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LeBron James tops the list of best-selling jersey in 2nd half of season

During the first half of the season, James' jersey was also the most popular.

During the second half of the National Basketball Association (NBA) 2021-22 season, LeBron James outsold James Harden and Stephen Curry as the NBA’s top jersey sellers.

Despite disappointingly missing the playoffs, James and the Los Angeles Lakers finished first off the court. Based on NBAStore.com sales during the second half of the season, NBA and National Basketball Association Player’s Association (NBAPA) announced on Friday that James ended first on the NBA’s top-selling jerseys list. During the first half of the season, James’ jersey was also the most popular.

James is without a doubt one of the most popular players in the NBA. James has finished with the top-selling jersey for the fourth consecutive season, a streak that began with his relocation to the Lakers prior to the 2018-19 season.

The 37-year-old averaged 30.3 points per game in his 19th season, his most since 2005-06. This season, James became the NBA’s oldest player to average over 30 points per game, and he was on the verge of winning the scoring title until he fell short of the required number of games.

The top -15 selling jerseys are listed below. James Harden, Kyrie Irving, and Nikola Jokic, who did not feature on the midseason report, have entered the top-15.

NBA Top-Selling Jerseys 2021-22

 Mid-Season Rank
1. LeBron James1st
2. James HardenNR
3. Stephen Curry2nd
4. Kevin Durant4th
5. Jayson Tatum6th
6. Joel Embiid11th
7. Giannis Antetokounmpo3rd
8. Luka Doncic5th
9. Ja Morant7th
10. Kyrie IrvingNR
11. Trae Young8th
12. Klay Thompson9th
13. Devin Booker13th
14. LaMelo Ball15th
15. Nikola JokicNR

Top-Selling NBA Jersey Last Seven Seasons

SeasonPlayerTeam
2021-22LeBron JamesLakers
2020-21LeBron JamesLakers
2019-20LeBron JamesLakers
2018-19LeBron JamesLakers
2017-18Stephen CurryWarriors
2016-17Stephen CurryWarriors
2015-16Stephen CurryWarriors
Stephen Curry, who rose to prominence during the Warriors’ five-straight NBA Finals appearances, lost to James after the 2017-18 season

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