16 leading NBA

16 leading game NBA (National Basketball Association) of all time .

We are entering the week now with basically no games (except for the seemingly unrelated Belarus Football League) and frankly, we have enough. Like many people, the team at Man of Man develops on the efforts of our more gifted citizens. Without rugby, the NFL or football to entertain us, we’re starting to wonder if the game really existed, or if it’s just a beautiful form of our imagination. Well, good news team, the game is definitely there and we know where to meet it. With the help of some pretty tricky Reddit users, we’ve revealed the best NBA games ever, but not just a handful. Oh no, We have got the top 16 position in the league.

Here is a list of the 16 leading NBA games of all time, excluding anything since 2013.

1:Boston Celtics VS. Phoenix Suns

Game 5 The 1976 NBA Finals is widely regarded as the closest game in NBA history, with five of the 1976 NBA Finals being one of the league’s most famous moments. Everything that can happen in the game of basketball happened in this game of basketball. It’s a game of thrilling hours that meets today’s highest entertainment standards.
Date: June 4, 1976
Location: Boston Gardens, Boston, Massachusetts
Teams: Boston Celtics VS. Phoenix Suns
Coaches: Tom Heinsohn and John Macleod

2: East VS. West

2001 NBA All-Star Game Allen lverson In his prime, Vince Carter jumps on small buildings and Tim Duncan shoots like it’s nothing. The 2001 NBA All-Star Game is one of the best NBA games of all time, with the exception of lonely abilities. The number of superstars on display is so outrageous, not to mention that this crazy camera angle made it the first and only appearance. Oh, and there’s a little-known guy named Michael Jordan who stands in some sharp buckets.
Date: February 11, 2001
Location: MCI Center, Washington DC.
Teams: East VS. West

3: Chicago Bulls VS. Utah Jazz

Michael Jordan’s Flu Game Was it the flu? Was there a hangover? Was it food poisoning? No one really knows what caused Michael Jordan’s secret illness in five of the 1997 NBA Finals. All we know is that although it was definitely not Covid 19, even the corona virus had a hard time stopping GOAT from showing up. Heaven knows what Utah did.
Date: June 11, 1997
Location: Delta Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Teams: Chicago Bulls VS. Utah Jazz
Coaches: Phil Jackson and Jerry Sloan

4: Houston Rockets VS. San Antonio Spurs

The Tracy McGrady Show is the only game on this list where we really remember the results. Houston combo guard / forward Tracy McGrady took full power, making it not only one of the best NBA games of all time, but one of the best individual performances ever.
Date: December 9, 2004
Location: Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Teams: Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs

5: Los Angeles Lakers VS. Toronto Raptors

Kobe’s 81-point game One of the most memorable individual performances in sports history, Kobe’s game against the Raptors is one of the things in basketball fiction. It is almost impossible to understand how important this game was and how the game itself had a lasting effect on man.
Date: January 22, 2006
Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Teams: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Toronto Raptors
Coaches: Phil Jackson and Sam Mitchell

6:Portland Trailblazers VS. Phoenix Suns

Long before the infamous Sir Charles came to know that he was a commentator, and dear Buffoon, we know, Charles Berkley was the most competitive in the NBA. The Round Town of Rewand was an absolute machine at both ends of the court and could be Sir Charles’ best NBA game of all time.
Date: May 2, 1995
Location: Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon
Teams: Portland Trailblazers VS. Phoenix Suns
Coaches: PJ Carlesmo and Paul Westfall, Cotton Fitzsimons

7: Los Angeles Lakers VS. Philadelphia 76ers

Game 1 2001 NBA Finals The game that inspired basketball fans around the world to overcome their opponents, and strengthened Allen Iverson as a true icon of the game. It may not be the best NBA game ever, but with AI, Shaq and Kobe in full flight, it’s definitely the most fun.
Date: June 6, 2001
Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Teams: Los Angeles Lakers VS. Philadelphia 76ers
Coaches: Phil Jackson and Larry Brown

8:Philadelphia 76ers VS. Los Angeles Lakers

With Karim Abdul Jabbar, the centerpiece of magic dramas, the game’s all-time leading scorer and the number one Lakers player of the 1980s, denied the injury, the so-called rogue point guard extended to the plate. After all, it’s not only one of the best NBA games of all time, but also one of the weirdest. Really Magic
Date: May 16, 1980
Location: Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Teams: Philadelphia 76ers VS. Los Angeles Lakers
Coaches: Billy Cunningham and Paul Westhead

9: New York Knicks VS. Indiana Pacers

Reggie Miller Silence New York Forget what you think you know about Reggie Miller. Before he could give a foolish debater clear insight, the Indiana Pacers winner was a stone-throwing assassin. His attempt against New York in 1994 is proof of that.
Date: June 1, 1994
Location: Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
Teams: New York Knicks VS. Indiana Pacers
Coaches: Pat Riley and Larry Brown

10: Boston Celtics VS. Los Angeles Lakers

Showtime in the Garden Prior to the 1985 NBA Finals, the Lakers had never beaten the Celtics in a championship series. They entered Game 6 with their best chances of doing so, but went on the field against a stacked team led by Larry Bird and Kevin McHale. One of the first battles in NBA history.
Date: June 9, 1985
Location: Boston Gardens, Boston, Massachusetts
Teams: Boston Celtics VS. Los Angeles Lakers
Coaches: K.C. Jones and Pat Riley

11:Miami Heat VS. San Antonio Spurs

Ray Allen Money Shot Bang is a simple word that has forever stuck in the minds of NBA fans around the world. Relive it with all its splendor.
Date: June 18, 2013
Location: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
Teams: Miami Heat VS. San Antonio Spurs
Coaches: Erik spoelstra and Gregg Popovich

12: Auburn Hills Palace

The most infamous moment of Malice basketball in the palace. Not the best NBA game of all time, but undoubtedly the most important part of it. Fifteen years later, it’s still amazing to see.
Date: November 19, 2004
Location: Auburn Hills Palace, Michigan, USA
Attendance: 22,076
Referee: Tim Donaghy, Ron Garretton ,Tommy Nunez, Jr

13: Houston Rockets VS. New York Knicks

Game 6 1994 NBA Finals Hakeem Olajuwon dream of an absolute prime minister completely destroyed the teams with the ease of signing. In Game 6 of the 1994 NBA Finals, he competed in the Patrick Evening Qualification for the Big Men.
Date: June 22, 1994
Venue: The Summit, Houston, Texas
Teams: Houston Rockets VS. New York Knicks
Coaches: Rudy Tomjanovich and Pat Riley

14:Boston Celtics VS. Miami Heat

In the King James Crowned Eastern Conference Final 2012, the basketball world finally saw Lebron James on full display. His fight against Boston’s Big 3 will end forever as one of the best NBA games ever.
Date: June 7, 2012
Location: TD Gardens, Boston Massachusetts
Teams: Boston Celtics VS. Miami Heat
Coaches: Doc Rivers and Erik Spoelstra

15:Los Angeles Lakers VS. Boston Celtics

Game 7 2010 NBA Finals The Kobe Lakers were finalizing the 80’s Bird / Magic feud against a stacked Boston Celtics team.
Date: June 17, 2010
Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Teams: Los Angeles Lakers VS. Boston Celtics
Coaches: Phil Jackson and Doc Rivers

16:Chicago Bulls VS. Utah Jazz

Game 6 1998 NBA Finals Shot Popular only
date: June 14, 1998
Location: Delta Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 19,911
Teams: Chicago Bulls Utah Jazz
Coaches: Phil Jackson & Jerry Sloan
References: Dick Bavetta, Hue Hollins, Danny Crawford

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