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The Cleveland Cavaliers' unprecedented comeback in this year's NBA Finals left some fans celebrating long into the night, and others sulking well into the morning. Even though the season has come to an end, bringing about free agency and the offseason, there is no reason to ignore the NBA until the next season starts up in the fall.

Using data from PointAfter, MooseRoots, a genealogy research site that's part of Graphiq, discovered the most common names for NBA players this season. Surprisingly, there were very few players who shared a name.

Since the list of NBA players is relatively small at only 453, the number of duplicate names was relatively low. Because of this, the list was ranked by a pure count of players with a given first name. Also included is the rank of the name in the U.S., the U.S. frequency (normalized out of 1 million) and the last names of the players who share a common first name.

Note: In the event of a tie, names were ranked alphabetically.

#10 Brandon

Number of NBA Players: 4

U.S. Rank: 82

U.S. Frequency: 2,508.8

Player Names: Rush, Jennings, Knight, Bass

Brandon is a name of Old English origin meaning, "broom" or "hill." The name Brandon was most popular in the 90s.

#9 Andrew

Number of NBA Players: 4

U.S. Rank: 30

U.S. Frequency: 4,947

Player Names: Bogut, Wiggins, Nicholson, Goudelock

Andrew is one of the most popular boys names in the English-speaking world. Andrew is a form of the Greek name Andreas, which means "man" and "warrior."

#8 Andre

Number of NBA Players: 4

U.S. Rank: 279

U.S. Frequency: 646.3

Player Names: Iguodala, Roberson, Miller, Drummond

Andre is a French, male-given name that was most popular in 1984. Andre most directly means "manly" and "brave."

#7 Kyle

Number of NBA Players: 5

U.S. Rank: 175

U.S. Frequency: 1,171.3

Player Names: Anderson, Korver, O'Quinn, Singler, Lowry

Kyle is a name of Scottish origin that is derived from words meaning "narrow." It hit its popularity peak in 1990.

#6 Kevin

Number of NBA Players: 5

U.S. Rank: 79

U.S. Frequency: 2,544.3

Player Names: Durant, Martin, Seraphin, Love, Garnett

Kevin is an English name derived from the Irish name Coaimhn, which means "gentle child, nobly born."

#5 Anthony

Number of NBA Players: 5

U.S. Rank: 25

U.S. Frequency: 5,212

Player Names: Tolliver, Davis, Morrow, Brown, Allen (Tony)

Anthony is the English derivative of the Roman name Antonius meaning "flower." Anthony was most popular in the 2000s but has seen a slow decline in the past decade.

#4 Chris

Number of NBA Players: 6

U.S. Rank: 507

U.S. Frequency: 277.3

Player Names: Paul, Kaman, Andersen, Bosh, Johnson, McCullough

Chris is the shortened form of Christopher, a name derived from the Greek name Khristophoros which means "Christ." The name ranked in the top 10 of U.S. boy names every year between 1967-2009, and tumbled to No. 32 in 2015.

#3 Michael

Number of NBA Players: 7

U.S. Rank: 9

U.S. Frequency: 7,065.6

Player Names: Kidd-Gilchrist, Carter-Williams, Beasley, Conley, Muscala, Dunleavy, Miller

Michael is one of the most popular names in the U.S. currently and was the popular name between 1961-1998. Michael means "Who is God?" in Hebrew.

#2 Jordan

Number of NBA Players: 7

U.S. Rank: 60

U.S. Frequency: 3,085.5

Player Names: Farmar, Clarkson, Hill, Adams, Hamilton, McRae, Mickey

Jordan was originally a name given to a child who had been baptized in holy water supposedly from the River Jordan. The name Jordan was most popular in the 1990s.

#1 James

Number of NBA Players: 7

U.S. Rank: 7

U.S. Frequency: 7,255

Player Names: Harden, Ennis, Jones, Johnson, Young, Anderson, Hickson

James is a popular English name of Hebrew origin. James was the most popular name in the U.S. from 1940-1952 with a ranking of 1.

Check out the visualization below to see the top 23 most common names of NBA Players this season.

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