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LeBron James Rookie Card Sells For $318K

Last week, it was reported that a rare Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James rookie card would be auctioned off to the public and was expected to sell for no less than $200K. That number was shattered. Bidding was closed on Sunday and according to, the final sell was at a staggering $318,500. That was the most […]
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