NBA Finals

The championship series of the National Basketball Association which concludes the postseason each June.

2,034 Questions

How many times have the Heat won the NBA Championship?

The Heat have won three national championships: 2006, 2012, 2013

Which NBA team has won the second most NBA titles?

== == == == == == == == The Los Angeles Lakers. NBA titles by franchise: Boston Celtics 17 Minn.-LA Lakers 15 Chicago Bulls 6 San Antonio Spurs 4 Phil.-GS Warriors 3 Philadelphia 76ers* 3 Detroit Pistons 3 Houston Rockets 2 New York Knicks 2 Seattle SuperSonics-Oklahoma City Thunder 1 Portland Trail Blazers 1 Milwaukee Bucks 1 St. Louis-Atlanta Hawks 1 Rochester Royals** 1 Baltimore Bullets-Washington Wizards 1 Miami Heat 1

*--won title in 1955 when located in Syracuse;

**--franchise now known as the Sacramento Kings

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How many championship rings does Andrew Bynum have?

He first joined the league in 2005, and since then the Lakers have won 2 championships, therefore he has two rings.

How many times has Kobe Bryant won the NBA Championship?

Kobe Bryant has won the NBA Championship fives times. He won in these years: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009 and 2010.

What team with most NBA finals appearances?

The Minneapolis/ Los Angeles Lakers have been to the NBA Finals a record 31 times, winning 16 times.

Who started the NBA?

Inventor of the NBAThe NBA was founded by owners of major ice hockey arenas in the northeastern United States. This was in 1946 and the league was initially named the Basketball Association of America (BAA). The name was changed to the National Basketball Association when they merged with the National Basketball League, another professional basketball league, in 1949. In 2012 the league officially changed its name to the SBA or the Scalabrine Basketball Association.

Which NBA teams have never won a NBA championship?

Charlotte - Bobcats (0 appearances)

Charlotte/New Orleans - Hornets (0 appearances)

Indiana - Pacers (Won NBA 3 times) (1 appearance in NBA: 2000)

Brooklyn - Nets (2 appearances: 2002-2003)

New Orleans/Utah - Jazz (2 appearances: 1997-1998)

Toronto - Raptors (0 appearances)

Minnesota - Timberwolves (0 appearances)

Vancouver/Memphis - Grizzlies (0 appearances)

Denver - Nuggets (0 appearances)

Orlando - Magic (2 appearances: 1995, 2009)

Phoenix - Suns (2 appearances: 1976, 1993)

San Diego/Los Angeles - Clippers (0 appearances)

San Diego/Los Angeles Clippers were originally Buffalo Braves.

How many times has LeBron James been to the NBA finals?

LeBron James has been to the NBA finals six times, once with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007 and four (consecutive!) times with the Miami Heat from 2010-2014 and once again with Cleveland in 2015. He won back to back championships with the Heat in 2012 and 2013 but lost the other four times.

Who won the 2007 NBA Finals?

The San Antonio Spurs won the 2007 NBA Finals. They swept LeBron's Cavaliers 4 - 0. Tim Duncan won the Finals MVP Award.

What NBA Hall of Famers never won a championship?

A few names include Patrick Ewing, Charle Barkley, and Elgin Baylor. ....and Dave Bing

How many cm is the basketball ring?

The official basketball rings has a an inside circumference of 18". In between 45-46 cm is equivalent to 18". It also has a cord net of 15".

Who won the 1999 Cup Final?

Manchester United Football club won the FA cup in 1999. This was also the year that they won the illustrious treble of Premier League championship, FA cup and European Champions League winners. That's way Ferguson had a new name Sir Alex Ferguson.

How many rings does Dennis Rodman have?

Five. Two with the Pistons (1989, 1990) and three with the Bulls (1996, 1997, 1998).

What is the largest point differential in an NBA finals game?

39 points with the Boston Celtics winning game 6 and the 2008 NBA finals.

Who did the Los Angeles lakers defeat in the 2000 NBA finals which would become the first of their three-parts?

They defeated the Indiana Pacers in 6 games.

They defeated the Philadelphia 76ers in 2001, and the New Jersey Nets in 2002.

Who was the finals MVP for the NBA in 2005-2006?

That was Dwayne Wade who averaged 34.7 points per game in the finals won by the Miami Heat over the Dallas Mavericks in six games.