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‘Ultra-rare’ LeBron James Trading Card Bought At $5.2 Million

‘Ultra-rare’ LeBron James Trading Card Bought At $5.2 Million

In recent events, an ‘ultra-rare’ LeBron James trading card has been sold at a standing $5.2m, according to Skysports. this made it the most expensive basketball card to ever have been sold in NBA history.

The 2003 rookie card is from LeBron’s rookie season with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2003.

PWCC is a trading card market place and they recently said as days go by, these cards are becoming very few in availability. And now this card has become the crown jewel of all sports card investment.

The LeBron James trading card sale price has equaled the record for any sports trading card. This is because the same price was paid for a 1952 rookie card for baseball great Mickey Mantle.

‘’At the heart of every collector in 2003 was the hope of pulling the ultra-rare LeBron James Rookie Patch Auto Parallel numbered to 23 copies,’’ PWCC said.

The identity of the buyer, however, remained a secret, on request.

Among the greatest players the game of basketball has ever seen, LeBron James, 36, is considered one of them. He is currently playing forward for the Los Angeles Lakers.

He is a four-time NBA champion with three different franchises, having helped Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers, and L.A. Lakers all win championships.

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