The sheer excitement and stunning pulls-of-a-lifetime that marked #FlawlessFriday yesterday have given way today to some of the craziest secondary-market sales the sports card industry has seen in many years. No matter how you look at it, Panini America’s 2012-13 Flawless Basketball — one of the most scrutinized high-end products in hobby history — is delivering huge numbers.
Earlier today, our friends over at Trading Card Blog began tracking the most staggering Flawless transactions with a running list of those cards that have commanded $1,000 or more on eBay. One card we didn’t see on their list was the one pictured above, a Kyrie Irving 1/1 that sold for the remarkable sum of $10,000 — yes, $10,000 — according to sortsof.com.
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