Ryan talks about a group breaker closing his hobby shop.
Topps can’t sell Transcendent.
MVP Sports and More in Lancaster, PA is discussed.
2017-18 NBA product pricing update.
Lonzo Ball autograph update.
Grading wait times.
COMC & Amazon results.
Show recorded: 12/28/2017
Ryan breaks down Beckett Radio’s interview with Leaf Trading Cards owner Brian Gray.
Heritage Auctions sells a Troy Aikman UCLA jersey that the former QB says is not authentic.
Quick recap of COMC sales.
Opening Music: “Baba O’Riley” – Pearl Jam (The Who cover)
Show recorded: 11/20/2017
Ryan talks about the Topps Transcendent Party announcement.
Sports Card Radio hires someone. What are the plans for the website?
Lonzo Ball autograph controversy? Ryan is salivating at the opportunity to write another Panini hit piece.
PSA quarterly conference call is discussed. Why didn’t the stock pop after record numbers?
Ryan told you to buy Kristaps Porzingis cards on August 15th. Hopefully you listened.
Ryan talks about Beckett firing their sports magazine editors.
Charity Meat Raffles are discussed.
Steve Grad interview discussion.
Leaf & Beckett tell Lillard he’s wrong.
ESPN 30 for 30 The Counterfeiter.
Josh Hamilton & Byron Buxton.
PSA gets a new CEO.
Arizona Fall League recap.
NBA early season notes.
Free money given away in Stockton.
Opening Music: “Comfortably Numb” – Pearl Jam (Pink Floyd cover)
Show recorded: 10/23/2017
Ryan takes a deep dive into Group Breaking as another card switching scandal hits.
Group Breakers are essentially online gambling website operators and have distinct legal risks associated with their business.
General legal risk factors and the threat of automation are discussed as it relates to Group Breaking.
Two criticisms of Topps.
Beanie Babies Authentication idea.
Arizona Fall League tips.
Selling NFL tickets in the “kneeling” era.
Opening Music: “W.M.A” – Pearl Jam
Show recorded: 10/1/2017