The entire known universe may still sorta hate LeBron James and the Heat, but Miami fans are making up for it.
The NBA released its top merchandise sales for the 2012 season Thursday, and the Heat ranked 4th in team merchandise sold. Two members of the Heat's Big 3 also made the top 10 in individual player's jerseys sold: James (4) and Dwyane Wade (7).
Neither player's new to the list, of course, and both have taken the top spot in the past. James’ jersey was the top seller in 2004 while he was winning Rookie of the Year honors with Cleveland, and again in 2011 with Miami. Wade’s jersey was the most popular purchase in 2006.
But who was the top seller this year? A jersey by any other name doesn't smell as sweet. Check out the slideshow below to find out who sold the most, who's new to the list, and if Kobe Bryant made the list a whopping 6th time -- or not.
PHOTOS: Top NBA jersey sales, individual and team: