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Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
Nba basketball cards 101   card terminology
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  • 1. NBA Basketball Cards 101: Card Terminology • Base - Regular cards/Basic card, which may contain 60, 90, 120 or even up to 300 cards per set. • Insert - Subsets, usually it contain 10-20 card per set created under a series example “Jambalaya” series, “Total O” series. It random insert to the pack with fix ratio. Ex, 1:29 mean 1 out of 29 packs.
  • 2. • Jerseys - Cards that contain event worn / game worn jersey pieces. Some of it may have multiple color or player in the card.• Patches - Cards that contain event worn/ game worn jersey patches (usually multi-color)
  • 3. • Autographs - Cards that contain autograph(s) of players o On-card auto – hand signed by player directly on card, it usually worth more than sticker auto card. o Sticker auto – hand signed by player on sticker and stick on card
  • 4. o Cut auto – The autograph or material is obtain from a 3rd party source and authenticated by card manufacturer. Usually from legend who passed away. o Inscription/Nickname - personal message / nickname singed on card. Like “The Worm” nickname of Dennis Rodman.• Printing plates - metal plates which used to print the card. Has 4 colors ( Black, Red, Blue, Yellow) and always is 1/1 masterpieces
  • 5. • Numbered cards - short print/SP cards, can be as rare as only “1 of 1". First copy (i.e. 01/25), last copy (i.e. 299/299) and number same as the players jersey number (i.e. 7/xx for Brandon Roy)
  • 6. • Chrome o Chrome Base - cards with a chromium, shiny surface
  • 7. o Refractors - even more shinyo X-fractor - chrome with mini-square patter
  • 8. o Superfractor - refer to picture, usually a 1 of 1• Jersey Tags - cards contain tag from jerseys• Logoman - usually 1 of 1
  • 9. • Team Logo - patch from the team logo (partial or whole)• Die-Cut - non-rectangular card
  • 10. • 9-Up/Uncut Sheet- Uncut sheet of nine cards, usually promos.• Box Topper Card - Card included in a factory sealed box.• Film card – card content a piece of film with memorable moment for the player.• Video card – introduce by Panini which have a LCD and chip to reply highlight moment for the player.
  • 11. • Parallel Card - A modified base card, which may contain extra foil stamping, hologram stamping that distinguishes the card from the base card.• Rookie Cards - cards released in the rookie year for a player (sometimes people do not count certain inserts and consider them not true rookie card)
  • 12. • Baseball patch – cards contain pieces of baseball• Basketball patch – cards contain pieces of baseball
  • 13. • Game Floor - cards that contain pieces of game used floor• Booklet Cards - card that opens up into 2 or more panels
  • 14. • Buybacks - card manufacturers buy cards from older series, and re-insert them into new releases, sometimes autographed (i.e. the Melo below is a jersey card from 03-04 black diamond and re-released in 04-05 ultimate autographed)• Manufactured patch - patch that is manufactured just for the card, never been used in events or game, nor worn by any player (sometimes letter patch can be manufactured as well)
  • 15. • Letter patch - letter patch product base on player, city, team name.• Sketch cards - artist hand-drawn cards
  • 16. • Plexi-Glass cards - cards made of plexi-glass
  • 17. • Gold Cards - card contain real 14k or 22k gold
  • 18. • Redemption cards - when manufacturers could not produce the card in time or the release / waiting for a player to sign. They put redemptions into packs, which owner can redeem it on company website and cards will be mail directly to the owner.• Rainbow - getting every variation of a single card
  • 19. • Graded card - card submitted to grading company, sealed in a case

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