The last card Grant Hill pulled from the pack was a Zion Williamson flash parallel rookie card. Moreover, it wasn’t just any card of the 2019 No. 1 pick. It was a variation card with a shorter print run than the base rookie card, making it more valuable. How valuable is this card Grant Hill pulled? Well, this particular Zion Williamson rookie card recently fetched $86.89 in an auction on Feb. 7. The highest sale, meanwhile, goes to a BGS 9.5 graded copy of this card, which was auctioned off for $349 on Jan. 16.
Kobe Bryant’s old 1963 Chevy Impala, which was a Christmas gift from his wife Vanessa and once featured on MTV’s “Pimp My Ride,” was sold for a hefty price tag at an auction on Monday. The car, which was initially listed at $100,000 at Goldin Auctions, was sold for $221,400 on Monday.
The tricked out 1963 Chevy Impala once owned by Kobe Bryant is hitting the auction block — and we’re told it’s expected to sell in the $250,000 range! The car has a pretty famous and well-documented history. Kobe’s wife Vanessa went to West Coast Customs (the “Pimp My Ride” people) back in 2006 and had them customize something special for Mamba … so she could gift it to Kobe on Christmas morning.
Kobe got rid of the car around 2013 — and it was later auctioned off by Barrett-Jackson in 2014. Now, the car is changing hands once again — with the folks at Goldin Auctions running the sale. The auction is live and there’s already a $100,000 bid — but Ken Goldin tells us he expects the car to sell in the neighborhood of $250k.
It’s not a game-worn jersey, sneakers or autographed basketball — no the most expensive Steph Curry item ever is THIS piece of cardboard … You’re looking at a 2009/10 Panini National Treasures “Century Gold” Steph Curry signed patch/autograph rookie card … and it just sold for $616,000 at auction!!!