Stephen Curry tops LeBron James in jersey sales
By JOHN DORN
LeBron James has taken the jersey sale title in six straight regular seasons, but after a championship run with the Golden State Warriors -- dethroning the King -- Stephen Curry has taken the top spot for April through June.
LeBron came in second to Curry, with Derrick Rose, Kyrie Irving and Klay Thompson rounding out the top five. Despite barely playing this season, Kobe Bryant finished sixth. Matthew Dellavedova made a surprise appearance at No. 15.
It's worth noting that the NBA only counts sales from NBA.com's official store in these rankings.
Despite playing in the Big Apple -- which hosted the All-Star Game this winter -- Carmelo Anthony didn't crack the top 15.
The Warriors sold the most jerseys as a team, with Curry, Thompson and Draymond Green all making the top-15 individual sales list. Cleveland was second, with the Bulls, Lakers and Spurs trailing behind, in that order. Without a true star, the Boston Celtics were a surprise appearance on the team ranking at No. 9.
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