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    Pelicans win draft lottery. Is this good or bad for Zion RC's?

    Serious question. With Zion likely going to a smaller market in terms of share and a player looking to get out, could this make Zion's cards more affordable.

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    His cards will still be going for a lot when it first comes out, but more affordable than if he went to Knicks or Lakers.

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    I doubt his cards are going to be affordable in any capacity. He's the most hyped and probably most overhyped basketball player since Lebron and the way sports media is all over the guy he's already more famous than all but a handful of sports athletes in all the other sports. His cards will be sky high no matter what. The long term success won't be the same though. Would have been way better if he was drafted by the Knicks or even the Lakers.

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    I doubt his cards are going to be affordable in any capacity. He's the most hyped and probably most overhyped basketball player since Lebron and the way sports media is all over the guy he's already more famous than all but a handful of sports athletes in all the other sports. His cards will be sky high no matter what. The long term success won't be the same though. Would have been way better if he was drafted by the Knicks or even the Lakers.

    I would think being in NOLA would be better if that were to happen bu it's easier to hide in plain sight in a bigger city, so I think I get your point

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    His cards would have been WAY MORE EXPENSIVE had the Lakers or Knicks won the lottery ... err, at least the Knicks, as the Lakers probably would've just traded him straight up for AD and he would've ended up in Nola anyways ...

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