Collect the Best
In the world of Bowman U Chrome Basketball, Topps’ Chrome excellence meets the anticipation of collecting 1st Bowmans. In the trading card realm, the significance of Bowman U Chrome BK goes beyond buckets, capturing the essence of budding talent before they step into the NBA or WNBA spotlight. As the cradle of college players and international prospects, Bowman U Chrome BK unfolds the narrative of dreams taking shape. Topps’ Chrome products add a layer of brilliance, turning these cards into gleaming gems that reflect the journey from collegiate courts to professional arenas. In this curated list, we delve into the heartbeat of the game, showcasing the best prospects to collect for 2024, a year that features several talents who could one day shape American professional hoops.
Top 1st Bowmans to Collect
2023-24 Bowman U Chrome #9 Zaccharie Risacher 1st Bowman
The French-NBA invasion continues in 2024 with Risacher following in the footsteps of last year’s top pick Victor Wembanyama and Bilal Coulibaly vying for the first selection in the draft. The 6-foot-9 swingman currently plays in the LNB Pro A, the same league that produced Wembanyama and Coulibaly and has impressed scouts with his shot-making, defensive versatility and ball skills. He boasts massive two-way upside and has held his own against some of the best players overseas, averaging double figures in scoring and showing massive upside at 18. Watch out folks. Risacher’s climbing up draft boards daily.
2023-24 Bowman U Chrome #49 Angel Reese 1st Bowman
In 2022-23, Reese’s combination of swagger and skill helped her secure a national championship ring with LSU and numerous NIL deals. Her popularity even led her to a cameo in the music video for Lotto and Cardi B’s smash hit “Put it on Da Floor,” which reached over 90 million YouTube views. The All-American forward and brand ambassador balances a busy life off the court with ballin’ and has averaged a double-double in her last three collegiate seasons. There’s no question whether Reese looks to have a bright WNBA future ahead. She’s a ballin’ business and a very, very good one.
2023-24 Bowman U Chrome #44 Rob Dillingham 1st Bowman
Before Dillingham even stepped on the court for Kentucky, he was a cult favorite, with a generation of fans calling him the next Allen Iverson, Kyrie Irving-like guard. He hopped onto the hardwood in Lexington and immediately continued turning the basketball world into believers, shakin’ defenders out of their shoes with his shifty handle, hitting shots from out the country (yes, he’s got that kind of range), and slashing to the rim for acrobatic finishes. Since arriving in the Bluegrass State, Dillingham has watched his draft stock take off. He could be the catalyst behind a Wildcats run to the Final Four. Invest soon, if not now.
2023-24 Bowman U Chrome #90 Paige Bueckers 1st Bowman
Described as the most hyped UConn recruit since Breanna Stewart, Bueckers landed on the scene in Storrs in 2020 and quickly introduced herself to the nation, averaging 20.0 points, 5.8 assists and 4.9 rebounds while setting the Huskies’ freshman record for helpers and earning Best Female College Athlete honors at the ESPYS. She’s since continued blazing the country with her well-rounded game despite sitting out the 2022-23 season and should be a top-10 pick in the upcoming WNBA draft. A first Bowman well earned.
2023-24 Bowman U Chrome #95 Bronny James 1st Bowman
The son of a G.O.A.T. in LeBron James, Bronny has made a name for himself in his own right, using genetics and hard work to earn a scholarship at USC, where he suits up for the Trojans. An elite athlete with an NBA transferable skill set, James hounds opponents defensively, shoots from range with comfort and catapults off the ground with hops reminiscent of his pops. He also has 8 million Instagram followers and has built one of the most enviable brands in the NIL space. As his game continues to grows, so shall the appeal of his collectibles.
2024 Bowman U Chrome Basketball Top Prospects Pt. 1
The top 1st Bowmans from 2024 Bowman U Chrome