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1986 Rock Stars

Back of Cards Este Cromo E Parte Integrante Do Livro Ilustrado “Rock Stars” Translated: This Sticker Is An Integral Part Of The Illustrated Book “Rock Stars” Set Facts Large Cards Folded in Half Before Being Added to Packs Tons of Diagnol and Miscut Cards Backs Peeled off before being put into a Book Major Band […]

Johnny Bench Baseball Cards

Johnny Lee Bench was born in 1947 in Oklahoma. His father was a semi-professional baseball player. Despite being in a smaller town, Bench grew to love the game of baseball. Bench was a great student and excelled in both baseball and basketball in high school.   Believe it or not, Bench was known as a […]

Anthony Edwards Rookie Cards

In 2020 with the 1st overall pick in the draft the Minnesota Timberwolves selected Anthony “Ant Man” Edwards. Coming out of Georgia, a school not known for their basketball program, Anthony Edwards wasn’t a lock for the number 1 pick. However he proved his value in his 1st year scoring 19.3 points per game. He […]

George Mikan Basketball Cards

Who was George Mikan? George (a.k.a. Mr. Basketball) Mikan was basketball’s first superstar. He was born in Illinois in 1924 and grew to be 6 foot 10 inches which was extremlly tall for the time.    However, when Mikan was a kid, he wasn’t very interested in basketball at all and was an established marble […]

Elgin Baylor Basketball Cards

Who is Elgin Baylor? Elgin Gay Baylor was drafted 14th overall by the Lakers and stayed with the team for the rest of his career. Baylor averged 27 points and 13 rebounds per game. This was very impressive considering he was only 6 foot 5 inches tall. Most centers nowadays have a hard time obtaining […]