s easy chipping.

 

35. 1996 Skybox E-X2000 Credentials #9

The good thing about this card is that it’s the perfect issue for someone who loves the “Air Jordan” or “His Airness” nicknames for #23, as it shows him soaring among the clouds and sky.

The gold background is classy too, adds a nice touch.

The bad thing about this card is that you can barely read the name and title, as Skybox didn’t think this one through enough regarding the color scheme.

Yes, you know it’s MJ, but it would still be nice the billing was more legible. One of the more affordable cards on this list, but there are parallels to it that are insanely expensive.

36. 1998 Skybox Molten Metal Fusion /250 #41

A unique issue with a clever design uses “titanium supernatural fusion” to provide the metallic theme.

George Seurat would be proud of the pointillism technique employed with the black holes in the background to convey the larger image of Jordan’s head, coalescing with the foreground image of Jordan’s in-game action.

What makes this such a unique offering is that those holes mentioned above really tell a story here.

On the back of the card, you get to see the reverse of the front.

Unlike anything else I’ve ever seen from other sports cards, you can’t get the whole experience unless you Google images it. Those two pictures will tell a thousand words each.

37. 1998 Topps East-West Refractor Michael Jordan & Kobe Bryant #EW5

It’s east vs. west, but it’s not an American bicoastal hip-hop beef. Instead, we’re going global with Jordan’s image emblazoned upon a map of the Eastern hemisphere while Kobe’s visage is on the back, covering the western hemisphere.

Issued just a couple of years after refractor technology was starting to take off. The innovation is perfect for a card of this changing of the guard theme and two-sided genre. As you might expect, Kobe’s unexpected, tragic passing led to a surge in the value of his cards, and this one is no exception.

When Bryant perished in a freak helicopter accident in 2020, it shook us all, including those disinterested in sports. Collecting his cards or any of his other memorabilia items is one way we can still carry his memory in our hearts and minds.

Thus, if you’re a collector of both Jordan and Bryant, then maybe this is the card for you.

38. 2004 Kobe Bryant Michael Jordan SP Signature Edition Dual Auto /25 #BJ

Here is another Jordan basketball card for Kobe Bryant and MJ fanboys. The signature edition series is always highly coveted, and this issue is certainly no exception.

The two images work well in synchronicity, and it brings balance to the force.

Elegant and stately, the design reflects the scarcity of the issue, as only 25 of these were produced.

A BGS 9 graded edition of this card just went for over $30,000 on eBay, and that’s par for the course when it comes to an issue this rare and unique.

39. 1993 Aerospace Nike #7

With the “Space Jam” reboot trending among entertainment news websites, there is a market out there for products harkening back to the original. While this is not Space Jam-related issue, it’s hard to look at this and not think about that film, given it’s a Jordan card.

It’s a bit weird looking, as this is the only card on our list where Jordan looks like he’s acting/hamming it up. In all the other photos, he comes off quite natural.

The card feels like what would happen if somebody tried to reboot card #3 on this list, the 1985 Nike Promo rookie card, replacing the Chicago backdrop with space.

Except everything that worked in that issue failed here.

 

40. 2007 UD Chronology Stitches In Time Game-used Jersey 18/99

It will cost you a pretty penny to get your hands on one of these, and that’s understandable, given what an attractive card this is. The layout is perfect for drawing attention to the two jersey patches, and that’s a formidable task given how those patches must compete with the Jordan photo.

However, the borders and lines draw attention to the patches in a manner that flows naturally.

The inscription on the back begins with the term “congratulations,” and that says it all about this card.

Everything that follows certainly flows naturally from that one word. If you own this card, you are likely quite fortunate because you are probably at a good place in life right now.

 

41. 1995 Finest Mystery Borderless Refractor #M1

The 1995 Michael Jordan Finest Mystery card is a classic example of how and why Topps might be the best in the hobby for layout and design.

It’s a clean, fresh look with a lot of symmetry and balance. The card was produced when refractor technology was first starting to take off. This card was an issue that genuinely met the moment

The foil technology evoked the surface of a basketball, which works perfectly as a backdrop to His Airness when his Jordans popularity was peaking.

This card was issued when Jordan had come back from his inexplicable, bizarre baseball sabbatical, and it wasn’t long after this card came out that MJ was back to his true self again.

Topps isn’t synonymous with basketball, but this is one of their better hardwood efforts (check out our picks for the Greatest Topps baseball cards of all time).

 

42. 1998 Fleer Electrifying Basketball Card #6

I’ll just apologize right now to anyone who likes this card, but sorry, I find this hideous. The lightning and the background pattern overshadow the #23 in the action shot.

The card is challenging to read regarding the “electrifying” and “Michael Jordan” wording. The lettering is small and has too much to overcome in the background.

Still, it’s a scarce issue, so no matter what I seem to think about its aesthetics, this is an expensive card to obtain.

But if you don’t have many nice things to say, well, then move on to the next card, right?

 

43. 1997 Topps Chrome Shooting Stars Refractors

Another refractor that pushes the boundaries when it comes to visual presentation. It’s a bold, unique concept as the background features basketballs floating about as if they’re satellites in orbit or stars out in space. 

For Topps, a brand that often plays it more conservative with its designs and layouts, this is a more unconventional look.

The lettering and backdrop certainly evoke “Space Jam,” like a couple of previous cards mentioned on this list. And with the reboot of that film a trending topic right now, it should only serve to increase in this card, which is plenty pricy, to begin with.

 

44. 1996 Bowman’s Best Honor Roll Atomic Refractor #hr2

The 1996 Michael Jordan Bowman’s Best Honor Roll basketball card is a bit of an eyesore at worst, kind of wild in design at best.

There are refractors, and then there are atomic refractors, and the best way to explain the difference is to look at this card.

It’s got a unique shape, only the second on this list that doesn’t have a traditional rectangle, and whether you like that trait or not, you must respect it.

That originality is reflected in demand, and hence the price.

 

45. 1997 Skybox Premium Thunder & Lightning

Another eye-catching design that pushes the envelope, it’s a card that’s certain to appeal to meteorological buffs everywhere.

It’s unique in that the figure of Jordan is outlined and then placed into the backdrop of the card, which depicts a very stormy sky.

Roots or “cracks” then radiate from MJ, giving it all a sort of 3D feels or indicating movement.

It will cost you well over a grand to get one of these, if it’s in top condition, on eBay, and it’s easy to understand why.

A true one-of-a-kind.

 

46. 1997 Skybox Premium Golden Touch #GT1

Here is another unique Michael Jordan card with a distinctive shape that employs a hexagon and oval shape instead of a rectangle, making it instantly stand out.

This card requires a particular taste. Skybox has always been a brand that does things in its distinct way, which is very unconventional.

It’s a little on the busy side with lettering in the background that is so dominant that it takes over the foreground image.

The card feels more like a poster where the font is the star, not the athlete.

I could probably do without the basketball in the middle too. Still a premium card, however, and a mint edition comes at a premium price.

 

47. 2008 UD Legacy GU Jersey patch /23 6 Champions 1990s

The 2008 UD Legacy Jersey Michael Jordan Patch card is a thing of beauty, which supports my opinion that Upper Deck is one of the best if not the best brand of all time for design, durability, and layout.

If you go to a Bulls home game these days, you might think the franchise is stuck in the 1990s (at least when it comes to the atmosphere, music, and promotions), and it’s easy to understand why.

 

48. 1997 Topps Rock Stars Refractor # RS1

An example of refractor technology in action at its finest is a card that must be seen in person to be appreciated.

You can’t capture its essence in a photo posted online.

It’s the die-cut reflective foil and the overall shape that’s special and eye-catching about this card because the theme, graphics, and font all seem kind of “Flintstones” to me (that’s not a compliment).

 

49. 1993 Finest Refractor #1

Very similar to the card below, except the photo is a bit strange and on a weird angle. Whereas in the card above, the Jordan photo is very appropriate and perfectly centered.

Another refractor that has to be seen in real life instead of just photographed, the colors are very eye-catching, almost mesmerizing.

A PSA 9 or 10 will cost you a few thousand dollars, at minimum, and that’s understandable as this was one of the cards that led the way in refractor technology for hoops cards.

 

50. 1996 Flair Showcase Hot Shots Die-Cut #1

The Die-Cut Jordan basketball card is one of the top-designed die-cut cards in the hobby and a solid long-term investment for your sports card investing portfolio.

Any Flair Showcase Michael Jordan card is unique.  In this one, they developed a card that features all the curves and sharp points, which require you to do your due diligence before picking up a copy.

You got to make sure the ends and corners are all sharp before splashing the cash on one of these. It’s a great showpiece card that’s more moderately and middle of the range in price. If you can afford it, it’s a reasonable price.

 

Rookie Card Checklist

Below you will find the most inclusive Michael Jordan rookie card checklist known to man.

You would be surprised how Jordan rookie cards are out there, mainly due to the Star brand.

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  • 1984 Star Company XRC Michael Jordan RC #101
  • 1984 Star Michael Jordan RC #288
  • 1984 Chicago Bulls Pocket Schedule Michael Jordan Photo
  • 1985 Star ROY Michael Jordan RC #1
  • 1985 Star Michael Jordan RC #6
  • 1985 Star Gatorade Slam Dunk Michael Jordan RC #7
  • 1985 Star Michael Jordan RC #8
  • 1985 Star Basketball Michael Jordan RC #117
  • 1985 Star Crunch N’ Munch All-Stars Michael Jordan RC #41985 Star Last Rookie of the Year Set Michael Jordan RC #11/11
  • 1985 Star Court Kings Michael Jordan RC
  • 1985 Star Slam Dunk Super 5×7 Micahel Jordan RC #
  • 1985 Nike Promo Michael Jordan RC
  • 1985 Bulls Interlake Michael Jordan RC #1
  • 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan RC #5
  • 1986 Fleer Sticker Michael Jordan RC #8
  • 1986 Star Michael Jordan RC #1, 2, 5, 6, 10
  • 1986 Star Cour King Michael Jordan RC #18

 

Values and Availability

Most Valuable Michael Jordan Autograph Card?

Most Valuable Michael Jordan Rookie Card?

His 1986 Fleer RC #57 is his most expensive rookie card. The amount of this card has fluctuated greatly over the last several years. On average a PSA 10 of this Michael Jordan rookie cards sells for around $300,000, though it has sold for as much as $700,000+.

Most Valuable Michael Jordan Autograph Card?

The 1997 Upper Deck Game Jerseys Michael Jordan #GJ13S is the most expensive Michael Jordan autograph basketball card. 

On 2/4/2021 a PSA 7 sold for $1,440,000.

Most Valuable Michael Jordan Basketball Card (Non-Rookie)?

The 1997 Upper Deck Game Jerseys Michael Jordan #GJ13S is the most expensive MJ basketball card. 

If you are struggling to obtain a value of your Michael Jordan basketball card please email us at info@courtinggreatness.com.

 

The Best Places To Sell Michael Jordan Cards?

eBay

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StockX

A new rival to eBay.

Good effort and a worthwhile site to register for but eBay is still the king.

 

Michael Jordan Baseball Upper Deck Cards?

Why in the world are there Michael Jordan baseball cards?

Well its a long, complicated story but in summary MJ baseball cards came about due to his retirtment from the NBA.

But why did Michael Jordan retire from basketball at the height of his career?

Theory One

Jordan had a love affair with baseball and so much so he retired from basketball to pursue an MLB career.

MJ was suffering from NBA burnout and had a strong desire to prove he could play Major League Baseball.

Theory Two

Some believe the retirement was actually a secret suspension agreement between Jordan and Stern where Stern told him to simply retire. This would benefit both the NBA and Jordan as his huge marketable name would stay clean.

Why was MJ suspended?

Gambling.

Accusations abound that Jordan was indeed betting on basketball games. This broke a sacred, unwritten rule for all professional athletes, that they were not allowed to bet on games.

The Truth?

This is a hard one but we feel that the gambling theory could very well be true for three reasons.

  1. Why would MJ retire at the height of his career?
  2. Michael wanted to be known as the best of all time, and retiring for two years would, without a doubt, hurt his chances of accomplishing this feat.
  3. People much closer to the story believe the secret suspension agreement is the more likely reason.

Michael Jordan Baseball Stats (Barons)

  •  102 games
  • .202 average
  • 3 homers
  • 51 RBI
  • 30 stolen bases
  • 114 strikeouts
  • .555 OPS

Baseball Card Checklist

michael jordan baseball card checklist

  • 1990 SCD Pocket Price Guide #551
  • 1991 Upper Deck Rookie Card #SP1
  • 1994 Upper Deck Star Rookie Electric Diamond #19
  • 1994 Fleer Procards #633
  • 1994 Upper Deck Collectors Choice #661
  • 1994 Action Packed #51
  • 1994 UD Top Prospect #45
  • 1995 Collector’s Choice #500

 

Related Players Best Cards

The following players either played with Michael Jordan or are compared to him in terms of greatness.

1997 Scottie Pippen Skybox E-X2001 Essential Credentials Future #11

1997 Scottie Pippen Skybox E-X2001 Essential Credentials Future

Pippen was a great player in his own right and was the perfect wing man to Jordan through all his championship runs.

1997 Kobe Bryant Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems Emerald

1997 Kobe Bryant Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems Emerald

The closest to greatness in our opinion to MJ was Kobe. The “Black Mamba” sadly passed away on  Jan. 26, 2020, along with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.

2003 Exquisite Collection LeBron James RC #78

2003 Exquisite Collection LeBron James RC #78

Some feel LeBron is the best player to ever grace the NBA courts.

Note to those people: Your nuts and LeBron isn’t even number two. But we wouldn’t mind having the above card in our safety deposit box.

1981 Topps Magic Johnson RC #21

1981 Topps Magic Johnson

Magic is a legit argument when it comes to a 1A to Michael Jordans 1.

You will even find some misguided writers (Andrew Schiff) who feel Magic is bettet than Michael (see Magic Johnson Was The Greatest: Sorry Michael Jordan).

 

Investment Outlook

Will the value of Jordan cards keep on rising? It all depends on if Jordan, the individual brand, keeps adding value.

ESPN moved up the release date of “The Last Dance” to coincide with the most stringent lockdowns of the covid-19 pandemic, at a time when there were absolutely no sports going on at all. The quarantine experience was at its worst.

Best Overall: 1986 Fleer RC #23

Best High-Value: 1997 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems Green /10 #23

Best Budget: 1992 Upper Deck #23

This perfect storm of events, in which the hobby saw levels of interest that hadn’t been seen in years, helped drive the Jordan Fleercard value up exponentially.

As we mentioned before, the 46,000% return on investment in less than a year is straight-up bonkers (1986 MJ Fleer RC #23). Even the best penny stocks don’t touch those numbers (usually).

Growth like that is not sustainable, and MJ card prices have since decreased but are still way up from just three years ago. The million-dollar question is did they drop enough, and is it now a good buying opportunity.

Attempting to time a sports cards purchase is just as hard as a Wall Street trader doing the same with Wal-Mart stock futures and should not be attempted by 99% of the population.

As the old saying goes, “don’t try to catch a falling knife,” which occurs when an investor tries to catch the knife aka stock aka Michael Jordan Fleer RC, by attempting to buy it at or near its low point. The results, often than not, are disastrous.

But while the value of Jordan cards may have decreased from recent highs, it doesn’t mean you should avoid investing in them.

Michael Jordan basketball/rookie cards are the rare card that you should buy one or two annually. Our advice is to pick one month and buy an MJ card, then six or twelve months later do the same.

This method will maximize your ROI when it comes to stockpiling quite possibly the best investment in the entire world. Michael Jordan high-grade basketball cards.

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2021-22 Donruss Optic Basketball: Checklist, Top 10 Cards, Values

The  2021-22 Donruss Optic Basketball Box Set is available for sale at Target (10/5/2022) and Fanatics (10/12/2022).

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The Purple Pulsar parallels are only available at Target while the Green Pulsar parallels are only available at Fanatics.

10 Best 2021 Donruss Optic Rated Basketball Rookie Cards

  1. 2021 Franz Wagner Donruss Optic Rated Rookie RC #185
  2. 2021 Cade Cunningham Donruss Optic Auto RC #161
  3. 2021 Luka Doncic #101
  4. 2021 Jonathan Kuminga Donruss Optic Rated Rookie Auto #190
  5. 2021 Josh Giddey Donruss Optic Rated Rookie RC #152

 

10 Most Valuable 2021 Donruss Optic Basketball Cards

  1. 2021 Cade Cunningham Donruss Optic Blue Auto Rated Rookie 2/49 Jersey Match RC #161 – $8,500 – 61 bids – 9/7/2022
  2. 2021 Cade Cunningham Donruss Optic Gold RC 09/10 RC #161 – $6,989 – 39 bids – 10/9/2022
  3. 2021 Jonathan Kuminga Donurss Optic Rated Rookie Autograph Auto Gold /10 #190 – $4,751 – 38 bids – 9/29-2022
  4. 2021 Franz Wagner Panini Optic Rated Rookie Gold Prizm Auto 2/10 #185 – $4,559 – 18 bids – 9/23/2022
  5. 2021 Scottie Barnes Donruss Green Optic 3/5 – $4,500 – 11 bids – 9/21/2022

 

2021 Donruss Optic Basketball Base Checklist

150 cards

1 Fred VanVleet – Toronto Raptors
2 Andre Drummond – Philadelphia 76ers
3 Rudy Gobert – Utah Jazz
4 Derrick White – San Antonio Spurs
5 Kelly Olynyk – Detroit Pistons
6 Kyle Lowry – Miami Heat
7 Michael Porter Jr. – Denver Nuggets
8 Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat
9 Deandre Ayton – Phoenix Suns
10 Paul George – Los Angeles Clippers
11 Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets
12 Isaiah Stewart – Detroit Pistons
13 De’Andre Hunter – Atlanta Hawks
14 Kevin Porter Jr. – Houston Rockets
15 Kyle Kuzma – Washington Wizards
16 Lonnie Walker IV – San Antonio Spurs
17 Patrick Williams – Chicago Bulls
18 Kristaps Porzingis – Dallas Mavericks
19 Jaylen Brown – Boston Celtics
20 Killian Hayes – Detroit Pistons
21 Bryn Forbes – San Antonio Spurs
22 Terry Rozier III – Charlotte Hornets
23 Malcolm Brogdon – Indiana Pacers
24 Wendell Carter Jr. – Orlando Magic
25 Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
26 LaMelo Ball – Charlotte Hornets
27 Darius Bazley – Oklahoma City Thunder
28 DeMar DeRozan – Chicago Bulls
29 Draymond Green – Golden State Warriors
30 Bobby Portis – Milwaukee Bucks
31 Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
32 Bogdan Bogdanovic – Atlanta Hawks
33 Derrick Favors – Oklahoma City Thunder
34 Cameron Johnson – Phoenix Suns
35 Terrence Ross – Orlando Magic
36 Myles Turner – Indiana Pacers
37 Al Horford – Boston Celtics
38 Tyrese Haliburton – Sacramento Kings
39 Bojan Bogdanovic – Utah Jazz
40 Jrue Holiday – Milwaukee Bucks
41 LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers
42 Tim Hardaway Jr. – Dallas Mavericks
43 Jamal Murray – Denver Nuggets
44 T.J. Warren – Indiana Pacers
45 Donovan Mitchell – Utah Jazz
46 Gary Trent Jr. – Toronto Raptors
47 Kemba Walker – New York Knicks
48 Jonathan Isaac – Orlando Magic
49 Kenyon Martin Jr. – Houston Rockets
50 Desmond Bane – Memphis Grizzlies
51 Trae Young – Atlanta Hawks
52 Jusuf Nurkic – Portland Trail Blazers
53 Joe Ingles – Utah Jazz
54 Spencer Dinwiddie – Washington Wizards
55 Eric Gordon – Houston Rockets
56 D’Angelo Russell – Minnesota Timberwolves
57 Collin Sexton – Cleveland Cavaliers
58 Theo Maledon – Oklahoma City Thunder
59 Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets
60 Brandon Ingram – New Orleans Pelicans
61 Will Barton – Denver Nuggets
62 Clint Capela – Atlanta Hawks
63 RJ Barrett – New York Knicks
64 Mitchell Robinson – New York Knicks
65 Darius Garland – Cleveland Cavaliers
66 Marcus Smart – Boston Celtics
67 Victor Oladipo – Miami Heat
68 Ivica Zubac – Los Angeles Clippers
69 Caris LeVert – Indiana Pacers
70 Malik Beasley – Minnesota Timberwolves
71 Jonas Valanciunas – New Orleans Pelicans
72 Terance Mann – Los Angeles Clippers
73 Eric Bledsoe – Los Angeles Clippers
74 Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards
75 Jarrett Allen – Cleveland Cavaliers
76 Russell Westbrook – Los Angeles Lakers
77 Jakob Poeltl – San Antonio Spurs
78 Luguentz Dort – Oklahoma City Thunder
79 Rui Hachimura – Washington Wizards
80 Josh Hart – New Orleans Pelicans
81 Chuma Okeke – Orlando Magic
82 Brandon Clarke – Memphis Grizzlies
83 Anthony Edwards – Minnesota Timberwolves
84 Ben Simmons – Philadelphia 76ers
85 De’Aaron Fox – Sacramento Kings
86 Jordan Clarkson – Utah Jazz
87 Karl-Anthony Towns – Minnesota Timberwolves
88 Joel Embiid – Philadelphia 76ers
89 Duncan Robinson – Miami Heat
90 Donte DiVincenzo – Milwaukee Bucks
91 Seth Curry – Philadelphia 76ers
92 Deni Avdija – Washington Wizards
93 Christian Wood – Houston Rockets
94 Domantas Sabonis – Indiana Pacers
95 Zion Williamson – New Orleans Pelicans
96 Kyrie Irving – Brooklyn Nets
97 Jalen Brunson – Dallas Mavericks
98 Buddy Hield – Sacramento Kings
99 Isaac Okoro – Cleveland Cavaliers
100 Julius Randle – New York Knicks
101 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
102 Blake Griffin – Brooklyn Nets
103 Talen Horton-Tucker – Los Angeles Lakers
104 Richaun Holmes – Sacramento Kings
105 Zach LaVine – Chicago Bulls
106 James Harden – Brooklyn Nets
107 Miles Bridges – Charlotte Hornets
108 Dennis Schroder – Boston Celtics
109 Carmelo Anthony – Los Angeles Lakers
110 PJ Washington Jr. – Charlotte Hornets
111 Harrison Barnes – Sacramento Kings
112 Josh Okogie – Minnesota Timberwolves
113 Andrew Wiggins – Golden State Warriors
114 Lonzo Ball – Chicago Bulls
115 Chris Paul – Phoenix Suns
116 Dejounte Murray – San Antonio Spurs
117 John Wall – Houston Rockets
118 Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers
119 OG Anunoby – Toronto Raptors
120 Devonte’ Graham – New Orleans Pelicans
121 Norman Powell – Portland Trail Blazers
122 Jerami Grant – Detroit Pistons
123 Pascal Siakam – Toronto Raptors
124 Klay Thompson – Golden State Warriors
125 Reggie Bullock – Dallas Mavericks
126 Saddiq Bey – Detroit Pistons
127 Derrick Rose – New York Knicks
128 Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
129 John Collins – Atlanta Hawks
130 Mikal Bridges – Phoenix Suns
131 CJ McCollum – Portland Trail Blazers
132 Gordon Hayward – Charlotte Hornets
133 Anthony Davis – Los Angeles Lakers
134 Ricky Rubio – Cleveland Cavaliers
135 James Wiseman – Golden State Warriors
136 Dillon Brooks – Memphis Grizzlies
137 Steven Adams – Memphis Grizzlies
138 Joe Harris – Brooklyn Nets
139 Goran Dragic – Toronto Raptors
140 Aaron Gordon – Denver Nuggets
141 Nikola Vucevic – Chicago Bulls
142 Devin Booker – Phoenix Suns
143 Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
144 Ja Morant – Memphis Grizzlies
145 Kawhi Leonard – Los Angeles Clippers
146 Cole Anthony – Orlando Magic
147 Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – Oklahoma City Thunder
148 Bam Adebayo – Miami Heat
149 Robert Covington – Portland Trail Blazers
150 Matisse Thybulle – Philadelphia 76ers

 

2021 Donruss Basketball Rated Rookie Checklist

50 cards

  • Green Pulsar (Fanatics)
  • Purple Pulsar (Target)

151 James Bouknight – Charlotte Hornets
152 Josh Giddey – Oklahoma City Thunder
153 Cameron Thomas – Brooklyn Nets
154 Kessler Edwards – Brooklyn Nets
155 Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings
156 Neemias Queta – Sacramento Kings
157 Herbert Jones – New Orleans Pelicans
158 Sharife Cooper – Atlanta Hawks
159 Jalen Green – Houston Rockets
160 Jason Preston – Los Angeles Clippers
161 Cade Cunningham – Detroit Pistons
162 Joshua Primo – San Antonio Spurs
163 Charles Bassey – Philadelphia 76ers
164 Luka Garza – Detroit Pistons
165 Day’Ron Sharpe – Brooklyn Nets
166 Quentin Grimes – New York Knicks
167 Isaiah Jackson – Indiana Pacers
168 Tre Mann – Oklahoma City Thunder
169 Alperen Sengun – Houston Rockets
170 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl – Oklahoma City Thunder
171 Ayo Dosunmu – Chicago Bulls
172 JT Thor – Charlotte Hornets
173 Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers
174 Miles McBride – New York Knicks
175 Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers
176 Santi Aldama – Memphis Grizzlies
177 Isaiah Livers – Detroit Pistons
178 Trey Murphy III – New Orleans Pelicans
179 Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic
180 Joe Wieskamp – San Antonio Spurs
181 Jalen Johnson – Atlanta Hawks
182 Kai Jones – Charlotte Hornets
183 Corey Kispert – Washington Wizards
184 Moses Moody – Golden State Warriors
185 Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic
186 Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors
187 Isaiah Todd – Washington Wizards
188 Usman Garuba – Houston Rockets
189 Brandon Boston Jr. – Los Angeles Clippers
190 Jonathan Kuminga – Golden State Warriors
191 Aaron Wiggins – Oklahoma City Thunder
192 Keon Johnson – Los Angeles Clippers
193 David Johnson – Toronto Raptors
194 Bones Hyland – Denver Nuggets
195 Greg Brown III – Portland Trail Blazers
196 Scottie Lewis – Charlotte Hornets
197 Jaden Springer – Philadelphia 76ers
198 Ziaire Williams – Memphis Grizzlies
199 Jared Butler – Utah Jazz
200 Josh Christopher – Houston Rockets

 

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Top 10 Luka Doncic Rookie Card Guide, Checklist, Values

Since his NBA debut, Luka Doncic’s rookie cards have been more popular than flapjacks at a lumberjack convention. They are without a doubt are one of the best long-term investments in the sports memorabilia hobby.

Luka took the league by storm in 2018, averaging a mind-blowing 21.2 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 6.0 assists per game. Those numbers were better than LeBron James’s rookie year stats and won him the 2018 Rookie of the Year award.

The Atlanta Hawks drafted Luka “The Don” Doncic with the 3rd overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, going after Deandre Ayton (1st) and Marvin Bagley III (2nd).

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The Dallas Mavericks traded for Luka, giving up fellow superstar Trae Young. See the exact trade details below:

  • Mavericks receive: Luka Doncic (No. 3 overall selection in 2018 NBA Draft)
  • Hawks receive: Trae Young (No. 5 overall selection in 2018 NBA Draft); Protected 2019 first-round pick

Luka rewarded the Mavs as he was unanimously selected to the NBA All-Rookie First Team.

  • Born: February 28, 1999
  • Place: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Height: 6′ 7″
  • Weight: 230 lbs
  • Nationality: Slovenian

Luka Doncic on Social: Twitter luka7doncic · Instagram lukadoncic

Luka Doncic Rookie Year Stats (2018): 21.2 PPG · 7.8 TRB · 6.0 AST · 1.1 Steals

Luka has carried the Mavericks throughout his short career in Dallas and led them to the NBA semifinals in 2021, losing to eventual champions Golden State Warriors.

Many believe Luka can and will win multiple NBA Championship Rings, but he may need a little more help. If he can win a ring or three, his rookie cards will explode and value.

Best Luka Doncic Rookie Cards

Card makers ran wild, with Luka producing hundreds of rookie cards for collectors who eagerly gobbled them up.

Now is an ideal time to invest in Luka Doncic’s basketball cards before he wins those rings. Here are the top 10 Luka Doncic RCs to buy now and hold long-term.

 

10. 2018 Immaculate Collection RPA /99 RC #124

2018 Immaculate Collection rookie 24 luka doncic

The first card we want to look at is one with Luka in a black Mavericks jersey. He is wearing a black undershirt beneath his jersey, and he has blue leg warmers on.

In the image, you can see Luka looking up-court as he dribbles the ball up-court in his left hand.

There are two things of note on the left side of the card. Up top, you can see a game-worn jersey patch. Here the patch is mostly white with black on the right.

Additionally, there is a Luka Doncic autograph below it written in blue ink. Below that is Luka’s name and team.

The background is blue in the top left and bottom right, whereas it is white in the opposite corners of the card.

 

9. 2016 Upper Deck Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Rainbow RC #23

2016 Luka Doncic Upper Deck Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Rainbow

Here we have a unique card as Luka is not wearing his Mavericks uniform. Instead, this image is from when he played for Real Madrid in the Euro League.

His uniform is white, and it features several advertisements as is normal in European sports leagues. Additionally, you’ll notice Luka is wearing the number 7 instead of 77 as he does in the NBA.

Furthermore, you can see Luka making a pass with his right hand. Interestingly, the balls in Europe feature an equal amount of blue and black, making them different from American basketballs.

There are logos in three corners of the card. A Real Madrid logo is in the top left, the Upper Deck logo is in the top right, and the Turkish Airlines logo is in the bottom right. Finally, Luka’s name and position are in the bottom left.

 

8. 2018 Panini Select Courtside RC #229

luka doncic select rookie

This Luka Doncic rookie card from Panini has a unique background. Several fans are looking on earnestly as the game unfolds. With Luka in the foreground, it gives the feeling that the entire image could be from a game.

The image is a side-face view of Luka from the right side. Luka is in mid-air as he takes a jump shot with the ball in his hands.

He is wearing his white Mavericks uniform, and you can see the blue lettering of his number on the back. Additionally, Luka is wearing white leg warmers and white shoes.

The Select logo is in the top left and Luka’s name is written out in the bottom right. Both are in front of black backgrounds.

 

7. 2018 Donruss Optic Rated Rookie RC #177

177 luka doncic optic rated rookie

This Donruss Luka Doncic rookie card is unique because it has 3D imaging. It has a checkered background, but creative shading around the border makes it look like the image of Luka is a little further back.

In the image, Luka is wearing his blue uniform, and he is looking up-court. He is dribbling the ball in his left hand. An interesting quirk of the image is the checkered pattern overlaps with his legs. While this was likely unintentional, it is a cool distinction.

Below the image of Luka is a small blue border with his name and team written out. The right side of this border features the Optic logo. Finally, the Rated Rookie Logo is to the left of his head.

 

6. 2018 Panini Crown Royale KABOOM! #2

luka doncic kaboom rookie card

Kaboom cards always have unique designs, and this one is no different. It features a bright red Kaboom logo written vertically on the left side of the card.

The background features several bright colors, but it is mostly blue. The colors are split up into various star-like images.

You can see a cartoon drawing of Luka on the left side of the card as he gets ready to dunk the ball. He is wearing his blue Mavericks uniform and white shoes.

Additionally, the bottom of the card features “Luka” in black writing, and “Doncic” in bright red. Finally, the Mavs logo is next to Luka’s left shoe.

 

5. 2018 Panini Flawless RPA RC #39

luka doncic flawless rookie

In this Panini Flawless card, you can see Luka in a unique uniform. Instead of wearing traditional colors, Luka is wearing a black Mavericks Jersey with blue lining.

Additionally, he is uncharacteristically wearing a black T-shirt under his jersey, as well as blue leg warmers. He is dribbling the ball up-court in his left hand as he looks forward for offensive plays.

The left side of the card features a small jersey patch in the top left. This card’s patch is mostly white but has some black on the right side. Above it, you can see some numbering.

Below the patch is Luka’s autograph in blue ink. Below that is Luka’s name and team written out.

 

4. 2018 Contenders Rookie Ticket Auto RC #122

luka doncic contenders rookie 122

This Contenders Luka Doncic Rookie card features an image of Luka from the torso up on the right side of the card. Luka is looking up, getting ready to take what appears to be a free throw.

The ball is held firmly in both hands, and he is wearing his blue Mavericks uniform.

A diagonal white background cuts off the image of Luka with a faded Mavericks logo in the background. On the white background is a blue autograph from Luka.

You can see a rookie ticket in the top right. It features the Mavericks logo and seat. Here it is for section 220, row 66, seat 18. The ticket is blue.

Finally, the bottom of the card features the Contenders logo in the bottom left corner, and Luka’s name in the bottom right.

 

3. 2018 National Treasures RPA /99 RC #127

2018 Luka Doncic National Treasures RPA

National Treasures cards always have elegant designs. In this Luka Doncic card, the picture of Luka is on the right side. He is wearing his Blue Mavericks uniform and white basketball shoes.

In the image, Luka is getting ready to take a jump shot. His left leg is lifted up, and you can see the ball is just about to leave the fingertips of his right hand.

The left side of the card has a large jersey patch. The patch varies in design from card to card, but here we can see a section of the word Dallas. Below it, you can see Luka’s autograph in blue ink.

Above the patch, it says National Treasures. Below it, you can see Luka’s name and team. Adjacent to that is the RC logo.

Total Population:

  • 220 at PSA 10
  • 362 at PSA 9
  • 205 at PSA 8

Recent Sales:

  • 3/7/2021 | $584,250 | PSA 10 | Goldin Auctions
  • 7/24/2020 | $72,100 | PSA 9 | eBay
  • 3/7/2021 | $44,600 | PSA 9 | eBay

 

2. 2018 Opulence RPA Holo Gold /10 RC #145

luka doncic opulence /10 rookie holo gold rookie

Unsurprisingly, this 2018 Panini Opulence Luka Doncic rookie card is near the top of our list. It is one of the rarest Luka Doncic rookie cards as only 10 were ever printed.

The reason only a few copies were printed is it comes with an autograph and game-worn jersey patch. The autograph is in black ink adjacent to Luka’s feet.

Above the autograph, you will see the jersey patch. The patch looks different in each iteration as they come from different sections of the jersey. This patch features three blue stripes and two white stripes.

The left side of the card features an image of Luka in his white Mavericks uniform. He is taking a jump shop with both his feet off ground. Additionally, you can see Luka is wearing white leg warmers.

 

1. 2018 Prizm RC #280

luka doncic prizm 280 rookie

When it comes to Luka Doncic rookie cards, it is hard to ignore Prizm’s from Panini. Here you can see Luka in the center of the card as he gets ready to take a jump shot.

In the image, Luka’s right leg is lifted high up so that he can get his shot over the defender. The ball is resting in his dominant right hand and balanced by his left. He is wearing his bright blue Mavericks uniform.

The background of the card is mostly black with some grey and dark blue detailing around the edges. Additionally, there are two logos up top, the RC logo in the top left, and the Prizm logo on the right.

Finally, Doncic’s name and team are written across the bottom of the card.

 

Checklist

luka doncic rookie card checklist

  • 2018-19 Panini Prizm #280
  • 2018-19 Contenders Rookie Ticket RC #122
  • 2018-19 Spectra Nebula Prizm #16
  • 2018-19 Chronicles Origins Auto SSP
  • 2018-19 Panini Chronicles Momentous #6
  • 2018-19 Immaculate Luka Doncic Dirk Nowitzki Dual Auto /25 #DA-DL
  • 2018-19 Panini Select Courtside #229
  • 2018-19 Panini Dominion
  • 2018-19 Panini Select Tri-Color Prizm #25
  • 2018-19 Donruss Optic Fast Break Prizm #177
  • 2018-19 Panini Encased Luka Doncic #RMLD
  • 2018-19 Panini Noir Gold RC
  • 2018-19 Panini Prizm Sensational Swatches #87
  • 2018-19 Panini Immaculate Massive Memorabilia Patch #MM-LDC
  • 2018-19 NBA Hoops #268
  • 2018-19 Prizm Emergent #3
  • 2018-19 Panini Court Kings Level 1 #117
  • 2018-19 Immaculate Collection #124
  • 2018-19 Certified Rookie Card #153
  • 2018-19 Panini Encased Auto /75 #108
  • 2018-19 Panini Dominion /199 #126
  • 2018-19 Panini Contenders Draft Picks Autograph #126
  • 2018-19 Panini Noir Luka Doncic RC /85 #169
  • 2018-19 Crown Royale #63
  • 2018-19 Panini Cornerstones Auto Quad Mem /199 Luka Doncic RC #153

 

Long-Term Forecast

When looking at basketball rookie cards to purchase, it is best to get in on cards before they spike in value. Unfortunately, Luka Doncic rookie cards are not going to be available for cheap.

Luka has quickly established himself as a superstar and MVP candidate just three years into his young career. As a result, his cards have risen in value quickly with him.

However, that does not mean you should avoid his rookie cards. There are several factors that lead us to expect his cards to continue to rise in value.

Firstly, while Luka is already great, he is still very young and could get even better. Winning an MVP or championship would increase the value of his cards.

Additionally, since Luka is European there is a massive market for his cards outside the United States. So, if you can get your hands on his rookie cards, you can sell them to more people.

So, it will take more money to purchase Luka Doncic rookie cards right now than other options. However, there is potential for his cards to rise in value more than any other young player in the NBA.

 

FAQ

What is the most valuable Luka Doncic rookie card?

The most valuable is the 2018 Panini National Treasures Rookie Logoman Auto which sold for over 4 million dollars on 3/7/2021 via Goldin Auctions.

What is Luka Doncic best rookie card?

The best should be based on return on investment (ROI). Based on ROI the top Luka RC is the base 2018 Panini Prizm #280.

What is the rarest Luka Doncic card?

The rarest Luka Doncic cards are labeled 1/1. Many Luka cards are a 1 of 1. Some examples are the 2020-21 Panini Mosaic Luka Doncic Black Prizm True 1/1 and the 2021-22 National Treasures Luka Doncic Penmanship Auto Platinum 1/1.

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2021 Panini Prizm Basketball Cards (Checklist, Value, Best Cards)

10 Best 2021-22 Prizm Basketball Cards

best 2021 prizm basketball cards

  1. 2021-21 Luka Doncic Prizm #223
  2. 2021-22 Ja Morant Prizm 75th Anniversary #2
  3. 2021-22 Prizm Franz Wagner RC #310
  4. 2021-22 Stephen Curry Prizm Blue Shimmer #154
  5. 2021-22 Cade Cunningham RC #282
  6. 2021-22 Scottie Barnes RC #124
  7. 2021-22 Jalen Green RC 3306
  8. 2021-22 Lebron James Prizm 75th Anniversary #1
  9. 2021-22 Josh Giddey RC #301
  10. 2021-22 Evan Mobley RC #325

Any questions in regards to the above list? Email Courting Greatness at info@courtinggreatness.com.

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2021-22 Prizm Basketball Card Values

Below are the three most valuable 2021 Prizm basketball cards sold on eBay auctions.

what is the most valuable 2021 prizm basektball card

  1. 2021-22 Panini Prizm Franz Wagner Black Gold Prizm /5 Rookie Card: Only five of these cards were printed which explains the mind-blowing sales price of $14,100. Sold via eBay auctions on 10/1/2022 with 56 bids.
  2. 2021-22 Panini Prizm Jalen Green Black Gold Prizm /5 Rookie Card: The same exact card as the number one ranked card (above) besides the name. This Jalen Green rookie card sold for $12,100 on 8/4/2022 with 29 bids.
  3. 2021-22 Panini Prizm Evan Mobley Black Gold Prizm /5 Rookie Card: Sold for $11,200 with 26 bids on 4/16/2022.

 

 

2021-22 Prizm Basketball Base Checklist

330 cards total

Prizm Pararllels

  • Blue Wave
  • Green
  • Green Ice
  • Green Wave
  • Hyper
  • Ice
  • Blue NBA 75th
  • Orange Ice
  • Pink Ice
  • Pulsar
  • Purple Wave
  • Red/Gold Wave
  • Red Ice
  • Red/White/Blue
  • Ruby Wave
  • Silver
  • White Sparkle
  • Red /299, Blue /199
  • Purple Ice /149
  • Blue Ice /125
  • Purple /99
  • Red NBA 75th Diamond /75
  • Orange Wave /60
  • Orange /49
  • Pink Pulsar /42
  • Choice Blue /39
  • Purple Pulsar /35
  • Blue Shimmer /30
  • Green Pulsar /25
  • Mojo /25
  • Gold /10
  • Gold Shimmer /10
  • Gold Wave /10
  • Lucky Envelope /8
  • Black Gold /5
  • Green Shimmer /5
  • Black 1/1
  • Black Shimmer 1/1

Choice Parallels

  • Blue/Yellow/Green
  • Tiger Stripes
  • Red /88
  • Blue /39
  • Red/Blue/Purple /15
  • Green /8
  • Nebula 1/1

Fast Break Parallels

  • Base Fast Break
  • Blue /150
  • Red /100
  • Purple /75
  • Pink /50
  • Bronze /20
  • Neon Green /5

Factory Set Hyper Prizms

1 Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
2 DeAndre Jordan – Brooklyn Nets
3 Daniel Theis – Houston Rockets
4 Deandre Ayton – Phoenix Suns
5 Andre Drummond – Philadelphia 76ers
6 Patrick Williams – Chicago Bulls
7 Thomas Bryant – Washington Wizards
8 Jrue Holiday – Milwaukee Bucks
9 Brandon Ingram – New Orleans Pelicans
10 Eric Bledsoe – Los Angeles Clippers
11 Carmelo Anthony – Los Angeles Lakers
12 Jaden McDaniels – Minnesota Timberwolves
13 Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
14 Marcus Morris Sr. – Los Angeles Clippers
15 Nickeil Alexander-Walker – New Orleans Pelicans
16 Monte Morris – Denver Nuggets
17 Payton Pritchard – Boston Celtics
18 Serge Ibaka – Los Angeles Clippers
19 Derrick White – San Antonio Spurs
20 Dennis Schroder – Boston Celtics
21 Cam Reddish – Atlanta Hawks
22 CJ McCollum – Portland Trail Blazers
23 Davis Bertans – Washington Wizards
24 Victor Oladipo – Miami Heat
25 Patrick Beverley – Minnesota Timberwolves
26 Trae Young – Atlanta Hawks
27 Mikal Bridges – Phoenix Suns
28 Tyrese Maxey – Philadelphia 76ers
29 Hassan Whiteside – Utah Jazz
30 Danny Green – Philadelphia 76ers
31 Kyle Lowry – Miami Heat
32 Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets
33 Bryn Forbes – San Antonio Spurs
34 Robin Lopez – Orlando Magic
35 Jaren Jackson Jr. – Memphis Grizzlies
36 Lonnie Walker IV – San Antonio Spurs
37 Anthony Edwards – Minnesota Timberwolves
38 Nicolas Claxton – Brooklyn Nets
39 Precious Achiuwa – Toronto Raptors
40 Doug McDermott – San Antonio Spurs
41 Jaylen Nowell – Minnesota Timberwolves
42 Mo Bamba – Orlando Magic
43 Marcus Smart – Boston Celtics
44 James Harden – Brooklyn Nets
45 Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards
46 Paul Millsap – Brooklyn Nets
47 Maxi Kleber – Dallas Mavericks
48 Josh Hart – New Orleans Pelicans
49 John Collins – Atlanta Hawks
50 Royce O’Neale – Utah Jazz
51 Enes Freedom – Boston Celtics
52 D’Angelo Russell – Minnesota Timberwolves
53 Anthony Davis – Los Angeles Lakers
54 Facundo Campazzo – Denver Nuggets
55 Russell Westbrook – Los Angeles Lakers
56 Malik Monk – Los Angeles Lakers
57 Delon Wright – Atlanta Hawks
58 Shake Milton – Philadelphia 76ers
59 Jae Crowder – Phoenix Suns
60 Cedi Osman – Cleveland Cavaliers
61 James Wiseman – Golden State Warriors
62 Jonas Valanciunas – New Orleans Pelicans
63 Kira Lewis Jr. – New Orleans Pelicans
64 Harrison Barnes – Sacramento Kings
65 Alec Burks – New York Knicks
66 Dario Saric – Phoenix Suns
67 Bojan Bogdanovic – Utah Jazz
68 John Wall – Houston Rockets
69 Lonzo Ball – Chicago Bulls
70 Tim Hardaway Jr. – Dallas Mavericks
71 Kawhi Leonard – Los Angeles Clippers
72 Donovan Mitchell – Utah Jazz
73 De’Andre Hunter – Atlanta Hawks
74 Kristaps Porzingis – Dallas Mavericks
75 Onyeka Okongwu – Atlanta Hawks
76 Jerami Grant – Detroit Pistons
77 Brandon Clarke – Memphis Grizzlies
78 PJ Washington Jr. – Charlotte Hornets
79 Deni Avdija – Washington Wizards
80 Jordan Nwora – Milwaukee Bucks
81 Duncan Robinson – Miami Heat
82 Derrick Rose – New York Knicks
83 Alex Caruso – Chicago Bulls
84 Kevin Porter Jr. – Houston Rockets
85 Julius Randle – New York Knicks
86 Lauri Markkanen – Cleveland Cavaliers
87 Bobby Portis – Milwaukee Bucks
88 Donte DiVincenzo – Milwaukee Bucks
89 Chris Paul – Phoenix Suns
90 T.J. Warren – Indiana Pacers
91 LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers
92 Klay Thompson – Golden State Warriors
93 Jae’Sean Tate – Houston Rockets
94 Aaron Nesmith – Boston Celtics
95 Joe Harris – Brooklyn Nets
96 Ricky Rubio – Cleveland Cavaliers
97 Jaylen Brown – Boston Celtics
98 Malik Beasley – Minnesota Timberwolves
99 Kyrie Irving – Brooklyn Nets
100 Nikola Vucevic – Chicago Bulls
101 Killian Hayes – Detroit Pistons
102 Jamal Murray – Denver Nuggets
103 Kelly Oubre Jr. – Charlotte Hornets
104 Rajon Rondo – Los Angeles Lakers
105 Xavier Tillman – Memphis Grizzlies
106 Gordon Hayward – Charlotte Hornets
107 Zach LaVine – Chicago Bulls
108 Zion Williamson – New Orleans Pelicans
109 Avery Bradley – Houston Rockets
110 Jalen Smith – Phoenix Suns
111 Malachi Flynn – Toronto Raptors
112 Christian Wood – Houston Rockets
113 DeMar DeRozan – Chicago Bulls
114 Luguentz Dort – Oklahoma City Thunder
115 Kevin Love – Cleveland Cavaliers
116 Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers
117 Mike Conley – Utah Jazz
118 Thaddeus Young – San Antonio Spurs
119 Norman Powell – Portland Trail Blazers
120 Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets
121 Cole Anthony – Orlando Magic
122 Kemba Walker – New York Knicks
123 Draymond Green – Golden State Warriors
124 Derrick Favors – Oklahoma City Thunder
125 Daniel Gafford – Washington Wizards
126 Larry Nance Jr. – Portland Trail Blazers
127 Jordan Clarkson – Utah Jazz
128 Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
129 Immanuel Quickley – New York Knicks
130 Devin Vassell – San Antonio Spurs
131 Gary Trent Jr. – Toronto Raptors
132 Miles Bridges – Charlotte Hornets
133 Isaiah Roby – Oklahoma City Thunder
134 Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks
135 Malcolm Brogdon – Indiana Pacers
136 Marvin Bagley III – Sacramento Kings
137 Montrezl Harrell – Washington Wizards
138 Oshae Brissett – Indiana Pacers
139 Terence Davis II – Sacramento Kings
140 Hamidou Diallo – Detroit Pistons
141 Obi Toppin – New York Knicks
142 Talen Horton-Tucker – Los Angeles Lakers
143 Coby White – Chicago Bulls
144 Jalen Brunson – Dallas Mavericks
145 Tobias Harris – Philadelphia 76ers
146 Chuma Okeke – Orlando Magic
147 Caris LeVert – Indiana Pacers
148 De’Aaron Fox – Sacramento Kings
149 Bogdan Bogdanovic – Atlanta Hawks
150 Kelly Olynyk – Detroit Pistons
151 Patty Mills – Brooklyn Nets
152 Terry Rozier III – Charlotte Hornets
153 Evan Fournier – New York Knicks
154 Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
155 Andrew Wiggins – Golden State Warriors
156 Kyle Kuzma – Washington Wizards
157 Karl-Anthony Towns – Minnesota Timberwolves
158 Isaiah Stewart – Detroit Pistons
159 Taurean Prince – Minnesota Timberwolves
160 Wendell Carter Jr. – Orlando Magic
161 Josh Richardson – Boston Celtics
162 Robert Williams III – Boston Celtics
163 Markelle Fultz – Orlando Magic
164 Michael Porter Jr. – Denver Nuggets
165 Austin Reaves – Los Angeles Lakers
166 Marko Simonovic – Chicago Bulls
167 Boban Marjanovic – Dallas Mavericks
168 Anfernee Simons – Portland Trail Blazers
169 Eric Gordon – Houston Rockets
170 Richaun Holmes – Sacramento Kings
171 Jusuf Nurkic – Portland Trail Blazers
172 Dwight Howard – Los Angeles Lakers
173 Moses Brown – Dallas Mavericks
174 Pascal Siakam – Toronto Raptors
175 Myles Turner – Indiana Pacers
176 Joel Embiid – Philadelphia 76ers
177 Danilo Gallinari – Atlanta Hawks
178 Blake Griffin – Brooklyn Nets
179 Theo Maledon – Oklahoma City Thunder
180 Reggie Bullock – Dallas Mavericks
181 Joe Ingles – Utah Jazz
182 Chris Boucher – Toronto Raptors
183 Domantas Sabonis – Indiana Pacers
184 Devonte’ Graham – New Orleans Pelicans
185 LaMelo Ball – Charlotte Hornets
186 Cameron Johnson – Phoenix Suns
187 Clint Capela – Atlanta Hawks
188 Justin Holiday – Indiana Pacers
189 Terrence Ross – Orlando Magic
190 Josh Jackson – Detroit Pistons
191 Naji Marshall – New Orleans Pelicans
192 Buddy Hield – Sacramento Kings
193 Saddiq Bey – Detroit Pistons
194 Ja Morant – Memphis Grizzlies
195 Bismack Biyombo – Charlotte Hornets
196 Tyrese Haliburton – Sacramento Kings
197 Dwayne Bacon – New York Knicks
198 Seth Curry – Philadelphia 76ers
199 Ben Simmons – Philadelphia 76ers
200 Nicolas Batum – Los Angeles Clippers
201 RJ Barrett – New York Knicks
202 Dillon Brooks – Memphis Grizzlies
203 Devin Booker – Phoenix Suns
204 Goran Dragic – Toronto Raptors
205 Saben Lee – Detroit Pistons
206 OG Anunoby – Toronto Raptors
207 RJ Hampton – Orlando Magic
208 Dorian Finney-Smith – Dallas Mavericks
209 Jarrett Allen – Cleveland Cavaliers
210 Keldon Johnson – San Antonio Spurs
211 Kyle Anderson – Memphis Grizzlies
212 Isaac Okoro – Cleveland Cavaliers
213 Reggie Jackson – Los Angeles Clippers
214 Ty Jerome – Oklahoma City Thunder
215 Desmond Bane – Memphis Grizzlies
216 Kendrick Nunn – Los Angeles Lakers
217 Aaron Gordon – Denver Nuggets
218 Markus Howard – Denver Nuggets
219 Al-Farouq Aminu – San Antonio Spurs
220 Paul George – Los Angeles Clippers
221 Mason Plumlee – Charlotte Hornets
222 Jordan Poole – Golden State Warriors
223 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
224 Nerlens Noel – New York Knicks
225 Aleksej Pokusevski – Oklahoma City Thunder
226 Darius Garland – Cleveland Cavaliers
227 Tyler Herro – Miami Heat
228 Bam Adebayo – Miami Heat
229 Naz Reid – Minnesota Timberwolves
230 Bruce Brown – Brooklyn Nets
231 Dejounte Murray – San Antonio Spurs
232 Fred VanVleet – Toronto Raptors
233 Robert Covington – Portland Trail Blazers
234 Rui Hachimura – Washington Wizards
235 Kenyon Martin Jr. – Houston Rockets
236 Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat
237 Darius Bazley – Oklahoma City Thunder
238 Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – Oklahoma City Thunder
239 Rudy Gobert – Utah Jazz
240 Collin Sexton – Cleveland Cavaliers
241 Rudy Gay – Utah Jazz
242 David Robinson – San Antonio Spurs
243 Paul Pierce – Boston Celtics
244 Jason Kidd – New Jersey Nets
245 Patrick Ewing – New York Knicks
246 Vince Carter – Toronto Raptors
247 Toni Kukoc – Chicago Bulls
248 Magic Johnson – Los Angeles Lakers
249 Ben Wallace – Detroit Pistons
250 Jermaine O’Neal – Indiana Pacers
251 Ray Allen – Milwaukee Bucks
252 Dominique Wilkins – Atlanta Hawks
253 Tracy McGrady – Orlando Magic
254 Bill Russell – Boston Celtics
255 Allen Iverson – Philadelphia 76ers
256 Kevin Garnett – Minnesota Timberwolves
257 Gary Payton – Seattle Supersonics
258 Rasheed Wallace – Portland Trail Blazers
259 Karl Malone – Utah Jazz
260 Wilt Chamberlain – San Francisco Warriors
261 Pete Maravich – Utah Jazz
262 Amar’e Stoudemire – Phoenix Suns
263 Chris Webber – Sacramento Kings
264 Steve Nash – Dallas Mavericks
265 Hakeem Olajuwon – Houston Rockets
266 Jason Williams – Sacramento Kings
267 John Stockton – Utah Jazz
268 Tim Duncan – San Antonio Spurs
269 Dwyane Wade – Miami Heat
270 Alonzo Mourning – Charlotte Hornets
271 Ayo Dosunmu – Chicago Bulls
272 JT Thor – Charlotte Hornets
273 Wang Zhi-zhi – Dallas Mavericks
274 Tre Mann – Oklahoma City Thunder
275 Corey Kispert – Washington Wizards
276 Santi Aldama – Memphis Grizzlies
277 Stephon Marbury – Phoenix Suns
278 David Johnson – Toronto Raptors
279 Reggie Lewis – Boston Celtics
280 Sharife Cooper – Atlanta Hawks
281 Day’Ron Sharpe – Brooklyn Nets
282 Cade Cunningham – Detroit Pistons
283 Miles McBride – New York Knicks
284 Kessler Edwards – Brooklyn Nets
285 Quentin Grimes – New York Knicks
286 Aaron Wiggins – Oklahoma City Thunder
287 Scottie Lewis – Charlotte Hornets
288 Trey Murphy III – New Orleans Pelicans
289 Dirk Nowitzki – Dallas Mavericks
290 Jared Butler – Utah Jazz
291 Greg Brown III – Portland Trail Blazers
292 Drazen Petrovic – New Jersey Nets
293 Sandro Mamukelashvili – Milwaukee Bucks
294 Anfernee Hardaway – Orlando Magic
295 Juan Toscano-Anderson – Golden State Warriors
296 Isaiah Livers – Detroit Pistons
297 Cameron Thomas – Brooklyn Nets
298 Joshua Primo – San Antonio Spurs
299 Isaiah Todd – Washington Wizards
300 Marcus Zegarowski – Brooklyn Nets
301 Josh Giddey – Oklahoma City Thunder
302 Bones Hyland – Denver Nuggets
303 Luka Garza – Detroit Pistons
304 Charles Bassey – Philadelphia 76ers
305 Jalen Johnson – Atlanta Hawks
306 Jalen Green – Houston Rockets
307 Jonathan Kuminga – Golden State Warriors
308 Moses Moody – Golden State Warriors
309 Isaiah Jackson – Indiana Pacers
310 Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic
311 James Bouknight – Charlotte Hornets
312 Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings
313 Ziaire Williams – Memphis Grizzlies
314 Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic
315 Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers
316 Neemias Queta – Sacramento Kings
317 Jaden Springer – Philadelphia 76ers
318 Alperen Sengun – Houston Rockets
319 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl – Oklahoma City Thunder
320 Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors
321 Usman Garuba – Houston Rockets
322 Joe Wieskamp – San Antonio Spurs
323 Kai Jones – Charlotte Hornets
324 Josh Christopher – Houston Rockets
325 Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers
326 Keon Johnson – Los Angeles Clippers
327 Jason Preston – Los Angeles Clippers
328 Dalano Banton – Toronto Raptors
329 Herbert Jones – New Orleans Pelicans
330 Brandon Boston Jr. – Los Angeles Clippers

 

2021-22 Panini Prizm Basketball Autograph Checklist

60 cards

1 Trae Young – Atlanta Hawks
2 Fat Lever – Denver Nuggets
3 Metta World Peace – Indiana Pacers
4 Micheal Ray Richardson – New York Knicks
5 Jason Williams – Sacramento Kings
6 John Stockton – Utah Jazz
7 Darius Bazley – Oklahoma City Thunder
8 Kelly Olynyk – Detroit Pistons
9 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
10 T.J. McConnell – Indiana Pacers
11 Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets
12 Hedo Turkoglu – Orlando Magic
13 Ben Wallace – Detroit Pistons
14 Spencer Haywood – Seattle Supersonics
15 Spencer Dinwiddie – Washington Wizards
16 Magic Johnson – Los Angeles Lakers
17 George McGinnis – Indiana Pacers
18 Kenny “Sky” Walker – New York Knicks
19 Anthony Davis – Los Angeles Lakers
20 Dan Issel – Kentucky Colonels
21 Vince Carter – New Jersey Nets
22 Jack Sikma – Seattle Supersonics
23 Danilo Gallinari – Atlanta Hawks
24 Spud Webb – Atlanta Hawks
25 Chauncey Billups – Detroit Pistons
26 Oscar Robertson – Cincinnati Royals
27 Jarrett Allen – Cleveland Cavaliers
28 Mark Aguirre – Dallas Mavericks
29 Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets
30 Nerlens Noel – New York Knicks
31 Caron Butler – Washington Wizards
32 Mario Chalmers – Miami Heat
33 Domantas Sabonis – Indiana Pacers
34 Charles Barkley – Phoenix Suns
35 Kendrick Nunn – Los Angeles Lakers
36 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – Milwaukee Bucks
37 Talen Horton-Tucker – Los Angeles Lakers
38 Stephen Jackson – Indiana Pacers
39 Larry Bird – Boston Celtics
40 Dennis Rodman – Detroit Pistons
41 Raymond Felton – Charlotte Bobcats
42 Mark Eaton – Utah Jazz
43 Eric Bledsoe – Los Angeles Clippers
44 Shaquille O’Neal – Orlando Magic
46 David Robinson – San Antonio Spurs
47 Tony Allen – Memphis Grizzlies
48 Drew Gooden – Cleveland Cavaliers
49 Anthony Edwards – Minnesota Timberwolves
50 Arvydas Sabonis – Portland Trail Blazers
51 James Worthy – Los Angeles Lakers
52 Mark Price – Cleveland Cavaliers
53 PJ Washington Jr. – Charlotte Hornets
54 Allen Iverson – Philadelphia 76ers
55 Louie Dampier – Kentucky Colonels
56 Hakeem Olajuwon – Houston Rockets
57 Ron Harper – Chicago Bulls
58 Grant Williams – Boston Celtics
59 Rui Hachimura – Washington Wizards
60 Steve Kerr – Chicago Bulls

 

Sensational Signatures Set Checklist

Prizms Parallels

  • Silver
  • Mojo /25
  • Gold /10
  • Black 1/1

Choice Prizms Parallels

  • Base Choice
  • Green /8

1 Darius Bazley – Oklahoma City Thunder
2 Lauri Markkanen – Cleveland Cavaliers
3 Luguentz Dort – Oklahoma City Thunder
4 Coby White – Chicago Bulls
5 Duncan Robinson – Miami Heat
6 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
7 JJ Redick – Dallas Mavericks
8 Karl-Anthony Towns – Minnesota Timberwolves
9 T.J. Warren – Indiana Pacers
10 Jamal Murray – Denver Nuggets
11 Anfernee Simons – Portland Trail Blazers
12 Tony Allen – Memphis Grizzlies
13 Zach Collins – San Antonio Spurs
14 Tony Parker – San Antonio Spurs
15 Eric Gordon – Houston Rockets
16 Anthony Davis – Los Angeles Lakers
17 Michael Porter Jr. – Denver Nuggets
18 Rui Hachimura – Washington Wizards
19 Brandon Clarke – Memphis Grizzlies
20 De’Aaron Fox – Sacramento Kings
21 Bobby Portis – Milwaukee Bucks
22 Metta World Peace – Los Angeles Lakers
23 Mason Plumlee – Charlotte Hornets
24 Jerry Lucas – New York Knicks
25 Ricky Rubio – Cleveland Cavaliers
26 Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers
27 Montrezl Harrell – Washington Wizards
28 Trae Young – Atlanta Hawks
29 Avery Bradley – Houston Rockets
30 Lonzo Ball – Chicago Bulls
31 Tom Gugliotta – Phoenix Suns
32 Julius Randle – New York Knicks
33 Aron Baynes – Toronto Raptors
34 Cam Reddish – Atlanta Hawks
35 Domantas Sabonis – Indiana Pacers
36 Ja Morant – Memphis Grizzlies
37 Myles Turner – Indiana Pacers
38 Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets
39 Clint Capela – Atlanta Hawks
40 Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
41 Ersan Ilyasova – Utah Jazz
42 Buddy Hield – Sacramento Kings
43 Ben McLemore – Portland Trail Blazers

 

Fast Break Rookie Autographs Set Checklist

1 Scottie Lewis – Charlotte Hornets
2 Charles Bassey – Philadelphia 76ers
3 Luka Garza – Detroit Pistons
4 Brandon Boston Jr. – Los Angeles Clippers
5 Greg Brown III – Portland Trail Blazers
6 Isaiah Livers – Detroit Pistons
7 Jared Butler – Utah Jazz
8 Ayo Dosunmu – Chicago Bulls
9 Miles McBride – New York Knicks
10 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl – Oklahoma City Thunder
11 Santi Aldama – Memphis Grizzlies
12 Day’Ron Sharpe – Brooklyn Nets
13 Jaden Springer – Philadelphia 76ers
14 Cameron Thomas – Brooklyn Nets
15 Bones Hyland – Denver Nuggets
16 Quentin Grimes – New York Knicks
17 Josh Christopher – Houston Rockets
18 Jason Preston – Los Angeles Clippers
19 Isaiah Jackson – Indiana Pacers
20 Keon Johnson – Los Angeles Clippers
21 Jalen Johnson – Atlanta Hawks
22 Kai Jones – Charlotte Hornets
23 Tre Mann – Oklahoma City Thunder
24 Trey Murphy III – New Orleans Pelicans
25 Herbert Jones – New Orleans Pelicans
26 Corey Kispert – Washington Wizards
27 Moses Moody – Golden State Warriors
28 Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers
29 Joshua Primo – San Antonio Spurs
31 Ziaire Williams – Memphis Grizzlies
32 Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings
33 Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic
34 Jonathan Kuminga – Golden State Warriors
35 Josh Giddey – Oklahoma City Thunder
36 Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic
37 Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors
38 Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers
39 Jalen Green – Houston Rockets
40 Cade Cunningham – Detroit Pistons
44 Danilo Gallinari – Atlanta Hawks
45 Eric Bledsoe – Los Angeles Clippers
46 Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
47 PJ Washington Jr. – Charlotte Hornets
48 CJ McCollum – Portland Trail Blazers
49 Joe Harris – Brooklyn Nets
50 De’Andre Hunter – Atlanta Hawks
51 Cade Cunningham – Detroit Pistons
52 Jalen Green – Houston Rockets
53 Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers
54 Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors
55 Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic
56 Josh Giddey – Oklahoma City Thunder
57 Jonathan Kuminga – Golden State Warriors
58 Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic
59 Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings
60 Ziaire Williams – Memphis Grizzlies
61 James Bouknight – Charlotte Hornets
62 Joshua Primo – San Antonio Spurs
63 Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers
64 Moses Moody – Golden State Warriors
65 Corey Kispert – Washington Wizards
66 Luka Garza – Detroit Pistons
67 Trey Murphy III – New Orleans Pelicans
68 Tre Mann – Oklahoma City Thunder
69 Kai Jones – Charlotte Hornets
70 Jalen Johnson – Atlanta Hawks
71 Keon Johnson – Los Angeles Clippers
72 Isaiah Jackson – Indiana Pacers
73 Brandon Boston Jr. – Los Angeles Clippers
74 Josh Christopher – Houston Rockets
75 Quentin Grimes – New York Knicks
76 Bones Hyland – Denver Nuggets
77 Cameron Thomas – Brooklyn Nets
78 Jaden Springer – Philadelphia 76ers
79 Day’Ron Sharpe – Brooklyn Nets
80 Santi Aldama – Memphis Grizzlies
81 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl – Oklahoma City Thunder
82 Miles McBride – New York Knicks
83 Ayo Dosunmu – Chicago Bulls
84 Jared Butler – Utah Jazz
85 Isaiah Livers – Detroit Piston

 

Base Team LeBron Variations Set Checklist

11 cards total

32 Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets
89 Chris Paul – Phoenix Suns
91 LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers
97 Jaylen Brown – Boston Celtics
116 Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers
154 Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
166 Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
183 Domantas Sabonis – Indiana Pacers
220 Paul George – Los Angeles Clippers
223 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
239 Rudy Gobert – Utah Jazz

 

Base Team Durant Variations Set Checklist

13 Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
44 James Harden – Brooklyn Nets
45 Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards
71 Kawhi Leonard – Los Angeles Clippers
72 Donovan Mitchell – Utah Jazz
85 Julius Randle – New York Knicks
166 Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
183 Domantas Sabonis – Indiana Pacers
220 Paul George – Los Angeles Clippers
223 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
239 Rudy Gobert – Utah Jazz

 

Base Team Durant Variations Set Checklist

13 Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
44 James Harden – Brooklyn Nets
45 Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards
71 Kawhi Leonard – Los Angeles Clippers
72 Donovan Mitchell – Utah Jazz
85 Julius Randle – New York Knicks
99 Kyrie Irving – Brooklyn Nets
100 Nikola Vucevic – Orlando Magic
107 Zach LaVine – Chicago Bulls
108 Zion Williamson – New Orleans Pelicans
117 Mike Conley – Utah Jazz

 

Base Rookie Variations Set Checklist

282 Cade Cunningham – Detroit Pistons
298 Joshua Primo – San Antonio Spurs
301 Josh Giddey – Oklahoma City Thunder
306 Jalen Green – Houston Rockets
307 Jonathan Kuminga – Golden State Warriors
308 Moses Moody – Golden State Warriors
310 Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic
311 James Bouknight – Charlotte Hornets
312 Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings
313 Ziaire Williams – Memphis Grizzlies
314 Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic
315 Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers
320 Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors
325 Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers

 

Flashback Signatures Set Checklist

Prizms Parallels

  • Silver Mojo /25
  • Gold /10
  • Black 1/1

Premium Set Prizms Parallels

  • Base /6
  • Gold /3
  • Black 1/1

1 Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets
2 CJ McCollum – Portland Trail Blazers
3 Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers
4 Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks
5 Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
6 Karl-Anthony Towns – Minnesota Timberwolves
7 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
8 Trae Young – Atlanta Hawks
9 Zion Williamson – New Orleans Pelicans
10 Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets
11 Anthony Davis – Los Angeles Lakers
12 Jamal Murray – Denver Nuggets
13 Ja Morant – Memphis Grizzlies
14 De’Aaron Fox – Sacramento Kings
15 Rui Hachimura – Washington Wizards

 

Penmanship Set Checklist

1 Jack Sikma – Seattle Supersonics
2 Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
3 Ricky Pierce – Seattle Supersonics
4 Larry Bird – Boston Celtics
5 Rick Mahorn – Detroit Pistons
6 James Donaldson – Dallas Mavericks
7 Will Barton – Denver Nuggets
8 Thanasis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
9 Daniel Theis – Chicago Bulls
10 Jeff Malone – Washington Bullets
11 Slick Watts – Seattle Supersonics
13 Calvin Natt – Denver Nuggets
14 Rick Fox – Los Angeles Lakers
15 Daniel Gibson – Cleveland Cavaliers
16 Luke Kennard – Los Angeles Clippers
17 John Shumate – San Antonio Spurs
18 Rod Strickland – Portland Trail Blazers
19 Brian Winters – Milwaukee Bucks
20 Reggie Theus – Chicago Bulls
21 Alvin Robertson – San Antonio Spurs
23 James Ennis III – Orlando Magic
24 Alex Caruso – Chicago Bulls
25 Bruno Fernando – Boston Celtics
26 Josh Howard – Dallas Mavericks
27 Kent Benson – Detroit Pistons
28 Purvis Short – Golden State Warriors
29 Kevin Porter – Washington Bullets
30 Danny Schayes – Denver Nuggets
31 Elmore Smith – Los Angeles Lakers
32 Anthony Edwards – Minnesota Timberwolves
33 John Salley – Detroit Pistons
34 Mark Eaton – Utah Jazz
35 Micheal Ray Richardson – New York Knicks
36 Trey Burke – Dallas Mavericks
37 Greg Ostertag – Utah Jazz
38 Michael Adams – Denver Nuggets
39 Quinndary Weatherspoon – San Antonio Spurs
40 Garfield Heard – Phoenix Suns
41 Gheorghe Muresan – Washington Bullets
43 Monte Morris – Denver Nuggets
44 Harold Miner – Miami Heat
45 LaPhonso Ellis – Denver Nuggets
46 Quentin Richardson – Los Angeles Clippers
47 Desmond Mason – Milwaukee Bucks
48 Tomas Satoransky – New Orleans Pelicans
49 Jae’Sean Tate – Houston Rockets
50 Leonard “Truck” Robinson – Phoenix Suns

 

2021 Prizm Basketball Rookie Penmanship Set Checklist’

2021-21 prizm basketball jalen green

1 Cade Cunningham – Detroit Pistons
2 Jalen Green – Houston Rockets
3 Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers
4 Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors
5 Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic
6 Josh Giddey – Oklahoma City Thunder
7 Jonathan Kuminga – Golden State Warriors
8 Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic
9 Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings
10 Ziaire Williams – Memphis Grizzlies
12 Joshua Primo – San Antonio Spurs
13 Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers
14 Moses Moody – Golden State Warriors
15 Corey Kispert – Washington Wizards
16 Jericho Sims – New York Knicks
17 Trey Murphy III – New Orleans Pelicans
18 Tre Mann – Oklahoma City Thunder
19 Kai Jones – Charlotte Hornets
20 Brandon Boston Jr. – Los Angeles Clippers
21 Jared Butler – Utah Jazz
22 Isaiah Jackson – Indiana Pacers
23 Joel Ayayi – Los Angeles Lakers
24 Josh Christopher – Houston Rockets
25 Quentin Grimes – New York Knicks
26 Bones Hyland – Denver Nuggets
27 Keon Johnson – Los Angeles Clippers
28 Jaden Springer – Philadelphia 76ers
29 Day’Ron Sharpe – Brooklyn Nets
30 Santi Aldama – Memphis Grizzlies
31 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl – Oklahoma City Thunder
32 Sandro Mamukelashvili – Milwaukee Bucks
33 JaQuori McLaughlin – Golden State Warriors
34 RaiQuan Gray – Brooklyn Nets
35 Isaiah Livers – Detroit Pistons
36 Greg Brown III – Portland Trail Blazers
37 Aaron Henry – Philadelphia 76ers
38 Luka Garza – Detroit Pistons
39 Charles Bassey – Philadelphia 76ers
40 Scottie Lewis – Charlotte Hornets
41 Jason Preston – Los Angeles Clippers
42 Herbert Jones – New Orleans Pelicans
43 RJ Nembhard – Miami Heat
44 Joe Wieskamp – San Antonio Spurs
45 Kessler Edwards – Brooklyn Nets
46 Aaron Wiggins – Oklahoma City Thunder
47 Neemias Queta – Sacramento Kings
48 Marcus Zegarowski – Brooklyn Nets
49 David Johnson – Toronto Raptors
50 Trendon Watford – Portland Trail Blazers

 

Widescreen Set Checklist

2021-21 prizm basketball widescreen checklist

Parallel Cards

  • Fast Break

Prizms Parallels

  • Hyper
  • Silver
  • Mojo /25
  • Gold /10
  • Black 1/1

1 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
2 Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
3 Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
4 Zion Williamson – New Orleans Pelicans
5 Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets
6 Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers
7 Donovan Mitchell – Utah Jazz
8 Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets
9 LaMelo Ball – Charlotte Hornets
10 LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers

 

Rookie Signatures Set Checklist

Prizms Parallels

  • Blue Wave
  • Silver
  • Mojo /25
  • Gold /10
  • Gold Wave /10
  • Black 1/1
  • White Sparkle 1/1

Choice Prizms Parallels

  • Base Choice
  • Green /8

1 Cade Cunningham – Detroit Pistons
2 Jalen Green – Houston Rockets
3 Evan Mobley – Cleveland Cavaliers
4 Scottie Barnes – Toronto Raptors
5 Jalen Suggs – Orlando Magic
6 Josh Giddey – Oklahoma City Thunder
7 Jonathan Kuminga – Golden State Warriors
8 Franz Wagner – Orlando Magic
9 Davion Mitchell – Sacramento Kings
10 Ziaire Williams – Memphis Grizzlies
11 James Bouknight – Charlotte Hornets *
12 Joshua Primo – San Antonio Spurs
13 Chris Duarte – Indiana Pacers
14 Moses Moody – Golden State Warriors
15 Corey Kispert – Washington Wizards
16 Alperen Sengun – Houston Rockets
17 Trey Murphy III – New Orleans Pelicans
18 Tre Mann – Oklahoma City Thunder
19 Kai Jones – Charlotte Hornets
20 Jalen Johnson – Atlanta Hawks
21 Keon Johnson – Los Angeles Clippers
22 Isaiah Jackson – Indiana Pacers
23 Joel Ayayi – Los Angeles Lakers
24 Josh Christopher – Houston Rockets
25 Quentin Grimes – New York Knicks
26 Bones Hyland – Denver Nuggets
27 Cameron Thomas – Brooklyn Nets
28 Jaden Springer – Philadelphia 76ers
29 Day’Ron Sharpe – Brooklyn Nets
30 Santi Aldama – Memphis Grizzlies
31 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl – Oklahoma City Thunder
32 Miles McBride – New York Knicks
33 Ayo Dosunmu – Chicago Bulls
34 Jared Butler – Utah Jazz
35 Isaiah Livers – Detroit Pistons
36 Greg Brown III – Portland Trail Blazers
37 Brandon Boston Jr. – Los Angeles Clippers
38 Luka Garza – Detroit Pistons
39 Charles Bassey – Philadelphia 76ers
40 Scottie Lewis – Charlotte Hornets
41 Jason Preston – Los Angeles Clippers
42 Herbert Jones – New Orleans Pelicans
43 JT Thor – Charlotte Hornets
44 Joe Wieskamp – San Antonio Spurs
45 Kessler Edwards – Brooklyn Nets
46 Aaron Wiggins – Oklahoma City Thunder
47 Neemias Queta – Sacramento Kings
48 Marcus Zegarowski – Brooklyn Nets
49 David Johnson – Toronto Raptors
50 Trendon Watford – Portland Trail Blazers

 

NBA 75th Logo Set Checklist

2021 prizm NBA 75th Logo Set Checklist

Hobby

1 LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers
2 Ja Morant – Memphis Grizzlies
3 Trae Young – Atlanta Hawks
4 Larry Bird – Boston Celtics
5 Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets
6 Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers
7 Shaquille O’Neal – Los Angeles Lakers
8 Dirk Nowitzki – Dallas Mavericks
9 Donovan Mitchell – Utah Jazz
10 Allen Iverson – Philadelphia 76ers
11 Karl Malone – Utah

Retail

12 Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
13 Zion Williamson – New Orleans Pelicans
14 Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
15 Magic Johnson – Los Angeles Lakers
16 Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
17 James Harden – Brooklyn Nets
18 Charles Barkley – Philadelphia 76ers
19 Tim Duncan – San Antonio Spurs
20 Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
21 Dwyane Wade – Miami Heat
22 Kevin Garnett – Minnesota Timberwolves

 

USA Basketball Set Checklist

1 Jayson Tatum – USA Basketball
2 Kevin Durant – USA Basketball
3 Anthony Davis – USA Basketball
4 Dwyane Wade – USA Basketball
5 Khris Middleton – USA Basketball
6 Vince Carter – USA Basketball
7 Kevin Garnett – USA Basketball
8 Jrue Holiday – USA Basketball
9 Charles Barkley – USA Basketball
10 Shaquille O’Neal – USA Basketball