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the2xtremefan24
10-18-2003, 11:17 PM
Which should I get? I can't make up my mind. Does anyone have any of those 2 autos?
LMK!!!!

podstock
10-19-2003, 02:40 AM
very simple answer:

how much do the autos cost?

Let's assume both autos cost $20 each. Then, I would pick Lebron, b/c he's gonna be playing, and still has plenty of years to prove his worth. Jordan's retired, and folks interests wane a bit with respect to retired players.


Now, let's assume both autos cost $350 each. Then, I would select Jordan. What if Lebron got seriously hurt tomorrow? Would his cards still go up in value? Jordan is established as a legend, his cards won't go up as fast anymore, but it's not likely to decline.

Buying $350 Lebron auto is risky.

Ask all the collectors of Jay Williams, who crashed his motorcycle, broke his ankle, knee, and hip, and is out for the entire season. And the 2004-2005 season is guaranteed to see that he will play

john1170
10-19-2003, 10:38 AM
I would rather have the auto of the greatest basketball player ever. You know who that is.

gioperation
10-19-2003, 11:12 AM
Originally posted by john1170
I would rather have the auto of the greatest basketball player ever. You know who that is.

personnally I am really the greatest PLAYA ever!

bdrr
10-19-2003, 05:20 PM
jordan IS NOT the best ever
Try Bill Russell or Wilt Chamberlain...ya think anyone is ever gonna average 50 a game again? dont think so

john1170
10-19-2003, 06:08 PM
Originally posted by bdrr
jordan IS NOT the best ever
Try Bill Russell or Wilt Chamberlain...ya think anyone is ever gonna average 50 a game again? dont think so

I guess we can all have our opinions on who the best is. All these guys were great!

podstock
10-20-2003, 12:50 AM
Originally posted by john1170
I would rather have the auto of the greatest basketball player ever. You know who that is.

yea!

Magic Johnson!!

minew_m
10-20-2003, 07:21 PM
I'd go with Jordan. He's already proved himself. We still don't know with Lebron.

podstock
10-21-2003, 03:22 PM
while it is true tha Lebron hasn't established himself... he's done an "ok" job so far in pre-season; we shall see once the regular season comes along.

Right now, the hype on him is incredible, and if you can pick up the cards at bargain prices, you'll be able to sell them easily for profit!

john1170
10-21-2003, 03:30 PM
There are no bargain prices for him. Too high to begin with. If he continues to shoot 29% from the field he is in for a long season. I suggest buying Carmelo Anthony and much more reasonable prices.

podstock
10-21-2003, 03:35 PM
wow, is that what Lebron really is shooting?

When Magic first came into the league, he was sub-par from the field and from the free throw line, although he always had the magic, pardon the pun, to make shots to help the team win.

But, Magic never made $135M in endorsements BEFORE playing 1 regular NBA game.

The question is: will Lebron work in the gym in the off season relentlessly in order to become a legend? 18-y/o and making more money than he can count --- that's asking a lot!!

That's why I loved Kobe --- b/c he wanted immortality and wanted to be better than Michael Jordan, and dedicated himself to doing that every day in the offseason, despite his wealth.

of course, the rape trial changes all that.

And from the looks of the trial...it's pretty clear Kobe will not be convicted.

we shall see what Kobe will do from here on end