Twenty years ago, Fleer decided to fill in the empty basketball cards collection in 1986 would be one year to re-establish the name of NBA cards. It would be a good step if Topps ceased playing basketball cards after 1981-82, and would have been the only competitor of his star business with less distributed bag cards. After a small monopoly and a new NBA star was on the horizon, "Michael Jordan" to stop this set would create what he was going to re-buy in basketball cards.
The set numbers from 1 to 132 of the common cards and the 1 to 11 of the glue stickers are a checklist. Timing has everything and has great newcomers, and we would have newcomers like Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Chris Mullin, Clyde Drexler, Joe Dumars, Patrick Ewing, Karl Malone, Hakeem Olajawon, Isiah Thomas, Danny Ainge, Wayman Tisdale, Dominique Wilkins and James Worthy would put this set into the best basketball ever, which could never be classified as the Theps 1952 baseball card.
But there are more than newcomers on the checklist, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Larry Bird, Julius Erving, and Magic Johnson's cards. Add everything and every basketball fan has something that has hit the collectors to this day.
Finding unique cards from this set is not that difficult on the internet or on large cards, and the gradual versions of the top new recruits cost a lot of money for the big money. There are two things to look at when we look at the state of the sets in the series (dividing the border on both sides of the card and cutting the edges, which creates a lot of sports card sets with color boundaries