This marks the second time for King James, as the list only includes each player’s signature models and not their retros. According to Matt Powell, Kyrie Irving comes in second to James with Kevin Durant and Steph Curry taking the following slots. Michael Jordan closes the top five leaving adidas‘s James Harden out of the mix. Despite LeBron James being at the top of the list, Irving is the only athlete to see a bump in sales as performance models continue to slow decline.
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