The Top 10 Teams in NBA History

The Top 10 Teams in NBA History

 

Top 10 Teams in NBA History

1. Boston Celtics (1985–86)
2. Los Angeles Lakers (1971–72)
3. Boston Celtics (1964–65)
4. Los Angeles Lakers (1986–87)
5. Philadelphia 76ers (1966–67)
6. New York Knicks (1969–70)
7. Chicago Bulls (1995–96)
8. Chicago Bulls (1991–92)
9. Philadelphia 76ers (1982–83)
10. Detroit Pistons (1988–89)

1. Boston Celtics (1985–86)


NBA Boston Celtics 1985-86 season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association achieved a 67-15 record with a winning average of .817, and in our list of the top 10 teams in NBA history is included in the top spot. 1985-86 NBA member team squad this season, Danny Ainge, Larry Bird, Rick Carlisle’s, Dennis Johnson, Greg Kite, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish, Jerry Sichting, David Thirdkill, Sam Vincent, Bill Walton, Scott Wedman and Roll Williams. Boston Celtics team that season, McHale, Bird, Parish, five members of the Walton and Johnson, was added to the Basketball Hall of Fame. 4 players, McHale, Bird, parish and Walton, was also the all-time list of the 50 greatest players in NBA. Coach Boston Celtics 1985-86 NBA season was conducted by K. C. Jones.

2. Los Angeles Lakers (1971–72)

NBA National Basketball Association franchise pacers Los Angeles won 69-13 record with a winning average of .841 in the 1971-72 season of the association, and the second on our list of the top 10 teams in NBA history is added to the number. 1971-72 NBA season, Chamberlain was a member of the team squad, Jim Cleamons, Leroy Ellis, Keith Erickson, Gail Goodrich Game, Happy Hairston, Jim McMillian, Pat Riley, Flynn Robinson, John Trapp and Jerry West. Weather Los Angeles pacers team, Goodrich Game, West, Chamberlain and four of Baylor, was added to the Basketball Hall of Fame. 3 players, West, Chamberlain and Baylor, also entered the list of the 50 greatest NBA players of all time. Los Angeles coach Bill pacers 1971-72 NBA season was hosted by Sharman.

3. Boston Celtics (1964–65)

NBA franchise Boston Celtics achieved 62–18 record with a winning average of .775 in the 1964–65 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the third place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1964–65 NBA season were Ron Bonham, Mel Counts, John Havlicek, Tom Heinsohn, K. C. Jones, Sam Jones, Willie Naulls, Bevo Nordmann, Bill Russell, Tom Sanders, Larry Siegfried, John Thompson and Gerry Ward. Five members of that season’s Boston Celtics team, K. Jones, S. Jones, Heinsohn, Russell and Havlicek, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. 3 players, S. Jones, Russell and Havlicek, were also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of the NBA. Boston Celtics was managed by Coach Red Auerbach in the 1964–65 NBA Season.

 

4. Los Angeles Lakers (1986–87)

Fourth NBA franchise in Los Angeles pacers Association National Basketball Association in the 1986-87 season won 65-17 record with a winning average of .793, and our list of the top 10 teams in NBA history numbers are in place. 1986-87 NBA season, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar team squad members, Adrian Branch, Frank Brickowski, Michael Cooper, AC Green, Magic Johnson, Wes Matthews, Kurt Rambis, Mike Smrek, Byron Scott, Billy Thompson, Mychal Thompson and James were able. Los Angeles pacers team that season, Johnson has three members, competent and Abdul Jabbar, Basketball Hall of Fame was added. 3 player, Johnson, Abdul-Jabbar is also entered in the list of the 50 greatest NBA players of all time. Los Angeles was organized by the pacers 1986-87 NBA season coach Pat Riley.

5. Philadelphia 76ers (1966–67)

NBA franchise Philadelphia 76ers achieved 68–13 record with a winning average of .840 in the 1966–67 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the fifth place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1966–67 NBA season were Wilt Chamberlain, Larry Costello, Billy Cunningham, Dave Gambee, Hal Greer, Matt Guokas, Luke Jackson, Wali Jones, Bill Melchionni, Chet Walker and Bob Weiss. Four members of that season’s Philadelphia 76ers team, Greer, Chamberlain, Cunningham and Walker, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. 3 players, Greer, Chamberlain and Cunningham, were also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of the NBA. Philadelphia 76ers was managed by Coach Alex Hannum in the 1966–67 NBA Season.

6. New York Knicks (1969–70)

NBA franchise New York Knicks achieved 60–22 record with a winning average of .732 in the 1969–70 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the sixth place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1969–70 NBA season were Dick Barnett, Nate Bowman, Bill Bradley, Dave DeBusschere, Walt Frazier, Bill Hosket, Don May, Willis Reed, Mike Riordan, Cazzie Russell, Dave Stallworth and John Warren. Four members of that season’s New York Knicks team, Frazier, Bradley, DeBusschere and Reed, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. 3 players, Frazier, DeBusschere and Reed, were also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of NBA. New York Knicks was managed by Coach Red Holzman in the 1969–70 NBA Season.

7. Chicago Bulls (1995–96)

NBA franchise Chicago Bulls achieved 72–10 record with a winning average of .878 in the 1995–96 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the seventh place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1995–96 NBA season were Randy Brown, Jud Buechler, Jason Caffey, James Edwards, Jack Haley, Ron Harper, Michael Jordan, Steve Kerr, Luc Longley, Toni Kukoč, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, John Salley, Dickey Simpkins and Bill Wennington. Three members of that season’s Chicago Bulls team, Jordan, Pippen and Rodman, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. 2 players, Jordan and Pippen, were also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of the NBA.

8. Chicago Bulls (1991–92)


NBA franchise achieved a 67-15 record with a winning average of .817 in the 1991-92 season the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association, and eighth place in our list of the top 10 teams in NBA history is included. 1991-92 NBA season was the team squad member BJ Armstrong, Bill Cartwright, Horace Grant, Bob Hansen, Craig Hodges, and Dennis Hopson, Michael Jordan, Stacey King, Cliff Levingston, Chuck Nevitt, John Paxson, Will Perdue, Scottie Pippen, Mark Randall, Rory Sparrow and Scott Williams. Chicago Bulls team that season, was added to the Basketball Hall of members, known as Jordan and Pippen. 2 players, Jordan and Pippen, was listed in the list of 50 greatest NBA players of all time. Chicago was organized by coach Phil Jackson Bulls 1991-92 NBA season.

9. Philadelphia 76ers (1982–83)


NBA Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association franchise achieved record of 65-17 with a winning average of .793 in the 1982-83 season of the association, and ninth place in our list of the top 10 teams in NBA history is included. A member of the 1982-83 NBA season team squad JJ Anderson, Maurice Cheeks, Earl Cureton, Franklin Edwards, Julius Erving, Mark Iavaroni, Clemon Johnson, from Reggie Johnson, Bobby Jones, Moses Malone and Mark McNamara said, Clint Richardson Schoene you, Russ and Andrew Toney. Philadelphia 76ers team that season, Erving and two members of Malone, was added to the Basketball Hall of Fame. 2 players, Erving and Malone, also entered the list of the 50 greatest NBA players of all time. Philadelphia 76ers 1982-83 NBA season, coach Billy Cunningham was organized by.

10. Detroit Pistons (1988–89)

NBA franchise Detroit Pistons achieved 63–19 record with a winning average of .768 in the 1988–89 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the tenth place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1988–89 NBA season were Mark Aguirre, Adrian Dantley, Darryl Dawkins, Fennis Dembo, Joe Dumars, James Edwards, Steve Harris, Vinnie Johnson, Bill Laimbeer, John Long, Rick Mahorn, Pace Mannion, Dennis Rodman, Jim Rowinski, John Salley, Isiah Thomas and Micheal Williams. Four members of that season’s Detroit Pistons team, Thomas, Dumars, Dantley and Rodman, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. Thomas was also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of the NBA. Detroit Pistons was managed by Coach Chuck Daly in the 1988–89 NBA Season.

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