Jun 11, 2021
This toy collector has nearly $2 million worth of toys!
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PHILADELPHIA -- Ronald Toby has an estimated $1.9 millions worth of toys.
Toby started collecting when he was 8 years old and has continued his love of toys well into his 60s.
The Philadelphia native calls his collection 'The Blue Collar Museum' because what you can find in his home is what the working class had growing up.
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As you move through his home, every room has a theme. He has everything from dolls to sports memorabilia. There's a sports room, a doll room, a frozen room, and a boxing room.
Go inside his museum in this Localish video.
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Celtics Jayson Tatum Snubbed Nearly $33 Million: Report
Getty Jayson Tatum #0 of the Boston Celtics reacts during Game Four of the Eastern Conference first round series against the Brooklyn Nets.
The announcements for this season’s All-NBA selections have come and gone. Yet, Boston Celtics superstar Jayson Tatum was nowhere to be found — an omission that will cost him greatly.
Despite improving in essentially every category upon his All-NBA third-team finish from a season ago, the 23-year-old phenom was left on the outside looking in of All-NBA honors this season. In return, Tatum will miss out on a $32.6 million boost on his rookie extension.
According to numerous reports, including ESPN’s Bobby Marks, Tatum and Utah Jazz standout Donovan Mitchell were each eligible to receive an additional near-$33 million if named to one of the three All-NBA teams. Tatum, who inked a five-year extension worth $163 million, would have seen that number escalate to around $195 million had he met the All-NBA criteria.
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While it’s difficult to argue with such a star-studded array of players, it’s also hard to imagine Tatum didn’t deserve an All-NBA nod. Unanimously viewed as one of the biggest snubs from this year’s selections, Tatum put together a career season in 2020-21, averaging personal bests in points (26.4), rebounds (7.4) and assists (4.3). As CBS’ Brad Botkins pointed out, that type of production was superior to a handful of players that Tatum was ultimately passed up for when it came to selection time.
The Celtics All-Star averaged more points, rebounds, steals and blocks, and fewer turnovers, than Paul George, and more points, rebounds and blocks than Jimmy Butler while also finishing with a higher 3-point and free-throw percentage.
Here’s a look at the entirety of the All-NBA selections for the 2020-21 NBA season:
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