Michael Jordan hasn’t played in the NBA since 2003, but that hasn’t stopped his collectibles from being top sellers in eBay auctions.
Not surprisingly, NBA legends top the list of NBA basketball players who comprise the Dream Team of basketball trading card sales on eBay.
Sports Collectors Digest takes a look at the top rookie cards of the modern era that have been influential in the trading card hobby.
Dr. David A. Fischer, the physician for the gold medal-winning 1992 U.S. Olympic Basketball “Dream Team,” is sell his memorabilia from the fabled team, including his Olympic ring, team-signed basketballs and more.
Steiner Sports is bringing a fresh line of memorabilia to the hobby. Called ‘In Their Own Words’ a star-studded lineup of athletes past and present describe some of the greatest sports moments they were involved in.
The Big Ten’s headquarters in Chicago also houses the Big Ten Experience, which is full of interactive exhibits, features on the leagues biggest names – but no memorabilia.
Alonzo Mourning and Mitch Richmond headline the Class of 2014, but David Stern brings out the biggest supporters, including Bill Russell. And would Mourning’s poor signing habits change on his induction weekend?
‘Jeff Pearlman’s latest book – Showtime – The Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s’ – relives the Lakers glory days of the 1980s, complete with murder, mayhem, mystery and basketball games, too. The stories behind the ‘shine’ of the team is one fun ride.
As the Long Beach Expo approaches, more details on the event are being announced. The latest news is that Dennis Rodman will be appearing on the Saturday of the show’s run.
The Long Beach Expo will have autograph guests for the first time in more than a decade, bringing in Magic Johnson, Jerry West and jockey Laffit Pincay Jr. to help draw in sports fans, along with a display of nine T206 Honus Wagner cards.