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Poised to take another big step in his development as one of the most promising point guards in the NBA, De’Aaron Fox is getting noticed too in the hobby with De’Aaron Fox rookie cards holding decent value.
An improvement in his play this upcoming season could push the Sacramento Kings to a playoff position, which would in turn likely boost his rookie card value.
In the meantime, here are his top 3 that collectors can start investing in today.
1. 2017-18 Panini Prizm Rookie Card #24
Panini Prizm is a popular basketball card set to collect generally affordable rookie cards of up and coming basketball players.
De’Aaron Fox has one in this set with other notable players like Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz.
Plus there are various color parallel and autographed cards to chase in this set that are more valuable.
2. 2017-18 National Treasures Autograph Rookie Cards (various sub-sets)
If you’re looking for more high-end autographed rookie cards with jersey patches, then the National Treasures set is for you.
It’ll set you back a pretty penny but the low-serial numbered on the jersey patch autograph cards would be a very nice addition to anyone’s personal collection.
3. 2017-18 Panini Optic Rated Rookie Cards #196
The Panini Optic cards feature a great profile shot of Fox.
And there’s plenty of different parallels to chase for collectors as well as autographed versions of this Rated Rookie card.
MORE INFO ABOUT DE’AARON FOX:
After his impressive freshman season at the University of Kentucky, De’Aaron Fox declared for the 2017 NBA Draft, where he was selected by the Sacramento Kings with the fifth overall pick.
In his rookie season, Fox averaged 11.6 points and 4.4 assists per game, and was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.
Over the next few seasons, Fox continued to develop and improve his game, becoming a more consistent scorer.
In the 2020-21 season, Fox had a breakout year, averaging 25.2 points, 7.2 assists, and 3.5 rebounds per game, while shooting 47.7% from the field and 32.2% from three-point range.
He was also named to the NBA All-Star Game for the first time in his career.
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