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Curry stays atop NBA jersey list, Porzingis debuts at No. 4

New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis, right, is No. 4 with a bullet on the NBA’s list of most popular jerseys sold.
New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis, right, is No. 4 with a bullet on the NBA’s list of most popular jerseys sold.

NEW YORK – Stephen Curry is still on top in jersey sales and Kristaps Porzingis is already making a run at him.

Curry remained No. 1 on the NBA’s most popular jersey list on Wednesday, followed by LeBron James and Kobe Bryant, who moved up three spots in the final season he will wear his Los Angeles Lakers uniform before retiring.

Porzingis, the New York Knicks’ rookie forward from Latvia, debuted at No. 4 and Kevin Durant rounded out the top five.

The list is based on sales on NBAstore.com from October through December.

The NBA champion Golden State Warriors remained atop the team merchandise list, followed by the Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, Lakers and Knicks.

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