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Available Seasons

We have from 1946-47 to the present, including all ABA seasons. The most recently completed season is included with the complete game.

1946-47
It's rough and tumble basketball, as the Philadelphia Warriors beat the Chicago Stags in the inaugural season.
1947-48
The Baltimore Bullets win what will turn out to be their only championship.
1948-49
Rochester had the best regular season record, but Mikan and company won the championship.
1949-50
The Lakers found a way to win it all in the big 17 team league.
1950-51
The Rochester Royals and New York Knickerbockers were the class of the Association.
1951-52
George Mikan's Lakers win the first championship after the lane was widened.
1952-53
Mikan and his Minneapolis Lakers win their 4th championship in five years.
1953-54
Even though "3-peat" wouldn't be coined for 40 years, the Lakers won again.
1954-55
Syracuse Nats Win in First Year of Shot Clock.
1955-56
Philadelphia Warriors Go From "Worst to First" & Win Title.
1956-57
Celtics Take First Title Behind Russell & Heinsohn.
1957-58
Hawks & Pettit Dethrone Boston For Hawks' Only Title.
1958-59
Russell's Celtics Regain Title.
1959-60
Wilt Bursts Onto Scene, but Celtics Win Again.
1960-61
Lakers Move to LA, West-Robertson Join NBA, Celtics Retain Title.
1961-62
Expansion Leads to Scoring Explosion, Wilt Averages 50+.
1962-63
Celtics Beat Lakers--Again.
1963-64
Cousy Retires--but Boston Wins Anyway.
1964-65
Celtics Set Record With 62 Wins, Take Seventh Straight Title.
1965-66
Boston Wins 8th Straight, Despite Sixers' Better Regular Season Record.
1966-67
Sixers Race to 68-13 Record! Dethrone Celtics.
1967-68
Russell Coaches Celtics Back to Title.
1968-69
Aging Celtics Win Last Title on Pride, Cunning.
1969-70
Knicks "Miracle" Season.
1970-71
Alcindor & Robertson Lead Milwaukee to Title.
1971-72
Lakers with West & Wilt Set Record 69-13 Mark.
1972-73
Knicks Regain 1970 Magic and Upend Lakers.
1973-74
Celtics Run to Title with Cowens, Havlicek & White.
1974-75
Rick Barry Leads Golden State to Championship.
1975-76
Celtics Make it a Dozen with Win over Suns.
1976-77
Walton Gang Takes Blazers to Glory.
1977-78
Elvin Hayes & Wes Unseld Help Bullets Shoot Down Sonics.
1978-79
Sonics Get Revenge Over Bullets.
1979-80
Magic & Bird Enter NBA, Lakers Win Title.
1980-81
Bird & Company Lead Celtics to Title.
1981-82
Magic & Kareem Lead "Showtime" Back to the Top.
1982-83
Moses Leads Sixers to Promised Land.
1983-84
Bird, McHale, Parish & DJ Help Celtics Win Again.
1984-85
Magic & Lakers Win vs Bird & Celtics.
1985-86
Celtics Go 67-15 (40-1 at Home) and Take Title.
1986-87
Magic & Lakers Win Fourth Title of Eighties With Showtime!
1987-88
Lakers First Repeat Champs Since 1968-69 Celtics.
1988-89
Piston "Bad Boys" Win Hard-Fought Title.
1989-90
Detroit Repeat Champs Behind Isiah & Crew.
1990-91
Michael's Bulls Beat Magic's Lakers to Take Title.
1991-92
Bulls Repeat--Third Straight Team to Defend Crown!
1992-93
Chicago Becomes First "Three-Peat" Since 1965-66 Celtics.
1993-94
Jordan Retires! Rockets Inherit Throne!
1994-95
Hakeem the Dream & Clyde the Glide Lead Houston to Back-to-Back Titles
1995-96
Air Jordan Takes Flight! Bulls Win 72! Best Ever?
1996-97
Michael leads Bulls again, but they "only" win 69 games.
1997-98
It's Michael again... he leads Bulls to the "Repeat Three-Peat." Jordan's last hurrah?
1998-99
The Twin Towers, Tim Duncan and David Robinson, lead the San Antonio Spurs
to their first title.
1999-00
Kobe, Shaq, and Phil take Larry Bird's Pacers in 6.
2000-01
After some mid-season turmoil, Kobe, Shaq, and Phil lead the Lakers to a repeat, with one of the best playoff
performances ever.
2001-02
The Lakers' "Three-Peat" is a walk in the park as they cruise through the playoffs.
2002-03
MVP Tim Duncan leads the Spurs to their 2nd title in five years.
2003-04
The Detroit Pistons, coached by Larry Brown, dominate the heavily favored Lakers and their 4 future Hall-of-Famers.
2004-05
Tim Duncan is the MVP again as the Spurs take out Detroit in 7 games.
2005-06
DWade & Shaq lead the Miami Heat to their first championship over the upstart Dallas Mavericks.
2006-07
The Spurs become the most successful professional franchise in the last decade, by winning their 4th championship. It's LeBroom against James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
2007-08
Danny Ainge makes the big off-season move and the Celtics climb back to the top of the basketball world behind Kevin Garnett.
2008-09
Kobe proves he can win without Shaq. Lakers get their 15th title. Phil Jackson gets his 10th ring.
2009-10
Kobe is the MVP as the Lakers defeat the Celtics in a tough 7-game series.
2010-11
Lebron James, who joined Dwyane Wade & Chris Bosh in Miami, predicted the trio would win "at least 8 championships in a row." But the underdog Dallas Mavericks, lead by Dirk Nowitzki, shut down Wade and beat the Heat in 6.
2011-12
The 2nd time is the charm as the Miami Heat defeat the young Oklahoma City Thunder in the strike-shortened season.
2012-13
Two in a row for The Heat as they beat the Spurs in 7, in what many call the most exciting Finals of All-Time.
2013-14
The San Antonio Spurs proved again that basketball is a team sport by beating the Heat decisively in 5 games and winning their 5th title. The Spurs played, what many observers called, some of the best basketball in Finals history.

2014-15
Steve Kerr, who knows a lot about winning championships as a player, became the first rookie coach in 33 years to win it all, as the Golden State Warriors, lead by Stephen Curry and surprising hero Andre Iguodala beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in 6.

2015-16
It looked like Golden State would cruise to their 2nd straight title, but Lebron James & Kyrie Irving wouldn't let the Cavs lose. For the first time ever, a team comes back from 3-1 to win The Championship. Cleveland Cavaliers in 7. Lebron MVP.

2016-17
LeBron said the Warriors have 'the most firepower' he's ever seen. The addition of K.D. certainly helped put Golden State over-the-top as they dominated the Cavs in 5.

2017-18
We shall see.

 

1967-68 ABA
Connie Hawkins Leads Pittsburgh Pipers to First ABA Title
1968-69 ABA
Rick Barry Leads Oakland Oaks to Championship
1969-70 ABA
Indiana Pacers take first of Three ABA Titles
1970-71 ABA
Bill Sharman's Utah Stars Edge Kentucky Colonels in Seven Game Thriller
1971-72 ABA
Pacers Beat Rick Barry's Nets for Title
1972-73 ABA
Pacers Become Only Back-to-Back ABA Titles
1973-74 ABA
Young Dr. J and NY Nets Soar to First Title
1974-75 ABA
Hubie Brown Coaches Colonels to Their Only ABA Crown
1975-76 ABA
Nets & Erving Defeat Outstanding Denver Nugget Squad to Close ABA History
 
Speciality Season Packages

2012 Olympics Plus 1992 Dream Team Package

Professional Basketball Top 40 & Bottom 40

Professional Basketball All-Time Franchise Greatest Hits

 

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