Being a sports memorabilia collector was tough. To get the coolest stuff, you had to take weekly trips to your local stores, browse auction catalogs, make tons of phone calls, and if you were lucky, attend souvenir conventions that were coming. in the city. But this is no longer the case. Like everything else in life, the Internet has made collecting sports memorabilia much easier. While you should always be careful of scammers and scammers, there are also many reputable online dealers who adhere to standardized authentication practices with their basketball memorabilia. And that means you can buy anything from the 76ers training jersey worn by Allen Iverson to an autographed photo of Bill Buckner holding a croquet wicket, while watching Season 2 of The witcher in your underwear.
Looking to add some new items to your collection? Well if you are a basketball fan then you have come to the right place. Below are some truly unique pieces of basketball memorabilia currently available at Press Pass Collectibles. Each item is fully authenticated and would make a great addition to almost any collection, so you’ll definitely want to take a look.
Ultra-rare basketball memorabilia
This Donruss jersey series 2019 The card commemorates Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal’s career with the Orlando Magic, which spanned from 1992 to 1996. Personally signed by O’Neal himself, this collector’s item has been authenticated by Beckett Authentication Services. This and all autographed items sold by Press Pass Collectibles come with a 100% money back Lifetime Certificate of Authenticity.
Buy this signed Shaquille O’Neal card here for $ 219.99.
Michael Jordan may be the greatest basketball player to ever play, but it’s no secret that his number one passion these days is golf. This Bob O’Link Golf Club Scorecard in Highland Park, Illinois, is autographed by MJ himself and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from James Spence Authentication. While Jordan’s name and scores inside the card come from an unknown hand, likely the one that served as a caddy that day, the signature on the front is unmistakably Jordan himself.
Buy this Michael Jordan Autographed Golf Scorecard here for $ 1,799.99.
Karl Malone played 19 seasons in the National Basketball Associations, in which he won two MVP awards and scored 36,928 career points, just behind one Kareem. What better way for a fan to celebrate The Mailman’s historic career than with this size 16 Converse All-Star worn and personally signed by the man himself? This shoe has been authenticated by Beckett Authentication Services and comes with a letter of provenance from the Utah Jazz Ball Picker who obtained it.
But this Converse All-Star autographed by Karl Malone here for $ 1,199.99.
Larry Bird (aka Larry Legend, aka French Lick’s Hick) has won three NBA Championships and three consecutive NBA MVP awards. In the 1980s. Now he has been commemorated with a Funko Pop vinyl figure. And this one is still in its mint box, which was signed by Bird himself in front of a representative of Beckett Authentication Services.
Buy this autographed Larry Bird figure here for $ 224.99.
Kobe Bryant was one of the greatest basketball players to ever play and has a more dedicated following than any NBA player in recent memory. If you happen to count yourself among her biggest fans, then this item is a must have for your collection. This January 1996 issue from Philadelphia Sports Magazine The fan features Kobe on the cover, when he was just a student at Lower Merion High. And the main dish is the inscription and the autograph of Kobe himself, which have been rated as Gem 10, which means he is practically perfect.
Buy this magazine autographed by Kobe Bryant here for $ 3,499.99.
From the NBA legends of old, we now move on to the NBA legends of today. This Spalding basketball is autographed by 2x NBA MVP and 2021 NBA Champion Giannis Antetokounmpo. One of only three players to have won two MVP awards before the age of 26, the other two being Kareem and LeBron, any collectibles signed by the Greek Freak will only increase in value. Your best bet is to hang this one up while you can.
Buy this basketball autographed by Giannis Antetokounmpo here for $ 324.99.
Speaking of current NBA legends, no collection of contemporary NBA memorabilia would be complete without Something from the great Steph Curry. A three-time NBA champion, 2x NBA MVP and now the greatest three-point shooter of all time, Curry has completely redefined the way basketball is played. And that autographed Steph Curry “The Bay” Warriors Jersey is a fantastic way to commemorate his historic career.
Buy this signed Steph Curry jersey here for $ 1,049.99.
Last but not least on our list of rare basketball memorabilia, we have something from the greatest playmaker of all time, Michigan native Earvin “Magic” Johnson. Originally released for arcades by Arcadia Systems in 1988, Magic Johnson’s quick break for the Nintendo entertainment system was released by Tradewest in 1990. This used NES cartridge was personally autographed by Magic Johnson himself. Signing was assisted by a Beckett Authentication Services representative and features a Beckett Authentication Services holographic sticker on the reverse side.
Buy this NES game autographed by Magic Johnson here for $ 119.99.