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Giannis, Steph Curry biggest losers in potential TikTok ban
Team LeBron guard Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors (30) and Team LeBron forward Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks (34) before the 2021 NBA All-Star Game at State Farm Arena. (Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports)

Giannis, Steph Curry biggest losers in potential TikTok ban

(BVM) – An early iteration of a TikTok ban in the United States came to fruition in Montana after the state recently passed a law that is intended to ban the social media, short-form video platform from being downloaded within state lines.

With expected attempts in the future by other states around the country, the ban of the app could have strong implications across the sporting world. 

Right now, premier soccer clubs like Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid currently boast follower counts that would put them in the top 100 of all creators on the app. Athletes across sports like Tom Brady and Juju Smith-Schuster have exhibited similar followings in the TikTok space. 

While soccer and football have enjoyed success on the platform, numerous basketball stars have taken to the app to grow their ever-evolving fan followings. With a potential ban happening in states across the country, which 10 NBA stars have the most to lose with the loss of the platform? The data provided is collected by Influencer Market Hubs revenue calculator.