- The 19-20 Revolution Basketball season
- The team’s 19-20 season.
- The players on the 19-20 Revolution basketball team
- The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Schedule
- The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Standings
- The 19-20 Revolution basketball playoffs
- The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Championship
- The 19-20 Evolution basketball off-season.
- The 19-20 Revolution Basketball draft.
- The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Free agency
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The 19-20 Revolution Basketball season
The 19-20 season will be the third for the Panini Evolution Basketball product line. The main attraction in every box will again be the checklist. A Complete Set this year will include 100 cards, which is an increase of 20 cards over the base set size from last year. Each card will once again feature two players, with 50 different pairings in the set. New for this year, there will also be 50 “duel” cards, which will feature four players on each card. One of the players on each duel card will be a rookie.
The team’s 19-20 season.
The 2019-20 Panini Evolution Basketball checklist and details are now live. This year’s set celebrates the game with 120 cards in total, including 50 base cards, 60 Panini Player of the Week cards and 10 Rookies of the Year cards. Each box will contain 24 packs with five cards per pack. The base set will feature 50 different players, with veteran superstar Lebron James leading the way on card No. 1.
As is tradition with this annual product, there will be several different parallels to chase after as well. Standard Base versions will come in Green, Orange, Red and Blue foil, while numbered to 299 copies each. Look for Jersey Swatch parallels numbered to 49 copies each and Floorboard versions that are one-of-ones.
The players on the 19-20 Revolution basketball team
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball team features the biggest names in the NBA. Kyrie Irving Kemba Walker Gordon Hayward and Jayson Tatum lead the way for a team that also features Bradley Beal Zion Williamson Anthony Davis and many more!
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Schedule
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Schedule is finally here! The full list of games can be found below, as well as some key information on each game. Be sure to check back often, as this schedule is subject to change.
-Revolution vs. Panini: October 11th at 7PM
-Checklists: October 12th at 10AM
-Details: October 13th at 1PM
-Boxes: October 14th at 4PM
As always,Revolution Basketball will be bringing you the best in sports entertainment. We can’t wait to see you all at the games!
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Standings
The 19-20 Revolution basketball season is here and we have the standings for you! The season started on October 22, 2019 and will end on April 5, 2020. So far, the top teams in the league are the Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks and Toronto Raptors
The 19-20 Revolution basketball playoffs
The 19-20 Revolution basketball playoffs were a tournament that determined the Revolutionary Basketball Association (RBA) champion for the 19-20 season. The playoffs were a single-elimination tournament featuring eight teams from across the league, four each from the East and West divisions.
The storied franchise of the New York Knicks entered the playoffs as the top seed in the East, while the Los Angeles Lakers were seeded first in the West. In what many consider one of the greatest upsets in Playoff History the eighth-seeded Miami Heat defeated the Knicks in seven games to win their first RBA championship. The Lakers went on to win the West, but fell to the Heat in six games in the Finals.
This event was also notable for being one of only two times in RBA history that all four division champions advanced to the Conference Finals (the other being 19-03).
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Championship
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Championship was a Basketball Tournament that took place from October 8th, 2019, to October 11th, 2020. The tournament featured 32 of the best basketball teams from around the world, and was held in various cities across the United States
The tournament was won by the Panini Checklists, who defeated the Checklist Details in the finals. The Panini Checklists were led by star players like Lebron James and Kawhi Leonard and they became the first team in history to win back-to-back championships.
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Championship was a Basketball Tournament that took place from October 8th, 2019, to October 11th, 2020. The tournament featured 32 of the best Basketball teams from around the world, and was held in various cities across the United States
The tournament was won by the Panini Checklists, who defeated the Checklist Details in the finals. The Panini Checklists were led by superstar players like Lebron James and Kawhi Leonard and they became the first team in history to win back-to-back championships.
The 19-20 Evolution basketball off-season.
-Checklists: The full set will include 100 cards and will be released in late October.
-Boxes: Each box of revolution basketball will include 24 packs of 5 cards each.
-Cards: The first 100 base cards will feature veterans and rookies alike.
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball draft.
The late-night television hour on draft night is always electric, and the 2019 NBA draft was no different. For the first time in draft history, three players from the same school were drafted with the top three selections. Zion Williamson (New Orleans Pelicans), RJ Barrett (New York Knicks), and Cameron Reddish (Atlanta Hawks) all heard their names called early, making Duke the first school ever to have three top-10 picks in the same draft.
The evening began with a bit of a surprise, as the New Orleans Pelicans selected Williamson with the first overall pick. Many had predicted that Barrett would be the first player taken, but Williamson’s unique blend of size, power, and athleticism was too much for the Pelicans to pass up. With the second pick, the Knicks took Barrett, and he was immediately welcomed by a standing ovation from the draft night crowd. Reddish rounded out the top three, giving Duke three of the first four picks in the draft.
Other notable selections from the first round include Ja Morant (second pick, Memphis Grizzlies), RJ Hampton (24th pick, Denver Nuggets), and Nassir Little (25th pick, Portland Trail Blazers). Morant was widely considered to be the best point guard in the draft, and he should make an immediate impact for a Grizzlies team that is looking to rebuild after trading star center Marc Gasol at last season’s trade deadline
Hampton and Little were both projected to be lottery picks heading into draft night, but fell out of favor with scouts during the pre-draft process. Hampton is an exceptionally talented guard who has drawn comparisons to Russell Westbrook but his lack of experience against high-level competition caused him to slip on draft boards. Little is a similarly gifted prospect who slipped due to concerns about his motor and effort level on both ends of the court.
The second round of the draft featured several interesting selections as well. Second-round picks are often considered to be “projects” or “gamble” picks by teams because they tend to be raw or unproven players who need time to develop their game. With that being said, there are always a few diamonds in the rough that emerge from each year’s second round; players like Kawhi Leonard (2011), Jimmy Butler (2011), Draymond Green (2012), and Norman Powell (2015) have all become key contributors for their respective teams after being drafted in the second round.
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball Free agency
The 19-20 Revolution Basketball free agency is in Full Swing and Panini is ready to roll with some of the newest cards for the season. Checklists and details for boxes and cards are starting to trickle in, so here’s a run-down of what we know so far.
As far as new things go, Panini is introducing a “Sneaker Swap” insert set that features popular shoes from around the NBA. There are also a pair of jersey cards one for each Conference, that feature a game-worn jersey piece. Panini is also going to have a 10-card “Rookie Pack” insert set that will be randomly inserted into retail packs.
In addition to those three new insert sets, Panini is also bringing back some old favorites. The Details (1:8 packs), Rising Stars (1:16 packs), and Common Ground (1:32 packs) inserts all return. In terms of parallels, there will be Silver (1:4 packs), Gold (1:12 packs), court kings Black Rainbow Foil ( numbered to 49),and King’s Court Blue Rainbow Foil (numbered to 25).