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List of NBA’s Top-Selling Jerseys Will Surprise You

Derrick Rose

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When it comes to the top-selling NBA jerseys for 2013-14, the results are in. Some of them might surprise you.

Here’s a look at the top 15 individual player jersey sales:

1. LeBron James, Miami Heat

2. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

3. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

4. Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls

5. Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

6. Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks

7. Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat

8. Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers

9. Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers

10. James Harden, Houston Rockets

11. Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers

12. Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder

13. Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics

14. Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs

15. Paul George, Indiana Pacers

 

For comparison, here’s the list of top-selling jerseys from earlier in the season:

 

1. LeBron James, Miami Heat

2. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

3. Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls

4. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

5. Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks

6. Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

7. Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat

8. Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers

9. Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers

10. Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers

11. Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder

12. James Harden, Houston Rockets

13. Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics

14. Paul George, Indiana Pacers

15. Michael Carter-Williams, Philadelphia 76ers

 

As you can see, LeBron James is still the king of jersey sales in The Association. It’s really no surprise, because after all, he is the best in the world.

But after LBJ, some of the results are a little surprising. Derrick Rose and Kobe Bryant still remained in the top four, despite playing just 16 games combined. Michael Carter-Williams dropped out of the top 15 as the season progressed, while Tim Duncan moved up to No. 14.

It just goes to show that no matter how many games some guys play, or how much their overall stock is declining, that big names make the NBA money no matter what.