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Narmada Bachao Andolan. National Basketball Association. Es gibt in der NBA mehrere relevante Tabellen. Die wichtigste ist die Tabelle innerhalb der Conference, da sie über die Playoff-Teilnahme bestimmt.
Die 8 besten Teams jeder Conference kommen in die Playoffs. Hinzu kommt, dass die Division Sieger automatisch in die Playoffs kommen, d. Es werden nur Siege und Niederlagen gezählt, es kann auch während der Regular Season kein unentschieden geben.
Siege nach Verlängerung werden in der Tabelle nicht anders behandelt, als Siege in der regulären Spielzeit. The new league had seventeen franchises located in a mix of large and small cities,  as well as large arenas and smaller gymnasiums and armories.
The process of contraction saw the league's smaller-city franchises move to larger cities. Louis in He remained the only non-white player in league history prior to the first African-American, Harold Hunter , signing with the Washington Capitols in During this period, the Minneapolis Lakers, led by center George Mikan , won five NBA Championships and established themselves as the league's first dynasty.
In , rookie center Bill Russell joined the Boston Celtics , which already featured guard Bob Cousy and coach Red Auerbach , and went on to lead the franchise to eleven NBA titles in thirteen seasons.
Center Wilt Chamberlain entered the league with the Warriors in and became a dominant individual star of the s, setting new single game records in scoring and rebounding Russell's rivalry with Chamberlain became one of the greatest rivalries in the history of American team sports.
The s were dominated by the Celtics. This championship streak is the longest in NBA history. They did not win the title in —67 , but regained it in the —68 season and repeated in The domination totaled nine of the ten championship banners of the s.
Louis Hawks moving to Atlanta , as well as the addition of its first expansion franchises. The leagues engaged in a bidding war.
It incorporates the silhouette of Jerry West , based on a photo by Wen Roberts, although NBA officials denied a particular player as being its influence because, according to Siegel, "They want to institutionalize it rather than individualize it.
It's become such a ubiquitous, classic symbol and focal point of their identity and their licensing program that they don't necessarily want to identify it with one player.
The ABA succeeded in signing a number of major stars in the s, including Julius Erving of the Virginia Squires , in part because it allowed teams to sign college undergraduates.
The NBA expanded rapidly during this period, one purpose being to tie up the most viable cities. From to , the NBA grew from nine franchises to Following the season, the leagues reached a settlement that provided for the addition of four ABA franchises to the NBA, raising the number of franchises in the league at that time to The end of the decade, however, saw declining TV ratings, low attendance and drug-related player issues — both perceived and real — that threatened to derail the league.
The league added the ABA's three-point field goal beginning in Later on, Larry Bird won the first three three-point shooting contests.
Michael Jordan entered the league in with the Chicago Bulls , spurring more interest in the league. In , the NBA owners began a lockout that suspended all league business until a new labor agreement could be reached, which led to the season being shortened in half.
After the breakup of the Chicago Bulls championship roster in the summer of , the Western Conference has dominated.
The Spurs reclaimed the title in against the Nets. In , the Lakers returned to the Finals , only to lose in five games to the Detroit Pistons.
The league's image was marred by a violent incident between players and fans in a November game between the Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons.
After the Spurs won the championship again in , the Finals featured two franchises making their inaugural Finals appearances. The Finals saw a rematch of the league's highest profile rivalry , the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers , with the Celtics winning, for their 17th championship.
The Lakers won back-to-back championships in and , against the Orlando Magic and the Celtics. A referee lockout began on September 1, , when the contract between the NBA and its referees expired.
The first preseason games were played on October 1, , and replacement referees from the WNBA and NBA Development League were used, the first time replacement referees had been used since the beginning of the —96 season.
The NBA and the regular referees reached a deal on October 23, In , they faced a re-match with the Dallas Mavericks but lost to the Dirk Nowitzki -led team.
They won back-to-back titles in and against the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Spurs, and lost a re-match to the Spurs in the Finals.
The —12 season began with another lockout , the league's fourth. The Cavaliers and the Warriors faced each other in the Finals a record four consecutive times.
In the —16 season, the Warriors finished the season 73—9, the best season record in NBA history. The Warriors won the and Finals against the Cavaliers.
After the departure of James in free agency in , the Cavaliers' streak of playoff and Finals appearances ended. The Warriors returned for a fifth consecutive Finals appearance in , but lost to the Toronto Raptors, who won their first championship after acquiring Kawhi Leonard in a trade.
This era also saw the continuous near year by year decline in NBA viewership. Between and , the league lost 40 to 45 percent of it viewership. While some of it can be attributed to "cable-cutting", other professional leagues, like the NFL and MLB have retained a stable viewership demographics.
That is reportedly the lowest viewership seen for the Finals since at least , when total viewers began to be regularly recorded and is a 45 percent decline from game one between the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors , which had Some attribute this decline to the political stances the league and its players are taking, while other consider load management, the uneven talent distribution between the conferences and cord cutting of younger viewers as the main reason for decline.
The Hornets temporarily moved to Oklahoma City in for two seasons because of damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. The team returned to New Orleans in A new official game ball was introduced on June 28, , for the —07 season, marking the first change to the ball in over 35 years and only the second ball in 60 seasons.
However, many players were vocal in their disdain for the new ball, saying that it was too sticky when dry, and too slippery when wet.
Commissioner Stern announced on December 11, , that beginning January 1, , the NBA would return to the traditional leather basketball in use prior to the —07 season.
The change was influenced by frequent player complaints and confirmed hand injuries cuts caused by the microfiber ball. All teams will wear jerseys with the Nike logo except the Charlotte Hornets , whose jerseys will instead have the Jumpman logo associated with longtime Nike endorser Michael Jordan , who owns the Hornets.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI began an investigation on July 19, , over allegations that veteran NBA referee Tim Donaghy bet on basketball games he officiated over the past two seasons and that he made calls affecting the point spread in those games.
Donaghy claimed in that certain referees were friendly with players and "company men" for the NBA, and he alleged that referees influenced the outcome of certain playoff and finals games in and NBA commissioner David Stern denied the allegations and said Donaghy was a convicted felon and a "singing, cooperating witness".
On alleged "star treatment" during Game 6 by the referees toward certain players, Beech claimed, "there does seem to be issues with different standards and allowances for different players.
Following a court case, the city of Seattle settled with the ownership group of the SuperSonics on July 2, , allowing the team to move to Oklahoma City immediately in exchange for terminating the final two seasons of the team's lease at KeyArena.
The first outdoor game in the modern era of the league was played at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on October 11, , between the Phoenix Suns and the Denver Nuggets.
The first official NBA league games on European ground took place in After the —13 season, the New Orleans Hornets were renamed the Pelicans.
During that season's playoffs, the Bobcats officially reclaimed the Hornets name, and by agreement with the league and the Pelicans, also received sole ownership of all history, records, and statistics from the Pelicans' time in Charlotte.
As a result, the Hornets are now officially considered to have been founded in , suspended operations in , and resumed in as the Bobcats, while the Pelicans are officially treated as a expansion team.
Donald Sterling , who was then-owner of the Los Angeles Clippers , received a lifetime ban from the NBA on April 29, after racist remarks he made became public.
Becky Hammon was hired by the San Antonio Spurs on August 5, , as an assistant coach, becoming the second female coach in NBA history but the first full-time coach.
The NBA announced on April 15, , that it would allow all 30 of its teams to sell corporate sponsor advertisement patches on official game uniforms, beginning with the —18 season.
The sponsorship advertisement patches would appear on the left front of jerseys, opposite Nike 's logo, marking the first time a manufacturer's logo would appear on NBA jerseys, and would measure approximately 2.
The NBA would become the first major North American professional sports league to allow corporate sponsorship logos on official team uniforms, and the last to have a uniform manufacturer logo appear on its team uniforms.
On July 6, , the NBA unveiled an updated rendition of its logo; it was largely identical to the previous design, except with revised typography and a "richer" color scheme.
The league began to phase in the updated logo across its properties during the NBA Summer League , but it will not immediately be used on equipment or uniforms due to lead time.
The NBA also officially released new Nike uniforms for all 30 teams beginning with the —18 season. The league eliminated "home" and "away" uniform designations.
Instead, each team would have four or six uniforms: the "Association" edition, which is the team's white uniform, the "Icon" edition, which is the team's color uniform, and the "Statement" and "City" uniforms, which most teams use as an alternate uniform.
The NBA originated in with 11 teams, and through a sequence of team expansions, reductions, and relocations, currently consists of 30 teams.
The United States is home to 29 teams; another is in Canada. The current league organization divides 30 teams into two conferences of three divisions with five teams each.
The current divisional alignment was introduced in the —05 season. Reflecting the population distribution of the United States and Canada as a whole, most teams are in the eastern half of the country: 13 teams are in the Eastern Time Zone , nine in the Central , three in the Mountain , and five in the Pacific.
Following the summer break, teams begin training camps in late September. Training camps allow the coaching staff to evaluate players especially rookies , scout the team's strengths and weaknesses, prepare the players for the rigorous regular season, and determine the man active roster and a 3-man inactive list with which they will begin the regular season.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Nate Bjorkgren. Herb Simon. Milwaukee , WI. Wesley Edens , Marc Lasry. Atlanta , GA. Atlanta Spirit LLC.
Charlotte , NC. James Borrego. AmericanAirlines Arena. Orlando , FL. Steve Clifford. Denver , CO. Michael Malone. Minnesota Timberwolves.
Minneapolis , MN. Glen Taylor. Oklahoma City Thunder. Oklahoma City , OK. Chesapeake Energy Arena. Portland , OR.
Terry Stotts. Jody Allen. Salt Lake City , UT. Vivint Smart Home Arena. San Francisco , CA. Peter Guber , Joe Lacob. Los Angeles Clippers.
Los Angeles , CA. Frank Vogel. Phoenix , AZ. Talking Stick Resort Arena. Robert Sarver. Sacramento , CA. American Airlines Center. Stephen Silas.
Tilman Fertitta. Memphis , TN. Taylor Jenkins. Robert Pera. New Orleans Pelicans.