Most wins consecutive wins in a season in the nba?
33 times by the '73 Lakers
The Vancover Grizzles lost 23 in a row in the 1996 NBA season. The worst start in NBA history goes to the 2009 New Jersey Nets who started off 0-17. The worst record in NBA history goes to the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers who finished 9-73. In the 2010-2011 season, the new record goes to the Cleveland Cavaliers with 25 consecutive losses in a row. ( 8-40) The most consecutive losses in NBA history.
== == == == The Los Angeles (originally Minneapolis) Lakers have played in the most NBA Finals, with 30, winning 15 and losing 15, since the first was held at the end of the 1946-1947 season. As the Minnesota Lakers, their record was 5 wins and 1 loss; as the LA Lakers, their record is 10 wins and 14 losses. The LA Lakers are the current NBA Champions, having won the 2008-2009 season NBA Finals…
Pretty sure this is the correct answer. 72-10 regular season 15-3 playoffs leading to a championship 87-13 overall I would assume this is correct because the Bulls hold the regular season record for wins in a season. Adding to this the most wins possible in the playoffs at that time and I believe this is correct.
The most wins won in a season by the Cleveland Cavaliers was in the 08-09 season. Recording a 39-2 Home record, the two losses to the Los Angeles Lakers and the Philadelphia 76ers, LeBron James led the Cavs to the most wins in the franchise's history, winning an astounding 66 games. The next season (09-10) LeBron and the Cavs finished with yet another 60+ win season, finishing at 61 wins.