Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs in the Field of Sports – Tech Times

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Top 10 Most Expensive NFTs in the Field of Sports – Tech Times

Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are becoming one of the fastest-growing collectibles in the field of blockchain technology.

Usually, it could come in many forms, such as photos, collectibles, clips, and others.

For sports enthusiasts, there are notable NFTs that are regarded as holy grails. Anyhow, here are some of the most expensive NFTs that sports fans could purchase.

Top 10 Most Valuable Sports-Related NFTs

Portland Trail Blazers v Los Angeles Lakers - Game Five

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLORIDA – AUGUST 29: LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers dunks against the Portland Trail Blazers during the first quarter in Game Five of the Western Conference First Round during the 2020 NBA Playoffs at AdventHealth Arena at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 29, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

From Stadium Talk‘s report about sports NFTs, the most expensive NFTs in sports came from various sports such as basketball, baseball, boxing, and more.

They might be a simple visual for someone, but the collectors and die-hard fans could go for their mind-boggling prices.

10. Mookie Betts Legendary ($2.05 Million)

Over the past years, the price of Bett’s digital token has been increasing.

The all-star fielder of the Dodgers has pricey memorabilia even for the sports fans. His expensive NFT is the one where he wears the Boston Red Sox uniform.

It was an iconic run for the team three years ago when they won the World Series title.

9. Action Jacksons’ Sports Cards ($2.08 Million)

Reggie Jackson’s sports memorabilia card is now sitting at $2.08 million. Baseball fans can now take it home so they could enjoy the JacksonsOfAllTrades logo — an iconic symbol of a baseball legend.

8. Aaron Judge Legendary ($2.129 Million)

For the last three years, the value of the Aaron Judge token only keeps on skyrocketing. What we could have asked for was the World Series champ of the New York Yankees.

7. Alex Morgan Legendary ($2.129 Million)

Morgan is the only female athlete in the list of the most expensive sports-related NFTs. The soccer fans will not forget how Alex made the sport a popular field for the women.

6. Nifty Doge Low Tayl0r.WFT ($2.1 Million)

This pixelated image appears to be abstract art, but according to, the artist behind this NFT, this is a digital shoe. Besides Doge Low, the creator has another art that sits at a staggering price of $9.2 million. 

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5. Rare Diego Maradona 2020-21 ($4.3 Million)

Diego Maradona has left many fans heartbroken after his death last November. Since then, his NFT cards saw rapid growth in their values. This rare card was the one where he was coaching for the Gimnasia de la Plata.

4. Michael Jordan SportPunk ($5.06 Million)

This Larva Labs’s crypto punk NFT art has been included in the most expensive list of sports tokens.

According to the creator, only 100 of them were created. Purchasing this 8-bit NFT means buying its commercial rights as well.

3. Jermall Charlo: Lions Only GOLD ULTIMATE ($19.1 Million)

In the NFT signed card, Charlo’s memorable pose was taken when he was crowned as the WBC World Middleweight champion. He landed two knockdowns to Dennis Hogan during their 2019 fight.

2. MLB Champions Brett Gardner ($21.28 Million)

This blockchain game has been operating under MLB.

Brett Gardner’s stats in the game will dictate his price in this virtual figure. This sports NFT is a must-buy for a Yankee fan who wants to treasure Gardner on and off the field.

1. Statue of LeBron ($21.6 Million)

Kimani Okearah has captured this unforgettable photo of LeBron James in a tomahawk dunk pose on Feb. 1 last year.

Later, the image became an official sport NFT. If you buy this NFT, you are assured of a deal with the four-time NBA champion. Recently, a Toronto-based NFT photographer, Gabriel Di Sante, has sold the exclusive LeBron photo for $555.

In April, football legend, Tom Brady has set up an NFT company called “Autograph.” You can also view more NBA-related NFTs in NBA Top Shot. 

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