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    2003 Bowman Rookies & Stars LeBron James (Chrome X-Fractor) #123 PSA Mint 9 - #'d 29/150. LeBron James was, undoubtedly, the most hyped-highly recruited high school basketball player ever. There were probably St. Vincent-St. Mary's games, where LeBron played high school basketball, more highly attended than some NBA games in the winter of 2002-2003. When the next year's NBA draft rolled around there was no doubt who would be taken first overall, even with a supply of future Hall of Famers on the board.
    The 2003 Bowman basketball release featured some of the essential rookie cards and rookie parallels of James, and this X-Fractor is one of the most iconic from that grouping. Topps has been known for plenty of colorful parallels over the years but none as synonymous with Topps, as the X-Fractor. Offered is a 2003 Bowman Chrome Rookies & Stars LeBron James X-Fractor rookie card. Graded PSA Mint 9. This is a limited edition - #29/150.

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