On Thursday morning, The NBA released the statistics for the top individual jersey sales and team merchandise sales.
And once again, Steph Curry is No. 1 and LeBron James is No. 2.
Kevin Durant is No. 3, followed by Russell Westbrook and Kyrie Irving.
Klay Thompson is No. 10 and Draymond Green is right behind him at No. 11.
When it comes to team merchandise, the Warriors are No. 1 and the Cavs are No. 2.
The numbers are based on sales from NBAStore.com from April through June.
Top 15 Most Popular NBA Jerseys:
- Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
- LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers
- Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors
- Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder
- Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers
- Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio Spurs
- Isaiah Thomas, Boston Celtics
- Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks
- James Harden, Houston Rockets
- Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors
- Draymond Green, Golden State Warriors
- John Wall, Washington Wizards
- Jimmy Butler, Chicago Bulls*
- Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers
- Dwyane Wade, Chicago Bulls
Top 10 Most Popular Team Merchandise:
- Golden State Warriors
- Cleveland Cavaliers
- Chicago Bulls
- Boston Celtics
- San Antonio Spurs
- Los Angeles Lakers
- Oklahoma City Thunder
- Milwaukee Bucks
- Philadelphia 76ers
- Houston Rockets
NBA media services contributed to this story
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller
The NBA took a massive power shift Wednesday with the Clippers trading point guard Chris Paul to the Rockets for seven players, a 2018 first-round pick (protected Nos. 1-3) and $661,000.
Houston GM Daryl Morey is going all in on a mission to compete with the Warriors and he believes the Rockets are now there with the pairing of Paul and MVP runner-up James Harden.
"You know, it's a guards-based league. It's a weapons race in the NBA and you're either in the weapons race or on the sidelines," Morey said at the team's press conference, as captured by Mark Berman of Houston's FOX 26. "With James Harden in his prime and Chris Paul in his prime, this gives us a real shot to chase the juggernaut teams in this league."
Paul, who turned 32 in May, is a nine-time All-Star. He spent his last six seasons with the Clippers and averaged 18.1 points, 9.2 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game during the 2016-17 season in 61 games played.
This past season, Harden became a primary point guard for the first time under Mike D'Antoni's fast-paced offense and the bearded lefty excelled in his new position. Harden led the NBA with 11.2 assists per game while putting up 29.1 points per game.
Houston received guards Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams, forwards Sam Dekker and Montrezl Harrell, plus the non-guaranteed deals of DeAndre Liggins, Darrun Hilliard and Kyle Wiltjer from Los Angeles.
The Rockets went 55-27 last season, four games ahead of the Clippers, but were eliminated in the second round of the playoffs to the Spurs.