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NBA Finals Results Championship Basketball Winners

NBA Championship Recap: Wept for the accomplishment, Lebron James' Cleveland Cavaliers defeating the Golden State Warriors here Sunday, 93-89 in Game 7 to become the first team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 Finals deficit.


Cavs came to Game 5 with everyone expecting to get closed out. Parade route planned, legacies written. Instead James started an epic run. He played nearly every minute of every game, point guard on offense, center on defense, delivering baskets and rebounds and passes … and blocks.

Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers


NBA Championship Recap: In their first NBA Finals game in 40 years, the Warriors claimed their first NBA championship in 40 years by beating the Cavaliers 105-97 at Quicken Loans Arena.


As the final seconds ticked off and the Warriors began bouncing in celebration on their bench, Stephen Curry looked up and saw LeBron James coming at him. James could do nothing more. He extended a conceding hand and congratulations.

Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers


2014 NBA Championship Recap: The Spurs blast the Heat in Game 5 to win their fifth NBA championship.


After falling 25 seconds shy of capturing the title last season only to fall in seven games to the Miami Heat, the Spurs made another run to the NBA Finals. Except this time, they closed out the Heat in five games for the team's first title since 2007. The victory parade for Spurs' fifth NBA title was part celebration and part exorcism.

San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat


2013 NBA Championship Recap: Heat win second straight Championship, victory in Game 7 brought more than another crown for LeBron James and the Miami Heat. It validated the team and its leader, forever cementing their place among the NBA's greats.


The Spurs' best threat came when they pulled to within 90-88 on a 3-pointer by Kawhi Leonard with two minutes left. They got no closer because of missed opportunities and turnovers. After James hit a jumper with 27 seconds left, he sealed it by stealing the Spurs' inbound pass on the next possession.

San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat


2012 NBA Championship Recap: Miami beats OKC 121-106, wins the final four games of the series after losing Game 1 in Oklahoma City This is Miami's second NBA Title in franchise history, they also won the 2006 NBA Championship.


Surrounded by a sea of white shirts, flanked by the teammates that he tarnished his reputation to join with one controversial decision, LeBron James moment finally came in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night at American Airlines Arena, while his incredible gifts resulted in his winning three MVP awards.

Miami Heat vs. Oklahoma City Thunder


NBA Championship Recap: The thumping, bumping, smoke-filled revelry that began 49 weeks ago, sweeping up South Beach in championship fever and transforming the Miami Heat into the most polarizing force in sports, ended in stunned silence Sunday night, in the same place where it all began.


The dancing and preening ceased. The audacity was gone. The Dallas Mavericks, a team of fewer stars, less hype and more humility, stole the Heat’s swagger, then appropriated its arena for a championship party of their own.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat


NBA Championship Recap: Sweet repeat! Lakers take epic Game 7 over Celtics.


In a back and forth struggle filled with tension and drama the whole way through, the Lakers won their second straight NBA championship behind great performances from Pau Gasol, Ron Artest, and Finals MVP Kobe Bryant. The Celtics were leading the series 3-2, but the Lakers came back to claim the final two games and the title on their home court.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Boston Celtics


2009 NBA Championship Recap: Lakers Beat Magic In Game 5 Of 2009 NBA Finals; Kobe Wins Fourth Ring.


After a disappointing loss to the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals a year earlier, the Lakers were more motivated than ever to win another title. Standing in their way was the up-and-coming Orlando Magic with a young Dwight Howard coming into his own as one of the best players in the NBA.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Orlando Magic


2008 NBA Championship Recap: The most storied rivalry in basketball will be renewed as the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers meet in Boston in the NBA Finals beginning Thursday night (June 5) in Boston. The Celtics opened as a 3-point favorite with a 193 ½ point total for Game-1 by oddsmakers at Gamblers Palace Sportsbook.

This will be Boston Celtics first NBA Finals appearance since 1987 when they lost to the Los Angeles Lakers, 4-2. In that series over 20 years ago the battle was between Ervin Magic Johnson and Larry Bird. The 2008 version of Celtics vs. Lakers is not short of super-stars either with the likes of Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Boston Celtics

The 2008 NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Boston Celtics promises to be a series to remember and it is from the old school, an instant classic.

In a match up that Lakers fans could only dream of, Kobe Bryant and company will be taking on the Boston Celtics in the NBA finals in which will be the 12 time the two teams have met in the NBA's West vs. East battle!

These two teams have met a total of 10 times in the championship game with Boston pulling out eight wins to the Lakers two. The Lakers will attempt to close the gap starting this thursday when the finals get underway, as Phil Jackson will be going for a record breaking 10th NBA title as a coach. Ironically he is tied right now for the most in NBA history with Red Auerbach who Coached the Celtic to 9 world championships.

2008 Boston Celtics Beat the LA Lakers

The Boston Celtics have won the NBA Championship for the 17th time. Boston Celtics returned to glory like the great teams before them. The cigars were lit. The green party rocked. The team was bigger than just its big three. Kevin Garnett, one of Boston’s Big-3 won his first NBA title and ring and the scene of the Celtics' title No. 17 left enduring images on a city and its fans. 

 

2007 San Antonio Spurs vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers Recap


The NBA Finals are the most exciting games in all of pro basketball and this year it's the San Antonio Spurs vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers. Who will bring home the title? Can LeBron lift the Cavs over San Antonio or will Tim Duncan and the Spurs end King James' postseason reign?

The Spurs, are veteran group led by two-time league MVP and three-time Finals MVP Tim Duncan as well as head coach Gregg Popovich, in his 12th year with San Antonio compiling a .676 winning percentage and garnering the 2003 NBA Coach of the Year Award in the process.

The Cavs, are a group of upstarts led by the magnificent LeBron James and the young coach Mike Brown, once a Popovich assistant, who has guided Cleveland to a 100-64 mark in his two seasons at the helm.

 

2007 NBA Finals Championship Results

 

The San Antonio Spurs go for their fourth NBA title in nine years, a feat that would qualify them as a NBA dynasty. The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 83-82 to win their fourth NBA Championship. The Spurs swept the series 4-0.

Tim Duncan had 24 points, 13 rebounds and five big blocked shots to lead the San Antonio Spurs to an 85-76 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

In Game two, the Spurs dominated for most of the game, leading by as many as 29 points late in the third quarter before the Cavaliers made a run in the fourth. But it was too late for Cleveland and San Antonio came away with a 103-92 victory.

The Spurs took a commanding 3-0 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers after a 75-72 victory in Game 3.

The rest was history, With an 83-82 escape that broomed away LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers and completed its first-ever Finals sweep, San Antonio joins an elite group of teams in NBA history that have won four titles in less than a decade, slotting in alongside the 1990s Chicago Bulls (six titles in eight seasons), the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers (five titles and three more trips to the Finals in that decade), the old Boston Celtics (nine championships in the '60s and 11 in 13 seasons from 1957-69) and the original Lakers in Minneapolis (five in six seasons from 1949-54). The Spurs are thus one of only four franchises since the NBA's inception in 1947 to win a championship four times, leaving them behind only the Celtics (16), Lakers (14) and Bulls (six).

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