1994-95 Fleer Series 1
24 packs, 21 cards per pack
Base set contains 236 base cards, 1 Toronto Raptors logo card, 3 checklists
Rookie Sensations 1 in 3 packs
All-Defensive 1 in 9 packs
League Leaders 1 in 11 packs
Pro-Visions 1 in 5 packs
Triple Threats 1 in 9 packs
Award Winners 1 in 22 packs
Career Achievement 1 in 37 packs
Lots of base cards, lots of duplicates
All-Defensive (5): Mookie Blaylock, Charles Oakley, Hakeem Olajuwon, David Robinson, Dennis Rodman
League Leaders (2): Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Dennis Rodman
Pro-Visions (5): Jamal Mashburn x2, John Starks, Dennis Rodman, Dan Majerle
Rookie Sensations (10): Vin Baker x3, P.J. Brown, Sam Cassell, Anfernee Hardaway, Chris Mills, Dino Radja, Nick Van Exel x2
Triple Threats (2): Patrick Ewing, David Robinson
Have no reason to complain on much of anything from this box, as I got it off ebay for the price of most modern-day lower-end packs. However, I couldn’t help but be slightly disappointed to pull multiples of inserts, particularly the three Vin Baker rookie sensation cards. Also opened a ton of duplicates in the base set. Pretty sure we came close to completing the base set, though. Also had to spend a considerable amount of time pulling the cards apart. Didn’t notice any damage to the cards because of this, though.
Inserts were inserted at 1 per pack, over a third of them being from the 25 card Rookie Sensations set. Pulling the Penny Hardaway from this set was nice, and it ended being the best card in the box. The chase cards from this insert set are the Hardaway and Chris Webber ($5 each). The Pro-Visions cards fit together from what I can tell. The Marshburn and Starks pictured above are cards 1 and 2 in the set, and their backgrounds run together. Can’t argue with the variety of the inserts, pulling cards from 5 different insert sets.
It’s worth noting that the rookie cards from 1994-95 Fleer (Grant Hill, Jason Kidd, Jalen Rose, Eddie Jones, etc…), are in the series 2 products.
Base Set: 3/5 Stars
Inserts: 4/5 Stars
Value: 5/5 Stars
Overall: 4/5 Stars
The base set design isn’t particularly exciting, but does feature nice action shots of the players. The player name text also goes well with the splotch of color underneath. The ding on the insert score is mainly because we pulled 5 duplicate inserts out of 24 packs. We don’t need even 1 Vin Baker, and certainly not 3. We also didn’t pull any of the inserts with tougher odds, even though we were likely to pull at least 1. Again, a fun break, brings back a lot of memories of opening these as a kid. Can’t argue with the value. The Penny basically paid for the box all by itself. While not as thrilling as the Flair break from last week, or even an Ultra break from the same year, it’s a solid product that delivers a lot of cards, a variety of inserts, and a reasonable amount of fun.