The Boston Celtics have a Big Three when it comes to fan apparel.
The NBA announced the top 15 most popular NBA jerseys and team merchandise on Thursday and there were three members of the Cs on the list.
Derrick Rose topped the list while Rajon Rondo ranked 10th, Ray Allen 12th, and Paul Pierce 13th. The Celtics were the only team besides the New York Knicks with a trio of players on the top 15 list.
1. Derrick Rose
2. Jeremy Lin
3. Kobe Bryant
4. LeBron James
5. Carmelo Anthony
6. Dwyane Wade
7. Dirk Nowitzki
8. Kevin Durant
9. Blake Griffin
10. Rajon Rondo
11. Amare Stoudemire
12. Ray Allen
13. Paul Pierce
14. Dwight Howard
15. Chris Paul
The Celtics also ranked sixth among the top 10 most popular team merchandise.
1. Chicago Bulls
2. New York Knicks
3. Los Angeles Lakers
4. Miami Heat
5. Dallas Mavericks
6. Boston Celtics
7. Oklahoma City Thunder
8. Los Angeles Clippers
9. Denver Nuggets
10. Orlando Magic
Rankings were based on sales fromNBAStore.comand the temporary NBA Store on Fifth Avenue dating back to April 2011.
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