No labor contract? No problem for Upper Deck, which has become the basketball card torchbearer this season, even without an NBA license. Pack-busting Juan Martinez evaluates the contents of a newly purchased box.
Cleveland fans might prefer burning them, but UDA is offering the shoes LeBron James wore in his first game there as a member of the Heat.
Upper Deck returns to the National Sports Collectors Convention with wrapper redemptions and some special autographed items randomly given away.
The second half of the NBA Finals jersey auction ends with MVP Dirk Nowitzki outperforming LeBron James…again.
LeBron James’ game-worn jersey from Game One of the NBA Finals topped all bidding in the first of two auctions, but there’s a catch that might put a smile on the faces of Nowitzki fans.
If you’ve always wanted to pull a Michael Jordan autograph from a pack, this might be your best chance yet.
Both new and vintage sports memorabilia drew bidders in Memory Lane Inc.’s spring auction.
Memory Lane opens its catalog auction with over 800 lots covering every sport and era.
Some interesting stats from eBay on selling figures from the sports and sports memorabilia realm this year.
Rookie of the Year candidate John Wall may be hot, but a jersey worn in his first NBA game sold for barely half of LeBron James’ first Heat shirt.
A jersey worn by LeBron James in his first regular season game with the Miami Heat topped bidding in the NBA’s special auction.
The new-look, game-worn NBA jerseys from the 2010 season openers are up for grabs.
LeBron James has been practicing his autograph…and there’s a reason behind it.
LeBron James’ first basketball card appearance in a Miami Heat uniform will be in Panini’s National wrapper redemption set.
A $10,000 pendant that a 20-year-old Ohio woman says she found at a yard sale may be stolen goods according to police.
Veneisha Robinson plucked a piece of LeBron James jewelry out of a yard sale box. It was worth a lot more than what she paid for it.
From hero to zero in record time. LeBron James is now reviled in the city that once thought he would lead them to NBA glory.
Event-exclusive wrapper redemption card sets will be given out throughout this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention.
LeBron James has kept Cleveland dealers busy selling cards and autographs.