The Blowout Cards Forums are where thousands of collectors converge daily to discuss, well, a little bit of everything. Here are a few threads about collecting and more that you should check out right now.
What’s Buzzing Today: Big pulls, NBA collections and ripping 1986-87 Fleer … or not.
“The Big Fundamental” has a big Sports Illustrated issue all to himself.
The long-running magazine has released a Tim Duncan retirement issue, which is available now for $12.99. A print of the cover also is available for $19.99 along with issues that can be purchased directly from SI.
A star for the San Antonio Spurs for 19 seasons, Duncan retired on Monday as a five-time NBA champ, a two-time league MVP, a three-time Finals MVP and a 15-time All-Star. His next stop will undoubtedly be the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass.
The Blowout Cards Forums are where thousands of collectors converge daily to discuss, well, a little bit of everything. Here are five threads about collecting and more that you should check out right now.
What’s Buzzing Today: Showing off your Top 10 cards, 1990s NBA box breaks, Bartolo Colon‘s historic homer, 2015 Topps Diamond & Tim Duncan‘s cardboard.
San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard just finished his fifth season in the NBA and he’s already added to a strong resume that should spark interest in his perhaps still-overlooked cards.
He was named the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year for the second season in a row on Monday and that puts him in some elite territory as only the eighth player in league history to win the award in back-to-back seasons and just the ninth multi-time winner.
He’s a 7-foot-3 NBA rookie who’s on the only team with perhaps the best shot of dethroning the Golden State Warriors’ juggernaut. He’s a rookie who’s only averaged 5.7 points and 3.6 rebounds a game but already has regional TV commercial appearances because he’s already got a bit of a cult following.
His name is Boban Marjanovic … and he’s a San Antonio Spur who’s also now got his first official NBA Rookie Card from Panini America. It’s arrived at a perfect time, too.
Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns is off to a historic start after his first five games as an NBA rookie.
On Saturday, the No. 1 overall pick scored 17 points and grabbed 13 rebounds against the Chicago Bulls, putting him in some elite company.