Originally Posted by ninjacookies
I remember thinking Blake Griffin's cards 'peaked' when his exquisites were ~300 and NT's were around ~1.2k December his rookie year.
Yeah...we all know how that turned out.
Harden is a much more solid investment, but rubio may have a slightly higher ceiling because of the international appeal. In no way have harden's Exquisite prices peaked a few weeks into the season...that method of logic is ridiculous.
Why compare to Blake? The question we are answering is who is a better investment. Do you select the hottest player in the NBA to invest in or an international player who has been injured for an entire year. Easy question if you ask me...
And considering Blake was injured his rookie year, youre proving the Rubio argument.