Mark Cuban talks about selling baseball cards; the Kobe Bryant retirement letters given out at a Lakers game are selling for big bucks and Topps Archives will salute Bull Durham.
2014-15 Panini Flawless Basketball returns with the ultra high-end product offering some new subsets and three-jewel cards honoring Team USA members.
A relatively obscure basketball set might be worth another look. 1996-97 Sprite has a Kobe Bryant rookie and even an Australian version.
Athlete autographs and once-in-a-lifetime experiences can now be ordered via new web start-up IfOnly, which aims to profit so non-profits can benefit.
Prints of freshly commissioned artwork feature past and present NBA greats in a new partnership between the NBA and RareInk. Autographs anyone?
It all began with the David Robinson rookie card frenzy. 23 years later, Hoops basketball cards are still kicking. Here’s a look back at the economical brand that’s seen a lot of modern NBA history.
Top NFL draft pick Andrew Luck becomes first NFL player to join Panini Authentic, the autograph and memorabilia division of Panini America.
The ‘Kobe Anthology’ will feature 200 cards spread out over the course of the upcoming season. Five winners will also get to meet him.
There was no authenticator to secure sports history that night. So what really happened to the basketball used in Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 point record-setter 50 years ago?
Panini is hoping you’ll have a Smartphone in one pocket and your Blake Griffin HD trading card in the other when it releases a new collectible concept this year.
Kobe rips some packs with the company that’s paying him to appear on the front.
Panini is hoping its monumental push behind the new Adrenalyn NBA cards gets more kids into collecting.