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Thread: No One for a LeBron G/U?

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    No One for a LeBron G/U?

    05/06 Reflections Fabric Reflections FR-LJ... Need PS2 XbX and Cube games... Leave a list of what you will trade that will be your offer for the card... I will leave a yes or no, once per person- first offer is only offer Hint: I don't care much for (Sport- NHL, NCAA, Madden, NBA) 2002, 2003, 2004 etc. or _________ 2, 3, 4 (when they're on #7) (those are outdated and obsolete) with the exception of Donkey Kong and Mario- the first games I played in the arcade back in the day... I would still accept the obsolete titles, but not giving much weight to them in a trade...

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    No thanks. They are on DMC3, so that one's not worth much to me, certainly not anywhere near a LeBron G/U.
    Last edited by justsandersplease; 07-08-2006 at 07:05 PM.

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    Lots- what are you offering? Maybe if you did something along the lines of listing and having me pick X # of them, or something?...

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    how about grand theft auto, grand theft auto vice city, kingdon hearts, mercenaries, metal gear solid 3, gauntlet dark legacy, vex, resident evil outbreak, world championship poker, 007 nightfire, medal of honor rising sun, killzone, socom, socom 2, sims bustin out, or mortal kombat shaolin monks? im willing to trade these. lmk which one you like or whatever... thanks!!

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    for gamecube games i got:
    Goldeneye Rogue Agent (2 disc)
    007 the world is not enough
    Medal of Honor Frontline
    Medal of Honor Rising sun (2 disc)
    Conflict Desert Storm

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    Jfair- I'll send you a PM , but I was looking for an offer, and not ONE of them
    Star- what's your offer?
    Calvin- You have a PM

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