The day many WNBA collectors and investors have been waiting for since 2020 Panini Prizm WNBA dropped is here – the 2021 Panini Prizm WNBA release announcement…and it’s a little over a month away!
2021 Panini Prizm WNBA Details
The 2021 Panini Prizm WNBA set looks to be an amazing follow-on to the 2020 release. This year’s cover girl is none other than reigning WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson, who looks to lead an all-star line-up for this set.
Hobby Box Configuration
- 12 Cards Per Pack
- 12 Packs Per Box
- 12 Boxes Per Case
- 2 Autographs
- 22 Prizm Parallels
- 10 Inserts
New for 2021 will be the popular and ultra rare Color Blast inserts. The set will once again feature Mojo (/25), Gold (/10), Black Gold (/5), and Black (1/1) super short print Prizm Parallels.
Cards We’re Expecting to See
There are a few new faces we expect to see in the 2021 WNBA release.
Here are the ones we’re looking forward to hopefully seeing in the set:
- Te’a Cooper (First Card)
- Crystal Dangerfield (First Card)
- Marina Mabrey (First Card)
- Ezi Magbegor (First Card)
- Michaela Onyenwere (Rookie Card)
- Aari McDonald (Rookie Card)
- Charli Collier (Rookie Card)
- Awuk Kuier (Rookie Card)
Here are some images of what to expect from the 2021 Panini Prizm WNBA set:
2 thoughts on “2021 Panini Prizm WNBA Announced!”
Hello Garrett, My name is Greg and I am also a member of the WNBA Facebook page.
I would like to ask a question regarding the article titled “2021 Panini Prizm WNBA Announced!”
In the section called Cards were expecting to see, the players Dangerfield and Mabrey are mentioned as (First Card) and underneath these players, other players such as Collier and McDonald are mentioned as (Rookie Cards) I was wondering, as far as the card collecting hobby is concerned wouldn’t the first LICENSED appearance product of Dangerfield and Mabrey be considered their rookies? Just wondering. : ) Thank you.
Hey Greg, yes, they would be considered rookie cards by the hobby. The caveat, and why I denoted first year, is because the cards will not have the RC badge because it is not their rookie year (where as players drafted this year are true rookies and their cards will have the RC badging).