As the NBA continued its rise in popularity, we were about to see the biggest changes to their playoff format. In 1984, the NBA playoffs were expanded from 12 to 16 teams. Gone were first-round.
Average U.S. TV ratings of NBA playoffs 2018; The most important statistics. Total attendance at National Basketball Association regular season games 2006-2019; NBA regular season home attendance.
Complete yearly records from the NBA Season and the Playoffs, including playoff performance.. NBA Teams: Boston Celtics Records Year by Year Information about the Boston Celtics, including yearly records in the regular season and the playoffs. Boston Celtics Basic Data: NBA Championships: 17. All-Time NBA Record: Regular Season: 3421-2367 (.591) Playoffs: 371-282 (.568) Team NBA History.
NBA Playoffs 2020: The most unlikely and surprising playoff runs in NBA history. There have been plenty of cinderella-type playoff runs in NBA history. Here's a quick look at the most notable ones, including a couple that led to championships.
Finally, it’s almost unheard of for an NBA franchise with two All-Star players to miss the Playoffs altogether. With John Collins sure to be an All-Star next year, as well as Trae Young, it would be almost criminal not to see their talents flourish on the biggest stage. Chicago’s young team of 2016 were the last to have two All-Stars in their roster and miss out on the Playoffs.
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The Kings last made the playoffs in 2005-06 when they lost in the 1st Round to the Spurs. They have since missed it 13 straight seasons entering 2019-20, tied for the second-longest playoff drought in NBA history. The Los Angeles Clippers missed the playoffs 15 straight seasons from 1977-91.