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Upper Deck ’92-93 Steve Smith and Tyrone Corbin Error Cards

September 6, 2011
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1992-93 Upper Deck Smith (#110) and Corbin (#100) Errors

Below are 1992-93 Upper Deck error cards of Steve Smith (card #110) and Tyrone Corbin (card #100). The team name “Jazz” was printed across the top of Smith’s card and the team name “Heat” was printed across the top of Corbin’s card. These errors were eventually corrected. Click here for the corrected version of...

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Upper Deck ’06-07 Pau Gasol Error Card

September 4, 2011
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Upper Deck 2006-07 #087/199 Sweet Swatches Error (Front)

The “Sweet Swatches” card spells Pau Gaol’s first name incorrectly on the front as “Pao”. However, the back of the card does spell his name correctly. After searching eBay I couldn’t find a correct version of this card. I’m assuming a correct version of...

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Upper Deck ’99-00 Tracy McGrady Error Card

September 4, 2011
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1999-00 Upper Deck #298 Tracy McGrady

The card on the left incorrectly lists Tracy McGrady’s last name as “Anderson” and incorrectly states his team name as the “Los Angeles Clippers.” This card was obviously the base sheet for Clippers’ guard Derek Anderson and McGrady’s information was mistakenly printed on it....

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Hoops ’90-91 Tom Hammonds Variation Card

September 3, 2011
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1990-91 Hoops #298 Tom Hammonds

The Tom Hammonds card on the left is missing the rookie logo in the upper right hand corner. This is considered a variation and not an error since no facts have been misstated. Check...

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Upper Deck ’92-93 Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins Error Cards

August 10, 2011
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MJ Error 1992-1993 Upper Deck #453

Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins are both two-time NBA Slam Dunk Champions. Michael Jordan was the first player ever to win the title back to back in 1987 and 1988. Dominique Wilkins won his...

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Top Five NBA Players That Have Donned Number Double Zero

January 12, 2011
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Robert Parish

The number zero literally means nothing. However, for these five players, even though they wore¬†number double¬†zero (00), they weren’t double nothing. They meant something to the teams that they played for. Here are the...

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