NBA Top Shot collectors pay $208K for LeBron James moment

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Erik García Gundersen
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LeBron James collectibles have always been among some of the most valuable in the world sports collectibles. And the same concept rings true in the latest model for NBA collectibles, NBA Top Shot. In the span of one day, two LeBron James moments on Top Shot sold for six-figure sums, including one which sold on Monday for a stunning $208,000, which is the largest single sale so far on Top Shot.

The moment that was bought for the high number was LeBron’s iconic dunk against Nemanja Bjelica in the early part of last year’s championship season for the Lakers. The moment is one of just 49 moments made, according to Top Shot.

There has been a lot of work done recently on what NBA Top Shot is that would do a better job than I would of describing what it is in-depth. The value of the individual moments has skyrocketed in recent weeks and hype around the release of the individual packs has made them events of their own.

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