The short answer to this question is there are at least three Michael Jordan error cards. If you want to know what they are, how they happened, and how much they sell for, please check out this post.
If you’re new to collecting basketball cards or if you’ve been away from the hobby for a while, it can be difficult to get back up to speed with current trends and distinguish what’s hot from what’s not. One of the best free tools for basketball card research and for learning about the modern and […]
This is the first interview post in what I hope will become a series of interviews with basketball card collectors. Today’s interview centers around insights from JJ and George, the founders of the sports card research and tracking website SportsCardPro. I first met JJ through our mutual interests in the sports card and basketball card […]
Just over 1 month ago (12.15), the announcement came that Giannis Antetokounmpo signed a ‘supermax’ 5-year contract extension with the Milwaukee Bucks, and I figured since his rookie cards have seen some crazy swings this year, why not revisit them one more time to see how collectors are responding to the news. People generally don’t […]
One of the best Michael Jordan base cards you can buy for under $10!
One of the sets that proved the basketball card industry was coming out of the junk card era was the 1993-94 Topps Finest set. This colorful metallic-looking set was wildly different from the drab designs of other early 90’s basketball cards and it was a welcome change. The 93-94 Topps Finest cards debuted a few […]
The SkyBox Metal Universe cards were some of my all-time favorite cards to collect as a kid. I honestly couldn’t spend money on them fast enough. I’ve even spent a bit as an adult acquiring a parallel or two that I was never lucky enough to pull from a pack (but the wife doesn’t need […]
Over the weekend a Lebron James rookie card sold at auction for $1.8M. To be more specific, it was a 2003-04 Upper Deck Exquisite LeBron James Rookie Patch Autograph card featuring a 3-color patch. This card was graded 9.5 by BGS and was a limited numbered short print, in this case it was card #14/23. […]
One of the card sets that first got me hyped up about basketball card collecting was the 1992-93 Stadium Club Beam Team set, numbered from 1-21. The two best cards in the set were cards #1 and #21, Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neil, respectively. The Shaq card is technically his rookie card, and it appears […]