2018-19 Prizm Silver #279 DeAndre Ayton PSA 10
Pop: 1,495 | Previous Price: $169.99
The Suns may not seem for real, but at some point we’re all going to be forced to accept that they are. Once the fans notice that, I doubt Ayton’s rookie cards will be so cheap.
There’s nothing special about his Prizm Silver PSA 10 RC, in fact I was going to list his Prizm Blue Ice PSA 10 RC, but I figured it might be good to have some budget friendly options here. I also could’ve shared any one of his other rookies. Across the board they are just too cheap for the way his team is playing.
It might take until close to Playoff time for any actual profits to be gained, but yeah, I might be looking to hoard some Ayton rookie soon, just no way he goes this cheap compared to Luka and Trae, not if his team is the one continuously dominating.
2003-04 Topps Pristine “Common” #101 LeBron James PSA 10
POP: 480 | Target Price: $960
Yesterday we had today’s star and today we have yesterday’s star… did that make sense? Much like the homie Ayton up there, I think LeBron’s cards are too cheap. We should be buying based on his legacy, not on his stats from his 19th year in the NBA.
The Pristine rookie is not my favorite, but out of all the popular rookies I found that it had the most room to grow. Take a look at this chart below.
Out of all the rookies, the PSA 10 Pristine RC is the only one that would be close to 2x based on the 3 month high. No that’s not any type of TA, just simple math… I think.
With that being said, if you think this is the bottom for LeBron than any of his rookies could be a good play. If you’re holding, buy the one you love the most, if you’re flipping, the Pristine might be a good bet.