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Curry Continues To Lead NBA Player Jersey Sales, With Warriors Topping Team Merch

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 24 / 17

Warriors G Stephen Curry remains in the top spot for the NBA's most-popular player jersey, while his team continues to lead merchandise lists among all teams. Rounding out the top five players in jersey sales are Cavaliers F LeBron James, Warriors F Kevin Durant, Cavaliers G Kyrie Irving and Thunde...

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