Kobe Bryant Jersey Top Selling NBA Jersey In Europe For Third Consecutive Year

Kobe Bryant Jersey Top Selling NBA Jersey In Europe For Third Consecutive Year

For the third year in a row, Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant tops the list of highest selling jerseys in Europe. Coming off his fifth NBA Title in 2010, Bryant's #24 jersey was also the most popular jersey in the U.S. and China.

LeBron James moved up two spots to claim the #2 spot, while new teammate Dwyane Wade rounds out the top 3. The Most Popular NBA Jerseys in Europe list is based on reported sales from retailers across Europe during the 2009-10 NBA Season.

European NBA players continue to gain popularity in their homeland, grabbing six of the Top 15 spots on this year's list. They include Lakers big man Paul Gasol, Andrea Bargnani and Jose Calderon of the Toronto Raptors, Spurs Point Guard Tony Parker, Danilo Gallinari of the Knicks, and the man who paved the way for the modern European basketball import, Mavericks Forward Dirk Nowitzki.

Top 15 Most Popular NBA Jersey In Europe

  1. Kobe Bryant
  2. LeBron James
  3. Dwyane Wade
  4. Pau Gasol
  5. Kevin Garnett
  6. Andrea Bargnani
  7. Jose Calderon
  8. Dwight Howard
  9. Dirk Nowitzki
  10. Tony Parker
  11. Danilo Gallinari
  12. Joakim Noah
  13. Chris Paul
  14. Paul Pierce
  15. Carmelo Anthony
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