(2) 2021 Topps Finest Basketball Hobby Box Break

The Topps 582 Montgomery Club was never advertised as a way for flippers to make money. I think a lot of members need to be reminded of that. Early on Topps underestimated the demand for some of the pre-sale items offered to members first, and didn’t price them accordingly. This led to a side effect where you could flip products on a regular basis, and make good money doing so. Overtime Topps has kept an eye on what some of these products sell for on the secondary market, and have priced them closer to what it looks like the public is willing to pay. With that being said, its still possible to flip some of these pre-sales. 2022 Topps Series 1 1st Edition Baseball being a good example.

I took a chance on a few 2021 Topps Finest Basketball boxes offered to members a few weeks ago. Images of this product began to popup on social media last summer, but we weren’t too sure what they were going to be used for. Its the first Finest Basketball product issued since the 2007-08 NBA season. Given that Topps currently does not have an NBA license you won’t find team names and/or logos on these cards. All cards picture the subjects in street clothes.

After a few failed attempts at flipping these boxes (they don’t sell for much more than what they cost) I decided to bust them open. A demand for these cards exists because its the first Finest Basketball cards made in over a decade. The demand would be stronger if they were pictured in their NBA uniforms.

Here is what I pulled:

Autos:

  • Toni Kukoč
  • Vince Carter

Parallels:

  • Dan Majerle Orange Refractor #’ed/25
  • James Worthy Gold Refractor #’ed/50
  • Horace Grant Pink Refractor #’ed/75
  • Shawn Kemp Green Refractor #’ed/99
  • Isiah Thomas Blue Refractor #’ed/150
  • Kurt Rambis Speckle Refractor #’ed/199
  • Kurt Rambis Purple Refractor #’ed/250
  • Tim Hardaway Atomic Refractor #’ed/299
  • Detlef Schrempf Refractor
  • Steve Kerr Refractor
  • Scott Burrell Refractor
  • Steve Smith Refractor
  • Earl Boykins Refractor
  • James Worthy Refractor

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