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All Star Deals on NBA Memorabilia

Basketball fans and collectors need to check out some of Sports Collectibles’ new autographed NBA memorabilia! We have a variety of basketballs signed by current and former NBA superstars added to our vast inventory of autographed sports memorabilia. Autographed basketballs are great for display and all are 100% authentic and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. This is a fast break, so don’t hesitate to shop some new NBA signed products offered at sportscollectibles.com!

Golden State Warriors fans are in luck as we have head coach Steve Kerr autographed NBA basketballs, one with the “Go Dubs” inscription. We also have Klay Thompson signed basketballs for sale at the lowest price you’ll find online. Staying in the Western Conference, we have autographed NBA basketballs from Dirk Nowitzki, young rising star Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns, as well as autographed basketballs from the Portland Trail Blazers’ dynamic backcourt of CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard. Fans and collectors can also add a DeMar DeRozan signed basketball, Trust the Process with a Joel Embiid autographed NBA basketball, or shop for a Carmelo Anthony signed ball. True New York Knicks fans need to check out a Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis dual signed basketball for your collection. If you’re a long-time NBA fan, we also just added autographed basketballs by Charles Barkley, Julius Erving, and Dikembe Mutombo with the “HOF 15” inscription! For the NCAA college basketball fans, we have Bobby Knight autographed NCAA basketballs and Indiana Hoosiers white panel basketballs available!

Sports Collectibles Online is the best place to find all autographed sports memorabilia from your favorite teams and players, and our warehouse is filled with excellent certified authentic product! We are adding more autographed NBA memorabilia, so be sure to check out what we have in stock!


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Kenyan Drake Signing – Huntsville, AL

Kenyan Drake signing autographs this Sunday (1/17) at 2pm.
 
Location: Parkway Place Mall – Huntsville, Alabama
Cost: $25 Autographs & $10 Inscriptions
More Info: www.sportscollectibles.com

Championship Collectibles

Congrats to our new NBA & NHL World Champions!!! The Golden State Warriors return to greatness after a long drought and the Chicago Blackhawks win their third in six years to become a true 21st century dynasty. Celebrate these title with our licensed framed photo and coin collection. These brilliantly crafted photos and real gold coins are the perfect item to display in sports room to remember and commemorate the champs!

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MJ’s Shoes Sell for $33K

Written by: Darren Rovell of ESPN

A pair of Converse shoes that an auction house says Michael Jordan wore when he played at the University of North Carolina sold for $33,387 on Thursday morning.

Grey Flannel Auctions, which sold the shoes, said they were consigned by a high school teammate of Jordan. The auction house said the winning bidder prefers to remain anonymous.

Game-used Jordan shoes have commanded some serious dollars in recent years.

Last year, Grey Flannel sold an autographed pair of shoes Jordan wore during his famous “Flu Game” in the 1997 NBA Finals for $104,765. A pair of shoes that Jordan wore in his rookie season with the Bulls sold for $31,070 in 2013.

Grey Flannel executives held back a pair of 1984 Converse shoes that Jordan wore for the Olympic gold-medal game for a future auction.

Jordan wore Converse throughout his days at North Carolina because, at the time, the company was paying UNC coach Dean Smith about $10,000 a year to have his players wear its shoes. Converse made a pitch to Jordan when he turned pro after the 1984 Olympics, but its $100,000 a year offer fell $400,000 short of Nike’s deal. The rest is history. Nike’s Jordan brand sells more than $2.5 billion worth of sneakers annually.

Other highlights in the auction included a Babe Ruth game-used Tour of Japan hat, which sold for $303,277, a record for a non-Yankees cap; a 1937 Joe DiMaggio game-used Yankees hat ($151,652); a 1932 Yankees team-signed ball ($115,242); and a Dr. J game-used Philadelphia 76ers road uniform ($44,428).

 


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Basketball is Back!

As one sport ends, another begins.  While the country was captivated by an awesome World Series last week, we now turn our attention to the hardwood.  So what should we be looking out for in the 2014-2015 NBA season?

  • How can the Oklahoma City Thunder cope with injuries to Durant & Westbrook?
  • Can Derrick Rose stay healthy and lead the Bulls?
  • How will the new “Big 3″ of LeBron James, Kevin Love & Kyrie Irving fare?
  • Can the Warriors “Splash Bros” Thompson & Curry take the next step?
  • Will the Spurs repeat? Can they keep their legs fresh?
  • Can the Hornets, Raptors or Wizards contend in the East?
  • Will Kobe Bryant  play up to the level we are accustomed to?
  • Can Anthony Davis win the MVP Award at 21? He’s that good.
  • Will top picks Wiggins & Parker be difference makers?
  • Can CP3 & the Clippers get past the hump?
  • After LeBron’s departure, can the Heat contend for a title?
  • Who will hoist the trophy in June?

Should be an entertaining 2014-2015 NBA Campaign.  Be sure to take a look at our NBA collection http://www.sportscollectibles.com/nba_memorabilia_c1351.htm