Chet Holmgren

Hold Chet. His cards are holding a lot of value right now, so if you’re lukewarm on his ability to stay healthy and produce, we wouldn’t blame you for selling. We’ll hold Chet for now, and see how things progress leading up to the 2023 season.

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Anfernee Simons

Buying Simons in the offseason or in November might be the floor for his cards. The opportunity to flip Simons would be after some big scoring games. If Lillard is ever injured/moved, Simons will become option #1.

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Davion Mitchell

Our Investing Thesis The hobby is huge. There is a ton of temptation and FOMO. It’s easy to become undisciplined and sloppy in pursuit of making money investing in sports cards. Our sports card investing thesis is three fold. 1. Don’t Chase. The way to make money investing in Sports Cards is NOT to chase…

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Tyrese Maxey

He’s a future star, but at half the price. Once the wheels fall off Embiid and Harden, Philly will be able to turn it over to Maxey. It’s best to get in now, before he’s commanding top dollar.

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Yunus Musah

Musah is a risky play. He will likely need a move away from Valencia before we see a true rise in his card market.

Although he is one of the USMNT staples in the midfield, he still is quite young. His technicality is precise and breathtaking, but he needs to score more goals. He needs to score goals or create more big chances for the value of his cards to rise, and to move up our rankings, he will need to be more of a score-changing threat.

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If you can get Siakim at a fair price now, we wouldn’t blame you, but his market might drop a little this offseason, so you could wait for that instead. Hope for a Siakim trade to a contending team and then sell for profit.

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