In 1993, I went off to college and found some brand new 1993-94 Fleer basketball packs at some store in town. I went ahead and bought a few. At some point, I started questioning my behavior. They would be the last packs I would buy until 2006. Here's a pack from that set that came in a repack box recently.
85 - Reggie Miller - Hall of fame player, horrible broadcaster.
53 - Mark Macon - Fleer abandoned the "full stats" card backs with this set, a poor move. The Nuggets would soon abandon these jerseys, also a poor move.
31 - Will Perdue - Perdue won a few rings as Bill Cartwright's backup on Jordan's Bulls. Are backup center rings smaller or less shiny than star player rings?
175 - Mario Elie - Elie had a single season stop in Portland before he would move on to Houston, where he was best known.
20 - Kendall Gill - Dunkin'!
2 - Mookie Blaylock - Something something Pearl Jam.
208 - Jay Humphries
140 - Hubert Davis - Davis is the nephew of Walter Davis. He bounced around the league for 13 years before returning to his alma mater (North Carolina) to coach.
59 - Joe Dumars - Pistons legend and Hall of Famer who is, fortunately, not Isiah Thomas.
99 - Doug Christie - Christie would eventually end up on the wrong side of the famous 2002 playoff series between the Kings and the Lakers.
36 - Craig Ehlo - Contrary to popular belief, Ehlo did not immediately die in shame after that shot that Michael Jordan hit over him that one time.
81 - Otis Thorpe - This is right before Thorpe was... ugh... traded for Clyde Drexler. Love the scoreboard in the background of this shot.
44 - Derek Harper - Harper is showing off the Mavs new (at the time) blue road jersey.
71 - Chris Mullin - Mullin has the increasingly rare 'C' on his jersey, indicating that he is some sort of captain of something.
114 - Anthony Avent - Finally, here's a Bucks 1st rounder, coming off of his rookie season.