Spend away, I heard there’s another stimulus check coming.
Buy used Phoenix Suns stuff? In THIS economy? First:
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First things, first. Believe it or not this is “new” with tags. There is a reason that “new” is in quotes and tags is not. It’s an XL made by Antigua, who in my opinion makes a fine product.
It’s an XL, or at least was. I’m unsure of how something like this holds up after what I’m guessing is two-plus decades of storage.
I’ve never seen anything like it, maybe never will again. That doesn’t mean it’s worth the $50 the seller is asking. They’ll hear offers, though. Maybe I’ll throw a twenty out there and see what happens.
This one has been on eBay for awhile now, and never fails to catch my attention.
It’s an old gym bag. We can’t dispute that. And I’m sure it’s been through heavy, heavy use. But lets try not to think about how heavy.
But it’s cool. Not in a ‘we found out what gym bags looked like back in the day and decided to recreate them for Fanatics’ cool. But in the, ‘this bag has been to countless pickup games across multiple decades’ cool.
But it’s still $30 for a used gym bag. A rarity, sure. But a dirty, dusty, maybe smelly rarity. Can’t do it at $30, but the seller will hear offers…..
Look, I understand that a great many of us do not have fun memories of Markieff’s tenure in Phoenix.
If you’re going to start your Phoenix Suns memorabilia collection somewhere, you could do a lot worse than this piece.
The ball has the Suns logo, and you get a signature that is bright and bold. It comes with paperwork and that is something that is often not guaranteed.
It’s $71 after shipping. Too much. But the seller will field offers, so if signed basketballs are your thing, this could be a good entry level piece.
No. Don’t buy the Markieff Morris ball. I’m crazy. I don’t know what I was thinking. I can do better.
Buy this bowling pin.
The seller says it well enough:
“From a HUGE PITTSBURGH SPORTS FAN I bought an AWESOME AUTOGRAPHED SPORTS COLLECTION! Up for sale I have an AUTOGRAPHED BRUNSWICK BOWLING PIN SIGNED BY THE 2002 PHOENIX SUNS! 12 AUTOGRAPHS IN ALL! YOU WILL RECEIVE ANFERNEE HARDAWAY, RANDY BROWN, BO OUTLAW, CASEY JACOBSEN, STEPHON MARBURY, SHAWN MARION, ALTON FORD, SCOTT WILLIAMS, PHIL WEBER, JAKE VOSKUHL, COACH MIKE D’ANTONI AND MORE! SWEET! RARE!”
I mean, it looks real enough. There’s no COA, but then, why would there be? And I can’t imagine someone faking something like this, but do your research. Find out if Casey Jacobsen and Stephon Marbury went bowling together in 2002.
This unique item will run $77 after shipping. Offers can be submitted.
I love vintage posters. I think we all do, right? Sure, we all do. We all love vintage posters.
I’m sure there is a community dedicated to collecting these and keeping them in pristine condition. I’m not a part of that community. Posters with no connection whatsoever line the walls of my garage. I see something cool, I get it, I put it up.
This is among the cooler posters I’ve seen in some time. Anything Phoenix Suns from 1970 will catch your attention. I love it, but not at $48. Maybe that price is right for you. If not, make an offer.
I’m really just bringing this to your attention because I don’t see them pop up too often.
You’ll find a lot of Alvan Adams and Dick Van Arsdale bobbleheads out there, but IT not so much.
It looks to be in pretty good shape. Seller has the box and packing. It will run you $35 if you can’t talk them down, which honestly isn’t bad if you’ve ever priced these things out.
By the way, Dick Van Arsdale is on there for about $12, buy it now, after shipping.
I see these popping up more and more these days.
These are Phoenix Suns commemorative glasses, the 1980’s ‘Legends Collection.’ You get Tom Chambers and Walter Davis.
As these are posted online, I see them bought up in less than a day. I get it. They’re cool. I’ve been in possession of many in the past. From the time I sat down to slap this together I saw a 90’s edition posted and bought for about $30.
This is a brand new listing and the seller has not provided a buy it now option. Opening bid is at $3.66, shipping is at $9.26. So you’re around thirteen bucks with six days left.