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    The cards that are pictured are probably the best cards in there. I'd give like $5 for all those not $599, lol.

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    yeah really if the cards sold for that much I would make some doe! lol I'm sure we all would huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by springwoodslasher
    The cards that are pictured are probably the best cards in there. I'd give like $5 for all those not $599, lol.
    That was exactly what I was going to say.
    1990-1994 are the most common cards of all time and aren't worth the binder and sheets they are in.

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    There was another guy with some cards hes had for 18 years. i think most of them were 88-94. He said "as cards get older, there price goes up. get em cheap now" $300 worth of cheap cards. i told him no one was going to bid on them. he said "ok, ill lower it to 150 for you. lmfao

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    yaiiiks! i rmmbr my "oh soooo good cards" like those <--- (sorry for the sarcasm... cant help it!:new_shock) giving it away to my 9 year old cousin... my cousin said "got any game used??? come on man... you sucked!" can even fool a 9 year old born with an MJ rookie in his mouth... sheesh...

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    Catrell Sprewell <--- new player??? any relation to Latrell ya reckon?

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