JMO of Backyard Breakers, pulled the highly-coveted LeBron Triple Logoman basketball card from the popular 2020-21 Panini Flawless set, capturing the single-most sought-after card in the hobby. This is arguably the best-looking card in the entire set, with its three patches from three different NBA teams. This card has several multi-million dollar bounties. In fact, one case is expected to sell for over $3 million.
It was the first backyard break to include the player, which is a rarity for any NBA player. The LeBron Triple Logoman basketball card was a hidden breaker in the Panini Flawless NBA set, so Drake’s interest in the card created a feeding frenzy, and he opened a dozen boxes of Flawless in his quest to get it. Drake’s attention, however, created a feeding frenzy of sorts for the card, and it remained hidden until he opened 10 cases of Flawless.
Drake and other sports fans have been sharing a common obsession: the NBA. In the past few years, Drake has purchased a large quantity of Panini Flawless basketball cards, which feature his player’s name and number. The Drake collector, of course, coveted the LeBron Triple Logoman. This was a rare and ultra-rare card, and his quest led to a Lamborghini.
The Drake buy has brought the price of these cases up to $22,000 each, but they still aren’t as expensive as before. With so much hype surrounding the LeBron Triple Logoman, the price of these cards is likely to go up in the future. In the meantime, you can get a cheaper set of the card for the same value as a single-player LeBron James. And while the price of each card is high, the product’s quality is definitely worth it.
A triple or dual logoman is a card with game-used patches from multiple players. They are extremely rare, and some have astronomical prices. On eBay, one such card is currently selling for over $500K. So, it’s easy to see that the value of these cards has skyrocketed thanks to the 2020-21 Flawless set. And Drake has even become a fan of the LeBron Triple Logoman.
While the LeBron James logoman card might not fetch $5 million, it is likely to be one of the most-valued cards in the world. The episode of Backyard Breakers on Whatnot recently filmed the event, where they found a LeBron James logoman card worth an estimated $5 million. Similarly, a 2003/04 LeBron signed rookie patch card was sold for $5.2 million, and a Honus Wagner piece was sold for $6 million. The Backyard Breakers team is a surprisingly generous source of money.
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