LeBron James Still Has the Highest-Selling Jersey

For the sixth consecutive time, LeBron James remains the most popular NBA player among the jersey-buying public.

It’s the third time James has claimed the No.1 position as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Rounding out the top five in jersey sales are Stephen Curry (No. 2), Kobe Bryant (No. 3), Kevin Durant (No. 4) and Derrick Rose (No. 5).

From the press release:

The Bulls reclaim the top spot for best-selling team merchandise for the first time since the end of the 2011-2012 season. Chicago is followed by the Cavaliers at No. 2, the Warriors at No. 3, the Lakers at No. 4 and the Thunder at No. 5.


Washington Wizards point guard John Wall (No. 13) cracks the rankings for the first time since his rookie season (2010-11).


Bryant (No. 3) and the San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan (No. 7) both jump one spot from the latest list (January 2015). […] The Thunder (No. 5) climbs one position on the team merchandise list, while star point guard Russell Westbrook rolls in at No. 12 after falling off the latest jerseys list.