AddMoreFunds is an NBA Top Shot Resource You Need to Know

Michael Caloca / ONE37pm

A few weeks ago in a previous article, I touched on some of the resources available to collectors to research and form analysis on NBA Top Shot. Shortly after that article was posted, I discovered a site that is right up there with the best tools/resources to use for Top Shot.

That site is AddMoreFunds (AMF) has become a one-stop shop for all your NBA Top Shot needs. In this article, I am going to walk you through some of the tools/resources on the site and how you can go about using them in your day-to-day analysis of Top Shot. The tools on this site are extremely useful in getting a better understanding of the marketplace.

NBA Top Shot Marketplace Explorer

The Marketplace Explorer is a great place to start familiarizing yourself with key data points of the Top Shot market. The data listed can be filtered to whichever setting you like, and also exported to Excel if you are looking to do your own data manipulation. While all the data on the face of the Marketplace Explorer is free, there are “supporter” features that can really take your research/analysis to the next level.  

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To start, the “Settings” and “Export” features are for supporters only. To become a supporter and gain access to everything NBA Top Shot, you can sign up at and receive a FREE 3-day trial. If you enjoy your 3-day trial and want to become a supporter of the site, you can continue your service for $9.95/mo or $99.95/year.

The “Settings” feature allows users to filter by Lowest Ask, Low Mkt Cap, # Sold, Circulation, etc. This is useful for when you are looking to do research/analysis on a certain subset of moments. Whether you have a maximum price you’re willing to pay in mind or looking for an undervalued moment, the settings tool is there to optimize your ability to navigate through the data.  

The “Export” feature allows users to export the data to an excel spreadsheet. If you are experienced working with big data sets, this could be an incredible tool to use to manipulate the data and create unique content (charts, graphs, trends, etc.).

Lowest Ask Data

Another supporter-only feature on the site is the lowest ask chart.  By clicking on the icon next to the lowest ask price, you are directed to a stock market-esque chart that can be filtered by 24H, 5D, 1M, 6M, YTD, etc. In addition to the lowest price movement on a specific moment, users are able to see the volume listed on the bottom of the chart.

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The data and tools supporters have gained access to at has been well worth the $9.95/mo. No matter which market I am putting my money into, I am always looking for an edge over the rest of the field, and that is exactly what I believe I am getting using some of the tools at AMF.

Price Alerts

But wait, there’s more!  

When a collector is looking to buy a moment, it is critical to get the right price. AMF has a feature where collectors can set price alerts for when a moment is listed for sale below a set threshold.  On the left most side of the data set, there is a bell icon that allows you to set these alerts. Simply click on the icon and you will be directed to the page shown below.  

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By setting your price alert, you can opt to receive a notification by Slack or Desktop. To receive the notification via Slack, you need to join via By joining Slack, these notifications will be sent directly to your mobile device. The link included in the notification will take you directly to the moment for sale to give you the best chance to purchase the moment at the lowest ask. 

The price alert feature on AMF allows free users to set a maximum of (1) alert. However, another great benefit of becoming a supporter is that you can set unlimited alerts on moments you are interested in. To sign up and become a supporter you can use this link.

Custom Tags and Watch Lists

The best thing about AMF is that they are constantly adding features to the site to maximize your experience as a user. The most recent feature added a few days ago was the ability to create custom tags and watch lists. Keep in mind, this is a supporter only feature but can be extremely useful when looking to organize moments you’re interested in.  

To set a custom tag, first filter by the moment(s) you want to include in your group. To apply a tag to a moment, click in the white box on the far left side of the data set. See below for an example.

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Once you have selected the moment(s) you want to tag, you can create a tag to be applied. In this example, let’s say you want to create tags for all Base Set Lebron James and Kevin Durant moments.  

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Now, when that filter is applied, you will be shown just the moments included in your tag. This feature is very helpful for creating specific groups, but also allows supporters to export a more organized data set for whatever it is you are working on.

Wrap it Up

AMF has created the Bloomberg Terminal of NBA Top Shot.  Anyone putting their money into moments on NBA Top Shot would benefit from employing these tools. The AMF team is always looking to add more features and they do so by listening to community feedback. If there is a feature you want to have added to the site, by clicking on your username in the top right corner of the home page, there is a feedback dashboard to communicate your thoughts to the AMF team. This community is constantly growing and evolving.  If you’re someone looking to be a part of this development, make sure to become a supporter at

If you have any questions about anything or NBA Top Shot related, you can reach out to me via twitter @Bobby2Nicee.

I look forward to hearing about how people are utilizing the tools described above to make smarter decisions when surfing the NBA Top Shot Marketplace.

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