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A small NBA card collection was collecting dust on the shelf, and from that came this project. Every image was a scan from the card while adding … Read More
A small NBA card collection was collecting dust on the shelf, and from that came this project. Every image was a scan from the card while adding bits and pieces of highlights from each player's career. All posters are available to print on demand if you live in Amman, and online on our Society6 shop. Read Less
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A small NBA card collection was collecting dust on the shelf, from that came this project. Every player image is a scan from his old card.
 
All posters are available to print on demand if you live in Amman, and  online on our Society6 shop.
 
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"Sir" Charles Barkley
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One of the best players to finish his career with no rings. A scorer, rebounder, passer, fighter and leader.
 
His career – after retirement – is one of the most successful of any ex NBA player. His character showed on and is still showing off court, and I can't wait till the day comes and he owns a team, he will defintely do a better job than MJ did.
 
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Grant Hill
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One of the best point forwards to ever play, but injuries made him go through his career as half of what he could've been.
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Michael "Air" Jordan
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Your arguement is invalid. I don't care how you put and try to justify it, if you think there was or is a player that is more important to the game of basketball, you're simply delusional.
 
The GOAT transcended the sport. He's Ali. He's Bruce Lee. He's Sampras. He's the name you still hear spoken in pick-up games from the Philippines to Brazil. He wore the number that many players coming into the leagure are still asking to wear. Most importantly, he was the guy that proved, without a shadow of a doubt, that "heart" is the difference between a winner and a loser. 
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Kobe "Black Mamba" Bryant
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A living legend. Before everyone started the Jordan-Lebron conversation, it was the Jordan-Kobe conversation. And even though Lebron might end up being the best that ever played, he still has to catch up to Kobe before catching up to Jordan.

He is, to put it simply, a f***ing winner.
 
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Gary "The Glove" Payton
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One of the best defensive guards to ever play the game. Michael Jordan and GP are the only two guards to have won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year trophy.
 
He stole everything except for the 1996 championship.

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Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway
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Many elite players were injured just as they were starting to become legends, but Penny is one of the best of that bunch.
 
He was the prime player to have the torch passed on to from Jordan as THE international superstar. Yet, he's one of those "what if" players that injuries made it impossible to live up to his full potential.
 
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Allen "The Answer" Iverson
 
Allen Iverson came into the NBA in 1996 and although I was lucky to get a Kobe card, I wasn't lucky enough to get an AI card. Instead we used a scan from SLAM magazine No. 150. A special Allen Iverson issue.
 
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Allen "The Answer" Iverson
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One of the best that ever played. A personal favorite of all time for so many people. A pure talent.
 
You might say he was his own worst enemy. But he is a player that defied all odds and challenged all misconceptions. A person that recieved the opposite of all the praise Jordan, Kobe and Lebron got, but still became, even more popular sometimes.
 
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