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    Question 2019 Basketball Product of the Year?

    What do you think was the 2019 Basketball Product of the Year?
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    I'm over Prizm and think it's gotten too bloated. I still think Panini does a good job with Hoops, so I'll go with 2018-19 Hoops.
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    I'm over Prizm and think it's gotten too bloated. I still think Panini does a good job with Hoops, so I'll go with 2018-19 Hoops.

    I agree that the presses have been cranked up like crazy for Prizm but people still love it and it might be the best buy in all of sports for a $19.99 blaster. Until the bubble bursts it is easily the POTY with the best bang for the buck you can find (retail).

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    Anyone I can still find on the shelf.
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