It’s another week down in the ever-evolving world of NBA Top Shot. This past weekend those of us who preordered our common packs in February received those orders, and on Monday night there were a couple of surprise drops for common sets.
Of course, before we can get too deep in the weeds, here’s our handy refresher of just what NBA Top Shot actually is.
March 17th’s biggest movers on the NBA Top Shot marketplace
With this influx of Moments into the Top Shot market, it’s safe to assume there may be some new movement in the biggest rises and falls in the marketplace. NBA Top Shot has a proprietary marketplace to buy and sell Moments, and as a result, everything is easily tracked on the evaluate.market site.
On this site, you can check out the value of your own collection, as well as those of your friends (or enemies), and you can also get an idea of what moments are rising and falling on the marketplace with pinpoint precision. Unlike trading cards, which are largely bought and sold on an amorphous value scale through eBay, you have a solid idea of what Moments are selling for and what they SHOULD be selling for at any time.
In this update on the biggest movers on the NBA Top Shot marketplace, we’re going to filter for Moments that have a minimum price of $100. It’s exciting to see if your $12 Donte DiVincenzo dunk jumped up in value 80 percent, but we’re going to focus primarily on the bigger ticket items.
We will use the percentage of increase and decrease as our key metric.