Earlier this week I was in a discussion on Twitter. It involved the Kris Bryant 2016 Heritage Superfractor and the ridiculous price that it sold at.
It only took a few days, but I’ve found something more ridiculous.
I haven’t cared about basketball since the late 1990s and I have no idea what’s going on with cards in that world. A Sports Collectors Daily Facebook post this afternoon mentioned that Stephen Curry Topps rookies are pulling some serious money. They provided a link to eBay items and I had to check it out.
What is it that I don’t know about this card? I don’t believe it’s a short print. There are about 100 of them available on eBay at the moment. It’s not autographed. It’s not numbered. A raw copy sold today for $390! WHAT?!?!?!!!!
I get that he’s the reigning MVP. I get that he’s probably the hottest commodity in basketball cardboard at the moment. I can’t understand this price, though. Someone that follows basketball, please give me a rational explanation for this. I beg you!
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