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NBA Trading Cards


Does anyone still collect cards? When I was growing up (in the late 80's, early 90's), trading cards were everywhere and everyone I knew collected them. I wish that I still had some of those cards because I remember having some great autographs and whatnot. I have no idea what happened to them, but about a year ago I decided to buy a few packs and it has completely rejuvenated my interest in them. Although they are ridiculously expensive now and apparently only have two companies that produce them, I still felt like a kid again. It was pretty cool turning card after card and witnessing a Brandon Roy card or even some pre-Blazers Gerald Wallace and Jamal Crawford cards.

So does anyone else still do this? Or did you ever? I saw that Jeremy Lin's rookie card is going for over $20 on eBay now and I have three of them. I am not into selling them, but the childlike fascination is still there and surprisingly enjoyable (even as a 29-year-old).

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