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    Exclamation Penny Hardaway game used jersey card sells for $976!

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/97-98-UD-Gam...p2047675.l2557

    Is Penny Hardaway the best selling retired player that isn't named Michael Jordan?
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    I was looking for a few Pennies to complete a few sets, found it surprising some of the prices for his cards. But that price is shocking!

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    Yep fair price for the away version, I paid an arm and leg for mine as well.

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    Some of his earlier and rare inserts sell very very well. He was my first favorite player lol.
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    how do all these rare cards end up in China or Taiwan etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardcollectorman View Post
    how do all these rare cards end up in China or Taiwan etc?
    Many buyers in this area have deep pockets and scoop cards up.
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    Guess I should put up his 97-98 SkyBox Premium Competitive Advantage insert up on the Bay. Found this gem in the bargain bin at my local card shop! 1:96 odds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cardcollectorman View Post
    how do all these rare cards end up in China or Taiwan etc?
    China is home to like 1/6 of the world's population and they are big into basketball
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