Stephen Curry beat LeBron James by a whopping $700,000 in battle of insane fanfare

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For a few years in the past, Stephen Curry had morphed himself into the stuff of LeBron James’s nightmares.

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As soon as this man mad his grand, dramatic return to Cleveland, the Warriors suddenly pop up in the NBA finals on a fairy tale run.

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And just as Bron and his crew start to get going, co-stars like Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love get injured, before Steph takes the championship from under him.

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Then in 2016, LeBron James came prepared, no co-star got injured, and heck, Curry was playing on a knee that was at 50%, at best. Of course, they won.

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But the 6’3” assassin wasn’t having it. And as you know now, the Warriors then went on to drive LeBron right out of Cleveland.

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With all this in mind, while the King certainly respects Stephen Curry, he must desperately want a win.

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So, when his rookie card sold for a whopping $5.2 million, he must’ve thought he was pretty safe on that mountain top.

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But, as the title suggests, it really wasn’t for very long.

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Stephen Curry stole LeBron James’s precious rookie card crown from himNow, we could beat around the bush so much more, talk about this and that, and so on.

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But what’s the point in all that, when we can just show you what we’ve been hyping up for so long?

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That is a not-so-small fortune right there. And on a trading card too? Wow.

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For LeBron James though, more than a fortune, it’s probably the feeling to have lost for the umpteenth time, to the greatest shooter of all time.

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Seriously, this man just can’t catch a break.

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