Your LeBron James Pendant eBay Roundup

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The LeBron James pendant story gets crazier and crazier by the day.

If you don't know the whole story, here's the short version: Woman buys LeBron pendant for $5 at garage sale. Turns out the trinket is made of real diamonds and is worth $10,000. She puts it up for sale on eBay.

Then, Maverick Carter allegedly contacts the woman claiming that the pendant is his. She shows up to a house where he and LeBron are supposed to be. Neither of them are there. Instead, there's a group of people who pressure her, subtlety of course, to hand over Maverick's ugly bauble.

There. You are officially caught up.

A couple of days ago Jimmy Traina linked to an authentic foil replica of the pendant on eBay with actual bids for over $9,000 (pictured at top right).

It's only getting stranger. Check eBay now and you'll find the following items.

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Another foil LeBron pendant with the warning to buyers to beware of fakes and impostors. This one is obviously the real deal, though it's only going for $1 right now.

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This clay version of the LeBron pendant.

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This drawing on a piece of paper of the pendant
, an item which is currently up to $7.46 in bidding.

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Yet another tinfoil version.

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And this guy's picture under an auction for a LeBron James pendant. This lovely gentleman has set the initial bidding on his item to $1,000,000. You have to love the internet.

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