When the ‘$92 ticket from LeBron James’s record-breaking game’ is auctioned off with a starting bid of over $2,000, the fan who kept it stands to win thousands of dollars.
LeBron James broke the NBA scoring record during the game, and one fan is selling his ticket for thousands of dollars.
a ticket for the contest between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers, where James scored his 38,388th point.
With that many points, I was able to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record for the most in a single NBA career. Late in the third quarter of the game, James made a fadeaway 2-point jump shot to pass Abdul-Jabbar, who was watching from the stands.
At Heritage Auctions, a ticket from that game is presently being sold and has drawn high offers.
This was a good spot to see some history being made because it was the sixth seat in row two of section 209.
Memorabilia related to this event will likely command a high price and has been expected to do so for some time.
James’ game-used jersey from that evening, according to Chris Ivy, Heritage Auctions’ head of sports auctions, told TMZ back in February that it could sell for $3 million if it ever went up for auction.
The ticket stub is up for bids until the next week.
NBA Free Agency Day 4 Recap: Anthony Edwards secures a MAX extension in Minnesota, while Malik Beasley is set to move to the Bucks
Anthony Edwards and the Minnesota Timberwolves reached an agreement on Monday for a maximum extension worth $207 million over five years, with an option for an additional $260 million.
The new deal with Edwards will start in the 2024–25 campaign. By receiving the maximum rookie-scale extension, he joins Tyrese Haliburton of Indiana, LaMelo Ball of Charlotte, and Desmond Bane of Memphis as the fourth player to receive one thus far this summer.
If he is selected to the All-NBA team, his contract will be upgraded to supermax. Edwards made his first All-Star appearance this past season, and in each of his first three seasons with the Timberwolves, he has improved. Malik Beasley to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks
Malik Beasley and the Milwaukee Bucks have reached an agreement on a $2.7 million, one-year contract.
After the Lakers reorganized their lineup following the trade deadline, Beasley’s position gradually shrank, and by the end of the first round, he had totally disappeared from the rotation. Despite playing fewer than 26 minutes per game, the 26-year-old averaged 12.7 points and was a leader in catch-and-shoot 3-point attempts, according to NBA.com. He also had a 35.7 percent 3-point shooting percentage.