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Last month, Rob Gough paid a record $5.2 million for a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card. It’s hardly the only record that’s been shattered in recent months, as investors increasingly see buying high-end sports cards as a way to turn a profit.

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The long-dormant NBA hobby caught fire and broke records during the pandemic.

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While Basketball cards were invented in the 20th century, they only gained popularity in the 90s. So, why are they still so valuable now?

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You may wonder, why are sports cards so expensive? We give you the top 10 reasons and much more in our complete guide.

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Where ever I look anything from this year is SUPER jacked up, $20 boxes are $80+ and even sealed stuff from seasons before is next to impossible…

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NBA Top Shot is the latest product to capitalize on blockchain technology. These digital trading cards are pulling in impressive dollar amounts.

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From seasoned vets to rookies to watch, this NBA season has plenty to love from a trading card hobby perspective.

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A huge number of new folks have started purchasing cards during this time, driving demand through the roof. While this growth is a welcome…

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Looking for a slam-dunk ROI in 2023? Get the scoop on the 10 most expensive basketball cards on the market and discover how to cash in on your hobby.

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An “ultra-rare” LeBron James trading card is bought for $5.2m (£3.75m), making it the most expensive basketball card ever sold.

bbc.com

As values for NBA Top Shot NFT moments continue to soar, we take a look at the ten most valuable digital cards available on the marketplace today.

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It’s time to find that dusty shoebox of cards in your attic.

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Do you like trading cards, specifically those related to basketball? If you do, you might be wondering how much you could potentially make if you have a

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Brian Potter joins to explain the forces behind the slowdown of various U.S. construction endeavors, why that matters, and how to turn things around