Panini Redemption Report – 4-1-21 – Comin’ in BIG! – This week’s report from Panini America has a staggering 23 pages worth of redemption news! It features redemptions from Basketball, Football and Hockey with cards coming back, once again, primarily from 2019 and 2020! 

We’ll start this week with Basketball as a big population of this week’s mega-sized report features redeemed cards from the 2019-20 production year. A wide variety of sets had returns, including Contenders Draft Picks, Crown Royale, Noir, National Treasures and Spectra. Among the big names currently on the court coming back were Ja Morant, Tyler Herro, Stephen Curry and Zion Williamson. 

Hardcourt legends chipped in as well, with Chris Mullin, Kevin Garnett, Julius Erving, and Reggie Miller contributing cards. Of note, many of these players’ ink came from 2018-19 products.

Football had another strong mix of 2019 and 2020 products. There is an incredible array of active players who have cards fulfilled, including Baker Mayfield, Ben Roethlisberger, Drew Lock, Jerry Jeudy and Joe Burrow. Like Basketball, there is a strong assortment of sets that have returns, including 2019’s XR, Encased, Origins and others, along with 2020 products such as Luminance, Contenders and Limited.

Retired gridiron stars also had a big presence on the report. Barry Sanders, Deion Sanders and Bo Jackson are among the names that are sure to garner interest on the secondary market when they arrive from redemption. 

Outstanding Hockey redemptions from several years back also continue to be addressed. Among the names in the report this week are P.K. Subban, Pavel Datsyuk, Ryan Miller and Teemu Selanne.

Here is a full list of this week’s returns, sorted by sport and alphabetically.

Basketball: A. Sabonis, Admiral Schofield, Allen Crabbe, Anthony Davis, Bill Walton, Bruno Fernando, Buddy Hield, Cam Reddish, Cameron Johnson, Caris LeVert, Carsen Edwards, Chandler Hutchinson, Chris Mullin, Chris Paul, Ja Morant, Julius Erving, Kevin Durant, Kevin Garnett, Kevin Knox, Kevin McHale, Larry Bird, Matisse Thybulle, Mitchell Robinson, Oscar Robertson, Paul Pierce, Reggie Miller, Rui Hachimura, Sekou Doumbouya, Shaquille O’Neal, Stephen Curry, Tyler Herro, Zion Williamson.

Football:  Alex Smith, Baker Mayfield, Barry Sanders, Ben Roethlisberger, Bo Jackson, Carson Wentz, Chase Claypool, Christian McCaffrey, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, D’Andre Swift, Dak Prescott, Daniel Jones,   DeAndre Hopkins, Deion Sanders, Drew Brees, Drew Lock, Ezekiel Elliott, Gabriel Davis, Gardner Minshew II, JK Dobbins, Jack Lambert, Jeff Okudah, Jerry Jeudy, Jerry Rice, Joe Burrow, Justin Herbert, Kyler Murray, Larry Fitzgerald, Parris Campbell, Philip Rivers, Rob Gronkowski, Rock Ya-Sin, Ronde Barber, Russell Wilson, TJ Watt, Tee Higgins, Tua Tagovailoa.  

Hockey: Jonathan Bernier, Nino Niederreiter, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Olli Maatta, PK Subban Paul Bissonnette, Paul Postma, Pavel Datsyuk, Pekka Rinne, Phil Kessel, Philip Larsen, Philippe Cornet, Rasmus Ristolainen, Reggie Lemelin, Reilly Smith, Rene Bourque, Rick Nash, Rickard Rackell, Rob Ray, Robin Lehner, Rogie Vachon, Ryan Callahan, Ryan Ellis, Ryan Miller, Ryan Murphy, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Ryan Spooner, Ryan Stoa, Ryan Strome, Sam Gagner, Sami Vatanen, Scott Glennie, Sean Courturier, Shea Weber, Slava Voynov, Stefan Elliott, Stefan Matteau, Sven Baertschi, Taylor Hall, Teemu Hartikainen, Teemu Selanne, Tomas Vanek, Tim Thomas, Tomas Jurco. 

You can download a copy of the complete report here: Panini Redemption Update – March 26, 2021.

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