The Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat, won their second NBA title with a final score of 121-106 win over Oklahoma City Thunder, in Game 5.
The Heat won the final four games of the series after losing Game 1 in Oklahoma City and Miami's LeBron James was named the Finals MVP.
Dallas defeated Miami 105-95 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, a series enveloped in great theater with requisite drama on and off the court. Read More
After 48 minutes of rugged, sloppy basketball, the Lakers are champions for the second season in a row after an 83-79 victory Thursday against the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the NBA Finals. Read More
After catching the title scent early in the second quarter of Sunday’s Game 5 of the NBA Finals in Orlando, the Lakers sprinted away with the franchise’s 15th championship with an all-encompassing display of basketball.
Each and every player that stepped foot onto the Amway Arena floor wearing purple and gold offered something productive: Kobe Bryant nailed shots near and far from the basket; Pau Gasol swatted shots and defended Dwight Howard impressively; Lamar Odom sank corner threes and attacked the glass; Trevor Ariza swiped the ball and like Odom, buried triples; Derek Fisher made savvy plays and controlled the tempo; Andrew Bynum stood tall in the lane … And so on, and so forth.
No stat line was more impressive than that of Bryant, who put up 30 points, five assists, six boards and four blocks. But the net result of the total team effort was effectively what L.A. showed all year: They were too long, too strong, too deep and too skilled.
Game 1Lakers 100, Magic 75: Postgame 1
Game 2Lakers 101, Magic 96: Postgame 2
Game 3Lakers 104, Magic 108: Postgame 3
Game 4Lakers 99, Magic 91: Postgame 4
Lakers 99, Magic 84: Postgame 5
The Boston Celtics won their 17th NBA title in relentless fashion, trouncing the L.A. Lakers 131-92 to win the NBA Finals in six games. It's the Celtics' first title in 22 years, dating back to the Larry Bird era. Read more...
The San Antonio Spurs go for their fourth NBA title in nine years, a feat that would qualify them as a NBA dynasty. The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 83-82 to win their fourth NBA Championship. The Spurs swept the series 4-0. Read more...
Finally, the 2006 NBA Finals. It's been a remarkable run for the two conference champions, but only one team will be holding the Larry O'Brien Trophy and be crowned league champ for the first time. Read more...
The NBA Playoffs will be the postseason of the National Basketball Association's 2005-2006 season. Consisting of 16 teams in 2 conferences, the playoffs will involve nearly two months of play, and anywhere between 60 and 105 games overall. The playoffs will be conducted in four-rounds of best of seven series. Read more...
The Detroit Pistons brought the NBA Championship back to the east, defeating the Los Angeles Lakers 100-87 in game 5 to take the best of seven series 4-1. Read more...
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