According to nba.com, the largest margin of victory in a regular season contest is 68 points: on 12/17/91 when Cleveland defeated Miami 148-80.
The Chicago Bulls beat the Utah Jazz 96-54 in Game 3 of the 1998 NBA Finals.
The Chicago Bulls in 1998 against the Utah Jazz by 42
39 points with the Boston Celtics winning game 6 and the 2008 NBA finals.
It was the Las Angeles Lakers vs. the record setting (for most losses in a season) Cleveland Cavaliers. The score was 112 - 57; a 55 point differential.
Largest margin of a victory game,Cleveland vs. Miami, December 17, 1991 (148-80).
The largest margin of victory in the shot-clock era was 68, when the Cavaliers beat the Heat 148-80 in Cleveland on Dec. 17, 1991
the LA Lakers beat the Warriors 162-99
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For a game in the NBA Finals, that would be 42 points when the Chicago Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz, 96-54, in Game 3 of the 1998 Finals. Second largest is 39 points when the Boston Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 131-92, in Game 6 of the 2008 Finals. Third largest is 36 points when the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Miami Heat, 113-77, in Game 3 of the 2013 Finals.
I dont know but I do know that the cavs lost by 55 points in LA. Final 112-57
Kobe Bryant- 34
39 points with the Boston celtics winning game 6 and the 2008 NBA championship
The Lakers won against the Boston Celtics, winning their 16th NBA title.
All the games in an NBA playoffs is played in a 7 game series. This format also goes with the Conference and NBA finals. Reaching game 7 before winning an NBA playoffs or finals happened 84 times in the NBA.
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The largest margin of victory was a 68 point rout of the Miami Heat by the Cleveland Cavaliers on December 17th, 1991. The final score was 148-80.
81 points in a game, winning four NBA championships.