As you can see, you could win a complete set in specially marked packs. The odds -- 1:1300 packs. I believe there were also Chicago regional versions of these McDonald's Hoops cards. This particular pack is not one of those.
#19 - Charles Smith - As you can tell, with 62 cards in the set, they could afford to throw in a couple filler types. Smith was okay, but he was okay with the Clippers, so that really means he was not so hot with virtually any other team.
Here's the back of the card. The way to tell if your 1991 Hoops card is a McDonald's Hoops card is the orange shading around the stats and the basketball surrounding the card number. On the normal set, all of that is plain white. I like these much better. It's the little things, ya know?
#21 - James Worthy - All of these also feature different pictures from the normal set if I'm not mistaken. I tried searching my collection and couldn't find any to compare. Here, Worthy and his goggles of Sauron are battling Pippen for the Championship ring to rule them all.
#28 - Dennis Scott - Whining like a little bitch.
#60 - John Stockton - USA - The Olympics hadn't happened yet, so they had to take the promotional studio shots to create this subset. These poses are also different from the main set, which is a nice touch if you ask me. On the back, Stockton reveals that he tried out for the Olympics in college and was cut on the last round. Oops.
There you have it. Four cards: nice and sweet. I love USA cards, but almost anything USA Basketball is great in my eyes. I would love to see restaurant tie-in's like this start to pop up again. I'd gladly make myself fatter for a chance to rip open some free wax (with purchase of a value meal).