12 Incredible Cleveland Sports Trading Cards




Most of the trading cards included here are of a particular era — the 90s — during which the collectible industry enjoyed an aesthetic renaissance, capturing players in their Sunday best (Danny Ferry) or splashing them with plumes of exotic colors and textures (Mark Price, pictured right).

Enjoy some of our favorite Cleveland trading cards in the slideshow below. If you're so inspired, we suggest buying mystery bundles on ebay to maximize your fun.

Or just buy some Cavs' trading cards now. The team is in utter disarray, and new reports indicate that the roster will likely undergo serious upheaval by the trading deadline. If Waiters becomes a star elsewhere, his Cavaliers' rookie card could be worth, like, maybe $20 at some point.

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