It's clear that Stephen Curry is now the face of the NBA.

After winning his second consecutive MVP during a historic season in which the Golden State Warriors went 73-9, it would appear fans can't get enough of the baby-faced assassin. According to sales on the NBA's official website, the 2015-16 MVP led the league in jersey sales for the second consecutive year.

While that really isn't shocking, the fact that Curry's jersey was the No. 1 seller in every single state with the exception of Ohio and Oklahoma is what's most impressive.

Take for instance, Kobe Bryant's legend in the state of California. While the “Black Mamba” did rank No. 2 in overall jersey sales, he wasn't even No. 1 in his own state—it was Curry.

As the Warriors embark on their quest for a second consecutive championship, it's obvious how big of an impact Curry is having on the NBA fan base in 2016.

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