The NBA MVP award earned by Dave Cowens in 1973 was the top selling item in the Basketball Hall of Fame auction, with a host of vintage NBA and ABA jerseys also bringing big bucks.
We’ve got the show hours, what one auction company is bringing to whet your appetite for fall and Panini details its wrapper redemption program.
Patience, enthusiasm, a little luck…and just being nice to people can turn a part-time venture into a full-time love affair in the sports card shop business.
Look for some new John Wooden memorabilia in the marketplace after his family signed a deal with the company known for handling the licensing for deceased sports legends.
Panini America has filed suit over what it claims is a company violating its deal with Kobe Bryant and selling phony autographs inside his home arena.
Just days after the center jump circle on which his UCLA teams made history, John Wooden’s favorite coaching jacket is drawing a crowd of deep pocket bidders.
A UCLA coach’s jacket worn by the late John Wooden joins some legendary NBA Hall of Famer jerseys and a Super Bowl I ring in Grey Flannel Auctions’ catalog sale.
Gene Conley’s autographed 1950s Converse are on the block.
Someone had the good sense to preserve the center court from the building where UCLA became basketball royalty.
A large number of items from the life and times of NBA legend Red Auerbach are coming to auction next month.
Who’d pay $4 million for two typed pieces of paper? The guy who wants to own one of the most important documents in sports history.
With every spectacular dunk and monster stat line, Blake Griffin separates himself from the rest of the hot list.
Upper Deck leans on some big time college hoop coaches in its latest card set.
The Editor’s Blog talks industry news, the snowy wait for ’11 Topps, the Bird/Magic rookie card and OPC hockey.
Will customers who buy other NBA gear get hooked on basketball cards? That’s the plan.
Panini is bringing the hardwood to its next basketball card product.
One of the NBA’s all-time greatest teams will be well represented at an east coast show next spring.
At least one big-time NCAA basketball power now has its own autograph policy.