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The NBA Store on Fifth Avenue in New York tipped off their 10th anniversary celebrations yesterday by unveiling the store's Most Popular Jerseys sold from the past decade. Here's a look at the list:

1. Michael Jordan
2. Kobe Bryant
3. Allen Iverson
4. LeBron James
5. Shaquille O'Neal
6. Tracy McGrady
7. Dwyane Wade
8. Jason Kidd
9. Vince Carter
10. Tim Duncan

Nothing too surprising, really. I'm pretty sure most of you would've slotted Jordan, Kobe and Iverson somewhere in the top three spots. With that said, I'm just as perplexed as the Sports Biz's Darren Rovell about Tim Duncan cracking the top ten. I mean, who in the world is buying a No. 21 Spurs' jersey in downtown Midtwon Manhattan? Seriously. Damn, tourists.

But enough about the most popular jerseys; you're more interested in the least popular jerseys, right? Of course you are! So, after the jump, a look at the NBA Store's worst selling jerseys from the past ten years.

10. Clay Bennett, Sonics ... 9. David Stern, Sonics ... 8. Rod Strickland, Bullets (half-smoked lettering)

7. Jerome James, Knicks ... 6. Any 2008 All-Star Game jersey ... 5. Michael Jordan's #12, Bulls (story)

4. Rudy Gay, Grizzlies ... 3. Vince Carter, Team Canada ... 2. Chris Andersen, Hornets (special edition)

1. Chris Quinn, Heat

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