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Poll Vault: Which Chicago player's jersey would you buy?

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  • Derrick Rose's jersey is most popular in the United States and the second-best seller internationally, behind Kobe Bryant's, according to the NBA.

       Derrick Rose's jersey is most popular in the United States and the second-best seller internationally, behind Kobe Bryant's, according to the NBA.
    BOB CHWEDYK | Staff Photographer, 2008

  • The Michael Jordan statue at the United Center sported a Jonathan Toews jersey when the Blackhawks went to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010.

      The Michael Jordan statue at the United Center sported a Jonathan Toews jersey when the Blackhawks went to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010.
    GEORGE LECLAIRE | Staff Photographer

  • Macy Goodman, 7, center, wore a Jay Cutler jersey on the day she got to sit next to Caleb Hanie, then the Bears' backup quarterback, during a clinic on nutrition and staying active last September in Palatine.

       Macy Goodman, 7, center, wore a Jay Cutler jersey on the day she got to sit next to Caleb Hanie, then the Bears' backup quarterback, during a clinic on nutrition and staying active last September in Palatine.
    George Leclaire | Staff Photographer

 
 

How many of you still have a Sammy Sosa jersey? Wouldn't you like to trade in that No. 21 for Starlin Castro's No. 13 these days?

Plenty of you own a Derrick Rose shirt. He's No. 1 in your hearts as well as at the cash register, with the best-selling jersey in the U.S. for the 2011-12 season, according to the NBA.

Which Chicago player's jersey would you like to add to your wardrobe?

Would you pick a current star, like Sox slugger Paul Konerko, or go with a sentimental favorite, such as Blackhawks legend Stan Mikita?

You could go really old school with former Bears quarterback Sid Luckman's No. 42. Or you could go for laughs with a jersey sporting Curtis Enis' No. 39.

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