2004-05 UD All-Star Lineup Signature Class Kobe BryantCategory: Trading Cards
By doing so, Kobe once again proved to detractors that he can carry a team to a crown and that last year was no fluke.
As Shaq’s side kick during the Lakers three-peat from 2000-2002, Kobe is one of my favorite NBA players.
I actually have an autographed card of him but I sold it last 2006 for P6,000.
Now, that the Black Mamba is destined to go down in history as one of the greatest NBA players ever, I am having regrets on selling that card.
To satisfy my craving and since I have some extra Paypal funds from my blog earnings, I decided to buy an autographed Kobe Bryant trading card.
This one below is a card I got from a fellow member in the nbacardsph forum:
The card depicts Kobe wearing his old jersey number, 8. He switched to #24 in the 2006-07 season if you didn’t know.
The autograph is on-card which is an upgrade from my previous one which was a sticker auto.
Odds of getting a card like it is 1 in 240 packs. It is not serial numbered but I think its rare as I have not seen another card like it yet and it is unpriced in the Beckett price guide.
As Kobe attempts to get another three-peat next season, the value of his trading cards will surely rise in value. This one is a keeper for sure.If you want to receive my latest posts, please subscribe to my full feed RSS or have them delivered through email. Just enter your email address below and hit the Subscribe button.