Dončić rookie card sold for $4.6 million

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Dallas Mavericks have a superstar in Luka Dončić. He is one of the best young players in the league.

A Dončić card recently sold for $4.6 million. The 1 of 1 card was signed by Dončić himself and was sold through the National Treasures Auto Logoman auction.

Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Dončić dribbles up the court against the Phoenix Suns
Luka Dončić dribbles up the court against the Phoenix Suns (Photo by Luka Doncic/Instagram)

It is the highest amount ever paid for a basketball card. The card was sold on Dončić’s 22nd birthday.

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Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo’s rookie card was sold for $1.812 million last September. In July, a LeBron James rookie card was sold for $1.8 million.

A collector, who goes by Bolillo Lajan San, said he purchased the card.

“Today is a big day in the hobby,” the collector said on Instagram. “Also, it just happens to be @lukadoncic birthday as well which was pure coincidence. Being this is such a significant deal I have to make it public. Many heard there was a deal brewing since back in November of 2020 for the 2018-19 National Treasures Luka Doncic Rc Auto Logoman 1/1. Even though there were a few adjustments to the sale price since then, today my new business partner/friend and I have finalized the deal at 4.6 million for the card.

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“The total deal had a few other cards totaling 5.88MM yet the most important of it all is this sale being it’s the highest paid price for any basketball card in history to date. Congratulations to Nick! Now we both have a Luka Logoman. I couldn’t be happier with where this card is positioned and for the future to come. #thehobby #lukadoncic #logoman💎🦦”

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