NBA Auctions and MeiGray closed out the 2014 NBA All-Star jersey auction Thursday night. The shirt worn in the first half of the game by LeBron James outsold all others when it was hammered down for $25,570.
The jersey is a Size 3XL with four inches extra length.
James had 22 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the East’s 163-155 win over the West on February 16.
His jersey outpaced one worn in the first half by Kevin Durant which sold for $15,005.
Other sales included:
- Kyrie Irving $13,020
- Dwyane Wade $12,860
- Damon Lillard $10,020
Surprisingly, Blake Griffin’s All-Star jersey went for only $6,300.
Why would Fayetteville, NC be so crazy about Babe Ruth?
100 years ago, that’s where the Sultan of Swat swatted his first professional home run and the town is having a big centennial party this weekend.
Ruth was playing minor league ball for the Baltimore Orioles at the time. The Baltimore Sun chronicles the plans and has the story of what happened that day a century ago.
So college pennants are a thing, now.
At least that’s what this story says.
A 1980 Charlotte O’s Cal Ripken Jr. rookie card from the WBTV /Charlotte Police orange border issue graded PSA 2 would not seem to the casual observer to be a big deal. To collectors these days, it’s a very big deal.
The early Ripken minor league cards are en fuego as this auction again proves.