National Basketball Association, 2010

January 03, 2018 by in Basketball Standings tags: ,

In 2010 we see the National Basketball Association hold its 120th season of premier basketball (since 1890), and 61st season of formal league play (since 1949). The season started October 27, 2009 and ran until June 17, 2010. Conventionally, this season is named NBA 2009-2010 since the exhibition and regular season started in 2009 and culminated in the NBA Finals championship series in 2010.

Thirty teams competed in an 82 game season, with sixteen of the 30 teams (53%) competing in the playoffs. The Eastern Conference and Western Conference champions faced off against each other for the NBA Finals Championship.

 

 

Championships spanning 2010-16 for Easter Conference (NBA)
Team # of Championships EC (NBA) Championship Points
Miami Heat
4 (2011-14) 56
Cleveland Cavaliers
2 (2015-16) 28
Boston Celtics 1 (2010) 14 (+14)

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Championships spanning 2010-16 for Western Conference (NBA)
Team # of Championships WC (NBA) Championship Points
Golden State Warriors
2 (2015-16) 28
San Antonio Spurs
2 (2013-14) 28
Oklahoma City Thunder
1 (2012) 14
Dallas Mavericks
1 (2011) 14
Los Angeles Lakers
1 (2010) 14 (+14)

 


 

Championships spanning 2010-16 for NBA Finals Championship
Team # of Championships Premier Championship Points
Miami Heat
2 (2012-13) 38
Cleveland Cavaliers
1 (2016) 29
Golden State Warriors
1 (2015) 29
San Antonio Spurs
1 (2014) 29
Dallas Mavericks
1 (2011) 29
Los Angeles Lakers
1 (2010) 29 (+29)

The 61st NBA Finals championship saw the Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Boston Celtics with the following results:

  1.   June 3 –  Boston Celtics 89 @ 102 Los Angeles Lakers
  2.   June 6 –  Boston Celtics 103 @ 94 Los Angeles Lakers
  3.   June 8 – Los Angeles Lakers 91 @ 84 Boston Celtics
  4.   June 10 – Los Angeles Lakers 89 @ 96 Boston Celtics
  5.   June 13 – Los Angeles Lakers 86 @ 92 Boston Celtics
  6.   June 15 – Boston Celtics 67 @ 89 Los Angeles Lakers
  7.   June 17 – Boston Celtics 79 @ 83 Los Angeles Lakers

 

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