Top 5: Highest Selling NBA Jerseys
We tend to do a lot with NFL memorabilia more than anything else, so one might assume that this was a blog post about signed NFL jerseys. However, today we are going to look at NBA jerseys. Specifically, the top 5 best-selling jerseys according to Store.NBA.com. Now, these are not autographed jerseys, however, it does give us a good look into what a signed jersey from these players might be worth.
1. Lebron James
No surprise here. King James is a living legend and is constantly being discussed as the GOAT along with Michael Jordan. Lebron is always at or towards the top of this list every season but adding him to the Lakers frontcourt last season sure doesn’t hurt. King James was also a high school football star and was rumored to be considering football if the 2012 lockout had gone on any longer. Can you imagine a signed helmet from Lebron? That would have been something special.
2. Luka Doncic
This young man has made quite an impact, very early on in his career. Signed memorabilia from the Dallas Mavericks frontman has shot through the stratosphere over the past few seasons. This is one player that will rarely be found in mystery boxes but when he is, you can bet that it would be one of the greatest possible hits you can acquire. With Lebron being toward the end of his incredible career, is it possible that Luka could be the new king of the court?
3. Giannis Antetokounmpo
“The Greek Freak” has gone from a little-known player that wasn’t even a draft lottery pick, to one of the most dominant single forces in the NBA today. Unlike Lebron, this guy is too long and lanky to ever have, had a chance to be in a football mystery box. However, he has definitely put in the work and is much stronger than he was 5 or 6 years ago. This former NBA MVP is still so young, so I expect his name to be on this list for a long time.
4. Steph Curry
“Chef Curry” is arguably the greatest shooter in the history of the NBA. He has revolutionized how the game is played and the emphasis on the 3-point game. The general of the Golden State Warriors has won multiple NBA Championships and has been a pillar of consistency over 12 different seasons.
5. Kevin Durant
Durant has been both the hero and villain over different parts of his career. That being said, he is still one of the most popular players in the game today. He is now a member of the Brooklyn Nets and anytime a star changes teams you can expect the following few seasons to boost their jersey value.