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LeDrop hosts NBA TopShot auction on JUNKIE tonight!

Join LeDrop WithCheese on JUNKIE tonight at 9pm EST for an NBA TopShot auction and 2 giveaways! Tonight is opening night for the NBA with the Philadelphia 76ers at Boston and Los Angeles Lakers at Golden State! All teams will be represented in tonight's auction with player moments with NBA greats like, LeBron James, Steph Curry, Anthony Davis, Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons and MORE!!

No crypto or wallet necessary, join the auction HERE:


LeBron James: Floor $6

That’s my quarterback! LeBron James sizes up a defensive rebound as it caroms off the rim then immediately throws a perfect spiral down the court to a streaking Kentavious Caldwell-Pope on January 10, 2021. James put up 18 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the Los Angeles Lakers’ win over the Houston Rockets.

Anthony Davis: Floor $7

If Anthony Davis gets the jump on you, it’s best to just get out of the way. After running a pick-and-roll with LeBron James, Davis cuts to the hoop for an easy two-handed slam against the Atlanta Hawks. Davis dropped 25 points in the Los Angeles Lakers’ victory on February 1, 2021.

Alex Caruso: Floor $2

In case there was ever any doubt, Alex Caruso doesn’t take plays off. The Los Angeles Lakers guard hounds a Jordan McLaughlin fastbreak attempt, chases the Minnesota Timberwolves guard down and spikes his layup out to the sidelines on February 16, 2021.


Steph Curry: Floor $4

Can you even call it a heat check when the temperature is always through the roof? Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry continues to redefine what’s possible from beyond the arc – and on the dance floor – pulling up from the logo for a forty-footer three seconds into the shot clock in a February 6, 2021 tilt against the Dallas Mavericks. The icon finished with 11 triples and 57 total points on the night.

Jordan Poole: Floor $29

Jordan Poole knows his way around the rim. The Golden State Warriors guard beelines past his defender in the corner, leaps into the paint for a contested layup then goes up and under the outstretched arms of the Memphis Grizzlies’ help-side defense for two of his 26 points on March 20, 2021.

Damion Lee: Floor $2

Too confident! Golden State Warriors guard Damion Lee inbounds the ball in the final seconds of a December 27, 2020 game against the Chicago Bulls, then gets the rock back just in time to bury a game-winning triple.


Ben Simmons: Cool Cats Floor $4

Ben Simmons makes running the point at 6-foot-11 look so natural that it’s easy to overlook his impact in the paint. With time ticking down in a tied overtime frame against the San Antonio Spurs on May 2, 2021, the Philadelphia 76ers point forward crashes the glass after a late miss and tips in the winning bucket as the buzzer sounds.

Joel Embid: Floor $3

Joel Embiid’s skill working out of the post harkens back to a bygone era. The Philadelphia 76ers center backs down his defender then pivots out of it to drain a fadeaway jumper from just inside the free-throw line on January 20, 2021.

Dwight Howard: Floor $2

If Dwight Howard is anywhere near the rim, the lob is in play. The Philadelphia 76ers center connects with teammate Tobias Harris for a transition alley-oop against the San Antonio Spurs on March 14, 2021. Howard finished with eight points and eight boards in the victory


Daniel Theis: Floor $18

Welcome to the block party! Boston Celtics big man Daniel Theis protects the rim with a wicked block on Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo early in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Finals series on September 15, 2020.

Jayson Tatum: Floor $8

Where there’s a will, there’s a way. Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum hits the deck to recover a loose ball and, without leaving the floor, manages to find teammate Jaylen Brown for a dunk at the rim. Tatum finished 21 points in the February 16, 2021 win over the Denver Nuggets.

Jalen Brown: Floor $2

Leave the door open and Jaylen Brown will take advantage. The breakout Boston Celtics star catches a Golden State Warriors defense on its heels and throws down a massive slam on February 2, 2021. Brown put up 18 points and ten boards in the win.


Saddiq Bey: Floor $11

When Saddiq Bey sees an opportunity to score, he takes it. The Detroit Pistons rookie sizes up an open lane as his teammates set up their offense, calls for the rock then drives through the paint for a contested two-handed slam. Bey racked up 28 points and 12 boards in the March 17, 2021 win over the Toronto Raptors.

Jalen Green: Rim Rockers Floor $3

Catch air like Jalen Green and go to work mid-flight. With all eyes on his second attempt in the 2022 AT&T Slam Dunk contest, the Houston Rockets rookie attacks the basket from the left elbow, then takes off into a backside 360 while finessing the ball through his legs for an Eastbay finish. Green - who took the court previously in the evening wearing his very own NBA Top Shot Moment on a chain - was awarded with a 45 for his second dunk, finishing third in the overall contest.


Zach Levine: Floor $3

Flight 8 is ready for takeoff! Zach LaVine plus a clear breakaway opportunity automatically guarantees a spectacular slam worth the price of admission. LaVine finds himself with nothing but space as he checks for trailing defenders, then perfectly anticipates the bounce off his teammate’s lead pass and gathers into one of the most effortless 360s you’ll ever see. The Chicago Bulls All-Star dropped 25 points on a ridiculous 71% shooting from the field in a 131-117 Bulls victory over the Atlanta Hawks on December 29, 2021.

Chris Bosh: Vintage Vibes Floor $3

Around, over or through, Chris Bosh has the mobility and length to dunk almost anything. The Toronto Raptors big man tempts his defender with a pump fake at the free-throw line before putting the ball on the floor and cramming over a help-side Indiana Pacers defender with ease. Bosh finished with 24 points and eight rebounds in the March 12, 2006 win.

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