With the postseason underway, the NBA has released rankings for the top-selling jerseys for players and teams during the 2017-18 regular season.
Based on NBA Store sales figures, Stephen Curry's jersey was the top-seller for the third consecutive season and the first since the league's switch to Nike from Adidas. The rest of the top three remains the same from last year, with LeBron James and Kevin Durant trailing behind the Golden State guard.
One of the biggest jumps in the rankings is Milwaukee's Giannis Antetokounmpo, who rises from No. 9 last season to No. 4 this year. Meanwhile, Jimmy Butler drops from No. 8 last year to No. 15, which is a possible result of his move to Minnesota. Other notable shifts include first-time appearances for Ben Simmons and Lonzo Ball.
On the team front, the Golden State Warriors also took the top spot for the third season in a row. The biggest jump belongs to the Philadelphia 76ers, who surged from No. 9 last year to No. 3 for 2017-18. Check out the full rankings for both the top selling players and teams below.