Filed under: Beckett Media, NBA, Panini, Pro Sports | Tags: Amare Stoudemire, Blake Griffin, Brandon Jennings, Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Rose, Evan Turner, kobe bryantm john wall, Panini, Panini America, playoff contenders basketball, playoff contenders patches, Shaq, shauqille o'neal, Tyreke Evans, Wesley Johnson
By Susan Lulgjuraj | Contributing Editor
Playoff Contenders Basketball is getting an upgrade. Panini America is changing the product to Playoff Contenders Patches Basketball.
The 2010-11 installment is set to be released in February.
So, what the big change and why did they add a word to the title?
Each product will still have Rookie Ticket Autographs, but each of those cards will also have a manufactured prime patch. The Rookie Ticket Autographs will be three of the four autos in the 20-pack box, one of which will be a draft lottery pick.
There will be five cards per pack and 12 boxes per case. A case will yield one or more of the following autographs: Kobe Bryant, John Wall, Shaquille O’Neal, dual-signed Building Blocks Black Autographs numbered to 10 or less or Place in History Black Autographs also numbered to 10 or less.
Some of the other autographs include: Blake Griffin, Amar’e Stoudemire, Derrick Rose, Tyreke Evans, Carmelo Anthony, Evan Turner, Wesley Johnson and Brandon Jennings.
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