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1993-94 Ultra Scoring Kings Basketball Cards: Review and Recent Sales Trends

The 1993-94 Ultra Scoring Kings inserts, an insert that used to be more or less overlooked, have recently risen to the top of many collectors wish lists. This instantly recognizable insert with a flash of lighting in the background features Jordan, Shaq, Barkley, and seven other players from the early 90s. The cards were inserted […]

Past and Present NBA Players with Basketball Card Collections

If you’ve been collecting basketball cards for a while, or just recently started following the basketball card market, you know just how crazy things have been recently. There have been multiple million dollar card sales featuring some of the best players, like Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, and Luka Doncic. However, if you think basketball card […]

Flair Showcase Class of Ninety-six Rookie Cards: Review & 1-Year Price Analysis

If Steve Jobs, the late cofounder of Apple, designed a basketball card, I think it would look a lot like the 1996-97 Flair Showcase Class of Ninety-six rookie cards (although he probably would have chosen a simpler font). Jobs preferred simplicity and minimalism to complexity, and the look of these rookie cards are beautifully simplistic, […]

Basketball Card Collector Interview with Card Purchaser

I’ve been way behind with a few basketball card collector interview posts and some other posts as well as a result of my wife and I relocating from Boston to Austin. It was quite the trip but I’ll spare you all the details of the harrowing 3-day drive in a 17-foot U-haul. Right before the […]

How many Michael Jordan Error Cards are there?

The short answer to this question is there are at least three Michael Jordan error cards. If you want to know what they are, how they happened, and how much they sell for, please check out this post.

Basketball Card Collector Interview with Elite Collections

Each new interview brings new insights and new perspectives. I recently had the awesome opportunity to connect with an individual new to the hobby, and learned that a random Southern Oregon garage sale (and an unbelievable card pickup) was what got him hooked. And as the name suggests, he does have some elite cards in […]


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Hi, I’m Conor. Professional data analyst and desk jockey by day and freelance writer and basketball card enthusiast in my spare time. I spend most of my energy covering cards from the 1980s – 2000s and this blog is a way to track and share some my favorite cards with other fans of the hobby!

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