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    The Panini America Quality Control Gallery: 2014-15 Excalibur Basketball (132 Pics)

    Panini America’s 2014-15 Excalibur Basketball began shipping to Target stores across the country today, which means the company’s third and final Target-exclusive NBA release of the 2014-15 season should start hitting shelves in the next week to 10 days. As a result, we’ve devoted quite a bit of coverage on The Knight’s Lance in recent days pulling the curtain back on what the new release is all about.

    We started last Friday with your first extended preview of the product and then followed up yesterday with an uncut examination of the set’s Kaboom! and Knights of the Round inserts. Today, we’re showing you a little bit of everything else within 2014-15 Excalibur Basketball in the Quality Control Gallery that follows.
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    Panini have failed miserably with the release of the gravity feed packs. No decoys in packs has allowed for easy pack searching.

    This company is a joke. Clever marketing ploy though. Stick all the knights of the round inserts and RPA's with small patches in the gravity feeds and release them earlier before the better kaboom inserts and RPA's with larger patches, which will be released in the Premium packs/boxes.

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