LeBron James has been in the NBA for 17 seasons, which means he's been on the front of a lot of basketball cards. One of those cards might soon sell for $1 milion. Last week, a James 2003-2004 Upper Deck Exquisite rookie card made its way onto the auction block and was expected to draw a significant amount of interest. According to Action Network's Darren Rovell, it has. 

It broke the record for the most expensive modern-day card with a $960,000 bid last week. The card is being auctioned off by Goldin Auctions, and is still up to bid on until July 18.

Earlier this month, Goldin Auctions said that they believed that the card would sell for over $1 million. Bidding opened on June 22, so its looking likely that the card will go for seven figures.

The previous record was set two months ago when a Mike Trout rookie card fetched $922,500. This James card is one of just 23 cards of its kind that exists. The one up for auction is No. 14 of 23 and has a gem mint rating of 9.5 out of 10. In addition to having James' signature on it, the card also has a piece of fabric from a Cleveland Cavaliers jersey that the star forward wore as a rookie.

"The basketball card market is on fire," Goldin Auction said earlier this month. "We expect this will surpass the record recently set by the $922,500 Mike Trout card to become the most valuable basketball and most valuable modern card of all time."

The card comes from the 2003-04 NBA season, following James being selected by the Cavaliers with the top pick in the draft.