Filed under: First look, NHL, Panini | Tags: 2010-11 Donruss basketball, Basketball, basketball cards, Donruss, NBA, Panini, Panini America
By Chris Olds | Editor
Donruss is taking to the hardwood.
Panini America announced Tuesday its plans for the first Donruss basketball set in collecting history, a set complete with some design nods to the baseball cards from the 1980s but with the touches of modern-day Panini products.
And that means, you know, Rated Rookie cards of John Wall, Evan Turner and many others.
Set to arrive on Dec. 22, 2010-11 Donruss Basketball will include three autograph or memorabilia cards per box along with at least 20 die-cut parallel cards per box. The base set will consist of 295 cards and also will have a complete parallel set as well.
See more from the set after the jump.
We’ll have more on this one as it becomes available.
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