BUYING AND SELLING AND BUYING AND SELLING NBA CARDS
So I am going to sell away a bunch of Funko pops and finally… my Tomica collection.
I guess I need to have the funds now since I am hellbent to buy and sell on weenie NBA cards.
I have currently devised a game plan wherein I am going to “invest” in buying NBA cards while widening my Zion Williamson, Shaquille O’Neal, Dennis Rodman, Allen Iverson, and LaMelo Ball collection. At the moment, I am thinking about whether or not I need to stock on Cade Cunningham rookie cards because I also believe that Franz Wagner and Evan Mobley have the potential to rise up playing for their current teams.
I also bought a lot of Ja Morant, Michael Jordan, Kevin Garnett, Anfernee Hardaway, Grant Hill, Chris Webber, Alonzo Mourning, and Reggie Miller cards. They are NOT for sale. When I was in high school, I wanted to own a lot of cards – especially the 1994-95 Skybox Emotion set as well as the 1994-95 Flair set. Nowadays, I have drooled on Michael Jordan’s 1997-98 Metal Universe base card.
They are for my collection.
Penny Hardaway is the biggest what-if in the NBA for me.
What if Shaquille O’Neal stayed in Orlando and Penny’s knees never gave in?
Anyway, selling the Funko pops will be easy. I am also building on a more comprehensive Funko Rocks line and I am one Duff McKagan and a couple of Metallica axemen away from having an awesome band display. Selling the NBA cards may need a more comprehensive battle plan because I am also playing to dispose of my other base cards. This is why I have relied on COMC rather than buying mega boxes on eBay.