Stephen Curry, the NBA’s back-to-back MVP, is also its top jersey-seller for a second year in a row.

Kobe Bryant and LeBron James finished second and third, respectively.

The defending champion Golden State Warriors are number one in merchandise sales, just like they were in 2015.

Per ESPN:

Curry’s was also the best-selling jersey in every U.S. state except Ohio and Oklahoma, according to Fanatics, the largest licensed sports retailer in the country.

 

New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis finished fourth, the highest season-ending spot on the jersey list for a rookie since James and Carmelo Anthony finished atop the jersey rankings at the end of the 2003-04 season.

 

Two players on the list jumped to career highs: Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook was sixth, one spot behind teammate Kevin Durant, and Warriors forward Draymond Green finished 13th.