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Oklahoma City's Kevin Duran and Miami's  LeBron James have the league's top selling jerseys.  (AP PhotoAlan Diaz) Oklahoma City's Kevin Duran and Miami's LeBron James have the league's top selling jerseys. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

Miami Heat forward LeBron James has the NBA's best-selling jersey for the sixth time, according to figures released by NBAStore.com.

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, who led the NBA in scoring this season, was second on the list.

Injured Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant finished in third in jersey sales, despite playing in only six games this season. Another injured player, Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose is fourth on the list, and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry rounded out the top five.

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is sixth on the list, followed by Heat guard Dwyane Wade, Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving and Houston Rockets guard James Harden.

Miami has the top spot for best-selling team merchandise, followed by the Lakers, Bulls, Thunder and Knicks. MAHONEY: NBA playoffs: Ranking the first-round series by entertainment value

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