Steph Curry, Klay Thompson jerseys among NBA's top-selling in 2021-22

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Splash Bros rank among NBA's top-selling jerseys in 2021-22 originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

If it seems like jerseys of the Splash Brothers are everywhere, well, it’s because they are.

On Friday, the NBA released its top-selling uniforms from the first half of the 2021-22 season. Steph Curry finished in second place, trailing only LeBron James, and Klay Thompson -- despite playing in just six of the Warriors’ first 45 games -- ranked ninth.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kevin Durant and Luka Doncic rounded out the top five.

The Warriors were one of two teams to have multiple players in the top 15. The Los Angeles Lakers also had a pair with James (first) and Anthony Davis (12th). Like Thompson, Davis has missed a significant chunk of the first half of the campaign. He hasn’t played since Dec. 17.

James also is currently besting Curry for the top spot in fan All-Star voting, which concludes Saturday.

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The Memphis Grizzlies’ ploy to unseat Curry out of one of the top spots was unsuccessful. After rising superstar Ja Morant went viral on an exchange with a young Warriors fan on Jan. 11, the Grizzlies hosted a jersey swap where kids 12 years old or younger could turn in a uniform of another team for a Morant or Jaren Jackson Jr. thread.

Morant finished seventh on the list. Jackson Jr. didn’t quite make it.

The popularity of the Splash Brothers reigns supreme once again.

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