I know that many people, myself included, can’t stand him right now, but there’s no denying LeBron James’ popularity in the hobby. I know that I wouldn’t have been complaining if this case produced a James autograph. That single card would have probably come close to covering the cost of the case on its own.
Here’s one of the draft cards that would be a very nice pull in the autographed version. Rubio, Flynn and Curry are all pretty popular in the hobby and having them all together on one card would be nice. It still doesn’t come anywhere near the 1984 Draft’s card. That’s a card with three Hall of Famers on it.
Base autos in this box: Lester Hudson /999, Jimmy Barron /999 and Henk Norel /999.
The fourth autograph in the box is my first from the list of players that I mentioned in the first post. Flynn was the 6th pick in the draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves. He averaged 13.5 PPG last season, but isn’t playing as much this year due to the revamped Timberwolves roster and Luke Ridnour ahead of him at the point.
The Jordan Classic redemption card from this box was for the same Tyreke Evans jersey card that came out of box 1. There are two different cards on the checklist so it was possible to get a different Evans, but it wasn’t to be.