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Upper Deck Steve Smith and Tyrone Corbin Mix-Up (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 2006-07 #087/199 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 this card was never printed. After the cards were released...

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1999-00 Upper Deck #298 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. As of today I haven’t been able to find a...

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1990-91 Hoops #298 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 out more error and variation cards here.

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The Upper Deck Michael Jordan-Dominique Wilkins Mix-Up (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 first title in 1985 followed by his second title in 1990. Upper Deck commemorated these feats by printing “In Your...

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Top Five NBA Players That Have Donned Number Double Zero

January 12, 2011
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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 top 5 players that have donned the number 00. Keep in mind only 25 players have worn number 00 in...

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Lakers Orlando Woolridge Error Card

January 8, 2011
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Above is an Orlando Woolridge 1989-90 Hoops #279 error card. The error card is the card on the left because it is missing the “TM” next to the Lakers logo. The card on the right is correct and has the “TM” next to the Lakers logo. Orlando Woolridge signed as an unrestricted free agent...

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Utah Jazz Bear Proposes to Ryan Seacrest’s Girlfriend

January 5, 2011
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A daily vlogger on YouTube named Shay Carl recently attended a Utah Jazz home game. Like any good vlogger, Shay had his camera ready when the Utah Jazz mascot “Jazz Bear” proposed to Ryan Seacrest’s girlfriend Julianne Hough. According to Shay, the Jazz Bear dressed a security guard up like a priest, went over...

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George Hill Explains the Logic Behind Wearing Jersey Number 3

October 6, 2010
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  I am always fascinated why players choose the numbers they do. I asked Spurs guard George Hill via Twitter why he wears Number 3. Here was his answer: If I am interpreting this right, he wears Number 3 because his grandfather was born on the 3rd and because there are only 3 people...

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Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls Topps Error Card

September 29, 2010
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MJ Topps Error (Front)

The Topps ’93-94 No. 23 card (Jordan dunking) was printed with two different backs. The incorrect back reads No. “64″ and the correct back reads No. “23.” The No. 64 back actually belongs to the Michael Jordan 50 point club card pictured all the way to the right. For those of you that don’t...

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