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September 15, 2023

The Greatest Teams of Every Period in the NBA

★ (1), Boston Celtics (1964-1965 season)

Total record of 62 wins and 18 losses, winning percentage of 77.5%. The starting lineup included Bill Russell, Sam Jones, Havlicek, Sanders and Heinsohn. The team broke the franchise record for most wins in a season and went on to win their seventh consecutive championship.

★ (2).Philadelphia 76ers (1966-1967 season)

The Philadelphia 76ers (1966-1967 season) had a total record of 68 wins and 13 losses, a winning percentage of 84.0%, with Chamberlain, Grier, Walker, and Cunningham in the starting lineup, which was the highest number of wins in a single season in the NBA. Defeated the Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, ending the "Boston Dynasty" record of eight consecutive championships, and defeated the Golden State Warriors to win the championship.

★ (3).New York Knicks (1969-1970 season)

The New York Knicks (1969-1970 season) had a total record of 60 wins and 22 losses, with a winning percentage of 73.2%. The starting lineup consisted of Reid Frazier, Bartnett Debuchere and Bradley. Injured Reed suddenly appeared on the court before the seventh game of the finals, this is known as the counter "empty city", so that the opponent was caught off guard, and finally defeated the Lakers to win the championship.

★ (4).The Los Angeles Lakers (1982-1983 season)

The Lakers had a total record of 69 wins and 13 losses, with a winning percentage of 84.1%. The Lakers had 69 wins and 13 losses, with a winning percentage of 84.1%. The main lineup consisted of Goodrich, West, Chamberlain, McMillan and Hailston. The team won a record 33 straight games and 69 victories, and beat the New York Knicks to win the championship.

★ (5).Philadelphia 76ers (1982-1983 season)

The Philadelphia 76ers (1982-1983 season) had a total record of 65 wins and 17 losses, with a winning percentage of 79.3%. The starting lineup consisted of Moses Malone, "Dr. J" Julius Erving, Toney, Chicks and Bob Jones. Since the 76ers went straight to the semifinals, they won four of seven in each round. Malone vowed before the rematch that the 76ers would win the championship by 4:0 with "FO! The 76ers will win the championship with a 4:0 victory. The result of Malone's prophecy was only one game, they swept their opponents in the semi-final 4:0, and then lost only one game to the Eagles in the Eastern Conference Finals, and finally beat the Lakers 4:0 to win the championship. Each player will have the word "FO" engraved on their championship rings.

★ (6), Boston Celtics (1985-1986 season)

The Boston Celtics (1985-1986 season) had a total record of 67 wins and 15 losses, with a winning percentage of 81.7%. The starting lineup included Larry Bird, Parrish, McHale, Danny Angel, Dennis Johnson and Bill Walton. The team set the NBA's best home record of 40 wins and 1 loss, and won the championship after defeating the Lakers in the finals.

★ (7),Los Angeles Lakers (1986-1987 season)

The Lakers had a total record of 65 wins and 17 losses, with a winning percentage of 79.3%. The main lineup had "Magic" Johnson, Jabbar, James Worthy, Byron Scott, A.C. Green and Cooper. In the rematch, the Lakers lost only one of their first 12 games and beat the Celtics to win the championship.

★ (8), Detroit Pistons (1988-1989 season)

Total record of 63 wins and 19 losses, winning percentage of 76.8%. The starting lineup included Thomas, Dumars, Lambert, Rodman, Aguirre and Vinny Johnson. This was the best defensive team in the history of the NBA. The team was known as the "Bad Boys" because of its rugged style of play. The team because of the lack of threatening center, sent a rare 3-guard lineup, the finals 4:0 swept the Lakers to win the championship.

★ (9), Chicago Bulls (1991-1992 season)

The Chicago Bulls (1991-1992 season) had a total record of 67 wins and 15 losses, with a winning percentage of 81.7%. The starting lineup consisted of Jordan, Pippen, Grant, Armstrong, Cartwright and Paxson. The Bulls won six more games than the 1990-1991 season, and was one of Jordan's best seasons, defeating the Trail Blazers 4:2 in the finals to win the championship.

★ (10), Chicago Bulls (1995-1996 season)

Total record of 72 wins and 10 losses, winning percentage of 87.8%. The main lineup had Jordan, Pippen, Rodman, Harper, Langley and Kukoc. They won 78 out of 100 games in the season, setting a new NBA record for regular season wins. Their "Triangle of Progress" was unique in the NBA, and they were one of the best defensive teams in NBA history. In the Finals, they defeated the Seattle Supersonics 4-2 to win the championship.


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