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A Breakdown Of 2023-24 Donruss Basketball And Checklist + The Mystery Of The “No Autograph” Wemby

2023 donruss basketball

This is one of the final releases of Donruss Basketball, one of the most significant products in the Panini arsenal.

We are sure to miss it when the release is gone. It is probably the best set-completist release from the company, combining a strong and desirable base set with remarkable “Rated Rookie” parallels and some of the best-case hits in the business.

The status and reputation of this release in the hobby are not in doubt. It stands as one of the biggest releases on the calendar. This release is very exciting because it will include Wemby.

But there is a lot more to consider. Does this year’s release reach the heights of previous iterations? Read the 2023-24 Donruss Basketball review to find out.

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The history of Donruss

Donruss was a veteran American card company, competing with Topps from 1954 and on. Unlike most card companies, which had started as tobacco and gum manufacturers, Donruss was a confectionary conglomerate.

In its early years, Donruss mainly produced non-sports cards. However, it did make some very memorable racing cards as well.

In the 1980s, the Topps’s monopoly on baseball was (temporarily, as it turned out) broken. Donruss was one of the companies that challenged the big dogs for a place in the sun. They had some success during the “junk wax” era.

Donruss cards were mainly well known for the puzzle pieces they often contained as well as iconic rated rookies. They also made an impression with the hand-drawn Diamond Kings inserts.

But eventually, the company fell on hard times when the “junk wax” era ended. They hobbled until 2011 when Panini bought the cards’ rights and began making their lines of Donruss cards.

History Of Donruss Basketball

The first time a set of Panini Donruss Basketball hit the shelves was in 2014-15. It folded the Donruss Elite brand, the premier basketball release from the company throughout the 21st century, into this release. Elite was included as a 100-card set within the 2014-15 Donruss Basketball base set.

But the highlight of the base set was the “Rated Rookies,” which were already iconic in the hobby from a series of beloved baseball rookie cards.

Steph Currie 2009 Donruss Elite

 That inaugural release was billed as a nostalgic look at 1980s basketball cards. That makes sense because Donruss was an antiquated brand at that time. But Panini was forward-looking enough to introduce some necessary modern touches.

There were three auto and memorabilia cards in that first hobby box. It also included new elements, such as jersey cards and die cuts. Indeed, Donruss did far better than most releases regarding the quality of the inserts it produced. The inclusion of Court Kings was instantly popular and would later spawn a standalone spinoff.

With all these goodies on the checklist, Panini Donruss Basketball soon became the premier simple and inexpensive product in the annual Panini roster. It has remained in that position ever since, an essential part of the basketball collecting landscape.

As a final testament to the popularity of Donruss Basketball, Panini issued a standalone Chrome version of the release in 2016. Since 2016-17, Donruss Optic Basketball has also been a staple for the hobby.

2023-24 Donruss Basketball release date

Panini has heard our incessant cries for more timely releases and is releasing essential products at a reasonable time of year. Panini has always been better about this product, which they ascribe far greater importance than others.

The hobby box will drop on January 24, 2024. Meanwhile, we will have to wait another week until the release of the Choice box on February 2, 2024.

That is excellent news because the 2023-24 basketball season will be in full swing. Indeed, it is a good while before the All-Star break, scheduled for February 16-18. The 2020-21 product came out on March 3, 2021. So, a couple of weeks after the All-Star break. The last time it was a bit later was on February 25, 2022.

The dates for this product used to be better. Back in 2019-20, Panini released the product on December 13, 2019. But we won’t be mean about this. The date is a significant improvement and perfectly reasonable.

2023-24 Donruss Basketball release format

Donruss Basketball is one of the most egalitarian and non-snobby releases in the Panini basketball release calendar. Therefore, it traditionally has a more significant retail release component than most.

It includes blasters, fat packs, and other formats we rarely see for basketball. There is also a hobby box alternative known as the Choice box.

We only have specific details for the hobby box and Choice box. But we will provide info based on previous releases for the other formats.

Hobby Box

  • 6 packs per box
  • 8 cards per pack
  • 12 boxes per case
  • Find 2 autographs, 10 inserts/parallels, 6 base or base rookie parallels, and 2 base rookies per box, on average
  • A hobby box presells for $324.95
  • A case presells for $3,894.95

Choice Box

  • 1 pack per box
  • 10 cards per pack
  • 20 boxes per case
  • Find 2 autographs and 3 exclusive parallels per box, on average
  • A Choice box presells for $324.95
  • A case presells for $6,449.95


  • 6 packs per box
  • 15 cards per pack
  • 11 Inserts/Parallels Per Box
  • Often includes retail exclusives, such as holo pink lasers
  • Last year, blasters sell for around $22

Cello Pack

  • 30 cards per pack
  • Often includes retail exclusives, such as holo pink lasers
  • Last year, packs sold for around $10

Fat Pack

  • 30 cards per pack
  • Often includes retail exclusives, such as holo pink lasers
  • Last year, packs sold for around $16

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2023-24 Donruss Basketball pros

Because it was considered a relatively low-budget release, Donruss Basketball did not have case hits in the past. But for the 2022-23 release, Panini brought Night Moves into the picture.

That helped make cases and hobby boxes for this product far more attractive than they had been. Animation is also a pretty good case hit. However, it is not as famous or beautiful as its Night Moves counterpart.

Adding these great case hits played a significant advantage for Donruss Basketball. It has top-notch inserts. It is tough to resist the allure of two in particular. Net Marvels, which uses the aesthetic of the popular superhero universe, has been a great success.

The cards look great and have substantial value when you consider they aren’t all that scarce. The other trendy inserts are the crunch time cards. They look like the cover of a cereal box and do a fabulous job of bringing that appeal to the cards, with a striking basketball pun to boot.

We can’t vouch for the 2023-24 version yet. But over the last couple of years, the retail releases for Donruss Basketball have generally been pretty generous with strong inserts and parallels. You can’t expect to hit autos or anything like that. But buying an inexpensive fat pack and striking some strong similarities is excellent. I’ve had that experience more than once over the last few years.

2023-24 Donruss Basketball cons

The main pro for Donruss Basketball has traditionally been its relatively low price. It was the fun, lower-priced box you could get guilt-free and still hit some big cards.

Meanwhile, Donruss Basketball was the natural choice for fans who wanted to complete the set. There are no good options anymore for the old-school basketball collector. But the affordability of this set is a debatable point right now.

The hobby boxes now cost $325, which is not a chump change and undermines the traditional branding of the product. That is no longer a budget price.

For many of us, spending over $300 on something we still consider a (higher portion of) lower-end product is a challenging prospect.  That is what Prizm cost not too long ago.

Now, Prizm costs as much as high-end products did three years ago. There has been a fundamental realignment of prices in basketball cards, and none of it has favored the consumers.

The Donruss Basketball design problem

I am not sure why the designs for Donruss Basketball have been so awful over the last few years. But there is no getting around the fact they have been. Donruss started as a sort of nostalgia release for Panini. But lately, they have been trying to make it ultra-modern. However, few people seem to like it.

They may have more success going back to their roots. The 2023-24 Donruss Basketball base card design may be more horrific than in 2022-23. That one had ugly, spiky things sticking at the sides of the picture for no apparent reason.

It was similar to the 2021 Topps Baseball design, which is not a compliment. One user on Blowout Forums said, “The design is a legit crime against humanity. Utterly disgusting.”

The spikes are a bit dreadful, but they come with white strips of space cutting into the picture. Who thought this was a good idea? Honestly, having a design this bad for a product of this importance is embarrassing.

Luckily, the plans for the inserts and autographs are far better. However, none are above average. Donruss Basketball, in one of its final appearances as a licensed product, deserves better.

Kobe Bufkin 2023-24 Donruss Basketball

2023-24 Donruss Basketball checklist

The 2023-24 Donruss Basketball base set size has not been announced yet. Last year it consisted of 200 cards, and we imagine it will stay that way.

The list always comes with a generous “Rated Rookie” card smattering. We will discuss the quality of the rookie class below.


The complete list of parallels hasn’t been released yet. But these will be included:

  • Silver Die-Cut Press Proofs (/75)
  • Blue Laser Holos (/49)
  • Gold Die-Cut Press Proofs (/25)
  • Gold Laser Holo (/10)
  • 1/1 Black Laser Holo

The Press Proof versions of the “Rated Rookie” cards are often a sneaky good investment without breaking the bank. Look out for those.

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The rookie class of 2023-24 Donruss Basketball

There hasn’t been a highly-rated rookie class since the 2019 Draft. That one contained both Zion Williamson and Luka Doncic. Meanwhile, the most highly rated rookie in this product, Victor Wembanyama, is easily the most hyped since LeBron James came into the league for the 2003-04 season.

His cards are already among the most popular and commonly graded in the hobby, and he doesn’t even have a proper rookie card yet. Once these 2023-24 Donruss Basketball “Rated Rookie” cards come on the market, they will easily be the most popular cards in the hobby until the Prizms hit the shelves.

Indeed, these cards are such a big deal that they are likely to increase the popularity of basketball cards. They have fallen far behind baseball and are at about the same level as football after taking over as the top hobby sport in 2019-20.

Of course, the question is, does Wemby deserve all the hype? Will his cards be worth that much in the long term? More extraordinary basketball minds than mine have weighed this question.

The French player is this highly rated because he is dominant in the paint, can shoot from the outside, and is defensively gifted. Pretty close to a perfect player.

His stats are ridiculous for a rookie. With (at the time of writing) 19.3 points, 10.1 rebounds, and 3.3 blocks per game. He leads the league in blocks as a 20-year-old. 

The one thing that could stop him is his physique. The very tall and skinny type does not inspire a lot of confidence. It looks visually frail, and there is some support for the theory that they are more injury prone than solid nig men. Ralph Sampson, a 6”11 phenom from the 1980s who succumbed to injury, is a possible cautionary tale.

Aside from Wemby what is there?

Wembanyama is the kind of guy who sucks all the oxygen out of the room. But he isn’t the be-all and end-all of the rookie class. Another great name on this list is Brandon Miller. He scores 14 points per game and is generally a defensive pest.

His Bowman University cards are already getting good prices. People aren’t talking about Miller as much as they should be, but he seems like the real thing. Jaime Jaquez Jr. and Dereck Lively II are overperforming so far, and it will be interesting to see if they can keep it up.

Meanwhile, Scoot Henderson is showing great potential but not entirely living up to his talent. However, Portland isn’t the greatest place to develop right now.

Looking at this group, another player aside from Wemby will eventually emerge as a big star. Most likely Miller.

Victor Wembanyama No Autograph Next Day card

One notable card that is being pulled from 2023 Donruss Basketball are Victor Wembanyama No Autograph cards. Yes, you read that right. The Victor Wembanyama cards from the release that were originally intended to be autographs have the words “No Autograph” on the white spot where the signature would normally go. Very weird indeed.

The cards come with the designation because Wemby has an exclusive deal with Fanatics and Topps, and thus cannot have signed products in Panini. Of course, it begs the question, why release the cards at all? Is this a joke or from Panani or do they simply not care?

Regardless of the “why” for the card, these cards will undoubtedly be collectible in their own way although we are guessing most collectors will prefer a Wemby auto versus a “No Autograph” Wemby, but in Wemby mania, who knows — these cards just may be an interesting novelty for collectors.


Of all the Panini products, Donruss Basketball may have the best inserts, but not necessarily in terms of value. Its case hits are not the most prestigious ones on the market.

But it has managed to line up some of the most aesthetically pleasing inserts of any product in any sport. But does 2023-24 Donruss Basketball live up to previous years? Let’s see what inserts are included this time around.


The Animation inserts are pretty simple. They make our favorite basketball stars look like cartoons. One strange thing everyone has noticed about these cards is that they make everyone look ridiculously jacked.

The biggest NBA stars are already some of the best physical specimens out there. But the cards often make them look like Schwarzenegger in his prime. Overall, these cards are very attractive.

The problem is that they don’t sell for the price you want from a case hit. A few hundred dollars at most.

Crunch Time

I think we can all agree that the best Crunch Time cards are the ones that look like a cereal box with a three-dimensional effect. The pun is great. The look is great. An absolute classic.

However, Panini removed that element for some years and left us nothing unique about this card. We hope the box is used for 2023-24. They aren’t worth all that much but are among the most astonishing inserts in the hobby.

Dominators / Rookie Dominators

An insert series highlighting the most dominant players in the NBA. The back of the card describes what the player is most dominant at.

There are autographed versions of the Dominators and a rookie subset as well. But no matter how you try to spin it, Dominators cards aren’t worth all that much.

Net Marvels

The Net Marvels have a lot of cache despite not being all that scarce. That is because these cards have an impeccable aesthetic, using the franchise style that has dominated the movie industry over the last few years. The very appealing look guarantees there will always be a market for these cards.

Meanwhile, the low-numbered and scarce versions have values reminiscent of case hits. Including Net Marvel’s inserts is one of the most appealing things about the Donruss Basketball release.

Night Moves

If you are an olden goldie like myself, you know this is named after everyone’s favorite Bob Seger song. At its best, this is a remarkable design. It features the player’s image on a background of the blackest space, with various constellations behind it.

Sometimes, it falls flat, but the best ones are spectacular. The value is higher than the Animation case hits and can reach about $1,500 for a PSA 10. Of course, that means it isn’t an elite case hit.

Retro Series

At its best, the Donruss Basketball Retro Series is a sophisticated and knowing wink at classic card designs. The cards often have chrome and refractor elements, added to cool old-school touches like James Worthy goggles and the like.

Other times, they look like any additional insert. Either way, even the low-numbered versions of these cards are not worth much.


These inserts show our favorite players flexing and yelling in celebration. We all love that kind of picture, so there are no complaints here.

And they have a predator animal, a lion, or something in the background. It’s not much of a concept, but it is reasonably calm. However, even the low-numbered versions of this are worth very little.

Zero Gravity

Another space-themed insert. These show the player floating through or just above Earth’s atmosphere. You know, around satellite level.

The players are invariably jumping and defying gravity. That kind of thing. Often beautiful, the numbered items can be worth a few hundred dollars.


As autos have become a more important part of the hobby, Donruss Basketball has incorporated them into the release. Indeed, the two included in every hobby box probably have much to do with the higher price.

Because Donruss has some significant assets, like the “Rated Rookies” and many beautiful inserts, an auto version can pop up. Therefore, we are happy to see a good selection in the 2023-24 Donruss Basketball release.

Next Day Autographs

These cards are signed in a Panini event and then immediately taken by the company, bypassing the lengthy and cumbersome process by which most autos are collected.

One great advantage these have over other Donruss Basketball cards is that the autograph is on the card. But the pictures tend to be staged, airbrushed, and generally unattractive.

Nonetheless, the market likes Next Day Autographs, and they sell for more than most autos from this release. Check out our complete guide to these cards here.

Rated Rookies Signatures

The idea is simple and almost self-evident. Add an auto to the excellent “Rated Rookies” from the Donruss Basketball base set. Since those are some of the most iconic rookie cards in the hobby, there was no way this could fail. The values are pretty good for these, as you would expect them to be.

But I have no doubt the execution harms the resale value of Rated Rookies Signatures. Tacky sticker autos are an issue on all the low-end Panini products. But for these cards, it can be particularly annoying. They are often quite ugly or included in an ample white space, making the cards unattractive.

Panini Donruss Basketball value

Traditionally, Donruss Basketball was something we bought for fun. For the great inserts and to complete a set. Value wasn’t something we took into consideration in particular.

But with boxes now topping $300, we can’t just buy 2023-24 Donruss Basketball for fun. We must also consider whether or not it is a worthy investment.  


With boxes costing a good deal more, that can also potentially increase the upside of stashing away a few boxes in the pantry.

But only if the value of older wax has been climbing in a manner that justifies these high prices. So, let’s see how the recent boxes are performing.

2018-19 Donruss Basketball Hobby Box$879.95
2019-20 Donruss Basketball Hobby Box$799.95
2020-21 Donruss Basketball Hobby Box$229.95
2021-22 Donruss Basketball Hobby Box$218
2022-23 Donruss Basketball Hobby Box$199

The bad news is pretty apparent. The last time a box was worth more than the current selling price was back in 2019-20. Those are the pre-COVID days and a pretty remarkable rookie class.

That doesn’t bode well for the resale value of a $325 2023-24 Donruss Basketball hobby box. Nonetheless, there is reason for hope. Usually, new boxes don’t have much chance to compete with 2019-20 ones.

And this one may not either. But because it contains Wemby rookie cards, the 2023-24 Donruss Basketball hobby box has at least a chance of reaching those levels.


2022-23 Donruss Basketball Chet Holmgren Rated Rookie Gold Auto #202 /10 (Raw)$1,300
2018-19 Panini Donruss Basketball Luka Doncic Rookie Card Jersey Auto /99 (BGS 8.5)$828
2021 Donruss Basketball Damian Lillard Black Choice 1/1 (Raw)$599
2020-21 Donruss Basketball Anthony Edwards Signature Series #SGAED (Raw)$583
2020 Zion Williamson Black Donruss Elite Basketball SPELLBOUND “Z” 1/1 (PSA 10)$423

The Donruss Basketball product is not a hopeless stash. It can sometimes be worth quite a bit with Wemby, which is a more distinct possibility than usual. But ultimately, this is a product for ripping.

There is no doubt this is a fabulous ripping product from the perspective of the fun cards that it offers. There is a reason Donruss Basketball has become such a staple in the hobby.

But what about value? Are the strongest cards in this traditionally low-end product capable of justifying the far higher price tag?

These are the strongest recent sales from Donruss Basketball on eBay in January 2024. As you can see, the sales prices are not all that strong. They seem lower than a couple of years ago.

It certainly seems like the Donruss Optic Basketball singles are selling far more potent because of the chrome factor. While that is understandable, it makes it all the less of a compelling prospect for collectors to buy these boxes at $325 a pop.

The final word on 2023-24 Donruss Basketball

There is so much to recommend for 2023-24 Donruss Basketball. The franchise has always brought the heat with its inserts. It also has pretty decent case hits, unlike in the past. Making this release even better is the rookie class. Wemby alone makes this an exceptional rookie class and a box likely to have value in the long term.

The problem is that Panini has over-priced an item that is essentially a low-end one. But the value of its strongest cards and wax has not risen with that new price.

If anything, the prices of singles seem to have dropped. Collectors who want value and, like the Donruss brand, have long ago moved to Optic. The paper Donruss cards have taken a corresponding tumble.

Indeed, there is no question that in terms of value per dollar of investment, Optic is a FAR better deal. But Panini is relying on all the people eager to get those Wemby rookies to buy in.

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2023-24 Donruss Basketball Checklist

Check below for the full 2023-24 Donruss Basketball checklist:

2023-24 Donruss Checklist

wdt_ID set player TEAM POSITION CARD NUMBER numberofcards
1 Animation LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers F 1
2 Animation Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors G 2
3 Animation Luka Doncic Dallas Mavericks G 3
4 Animation Victor Wembanyama San Antonio Spurs C 4
5 Animation Scoot Henderson Portland Trail Blazers G 5
6 Animation Brandon Miller Charlotte Hornets F 6
7 Animation Amen Thompson Houston Rockets F 7
8 Animation Ausar Thompson Detroit Pistons F 8
9 Animation Jayson Tatum Boston Celtics F 9
10 Animation Bilal Coulibaly Washington Wizards F 10
11 Base Bones Hyland Los Angeles Clippers G 1
12 Base LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers F 2
13 Base Derrick White Boston Celtics G 3
14 Base Tobias Harris Philadelphia 76ers F 4
15 Base Harrison Barnes Sacramento Kings F 5
16 Base Collin Sexton Utah Jazz G 6
17 Base Cameron Payne Milwaukee Bucks G 7
18 Base Tyrese Haliburton Indiana Pacers G 8
19 Base Desmond Bane Memphis Grizzlies G 9
20 Base Richaun Holmes Dallas Mavericks F 10
21 Base Cade Cunningham Detroit Pistons G 11
22 Base Myles Turner Indiana Pacers C 12
23 Base Mike Conley Minnesota Timberwolves G 13
24 Base Kenneth Lofton Jr. Memphis Grizzlies F 14
25 Base Trae Young Atlanta Hawks G 15
26 Base Rudy Gobert Minnesota Timberwolves C 16
27 Base Malcolm Brogdon Portland Trail Blazers G 17
28 Base Austin Reaves Los Angeles Lakers G 18
29 Base Bradley Beal Phoenix Suns G 19
30 Base Malik Monk Sacramento Kings G 20
31 Base Immanuel Quickley New York Knicks G 21
32 Base Jake LaRavia Memphis Grizzlies F 22
33 Base Seth Curry Dallas Mavericks G 23
34 Base De'Andre Hunter Atlanta Hawks F 24
35 Base Trey Murphy III New Orleans Pelicans G 25
36 Base Peyton Watson Denver Nuggets F 26
37 Base Tyler Herro Miami Heat G 27
38 Base Zach LaVine Chicago Bulls G 28
39 Base Kawhi Leonard Los Angeles Clippers F 29
40 Base Brandon Ingram New Orleans Pelicans F 30
41 Base Dejounte Murray Atlanta Hawks G 31
42 Base Keegan Murray Sacramento Kings F 32
43 Base Kristaps Porzingis Boston Celtics F 33
44 Base Gordon Hayward Charlotte Hornets F 34
45 Base Kevin Durant Phoenix Suns F 35
46 Base Lauri Markkanen Utah Jazz F 36
47 Base Rui Hachimura Los Angeles Lakers F 37
48 Base Aaron Gordon Denver Nuggets F 38
49 Base Darius Garland Cleveland Cavaliers G 39
50 Base Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Oklahoma City Thunder G 40
51 Base Julius Randle New York Knicks F 41
52 Base Ochai Agbaji Utah Jazz F 42
53 Base Devin Booker Phoenix Suns G 43
54 Base Damian Lillard Milwaukee Bucks G 44
55 Base Spencer Dinwiddie Brooklyn Nets G 45
56 Base Scottie Barnes Toronto Raptors G 46
57 Base Devin Vassell San Antonio Spurs G 47
58 Base Kyrie Irving Dallas Mavericks G 48
59 Base Talen Horton-Tucker Utah Jazz G 49
60 Base Keldon Johnson San Antonio Spurs G 50
61 Base Deni Avdija Washington Wizards F 51
62 Base Matisse Thybulle Portland Trail Blazers F 52
63 Base Cam Reddish Los Angeles Lakers F 53
64 Base Herbert Jones New Orleans Pelicans F 54
65 Base Ziaire Williams Memphis Grizzlies F 55
66 Base PJ Washington Jr. Charlotte Hornets F 56
67 Base RJ Barrett New York Knicks F 57
68 Base Nikola Jokic Denver Nuggets C 58
69 Base Devonte' Graham San Antonio Spurs G 59
70 Base Eric Gordon Phoenix Suns G 60
71 Base Draymond Green Golden State Warriors F 61
72 Base Christian Wood Los Angeles Lakers F 62
73 Base James Harden Los Angeles Clippers G 63
74 Base Jimmy Butler Miami Heat F 64
75 Base Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors G 65
76 Base Isaiah Mobley Cleveland Cavaliers F 66
77 Base Onyeka Okongwu Atlanta Hawks F 67
78 Base Gabe Vincent Los Angeles Lakers G 68
79 Base Cameron Thomas Brooklyn Nets G 69
80 Base Mikal Bridges Brooklyn Nets F 70
81 Base Bam Adebayo Miami Heat F 71
82 Base Deandre Ayton Portland Trail Blazers C 72
83 Base Kyle Lowry Miami Heat G 73
84 Base Patrick Beverley Philadelphia 76ers G 74
85 Base Derrick Rose Memphis Grizzlies G 75
86 Base Jalen Williams Oklahoma City Thunder G 76
87 Base Jose Alvarado New Orleans Pelicans G 77
88 Base Chris Paul Golden State Warriors G 78
89 Base Terance Mann Los Angeles Clippers G 79
90 Base Walker Kessler Utah Jazz C 80
91 Base Robert Williams III Portland Trail Blazers C 81
92 Base Domantas Sabonis Sacramento Kings F 82
93 Base Max Strus Cleveland Cavaliers G 83
94 Base Moses Moody Golden State Warriors G 84
95 Base Luguentz Dort Oklahoma City Thunder G 85
96 Base Naz Reid Minnesota Timberwolves F 86
97 Base LaMelo Ball Charlotte Hornets G 87
98 Base Davion Mitchell Sacramento Kings G 88
99 Base Franz Wagner Orlando Magic F 89
100 Base Chris Duarte Sacramento Kings G 90
set player TEAM POSITION CARD NUMBER numberofcards
Shaiel Ben-Ephraim

Shaiel Ben-Ephraim

Shaiel Ben-Ephraim is the emeritus editor of Cardlines. He continues to write for several hobby outlets, including this one and Cardbase. He collects primarily vintage baseball and soccer and has a weird obsession with 1971 Topps.

In his spare time, Shaiel is sobbing into his bourbon when the Mets lose and playing Dungeons and Dragons. In a past life, Dr. Ben-Ephraim was a political science professor, journalist, and diplomat. But cards are more fun.

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