FANTASY BASKETBALL 6th MAN FRANK JACKSON GOES OFF FOR 31

FANTASY BASKETBALL 6th MAN

FRANK JACKSON GOES OFF FOR 31

By Muntradamus

BEAST DOME NATION.

Yes, the Rookie Card in the picture is a card I own. If you want to learn more about how to Invest in Sports Cards send me an E-Mail. [email protected] The Sports Card Industry is way different than it was two decades go and further back. Trust me I’ve been there, but over the pandemic, with no sports, I got back into them and learned the entire industry and how there is even a market for someone like Frank Jackson who tripled in value over this week alone!

When he lands a starting gig, that card in the picture is easy $500+. When he is an All-Star bring it up to $1,000. When he wins a Championship as the starting PG and star player and is the greatest PG in the NBA as everyone calls him the next Chris Paul..

Here is a comparison. Michael Porter JR. of the same card sold for $5,609.99 on August 7th.

It was only Tuesday when I gave you a sneak peek at a Fantasy Basketball BEAST that was on nobody’s radar.

FRANK JACKSON (August 11th) – Tuesday

He responded with a great performance off the bench.

The BEAST DOME article above was published on 8/11. He shoots 8-11 from the field. Scores 18 Points. Final Score 112+106 = 2(18). You think the Universe is trying to tell me something? I buy the Rookie Card before anyone realizes that this guy is a star.

Thursday the Pelicans decide to bench Lonzo Ball and give Frank Jackson the start. How did he respond?

31 Points. He is only 21 Years Old. Career game.

I have an eye that sees things people do not see in sports. I am one with the Fantasy Sports World, and the Fantasy Sports world is one with me. I put in the time doing the research like Kobe, I produce results like these.

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