PWCC Marketplace is seeing a lot of interest in a rare Steph Curry card.
Steph Curry is a generational talent, as he demonstrated in Game 4 of the NBA Finals last night. The Warriors’ ace player overcame a minor leg injury and a hostile Celtics crowd to lead his side to victory.
Curry’s abilities make Steph Curry items extremely desirable. The bidding on a 2009 National Treasures signed patch Steph Curry card has already skyrocketed on PWCC Marketplace.
Bids on the ultra-rare Steph Curry rookie card have already surpassed $400,000, and it appears that they will shortly surpass half a million dollars. The front of the card has a shot of a rookie Steph in his Warriors road jersey, as well as a cutaway of the outfit. His statistics are listed on the back. The fact that the card has a Curry autograph on the front makes it extremely desirable. The item will be auctioned off on June 16th.
The card is attracting a lot of interest not just because of its rarity, but also since Curry is now in another NBA Finals, according to PWCC executives.
Curry is clearly eager for his fourth title, and he feels his squad is capable of achieving it. Curry’s trust in the team remained unshakable even after their Game 1 setback. “I believe in who we are and how we deal with adversity,” Curry said. “I believe in how we responded all year, how we responded in the playoffs after a defeat.”
After tying the series at 2-2, the Warriors will return to their home floor. On Monday, June 13th, at 9 p.m., they will play their next game. If they win, how much extra would you pay for a Steph card?