Kobe Bryant is still No. 1. In NBA jersey sales, that is. On April 28, the league revealed its best-selling jerseys for the year, and the Lakers' leading scorer again claimed the top spot, which he's held since the start of the 2008-09 season. Find out who joined Kobe on the top 10 list.
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Kobe Bryant and LeBron James as 1 and 2 -- shocking. The King held onto his No. 2 ranking from last year, but if he switches jersey numbers next season, we could see a shuffle in the rankings.
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Kevin Garnett moved up one spot from last year. His Celtics also rank No. 2 among most popular team merchandise, just behind Kobe Bryant's Lakers.
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Though his Bulls failed to make it beyond the first round of the playoffs, Derrick Rose continued to make a name for himself, coming in at No. 4.
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The league's back-to-back Defensive Player of the Year took the five spot in jersey sales.
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Dwyane Wade, who could be with a new team after free agency this summer, ranked No. 6 in sales.
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Even though he sat out much of the season with a knee injury and his Hornets failed to make the postseason, Chris Paul's No. 3 jersey ranked seventh in the league.
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Paul Pierce, who led the Celtics with 18.3 points this season, dropped a spot to No. 8 in jersey sales this year.
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The Thunder shocked many with their successful showing this season, and fittingly, their star player and the league's scoring champ, Kevin Durant, cracked the top 10 in jersey sales.
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Carmelo Anthony jumped five spots on this list to round out the top 10 this year.
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