With the 2022 offseason in full swing, basketball fans are back to hyping up their teams, which includes showing off their jersey collections. It’s never too late to add another piece of memorabilia to the pile. There are many great choices to choose from but which are the top-selling NBA jerseys?
If you’re shopping for a new jersey, luckily there are plenty of stars in the NBA to pick from, both from the current era and obviously from the past. The top-selling jersey list features a mix of legends of the past to go with a few current stars. And at the very bottom, you’ll find a complete list of each team’s top-selling NBA jerseys.
Top-selling NBA jerseys
10. Dwyane Wade jersey (Miami Heat)
As one of the best two-way shooting guards in NBA history, Dwyane Wade made millions of fans during his playing days. ‘Flash’ was a 13-time All-Star, won three NBA Championships and was a true delight to watch on the court, as he could do it all. Even a few years after his retirement, fans still love him.
9. LaMelo Ball jersey (Charlotte Hornets)
Who doesn’t enjoy watching LaMelo Ball’s magical play style? He brings finesse and swag to the basketball court, but it also helps that the Hornets have some of the best jerseys in basketball. Still, it takes a player of Ball’s caliber to make them a hot seller.
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8. Klay Thompson jersey (Golden State Warriors)
It wasn’t an easy road back for Klay Thompson, but the Golden State Warriors star has returned to being the 20 PPG scorer he was before missing two years with injury. Fans in the Bay Area couldn’t be happier to see Thompson’s return to the court and now that he’s helped Dub Nation get another Larry O’Brien trophy, all is well again.
7. Michael Jordan jersey (Chicago Bulls)
Even nearly two decades after his retirement, Michael Jordan remains arguably the biggest, most memorable figure in the game of basketball. His jerseys are still among the hottest, best-selling pieces of basketball memorabilia available.
6. DeMar DeRozan jersey (Chicago Bulls)
No one expected DeMar DeRozan to take his game to Chicago and have him immediately take off, becoming a viable MVP candidate while posting career numbers at the age of 32. The sky’s the limit for the Bulls going forward, leaving fans stoked for what’s to come.
5. Trae Young jersey (Atlanta Hawks)
After facing questions about his size entering the draft back in 2018, Trae Young has since become a top-20 player in the NBA. He can sink it from anywhere on the court and now that the Atlanta Hawks have added Dejounte Murray to an already strong core, expect the team to take another step.
4. Kobe Bryant jersey (Los Angeles Lakers)
Few players have left behind a legacy like Kobe Bryant. It doesn’t matter whether you’re after a No. 8 or a No. 24 of Black Mamba’s. Both jerseys are iconic, with millions of fans in possession of one of the greatest pieces of memorabilia in basketball history.
3. Giannis Antetokounmpo jersey (Milwaukee Bucks)
The biggest, best young superstar in basketball, Giannis Antetokounmpo came into the NBA in 2013 as a raw player with an undeveloped skillset and has since taken the league by storm. It’s tough not to root for a player such as the ‘Greek Freak’.
2. LeBron James jersey (Los Angeles Lakers)
Making 6 just as popular as 23 these days, it’s hard to find any basketball player who has as much as pull as LeBron James has. LBJ isn’t always the most well-liked, and signing with the Los Angeleles Lakers likely hasn’t helped in some corners of the world, but the basketball icon still has one of the top-selling NBA jerseys.
1. Stephen Curry jersey (Golden State Warriors)
How great is Stephen Curry? He single-handedly changed the game of basketball. Curry’s limitless range, insane accuracy, and willingness to let it fly from three-point land have made him the greatest shooter of all time. Of course fans want to buy Curry’s NBA jerseys, especially after winning his fourth championship.
Top-selling NBA jerseys for all 30 teams
If your favorite player wasn’t represented in the top-ten selling NBA jerseys, you’ll find them listed below.
- Atlanta Hawks, Trae Young, guard
- Boston Celtics, Jayson Tatum, forward
- Or – Larry Bird, forward
- Look like Larry Legend (hair not included)
- Brooklyn Nets, Kevin Durant, forward
- Charlotte Hornets, LaMelo Ball, guard
- Chicago Bulls, Zach LaVine, guard
- Or– Michael Jordan, guard
- Cleveland Cavaliers, Darius Garland, guard
- Dallas Mavericks, Luka Doncic, guard
- Denver Nuggets, Nikola Jokic, center
- Detroit Pistons, Cade Cunningham, guard
- Golden State Warriors, Steph Curry, guard
- Houston Rockets, Jalen Green, guard or Hakeem Olajuwon, center
- Indiana Pacers, Tyrese Haliburton, guard
- Los Angeles Clippers, Kawhi Leonard, forward
- Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James, forward
- Or – Kobe Bryant, guard
- Memphis Grizzlies, Ja Morant, guard
- Miami Heat, Jimmy Butler, guard
- Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo, forward
- Minnesota Timberwolves, Kevin Garnett, forward
- Or – Karl-Anthony Towns, center
- New Orleans Pelicans, Zion Williamson, forward
- New York Knicks, RJ Barrett, forward
- Oklahoma City Thunder, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, guard
- Orlando Magic, Jalen Suggs, forward or Tracy McGrady, forward
- Philadelphia 76ers, Allen Iverson, guard
- Or – Joel Embiid, center
- Phoenix Suns, Devin Booker, guard
- Portland Trail Blazers, Damian Lillard, guard
- Sacramento Kings, De’Aaron Fox, guard
- San Antonio Spurs, Tim Duncan, forward
- Or – Jeremy Sochan, forward
- Toronto Raptors, Pascal Siakam, forward
- Or – Vince Carter, guard
- Utah Jazz, Donovan Mitchell, guard
- Washington Wizards, Bradley Beal, forward
This article was originally published on Sportsnaut.com and is republished here with permission.