LeBron James Ultra-Rare Rookie Card Hits Auction Block, Expected To Sell For $1 Million

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James signed a rookie card, and it’s up for an auction. According to estimations, the rookie card will hit over $1 million.

The LeBron James 2003-2004 Upper Deck Exquisite card is 1 of only 23 made. This card has number 14 out of 23. Fans describe it as the most desirable and valuable card in the basketball world. In the sports world, to be more precise.

LeBron James has the most valuable rookie card

LeBron’s rookie card will pop up at Goldin Auctions and it will probably reach one million. It rates at 9.5 or “gem mint.” Yes, it’s almost new.

Mike Trout’s rare rookie card was sold for $923,000. It’s a record sale price, and LeBron’s rookie card will probably go above it.

LeBron likes to claim his thrones, and he is about to take over Trout’s top position.

“The basketball card market is on fire,” Goldin teld TMZ. “We expect this will surpass the record recently sent by the $922,500 Mike Trout card to become the most valuable basketball and most valuable modern card of all time”

The three-time NBA champion signed the card with blue ink. It’s an ultimate piece from all the LeBron-related items. Do you know that it also has a piece of LeBron’s rookie season Cavaliers jersey? Oh yes, this makes it even more valuable.

King James averaged 21 points per game, 6 assists, and 5.5 rebounds per game with the Cavaliers back then. If by any chance you have forgotten it, the 35-year-old won the Rookie of the Year.

The priciest piece in this world is a 2.5 inch by 3.5 inch cardboard and it will be available on the auction block June 22nd.

LeBron and his Los Angeles Lakers are waiting for the NBA return so they can win the title. The Lakers were on top of the West, and they had great expectations from this season. Many analysts agree that this was one of the best seasons LeBron has had in his 17-year career. We’d say that the best has yet to come. It’s a long summer, and the Lakers have a title to win.