The next card, which once upon a time would have probably been one of the more popular, has not aged well in terms of social climate. #33 "Whoopi for the Trotters" features a supportive quote from Whoppi Goldberg on the back and Bill Cosby on the front:
Some of the cards feature the players with cool ribbon lighting behind them. Who knew this would become one of the biggest trends in social media platforms 30 years later? Here we have #52 Clyde Austin:
Nothing says late 80's/early 90's like huge headphones and a giant broadcast monitor on a trading card. Card Number 86 is "What a Crowd:"
Card #79, "Practice Makes Perfect," features the first female Harlem Globetrotter Lynette Woodard:
Of course, it wouldn't be Globetrotters without clowning around, so card #28 "Star Power" certainly brings that to the forefront, showing players in one of their many TV appearances:
Here's another "light effect" card. This is card #55 with Sherwin Durham, aka "Shakes:"
Card #77 shows Ovie Dotson with a big smile as he "hides" behind a ball (presumably spinning) on his finger:
Card #22 shows the team posing on one of their portable platforms. "Have Court, Will Travel" explains that the team had to have courts created because they couldn't rely on the playing surface of the host venues: