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Truth be told, the best-selling jerseys in the NBA don’t change much on an annual basis. The league’s top players typically dominate the list with very few exceptions. However, each year there are a few noteworthy additions to the list one wouldn’t expect. The 2018-19 NBA regular season is no different.

Topping this year’s list is LeBron James who played his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers. Just beneath him in the second spot is Steph Curry, quickly followed by the league’s presumptive MVP, Giannis Antetokoumpo.

Rounding out the top five is Joel Embiid who just edges out last year’s most valuable player, James Harden. Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Ben Simmons and Jimmy Butler finish the top ten, placing three Sixers players among the best jersey sales of the year.

Newly retired Dwyane Wade pops in at number 11 with Oklahoma City Thunder guard Paul George right behind him. Luka Doncic, largely assumed to be this season’s Rookie of the Year, cracks the list at number 13. To close, Mr. Clutch himself Damian Lillard ranks 14th and surprisingly, Jason Tatum, rounds out the top 15.

Check out the full listing of Nike’s best-selling jerseys below.

Best-Selling Jerseys

1. LeBron James
2. Stephen Curry
3. Giannis Antetokounmpo
4. Kyrie Irving
5. Joel Embiid
6. James Harden
7. Russell Westbrook
8. Kevin Durant
9. Ben Simmons
10. Jimmy Butler
11. Dwyane Wade
12. Paul George
13. Luka Doncic
14. Damian Lillard
15. Jayson Tatum

Best Selling Team Product List

1. Los Angeles Lakers
2. Golden State Warriors
3. Boston Celtics
4. Philadelphia 76ers
5. Milwaukee Bucks
6. Chicago Bulls
7. Oklahoma City Thunder
8. Houston Rockets
9. Toronto Raptors
10. New York Knicks

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