In the decade from 1998 to 2007, the San Antonio Spurs managed to claim four NBA championship titles, with much of the effort thanks to future Hall-of-Famers like Tim Duncan. Those were their first and only championship titles, which makes this solid Autographed Banner that much more worthwhile as a collectible item. Guess whose autographs are on the banner? The aforementioned Duncan and the head coach who manned the helm, Gregg Popovich. The Spurs are still a force to be reckoned with to this day, their last conference title coming in this previous year of 2013 (though they failed to claim their fifth championship in Game 7 of the finals against the Miami Heat). This banner is available at this upcoming live auction so be sure to check it out if you’re one to collect priceless autographs from the big names in sports. To get more info, just click here to begin your 3 day free trial account.
You can make these authentic Autographed Tiger Woods Shoes your newest prize in your sports memorabilia collection very, very soon. If you’re a fan of golf, Tiger Woods, or just sports memorabilia from any athlete, then you don’t want to miss this amazing opportunity. There’s a great chance that after Woods is long retired, these shoes will be worth a heck of a lot more than they could be worth today. It’s a worthwhile investment if you’re a collector. So many golfers come and go, turn pro and retire, and we will never know when we’ll be able to see a second coming of a player of Woods’s caliber. Check out this upcoming live auction if you want to take a closer look at this item. It’s safe to say that many eyes will be on this pair of autographed shoes, so get a head start by activating your 3 day free trial account and get the info you need.
Back in 1961, one of the most majestic events in the history of baseball was unfolding. It happened throughout the year, a journey that has been marked as one of the most unforgettable in sports. Back then, the all-time single season home run record was set by the New York Yankees’ Babe Ruth, a total of 60 back in 1927. No one touched that number until the 1961 season, when the tandem of Yankees’ outfielders Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris were going head-to-head in the home run race. Superstar Mantle was the favorite, but it was the player that patrolled the outfield grass in his shadow that eventually broke the record, hitting 61 home runs that broke the supposedly unbreakable record. Honoring the storied season of 1961, these Authentic Roger Maris Photos pays tribute to one of the most underrated yet intriguing players from not just the New York Yankees, but all of MLB. Any true baseball fan would treasure such a piece of sports history. Collectors gather! Just click here to activate your free trial account and get the details you need to find this item in an upcoming live auction.