The 2013 NBA draft was pretty unremarkable. The top 5 picks, in order, were Anthony Bennett, Victor Oladipo, Otto Porter, Cody Zeller, and Alex Len. But something fateful happened in the middle of the first round. With the 15th pick, the Bucks selected Greek prospect Giannis Antetokounmpo. Giannis took his time, developing over the course of his early career from a backup averaging 7 PPG, 4 RPG, 2 APG, and 1 BPG (2013-14), to an all-star putting up 23/9/5/2 (2016-17), to a perennial MVP candidate putting up 30/14/6/1 (2019-20) and earning the seventh best single-season PER of all-time (2019-20). 2013-14 Prizm basketball--the brand's sophomore year--largely rides off the strength of Giannis' all-world basketball talent. Panini expanded Prizm's production run substantially with 2013-14 Prizm. The inaugural Prizm product had only three parallels--silver, green, and gold /10. 2013-14 Prizm marked the advent of the Black 1/1 and Black Prizm Mosaic 1/1 parallel. It also added purple /49, orange /60, light blue /199, blue, red, and red/white/blue pulsar. While Giannis is the main attraction, the second-year Prizm base cards of transcendent stars like Lebron James--who is depicted in an attractive action shot--now command premiums as well. Hobby boxes sell for around $1,500.