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    Would you do this trade?

    I was in discussions with another member about a trade. I liked something he had and he liked something I had. Both sides had players or cards that the other side collected. One of us offered the other this deal:

    (I'll keep the player names a secret, at least for now)

    top ten basketball player single jersey (not Kobe or Lebron) not numbered or rookie


    2nd year card, baseball promising young player, triple threads triple bat auto /99 and promising rookie card of 2nd year player all tools currently hitting .300

    Here's the kicker, the BV look to be very close if not the same. Which side would you want to be on. After a few replies I'll tell you the rest of the story.

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    same as mattyj here, and i dont collect baseball at all really
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    Gator Cards: 771 ::: Total BV: $5,170.15

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    Would really need the player names to make a decision...

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    from what I see, depends on who the basketball player is? but since its not kobe or lebron - um could be jordan - not sure.
    collecting Tim Duncan
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    l/f stadium club traction card of tim duncan

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    keep the triple threads. bv's are useless, you should probably search ebay's completed listings to see if the values match up before making a deal.

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    The jersey isn't MJ. It's a top current player and future HOF, but like I said a reg jersey otherwise.

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    im gunna take a stab in the dark and say the player is like KG or Duncan or Wade?

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