Sports Cards Nonsense

Sports Cards Nonsense

A podcast featuring Mike Gioseffi and Jesse Gibson that’s about sports, the Sports card market, and how to make money with this hobby. Who you should be buying and selling - along with the occasional fantasy football advice.

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April 16, 2021 66 min
Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse talk about recent developments in the MLB and NBA and how UFC cards are on the rise. Then they interview StarStock cofounder and CEO Scott Greenberg about how his company is looking to make sports cards buying and selling work faster and in real time while you watch sports.
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense' Mike and Jesse discuss a wide range of topics, with updates on MLB and NBA stars' card values, a discussion on wrestling cards and the state of NFTs, and a '101' segment on what grading qualifiers mean and how you can use them to differentiate between cards. They also answer more listener questions in today's mailbag segment.
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss the changes that could come as a result of card giant Topps going public in an eye-popping deal worth over $1 billion. They also talk about recent NBA and MLB updates, and answer listener questions in the mailbag segment.
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss Shohei Ohtani and some other MLB standout players from the season so far. Mike tells Jesse which MLB players he'd buy or sell, and they share some good-investment buys in the beloved Straight Cash, Homie segment.
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss some MLB players whose cards they expect to increase in value as the season starts. They also talk through some changes in the grading world, and how collectors in the hobby should adapt to the new landscape. Later, they interview Nathan Burns of Grand Slam Collectibles on how he has tried to set himself apart from other card retailers.
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss recent trade moves in the NBA and NFL, Jesse talks about trying to get money back from Top Shot, and Mike answers listener questions in the biggest mailbag segment yet.
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss the NBA players who are on the move and how their values might be affected. Jesse gives an update about a new feature on eBay that could change how sports cards are evaluated, and later the guys interview Mark Feinsand of MLB.com about who he sees as the most valuable baseball prospects and cards for this season.
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss the recent injuries affecting the NBA, including LeBron James and LaMelo Ball. Mike also breaks down different card brands, when they typically release new sets, and which ones to buy. Later, they interview Dan Markham, whose YouTube channel 'What's Inside?' has become an internet sensation. Dan and Mike break open a few packs of cards live to see if they ...
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Today on 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse talk through the ever-changing MVP race in the NBA and how that affects certain players' card values. They also talk about investing in NHL cards, and which current and classic cards might get a bump in the coming months. Later, they interview Steve Perrault of the 'Section 10' podcast about who's hot and who's not in the MLB card market.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss Drew Brees's retirement and his card value, how the shifting NBA landscape is affecting the card market, and later they talk to artist Blake Jamieson about his work on Topps's sought-after Project70 collection.
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Mike and Jesse discuss how recent NFL quarterback rumors could ultimately affect the value of those involved and the current values of certain 1990s NBA cards. Then they are joined by Rob Gough, who recently purchased a Mickey Mantle card for $5.2 million.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse react to the NBA All-Star Game, talk about the card values of the stars who participated, and look back at some older NBA stars' cards. Later, they interview PSA president Steve Sloan about the grading company's exponential growth over the last year and how they are handling a massive influx of cards.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse go deep on 2021 MLB predictions and whose baseball cards are projected to rise in value. Later, they interview Evan Vandenberg about how Dibbs is trying to be the go-to 24/7 marketplace for trading shares of sports cards.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse interview Exquisite Sports Collectibles' Jamison Long about his background and how he came to leave his six-figure job to work in sports cards. They also discuss the Celtics' Jayson Tatum and his value relative to the team's other stars. Later, Mike and Jesse answer mailbag questions and go over PSA's new grading updates.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Bill Simmons joins Jesse and Mike to discuss his sleeper picks for NFL cards, who he sees making the NBA Finals, his favorite cards of all time, how he sees the Top Shot market, and much more.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse look at the NBA draft class of 2019 and how the card values of players like Zion and Ja Morant could change depending on how the rest of the season goes. Later, Jesse gives an update about Top Shot, a relatively new format of card trading, and the guys interview Ken Goldin to discuss how Goldin Auctions (and its celebrity investors) are looking to revolutionize the ...
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse talk about the why the sports cards market isn't a bubble, and why Donovan Mitchell should be your next buy. Later, they interview Josh and Zach from PC Sportscards about consignments, card conditions, and how long you can expect to wait when sending a card off for grading.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse talk about the vintage card market and some examples of cards from all-timers that you can get at reasonable prices. They also discuss whether or not Anthony Davis's injury potentially affects his card value, and which sport has seen the most growth in its card market in the past year.
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On this episode of 'Sports Cards Nonsense,' Mike and Jesse discuss underpriced NBA cards from the 1990s and why you shouldn't sell your Mahomes stock just yet. Next, Mike discusses his recent purchases and his all-time dream card, and they close with a guide to how and when to get your cards graded.
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Mike and Jesse talk about Tom Brady winning his seventh Super Bowl, recommend cards to pick up this week at three different price points, and interview entrepreneur and social media legend Gary Vaynerchuk about his love of sports cards and where he sees the market going.
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