Preview: 2012-13 Panini Momentum Basketball

Another Panini Basketball product is on it’s way out, and this time, they bring us 2012-13 Panini Momentum.


The first thing collectors should be looking for in Panini Momentum are the Momentus Rookie Autographs. These cards will feature the best rookies from the 2011 and 2012 drafts. Another autograph set to look for are the Momentum Autographs. This set has a very clean look and will feature some of the leagues most talented players.

A third Autograph set that collectors may find interesting are the Monumental Marks. This set will feature some of the best players from the present as well as the past. It’s also important to note that there will be a 300 base set featuring 85 of the best rookies.


Each box contains 1 pack with 15 cards per pack. In each box, it will contain 5 autograph cards per box.

You can find the product at DA Card World for around $190 when it releases May 15, 2013.

You can also find the checklist on Cardboard Connection and more information on the official Panini America blog.

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One Response to Preview: 2012-13 Panini Momentum Basketball

  1. dave says:

    I was just the Spring Expo at the Toronto International Convention Centre (May 3, 2013), and I think people need to know that the Manufacturer companies lack service to the customers. Lets start with Panini that did not even show up and I spoke to David a manager from Panini 2 days prior to the show, and he stated that they would be there this was my reasoning for attending the show, and after traveling 3 hours to get to the show to find out Panini was not even there, and with no explanation very poor customer service without even posting on their site that they would not be attending. With Upper Deck no one could make a decision on any of their product, and seemed lost with any question I asked, where was the customer service. I was very impressed with ITG, as the president was there Dr. Price, and had answers talked with the customers, and was very actively involved with everyone. I wanted to share this as there are probably other people like myself, that showed up to be disappointed and very dissatisfied, when I spend thousands of dollar a month on their product. Now with Panini and Upper Deck, I believe customers need to know, the poor service, and hoping this can be submitted in Beckett, and in beckett there should be a customer service satisfaction with the Manufactures so hopefully they can correct their issues. Dave Trudel BPS, RTC, RCS, CYC (CERT), CAC II

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