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    Post 1986-87 Fleer Basketball Box Sells For $66,000

    http://www.beckett.com/news/1986-87-...lls-for-66000/

    A 1986-87 Fleer Basketball box sold for $66,000 in Heritage Auctions’ 2017 June 29 Premium Sportscard Catalog Auction. That works out to over $1,800 per pack.
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    That's a ton of coin!
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    I remember when they couldn't give these away for 25 cents a pack....
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    The NBA is so indebted to Michael Jordan.

    He's the most valuable business asset ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nostalgykone View Post
    The NBA is so indebted to Michael Jordan.

    He's the most valuable business asset ever.
    Not only the NBA but I'm pretty sure Upper Deck would be out of business by now if it wasn't for Jordan and Nike would be struggling as well. Nike just complained that they made almost nothing on Tiger Woods over his golf career with their line and without Jordan they'd be likely nothing by now. Maybe Gatorade too.
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    well to be fair, golf could never generate the same revenue as basketball from a purely numbers standpoint. given the cost of marketing today, the amount of money they would make compared to basketball is pennies and that probably cuts further into the ROI.

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    One the other day had 3 stickers and 3 jordans rc

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