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What is NBA?

National Basketball Association (NBA), an expert b-ball association framed in the United States in 1949 by the consolidation of two adversary associations, the National Basketball League (established 1937) and the Basketball Association of America (established 1946). In 1976 the NBA consumed four groups from the American Basketball Association (ABA), which disbanded that year.

National Basketball Association (NBA), an expert b-ball association framed in the United States in 1949 by the consolidation of two adversary associations, the National Basketball League (established 1937) and the Basketball Association of America (established 1946). In 1976 the NBA consumed four groups from the American Basketball Association (ABA), which disbanded that year.
National Basketball Association (NBA)

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NBA Membership and NBA Championship

A. NBA Membership:

The NBA membership was divided into two conferences, each with three divisions. There were 30 teams, aligned as follows:


1.1 Eastern Conference

1.2 Western Conference

  • Southwest Division: Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, Memphis Grizzlies, New Orleans Pelicans, San Antonio Spurs
  • Northwest Division: Denver Nuggets, Minnesota Timberwolves, Oklahoma City Thunder, Portland Trail Blazers, Utah Jazz
  • Pacific Division: Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns, Sacramento Kings

B. NBA Championship


NBA championship

Winners of the National Basketball Association championship are provided in the table.


National Basketball Association (NBA) Championship

Season

Winner

Runner-up

Results

1946–47

Philadelphia Warriors

Chicago Stags

4–1

1947–48

Baltimore Bullets

Philadelphia Warriors

4–2

1948–49

Minneapolis Lakers

Washington Capitals

4–2

1949–50

Minneapolis Lakers

Syracuse Nationals

4–2

1950–51

Rochester Royals

New York Knickerbockers

4–3

1951–52

Minneapolis Lakers

New York Knickerbockers

4–3

1952–53

Minneapolis Lakers

New York Knickerbockers

4–1

1953–54

Minneapolis Lakers

Syracuse Nationals

4–3

1954–55

Syracuse Nationals

Fort Wayne Pistons

4–3

1955–56

Philadelphia Warriors

Fort Wayne Pistons

4–1

1956–57

Boston Celtics

St. Louis Hawks

4–3

1957–58

St. Louis Hawks

Boston Celtics

4–2

1958–59

Boston Celtics

Minneapolis Lakers

4–0

1959–60

Boston Celtics

St. Louis Hawks

4–3

1960–61

Boston Celtics

St. Louis Hawks

4–1

1961–62

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–3

1962–63

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–2

1963–64

Boston Celtics

San Francisco Warriors

4–1

1964–65

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–1

1965–66

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–3

1966–67

Philadelphia 76ers

San Francisco Warriors

4–2

1967–68

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–2

1968–69

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–3

1969–70

New York Knickerbockers

Los Angeles Lakers

4–3

1970–71

Milwaukee Bucks

Baltimore Bullets

4–0

1971–72

Los Angeles Lakers

New York Knickerbockers

4–1

1972–73

New York Knickerbockers

Los Angeles Lakers

4–1

1973–74

Boston Celtics

Milwaukee Bucks

4–3

1974–75

Golden State Warriors

Washington Bullets

4–0

1975–76

Boston Celtics

Phoenix Suns

4–2

1976–77

Portland Trail Blazers

Philadelphia 76ers

4–2

1977–78

Washington Bullets

Seattle SuperSonics

4–3

1978–79

Seattle SuperSonics

Washington Bullets

4–1

1979–80

Los Angeles Lakers

Philadelphia 76ers

4–2

1980–81

Boston Celtics

Houston Rockets

4–2

1981–82

Los Angeles Lakers

Philadelphia 76ers

4–2

1982–83

Philadelphia 76ers

Los Angeles Lakers

4–0

1983–84

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–3

1984–85

Los Angeles Lakers

Boston Celtics

4–2

1985–86

Boston Celtics

Houston Rockets

4–2

1986–87

Los Angeles Lakers

Boston Celtics

4–2

1987–88

Los Angeles Lakers

Detroit Pistons

4–3

1988–89

Detroit Pistons

Los Angeles Lakers

4–0

1989–90

Detroit Pistons

Portland Trail Blazers

4–1

1990–91

Chicago Bulls

Los Angeles Lakers

4–1

1991–92

Chicago Bulls

Portland Trail Blazers

4–2

1992–93

Chicago Bulls

Phoenix Suns

4–2

1993–94

Houston Rockets

New York Knickerbockers

4–3

1994–95

Houston Rockets

Orlando Magic

4–0

1995–96

Chicago Bulls

Seattle SuperSonics

4–2

1996–97

Chicago Bulls

Utah Jazz

4–2

1997–98

Chicago Bulls

Utah Jazz

4–2

1998–99

San Antonio Spurs

New York Knickerbockers

4–1

1999–2000

Los Angeles Lakers

Indiana Pacers

4–2

2000–01

Los Angeles Lakers

Philadelphia 76ers

4–1

2001–02

Los Angeles Lakers

New Jersey Nets

4–0

2002–03

San Antonio Spurs

New Jersey Nets

4–2

2003–04

Detroit Pistons

Los Angeles Lakers

4–1

2004–05

San Antonio Spurs

Detroit Pistons

4–3

2005–06

Miami Heat

Dallas Mavericks

4–2

2006–07

San Antonio Spurs

Cleveland Cavaliers

4–0

2007–08

Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers

4–2

2008–09

Los Angeles Lakers

Orlando Magic

4–1

2009–10

Los Angeles Lakers

Boston Celtics

4–3

2010–11

Dallas Mavericks

Miami Heat

4–2

2011–12

Miami Heat

Oklahoma City Thunder

4–1

2012–13

Miami Heat

San Antonio Spurs

4–3

2013–14

San Antonio Spurs

Miami Heat

4–1

2014–15

Golden State Warriors

Cleveland Cavaliers

4–2

2015–16

Cleveland Cavaliers

Golden State Warriors

4–3

2016–17

Golden State Warriors

Cleveland Cavaliers

4–1

2017–18

Golden State Warriors

Cleveland Cavaliers

4–0

2018–19

Toronto Raptors

Golden State Warriors

4–2

2019–20

Los Angeles Lakers

Miami Heat

4–2

2020–21

Milwaukee Bucks

Phoenix Suns

4–2

Download NBA App for Android and iOS devices

NBA app provides the ultimate gaming experience on your devices, users get the following features on the app...

NBA App Features:

- Official NBA schedule, scores, stats, and standings.
- In-game and post-game highlights
- Game previews and recaps
- Latest News and Articles from across the league
- Live access to select press conferences and events
- Personalized content about your favorite players and teams
- Editor’s picks for the hottest news and updates from around the league.

NBA FAQ

How can I watch NBA games on iOS?


You have to download the NBA game app, which is free. Then, you can upgrade within the app to avail of the NBA League Pass by paying the fee. The fee is not that cheap especially if you want to watch the whole season.


Does Apple TV have the NBA app?


Answer: A: The newer models of Apple TV (4th generation or later) are supported for the NBA app, including live content.


What is the best basketball app for iPhone?


Top 8 basketball games for iPhone and iPad (iOS)

  1. NBA Live Mobile Basketball. Developer: EA Sports. ...
  2. Retro Basketball Coach 2021. Available on: iOS + Android. ...
  3. Basketry. Publisher: CUBE MAGIC LTD. ...
  4. Big Win Basketball. Publisher: Hothead Games. ...
  5. NBA 2K Mobile Basketball. ...
  6. NBA SuperCard. ...
  7. Slam Dunk. ...
  8. Jump Shot - Basketball Games.


Is there a free NBA app?


To redeem your free preview of NBA League Pass, you'll need to create an account on the NBA website or app. ... The NBA app is available on iPhone, Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.


What app can I watch NBA games on?


Stream All the NBA Games here...

  • Hulu: Watch TV series & movies. Stream new films and shows. VIEW.
  • Sling: Live TV, Shows & Movies. The best live and on-demand TV. VIEW.
  • DIRECTV STREAM. Watch Live TV, Binge On Demand. VIEW.


How can I stream NBA games for free?


All of them are offering free trials right now, so you can use them to watch NBA games online free.

  1. Watch the NBA on Sling. We've had a subscription to Sling TV for years now, and it's one of the best values for live sports and entertainment online. ...
  2. Watch the NBA on Vidgo. ...
  3. fuboTV. ...
  4. Hulu + Live TV.

Where can I download the NBA app?


Download the NBA app in the Google Play Store here. Download the NBA App in the Amazon App Store here. NBA League Pass and NBA TV subscriptions are available as an in-app purchase through your Roku Channel in the US.


Is the NBA app free?


The NBA League Pass is a subscription-based service that boasts an expansive archive of classic games, condensed game replays, and more. The League Pass also gives fans access to highlights and full-length games from the 2019-20 season. The pass usually starts at $99 per year — but right now, it's totally free.


Can I watch NBA on the app?


The official NBA app keeps you up to date with highlight clips, breaking news alerts, and the latest scores. To watch out-of-market regular-season games live, subscribe to the app's NBA League Pass and League Pass Premium tiers.


How do I download the NBA App on my laptop?


To Download NBA App on PC

  1. Start MEmu then open Google Play on the desktop.
  2. Search NBA App in Google Play.
  3. Download and Install NBA App.
  4. Enjoy playing NBA App on PC with Menu.


What does the NBA App offer?


With the NBA App, follow all your favorite teams and players, watch highlights and game recaps, follow the latest action with our Stories feature, and more. Please click here to purchase NBA League Pass.


Is there an NBA App for Windows 10?


Sling TV is the best option for Windows 10 users who want to watch the NBA on their PC or Xbox One. It has plans that let you watch ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV. It also has access to many teams through local channels, and you can watch NBA League Pass through it.


How can I watch NBA games on my computer?


You can stream NBA games live on ABC.com or with the ABC app by signing in with a participating TV provider. Once you sign in, you can watch at abc.com/watch-live or you can select 'live TV' in the ABC app.


What is the NBA?


The National Basketball Association, or NBA, is a professional basketball league comprised of 30 teams across North America featuring the best basketball players in the world.

2018-19 NBA key dates


How many teams are there in the NBA?


The NBA is a collection of 30 teams, broken down by two conferences with three divisions apiece. The Western Conference plays host to the Northwest, Pacific, and Southwest Divisions, featuring the following 15 teams:


NorthwestDenver NuggetsMinnesota Timberwolves, Oklahoma City ThunderPortland Trail BlazersUtah Jazz


PacificGolden State WarriorsLos Angeles ClippersLos Angeles LakersPhoenix SunsSacramento Kings


SouthwestDallas MavericksHouston RocketsMemphis GrizzliesNew Orleans PelicansSan Antonio Spurs


Eastern Conference’s 15 squads also break up across three divisions: the Atlantic, Southeast, and Central.


Atlantic: Boston CelticsBrooklyn NetsNew York KnicksPhiladelphia 76ersToronto Raptors


CentralChicago BullsCleveland CavaliersDetroit PistonsIndiana PacersMilwaukee Bucks


SoutheastAtlanta HawksCharlotte HornetsMiami HeatOrlando MagicWashington Wizards


When was the NBA established?


The National Basketball Association was founded on June 6, 1946, at the Commodore Hotel in New York City. Maurice Podoloff was the league’s first president, a title later changed to the commissioner. Eleven teams were part of that league, originally called the Basketball Association of America.

Podoloff’s name is now emblazoned on the NBA MVP trophy.


How many games are there in an NBA season?

There are 82 games in the NBA’s regular season.


When does the 2018-19 NBA season begin and end?


The regular season tips off on October 16 and finishes on April 10.


Who are some of the best players in NBA history?


The NBA’s list of all-time Legends continues to grow with each new generation, boasting names like Michael Jordan, Bill Russell, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Oscar Robertson, John Havlicek, Rick Barry, John Stockton, Karl Malone, Elgin Baylor, David Robinson, Julius Erving, Charles Barkley and many more.


In 1996, the league announced its 50 Greatest Players list. Click here to view

Since then, players like LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett, Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Nash, Dirk Nowitzki, Allen Iverson, among others, have added their names to the list of greats.

For a complete look at the league’s all-time leaders in various statistical categories, click here.



How many teams make the playoffs?


The top eight teams in each Conference reach the postseason, with the No. 1 seed facing No. 8 in the first round, No. 2 vs. No. 7 and so on.


Each round features a best-of-seven series with a 2-2-1-1-1 format (two games at the top seed’s home court, two games at the lower seed’s home, then back and forth one game at a time).

The winners of each conference meet in the best-of-seven NBA Finals.


What is the NBA Replay Center?


Beginning with the 2014-15 NBA regular season, the NBA launched its new state-of-the-art NBA Replay Center, based in Secaucus, N.J. The NBA Replay Center is fueled by a groundbreaking high-speed arena network to enhance the performance of NBA referees and to accelerate the replay review process. Additional information can be found here.


How do referee reviews work?


For a full explanation of the review process, click here.


How can I watch NBA games?


NBA games are available on television in more than 200 countries around the world, including hundreds of national broadcasts in the USA every year on ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV. Fans can also watch games live and on-demand on NBA LEAGUE PASS around the world.


When is the NBA All-Star Game?


NBA All-Star Weekend 2019 will take place in Charlotte, North Carolina on Feb. 15-17.


How are All-Stars selected?


The starting lineups are selected each year by fans around the world, who can vote online at nba.com, the NBA App, and on social media.


The reserves are selected by NBA head coaches. If a player is unable to play due to injury, his replacement is selected by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver.


If a team has a starter who’s unable to play, the head coach of that All-Star team will select his replacement from his bench (including any Commissioner-appointed players).


Who coaches the All-Star teams?


The two spots go to the head coaches of the teams with the best record in each conference at the time of All-Star weekend.


When is the NBA Draft?

The NBA Draft is held each year near the end of June, after NBA Finals. In 2019 the Draft will be on June 20, 2019.


Who’s eligible to be NBA Drafted?

The pool of players includes all players over the age of 19 who are more than a year removed from high school, and who have also officially declared for the NBA Draft; all international players over the age of 22; all players over 19 who’ve signed a contract to play with an international professional team; and all US-born players who’ve played their four years of college eligibility.


How does the Draft order and Draft Lottery work?

Each spring, a lottery — comprised of ping-pong balls drawn randomly in an audited event — decides the fate of the 14 teams who did not qualify for the Playoffs. The teams with the fewest wins have the greatest chance at winning the Lottery. Three Lotto balls are drawn, deciding the first, second, and third picks. 


After that point, the remaining picks go sequentially, in order of lowest finish to highest finish in the standings.

After pick No. 14, the teams choose in reverse order of regular-season finish (the team with the best record goes last).

Teams may move up and down in order with trades.


How many players are on an NBA roster?

Each NBA team can have a maximum of 15 players, 13 of which can be active each game.


How long are the quarters?

Each quarter lasts 12 minutes. Each overtime lasts 5.


How long is the shot clock?

The shot clock is 24 seconds. Starting in the 2018-19 season, the shot clock will reset to 14 seconds on offensive rebounds.


What are the other measurements?

The rims hang 10 feet from the floor, sitting on opposite ends of a court that’s 50 feet wide and 94 feet long.


Both ends of the floor feature a free throw line, 15 feet from the rim, and a 3-point arc that runs from 23 feet, 9 inches from the basket at the top of the perimeter to 22 feet at the baselines. The corner 3-pointer has become one of the league’s most popular shots because of the difference.


The basketball itself measures 9 inches in diameter and must be inflated to between 8.5 and 9.5 pounds per square inch.


What are the official rules of the NBA?

Read the official rules here.


Where can I buy tickets to NBA games?

Tickets for every team are available on each team website or by clicking here.


Which teams have the most NBA titles?

The Boston Celtics have the most of any team, with 17.

The Los Angeles Lakers are close behind with 16, including titles won when the team was in Minneapolis.

The Chicago Bulls have 6 and San Antonio Spurs have 5, with all of the Spurs’ titles coming since Tim Duncan joined the team.


Which players have the most NBA titles?

The Celtics dynasty of the late 1950s through ’60s dominates the list, with Bill Russell (11) leading the way. He’s followed by Sam Jones (10); Tom Heinsohn, K.C. Jones, Tom ‘Satch’ Sanders, John Havlicek (8); Jim Loscutoff and Frank Ramsey (7). Bob Cousy has 6.

Of the non-Celtics, Robert Horry leads the way with 7, followed by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan, and Scottie Pippen (6).


Which players have the most MVPs?

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has 6, followed by Michael Jordan and Bill Russell with 5 and Wilt Chamberlain and LeBron James, with 4.


Who’s the all-time scoring leader?

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar leads the all-time list, with 38,387 points. Karl Malone has second-most, at 36,928. Kobe Bryant has 32,482, to rank third.

However, Michael Jordan leads the all-time list with 30.12 points per game.

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