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2012-13 Threads listing question - JMarchand1981 - 11-15-2012 06:31 AM
I pulled a 2012-13 Deron Williams Private Signings auto from a box of Threads. I was happy considering the OTHER guys on that checklist(Tyson CHandler, Antawn Jamison and Donta Ellis).
Every other card numbered higher than 25 in the Threads stuff has a list value. Can anyone tell me why the Deron Williams wouldn't? I doubt that it is all that limited. I saw one sell on the bay north of $100 and maybe I am missing something here because he plays out of market, but is this guy really that good? I am a Celtics fan. Is he a better PG than Rondo? Does his stuff sell better because BK is a hot ticket right now?
So those are my questions. Why doesn't it list and is this guy a top 3 PG right now?
RE: 2012-13 Threads listing question - rob springs - 11-16-2012 04:32 PM
(11-15-2012 06:31 AM)JMarchand1981 Wrote: I pulled a 2012-13 Deron Williams Private Signings auto from a box of Threads. I was happy considering the OTHER guys on that checklist(Tyson CHandler, Antawn Jamison and Donta Ellis).
That particular card has been priced today and should show up tomorrow in the OPG.
RE: 2012-13 Threads listing question - kenarm79 - 11-16-2012 10:00 PM
Personally, I think DWill is better than Rondo. Rondo is a better passer, but he's not a scorer. DWill and CP3 were considered the two best PGs for awhile. Rondo has grown into a better PG over time. When he came into the league, his confidence was very shaky. As it stands right now, you really can't go wrong with either or.
As a Celtics fan you already know that Rondo will sell for good money because you all are second to none when it comes to spending on cardboard, lol. I believe that if DWill was a Celtic, his stuff would sell for more than Rondo's amongst Celtic Nation.