Yesterday NBA.com auctioned several Magic "Game Worn Jerseys". The value of these jerseys rely mainly in two factors: 1) Player popularity/market size: fans just love to have jerseys from their favourite players; and 2) Profit: Investors wants to buy low and sell high, so they'll likely buy jerseys from young players that could turn into future superstars. So how did Magic Jerseys did? Not bad.
Orlando's best sellers were Tobias Harris and Maurice Harkless whose jerseys sold for $834.45, getting more value than Tyson Chandler, and being close to Paul Gasol. Pretty good. The Magic's third most valuable jersey was, unsurprisingly, Nick Vucevic's , which sold for $720, beating another Chandler's Jersey and being just 12 cents shy of a Dwight Howard's "Game-Prepared and Autographed Jersey".
Meanwhile Arron Afflalo's sell for $521 and Jameer Nelson's for $510, just a little bit more expensive than game worn jerseys from Kenyon Martin ($500), Carlos Boozer ($475), and Earl Clark ($410). Beno Udrih's jersey sold for a respectable $370, while surprisingly someone pay $310 for Al Harrington's worn Jersey. Maybe because Harrington actually playing a game for the Magic was such a rarity!
Meanwhile you can still bid for the most expensive jersey from a Magic player from last season: a JJ Redick's Milwaukee Bucks worn Jersey is currently at $844 with over ten days left to bid. Way to go JJ!