A 1960-61 style Los Angeles Lakers jersey worn by LeBron James sold for $128,908 late Thursday night as NBA Auctions closed out its weekly sale.
James wore the Classic Edition jersey during the Lakers’ 127-91 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on December 27, 2020 at Staples Center. He moved into fourth place in NBA history that night by scoring at least 10 points for the 1,260th game.
Fifty-five bids were made before the auction ended just before midnight.
Here are the top 5 highest selling jerseys at NBA Auctions this summer:
- Giannis Antetokounmpo Game 1 NBA Finals $130,200 (8/5)
- LeBron James, Dec. 27 1960-61 Lakers Style $128,908 (9/2)
- Giannis Antetokounmpo Game 3 NBA Finals $110,300 (8/12)
- LeBron James Round 1, Game 4 Playoffs $100,040 (7/15)
- Devin Booker, NBA Finals Game 1 $50,049
The list of current hottest auctions is here.
MeiGray Auctions is offering a new round of game-worn and game-issued NHL and ECHL jerseys from past seasons on eBay. Among the teams represented: the Devils, Oilers, Leafs, Flyers and Capitals.
The Philly Show promised to announce a special guest on Thursday. And the Answer is…
The Hall of Fame guard joins former Eagles quarterbacks Donovan McNabb, Randall Cunnningham, Ron Jaworski, several other Philly area favorites and Dwight Gooden on the list of signers at the show, which is set for the Valley Forge Casino Resort September 24-26.
Show hours are:
Friday 3pm – 8pm
Saturday 9am – 5pm
Sunday 9am – 3pm
There’s a sneak peek Friday from 1-3.
Ticket info and other details are on the show’s website.
Card shows have been held in all kinds of places—from VFW halls to hotels to school gymnasiums and big city convention centers. Now, you can add a yacht to the list.
Yes, a boat.
A South Florida promoter is putting on a show aboard the Biscayne Lady, a three-story yacht docked at the Bayside Marina in Miami this Sunday from 11 AM to 5 PM.
About 20 dealers and breakers will offer their wares aboard the enclosed vessel, located in downtown Miami.
In addition to the usual trappings of a card show, they’re promising a full bar and food available for those who purchase VIP tickets. General admission tickets are $10.
Former Dolphin Mark Duper is scheduled to sign autographs.
The boat won’t be leaving the dock, so there’s little risk of your cards being lost at sea.