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Old 03-01-2023, 08:45 PM
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Default 2004 LeBron James Jambalaya PSA 8

JUST back from PSA. Sure is sharp. Not sure why an 8. Maybe you can see something I'm missing. Gorgeous card.

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I don't really know what they look at while grading cards, but looking at the card this is what I see: Possible printing flaw on the front at about 7 o'clock. Possible chipping along the upper left from the lower loop of the "J" to about 12 o'clock on the back. Possible printing flaws or scratches around "Jambalaya" on the back. It looks like a long scratch above the letters. It may be the holder or blowing up the image may make it look worse than it is so I am just guessing.
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Old 03-02-2023, 01:29 PM
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Looks like some missing foil on left side of the gold front "Jambalaya" ellipse in addition to those things, as well as chipping on back bottom. Also what looks like some faint scratches here or there which shouldn't be present on a brand new case so maybe on the card. Don't know how they grade non-rectangular cards but an 8 seems okay to me given the current environment. (I tend to think PSA overgrades in general).

It's hard to accurately assess cards you have a stake or interest in because of the endowment effect and confirmation bias. That's one reason why everyone complains about their submissions being undergraded.

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What does "Jambalaya" mean in the context of basketball cards?
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What does "Jambalaya" mean in the context of basketball cards?
They have issued Jambalaya case hits in baseball and hockey as well. They are not a cheap insert in any sport.

This is one of the more plain releases but still this year looks better in person. They are using jambalaya more in the definition of a mixture of things. They usually have special card stock along with the obvious irregular shape.
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So nothing to do with the food?
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