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1995-96 Bulls Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 72-10 (87%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Jordan, Pippen, Rodman
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2012-13 Miami Heat Report Abuse
38 points - added 7 years ago by Mr J Pent - 1 comment
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Dwyane Wade, Lebron James, Chris Bosh, Ray Allen, Mario Chalmers, Udonis Haslem, Mike Miller, Shane Battier, Rashard Lewis, Chris Anderson, Juwan Howard, James Jones, Norris Cole, Erik Spoelstra
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2007-08 Celtics Report Abuse
W/L Record: 66-16 (80%) Seed: 1st Overall Finish: Champions Best Players: Pierce, Garnett, Allen
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1996-97 Bulls Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 69-13 (84%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Jordan, Pippen, Rodman
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1985-86 Celtics Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 67-15 (81%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Bird, Parish, McHale
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1986-87 Lakers Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 65-17 (79%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Johnson, Abdul-Jabbar, Worthy
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1958-66 Celtics Report Abuse
-Finish: 8 Consecutive Titles -Best Players: Bill Russell, Sam Jones, John Havlicek
7 points - added 8 years ago by $killz - 1 comment
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has to be the same roster to be a top team, a lot changed during those 8 seasons, the only players who stayed during the entire streak were Russell, Sam Jones and KC Jones. Havlicek only arrived in 1962, when they had already won 3 straight championships, so it doesn't count.
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1971-72 Lakers Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 69-13 (84%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Chamberlain, West
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1966-67 Sixers Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 68-13 (84%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Chamberlain, Greer
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1991-92 Bulls Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 67-15 (81%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Jordan, Pippen, Grant
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1970-71 Bucks Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 66-16 (80%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Oscar Robertson, Lew Alcindor
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1998-99 Spurs Report Abuse
the 'twin towers' led the spurs to an impressive 15-2 record in the playoffs for the title.
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1995-96 Supersonics Report Abuse
Kemp and Payton were rolling, only Jordan and the 96 Bulls could have stopped them, and they did.
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72-73 Knicks Report Abuse
Champions with a legendary group of players; Walt 'clyde' Frazier, Earl 'the pearl' Monroe, Willis Reed, Jerry Lucas and Phil Jackson.
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1999-00 Lakers Report Abuse
-record; 67-15 -1st Overall - Champions - Best Players; Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, Glen Rice
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Shaq was just unstoppable back then.
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1984-85 Lakers Report Abuse
Only HOFs in this roster; Magic, Kareem, Worthy, Bob McAdoo, Byron Scott, Jamaal Wilkes, Rambis, Mike Cooper...
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1982-83 Sixers Report Abuse
-W/L Record: 65-17 (79%) -Seed: 1st Overall -Finish: Champions -Best Players: Erving, Malone
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only lost 1 game in the playoffs that year.
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2011 - 2012 Miami Heat Report Abuse
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D-Wade, Lebron James, Chris Bosh, Mario Chalmers, Udonis Haslem, Mike Miller, Shane Battier, Juwan Howard, James Jones, Norris Cole, Erik Spoelstra
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79-80 Lakers Report Abuse
rookie Magic, Kareem at his best and Jamaal Wilkes. championship winner without Kareem in the finals, that shows how strong the team was.
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best season by a rookie, Magic is the greatest, finals mvp with 21 years of age is beyond amazing
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1976-77 Sixers Report Abuse
Most talented roster ever, filled with legends at their primes; Julius Erving, George McGinnis, Doug Collins, Wold B. Free, Darryl Dawkins e Joe Bryant.
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The most entertaining squad of all-time, that's for sure.
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amazing talents, but not a strong unity.
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2005-2006 Miami Heat Report Abuse
Shaq, D-Wade, Alonzo Mourning, Gary Payton, Antoine Walker, Udonis Haslem, Jason Williams, James Posey, Pat Riley.
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2000-01 Sixers Report Abuse
'The Answer' in full effect !! MVP, scoring (31.4 ppg) and steals (2.8) leader in the regular season, all-star MVP, broke the 76ers franchise records for most assists and most 3-point FGs made in a playoff game, first player since Jordan (1993) to score multiple 50+ points games in a playoff series, playoff leader in points (33 ppg) and assists, scored 48 points in game 1 of the finals (5th most in NBA history), scoring leader in the 2001 NBA Finals (35,6 ppg). He did all this being only 25 years old and 6 feet tall.
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1961-62 Royals, Warriors, Lakers Report Abuse
amazing historical season for these teams' star-players; in 61-62 Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati Royals) became the only player in NBA history to average a triple-double for a entire season (with a 30+ ppg average), Wilt Chamberlain (Philadelphia Warriors) had his 100-point game and set the NBA records for most points, FG made, and highest scoring average (50.4 ppg) in a season, and in the 5th game of the '62 NBA Finals, Elgin Baylor (LA Lakers) set the record for most points scored in a Finals game (61). Probably the most remarkable season of all-time.
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2003-04 Pistons Report Abuse
Best D - ##.
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