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Like on the main forum, let's do one a day per poster. I will start with this highlight of my collection:



My favorite Wilt card and probably my favorite childhood basketball card. I vividly recall getting it in a collection of cards in the mid-1970s.
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Sweet card of the "Stilt" Adam! Here's a card that took years for me to find...
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This got me started on a 1970 Topps set.
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If Wilt wasn't enough to get me to start building this set this helped make the decision as the 2nd card for my set.
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Great Thread Adam. That is a sharp looking 69 Wilt you have. The "BiG O" is one of my favorite players.

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One of my all-time favorite cards...
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Great stuff; let me bring the quality way down:



For a season or two Slick Watts was my favorite player. I don't know why. Maybe the nickname, maybe the slick at a time of gigantic 'fros, maybe the headband. Just one of the guys from your childhood that you like for no particular reason (along with baseball pitcher Wilbur Wood (I played Little League with a Wilbur Wood model glove), football player Garo Yepremian, and hockey player Pete Mahovlich).
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Connie not looking very happy on picture day!!
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That is one great looking card. How many cards from that set?
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11. Ten players plus HOF coach Clair Bee.
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I like the printing anomalies for this set. Especially when I can get cards for under a dollar.
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Earliest card of HOFer Clyde Lovelette, from the 1952 Olympics.
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Another card I got for about a dollar. A centered one would have not only cost more but just wouldn't be as interesting.
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My 1957 Topps "partial" set (79 of 80) missing #77 Bill Russell RC. Fun to dig these out tonight, and to be honest, I'm surprised the condition is pretty nice compared to some cards in my collection lol.
I'm not going to pay $5,000+ for a Bill Russell RC, so one of these days I'll buy one of those five dollar reprints on eBay.

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I wasn't gonna spring for a fancy one either. Got this before the run-up

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1961 Fleer "partial" set missing four cards:

(low grade prices)

#8 Wilt Chamberlain RC $3,000
#36 Oscar Robertson RC $2,200
#43 Jerry West RC $1,600
#47 Wilt Chamberlain IA $750

(looks like more reprints for me)

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I've got the "near set blues" 1948 Bowman missing three high numbers:

#55 Max Zaslovsky RC $75
#58 Arnie Risen RC $75
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Another 71 HOF rookie card.

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"Big" Ben Wallace, going into the HOF later this year!
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1971-72 Topps Trio set. According to the SCD article (link below) these were inserts in regular 1971-72 Topps basketball wax packs. I picked up the full set at the National a few years ago for $100 which I thought was kind of steep. I visited the dealer a few times and he wouldn't budge on the price. Finally the last day of the show I hadn't spent all my money and the set was still sitting in his binder so I forked over the cash. Glad I did now.


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Mr Mikan!
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Some Knicks schedule cards





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Nate Thurmond was the first player to ever record a quadruple-double in the NBA.

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1959-60 Hawks team issue

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One of my favorite players of all time.

"The Enforcer's RC"

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The color Kahnís basketball cards are my favorites. Here are 3 of the big cards. I only need the elusive Lucas windows closed that Iíve never seen.
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1971-72 Topps Trio set. According to the SCD article (link below) these were inserts in regular 1971-72 Topps basketball wax packs. I picked up the full set at the National a few years ago for $100 which I thought was kind of steep. I visited the dealer a few times and he wouldn't budge on the price. Finally the last day of the show I hadn't spent all my money and the set was still sitting in his binder so I forked over the cash. Glad I did now.


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I spent a lot of time during the pandemic digging out boxes and organizing my collection. Found the stickers and was missing more than I thought. Then again I also found an index card box that had all kind of stickers that 12 year old me pasted stickers on.

Down to two of the ABA ones to finish (I had no ABA stickers in my collection)
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Not a valuable card but one of the best looking Mamba cards IMO

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Heckuva nice Dr. J., Herb. Looks better than the grade.


1968 Minnesota Pipers Team Issue Connie Hawkins. Not a photo: 4 x 5 halftone print on card stock.
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Man, "The Hawk" was so young there!

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1975 McAdoo proof



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