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Tag Archives: LeBron James

Box Busters: 2011 Upper Deck All-time Greats basketball cards

Join Beckett Basketball’s Chris Olds and Rob Springs as they rip into a pair of 2011 Upper Deck All-time Greats Basketball boxes in this latest episode of Box Busters.

2011 NSCC Voices from the show: Upper Deck

UD Authenticated sales rep Lindsay Sherry takes us on a tour of the most prominent pieces from Upper Deck’s booth at The National.

Weekly Highlights (July 25 – July 29)

Beckett.com’s weekly highlights from July 25 – July 29.

UD’s All-Time Greats packs plenty of, well, greats

Upper Deck’s latest high-end line of college basketball cards arrives on Friday packing a player-centric configuration and some big names in every box of 2011 All-Time Greats.

Upper Deck announces plans for the National filled with autographs and giveaways

VIPs and other collectors can land some great exclusive Upper Deck products at the National Sports Collectors Convention from August 3-7.

Dirk may have the trophy, but LeBron’s basketball cards command the cash

This year’s NBA Finals have come and gone with a pair of stars getting plenty of attention — for what they did and didn’t do in the Finals.

Latest from UDA has LeBron James’ right-hand stuff

Upper Deck Authenticated would like you to give LeBron James a hand.

Weekly Highlights (April 11 – April 15)

Beckett.com’s weekly highlights for the week of April 11 – April 15, 2011.

Ever wanted five pairs of LeBron James’ game-used shoes all at once? Now’s your chance …

Among the lots in Memory Lane Inc.’s latest auction is one that features five pairs of game-used LeBron James size 16 Nikes — all worn during Games 2-6 of the 2008 Eastern Conference Finals. Each is signed as a 1/1 and was acquired and witnessed by Upper Deck Authenticated. The minimum bid? $5,000. The event opened on Saturday and all auctions will close on April 28.

Weekly Highlights (April 4 – April 8)

Beckett.com highlights from the week of April 4 – April 8

Meet the LeBrons … again

Apparently in a collaborative effort with technology giants HP and Intel, James created the series using the four alter-egos previously created for his Nike campaign.