No surprise here!
She’s the GOAT.
Even after being drafted 18 years ago, Seattle Storm point guard Sue Bird has proven she’s still got it on the court and off the court.
Yep, Bird’s popularity hasn’t wavered.
The 11-time WNBA All-Star earned the top jersey sales for 2020.
As if that wasn’t a cool enough accomplishment for Seattle, the Storm as a franchise captured the top spot as the most popular team as far as the best selling merchandise and jerseys go based on the WNBAStore.com sales since the start of the 2020 shortened regular season.
The GOAT at the top of another list! 🐐 💰@S10Bird has the most popular selling jersey in the @WNBA! 🙌— WNBA Champs (@seattlestorm) October 2, 2020
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Top 5 Most Popular Team Merchandise:
The top 10 most popular WNBA jerseys:
- Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird
- Phoenix Mercury’s Diana Taurasi
- Los Angeles Sparks’ Candace Parker
- New York Liberty’s Sabrina Ionescu
- Minnesota Lynx’s Maya Moore
- Las Vegas Aces’ A'ja Wilson
- Seattle Storm’s Breanna Stewart
- Washington Mystics’ Elena Delle Donne
- Chicago Sky’s Courtney Vandersloot
- Dallas Wings’ Satou Sabally
The northwest is well represented!
After just one season in the league, former Ducks Sabrina Ionescu and Satou Sabally have shown they have a lot of support outside of Eugene earning the No. 4 and 10 spot on the list of top jersey sales.
Plus, Courtney Vandersloot, who made her debut on the top unis sold list this year, is a Gonzaga University 2011 grad.
The WNBA announced the top merchandise sales of the year Friday afternoon. The league also announced that the orange WNBA logo hoodie was the most popular item this season.
Various NBA players sported the classic orange sweatshirts during the NBA restart in the Orlando Bubble as well.
The sweatshirts were the top selling WNBA item across many online platforms including Fanatics’ and the WNBAStore.com.
Grab your WNBA jersey tonight, because the Storm and Aces will battle it out in the 2020 WNBA Finals beginning with Game 1 today at 4 p.m. PT on ESPN2.