But I did do some scanning, a mixture of older stuff and some new additions.
First, the new:
I finished my blaster of 2015-16 Donruss. I LOVE this set and I hope to get a hobby box. This season has been the best in the Panini era, design wise, in my opinion. Hoops just struck a chord with me, Complete was great, and now Donruss is another great one.
In my penultimate pack I pulled a SN insert parallel, numbered to 78...an odd number. There are two different versions, one numbered to the player's jersey number, the other numbered to the remainder of the player's jersey number, with 99 being the highest number (for players who wear #1 or #0). It's a little convoluted, and the card doesn't tell you which version you have. The version I pulled, numbered to the remainder, is called "Inspirations".
The last pack yeilded a Karl-Anthony Towns RC...only my third RC of him, joining Prestige and Complete. I don't have his Hoops card yet.
The sole NBA pack was a good one though....2014-15 Totally Certified, which saw me get two SN parallels and an autograph.
Now, onto the stuff that's been in my collection a while.
Since I got the 2005-06 Topps 1952 Style Chrome Elton, seen in my last post, I had to do a page of the old school brown back cards.
Speaking of non-NBA...
I found this in my duplicates box. Technically it is, but my previous copy of the card had a piece of WHITE firesuit. That's a benefit of having your collection scanned, you pick up on stuff like this...eventually!
Now, back to the NBA.
This one was not scanned in the last week, but I didn't post about it when I scanned it during my NBA 20th Anniversary Countdown, but I did process it to the Database this week (it was already on there) so I will show it now.
I was lucky enough to pull the Big Three RCs from 2003-04 Topps Chrome. (LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade). This is the final one of the big three I needed to scan.