The King is back on top. The Miami Heat’s LeBron James has reclaimed the No. 1 spot on the National Basketball Association’s best-selling jersey list. The reigning NBA finals’ MVP is back in the position he last held in April 2011.
This is the third time James has finished in the top spot on the most popular jersey list, which is released twice a year.
The current list is based on sales at the NBA Store on Fifth Avenue and on NBAStore.com from April 2012 through Nov. 26, 2012.
James, who was previously ranked fourth on the best-selling list, takes the top spot from injured Chicago Bull Derrick Rose, who falls to number five. The Oklahoma Thunder’s Kevin Durant, coming off his first NBA finals debut in June, jumps from the eighth spot to No. 2. Rounding out the top five is Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant, who has had the top-selling jersey six times and the New York Knicks Carmelo Anthony.