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What is the biggest turnaround in NBA history?

The biggest turnaround in NBA history has to be the Los Angeles Lakers’ 2011-2012 season. In that season, the Lakers went from having a subpar 37-45 record to a championship contending team. The additions of future Hall of Famers Steve Nash and Dwight Howard to the already talented core of Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol seemingly worked wonders for the Lakers and turned the team into a formidable powerhouse.

The turnaround proved successful as the team rolled through the regular season with a regular season record of 55-27, far better than the previous season’s. During the playoffs, the Lakers continued to thrive as they won their first round series against the Denver Nuggets in 5 games and their second round series, against the tough Oklahoma City Thunder in 5 games as well.

The Lakers eventually met the Boston Celtics in the NBA finals and took the series 4-1, earning the Lakers their 17th championship and cementing their 2011-2012 season as one of the greatest team turnarounds in NBA history.

What NBA team has the most history?

The most historically successful NBA team is arguably the Boston Celtics. Founded in 1946, the Celtics have won a record-breaking seventeen NBA championships, including eight straight from 1958-1966, as well as making 21 appearances in the NBA finals.

Eleven of their championships were won in the twelve year period between 1957 and 1969, with the team clinching their first championship in 1957 and the last one in 1976. With the help of legendary Hall of Famers, such as Bob Cousy, Bill Russell, John Havlicek, and Larry Bird, the Celtics have been the most successful team in NBA history.

As testament to this, the Celtics even hold the record for the most consecutive championship wins, which they achieved between 1959-1966, a feat that has yet to be matched.

What was the lowest NBA score ever?

The lowest NBA score ever was recorded on November 22, 1950, as the Fort Wayne Pistons defeated the Minneapolis Lakers 19-18 in a game that had only one point scored in the fourth quarter. It was the lowest-scoring game in NBA history and the only one in which both teams failed to score 20 points.

During the 1950-51 season, scoring in the NBA dropped to rock-bottom levels with teams averaging only 79.5 points per game. This was partly due to poor shooting, with teams converting just 38.1 percent of their field-goal attempts and 25.7 percent of their 3-point attempts.

Things improved in later years, as teams began to score more points and shoot with greater accuracy.

Who lost by 73 points in an NBA game?

The Dallas Mavericks lost to the Los Angeles Lakers by a score of 122-49 on Nov. 11, 2012. This was the biggest margin of victory in the history of the NBA, and the 73-point difference is the largest point deficit in a single game in NBA history.

The Lakers’ 72.3% field goal percentage was also the highest winning percentage in the history of the league. The game was also the first of a trilogy of match-ups between the two teams that year, with the Lakers winning the next two games by a combined margin of just 5 points.

Despite their dominant victory in that initial game, the Lakers were eventually eliminated by the Thunder in the Western Conference Semifinals.

Has there ever been a 0 point NBA game?

No, there has never been a 0 point NBA game. In the history of the National Basketball Association, the lowest score ever recorded in a game was a scoreless tie between the Fort Wayne Pistons and the Minnesota Timberwolves in 1983.

The two teams were tied with zero points at halftime, and the game was eventually declared a draw. In the modern era of the NBA, teams have scored as low as six points in a quarter, but that is still far from a 0 point game.

The closest an NBA has ever come to a 0 point game was in 2019, when the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat both scored only six points in the third quarter of a matchup. However, the teams still managed to score a combined total of 94 points over the course of the game.