The fourth part of our series brings us a little closer to the present with a look at rookie cards of the NBA Finals MVPs of the 2000s.
The NBA Finals MVPs of the 1990s is a short list that marked the end of one era and the beginning of another. Their rookie cards offer options.
They weren’t all named Magic or Larry even though it seemed that way. A look at the rookie cards of 1980s NBA Finals MVPs and how they earned the honor.
With the championship series at hand, the first of a four-part look at NBA Finals MVPs and their rookie cards, starting with the 1970s.
Thirty years ago, Larry and Magic met in the NBA Finals for the first time. A look back at the cards and memorabilia of the Lakers and Celtics of 1984.
Michael Jordan’s flu game shoes–the ones he wore in maybe his finest moment—wound up in the hands of a Utah Jazz ball boy who has consigned them to auction more than 16 years later.
A teenager who just wanted something cool to put on his wall while working for the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1970s stands to make some big money when the Oscar Robertson and Lew Alcindor jerseys are sold next month.