The jersey worn by Minnesota Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards in his playoff debut is up for sale.
NBA Auctions is offering the jersey on its website.
Edwards wore the jersey while tallying 36 points in the Western Conference Game 1 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on April 16. It’s the same one he wore during 15 regular season games from January 10 through April 10.
Bidding was over $10,000 as of Thursday evening with the auction set to run through July 28.
PSA has now begun accepting orders for authentication and grading of 1984-85 Star Basketball cards. The company announced its intention to resume grading them earlier this month.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Indianapolis and Louisville seized 178 counterfeit championship rings and 171 counterfeit pro sports jerseys this week as part of an ongoing crackdown on non-licensed items produced overseas.
The first shipments arrived from China on the night of July 11, with 108 jerseys destined for a home in Bakersfield, California. Another 63 counterfeit MLB jerseys were seized en route to a residence in University Park, Illinois.
The following night, July 12, CBP officers in Louisville discovered a shipment heading to West Chapel, Florida. Inside were 178 homemade replica championship rings for the Atlanta Braves, Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, NBA Boston Celtics, and the University of Georgia.
CBP officers say they are seeing an increase in counterfeit sports memorabilia and apparel.
Two major sports card shows are set for this weekend.
The Dallas Card Show returns with a 600-table event at the Marriott Hotel & Convention Center in Allen, TX that runs Thursday through Sunday.
The Nashville Sports Card Show returns to the Fairgrounds Expo Center Friday, Saturday and Sunday with 460+ tables.
CSG has a new marketing manager.
Susan Lulgjuraj has joined the Florida based grading and authentication company.
Well known in hobby circles, “Sooz” takes over the role from Shannon Encina, who has moved on to another role at parent company CCG.
She was most recently employed as content manager at Goldin but has also worked for Topps and Beckett.
Several Hall of Famers will join former Dodgers on the autograph stages at Play Ball Park, formerly All-Star FanFest in Los Angeles from Saturday through Tuesday.
Steve Garvey, Juan Marichal, Fergie Jenkins, Vladimir Guerrero Sr., Lee Smith, Rollie Fingers and Eric Davis are among those scheduled to sign.
Admission tickets to Play Ball Park are required. More info is available here.