Warriors point guard Stephen Curry has one of the hottest selling NBA jerseys, and it's only trending upward, according to Fanatics.
The NBA regular season began in October, which is when they started tracking analytics for sales. Given the 2015 NBA All-Star game festivities being held at both Madison Square Garden in Manhattan and The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the following numbers are taken from the New York area.
In October, Carmelo Anthony was an overwhelming favorite, winning the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island and Westchester. LeBron James won Staten Island.
In November, there was a spike in sales for James' Cleveland Cavaliers penny. He won Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island and Westchester. Kobe Bryant entered the race, taking the Bronx, and Curry finally showed up, winning Staten Island.
In December, James' presence remained strong, but Curry took both the Bronx and Manhattan.
In January and February, when the MVP talk really started to heat up for Curry, the Warriors star won the Bronx, Staten Island and Westchester.
Curry's jersey sales are among the best in the league, and it says even more that the West Coast based player has established his presence in the Northeast.
As an aside, the first kids All-Star jersey to sell out at the NBA store in New York City was Curry's Western Conference penny.
First kids size All-Star jersey to sell out at NBA Store in NYC pic.twitter.com/Mg5xJag1jt— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 13, 2015