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NBA Teams: Names, Logos, List, Ranking

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The NBA Finals ended recently, with the surprise victory of LeBron James ‘ Cleveland Cavaliers, who managed to get the better of the Golden State Warriors. Surprisingly, not because the Ohio team was not strong and did not aim for the title – after all it had reached the final last year – but rather because California’s opponents had set various records this year.

As you know, however, in the NBA there are no deductibles – because that’s the name of the teams – destined to win forever. The mechanism of the salary cap , that is of the salary cap that no company can overcome, combined with the Draft periodically causes the forces to be shuffled.

Just think that the Warriors until four years ago could not even go to the playoffs, while the Cavs until three years ago lost more games than they won. In short, no team seems destined to lose forever, and this feeds the joy of the fans.

And you, which team or teams do you support? Here is the complete list:

NBA Teams List

Atlanta Hawks

Atlanta Hawks

Conference and Division: Eastern Conference, Southeast Division
City: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Owner: Tony Ressler
General manager: Travis Schlenk
Head coach: Lloyd Pierce
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated at the Conference finals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2015/16: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the Washington Wizards
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 24-58)
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 29-53)
History: The history of the Atlanta Hawks is very complicated. The company was founded in 1946 in Buffalo: the Buffalo Bisons were created there, which militated in the NBL, a forerunner of the NBA. After just 38 days, however, the team moved to Moline, Illinois, changing its name to Tri-Cities Blackhawks. After being among the founders of the NBA, they moved to Milwaukee in 1951, taking the nickname Hawks. In 1955 they moved to St. Louis, where they played some excellent vintages. In 1968 the team finally settled in Atlanta.
Titles won and/or best places: 1 NBA title (1958).
Most representative players in history :
– Bob Pettit (league MVP in 1956 and 1959, rookie of the year in 1955 and 11 calls to the All-Star Game)
– Cliff Hagan (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Lenny Wilkens (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Lou Hudson (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dominique Wilkins (9 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dikembe Mutombo (defensive player of the year in 1997 and 1998 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Alan Henderson (most improved player of the year in 1998)
– Joe Johnson (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jamal Crawford (best sixth man of the year in 2010)

Boston Celtics

Boston Celtics

Conference and Division: Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division
City: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Owner: Boston Basketball Partners
General manager: Danny Ainge
Head coach: Brad Stevens
Results in the last 5 years :
2014/15: defeated in the first playoff round against the Cleveland Cavaliers
2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the Atlanta Hawks
– 2016/17: defeated in the Conference finals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2017/18: defeated in the Conference finals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2018/19: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Milwaukee Bucks
History: The Boston Celtics are one of the founding teams of the NBA, having played all the championships in the history of the league. Not only that: they are also the most successful team because they have 17 titles on the bulletin board, one more than the bitter rivals of the Los Angeles Lakers. The merit of an incredibly lucky period in the 60s, when they won 8 championships consecutively and 11 in the space of 13 years.
Won titles and / or best placements : 17 NBA titles (1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1974, 1976, 1981, 1984, 1986 and 2008).
Most representative players in history :
– Bob Cousy (MVP of the league in 1957 and 13 calls to the All Star Game)
– Ed Macauley (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Bill Sharman (8 calls to the All Star Game)
– Tom Heinsohn (rookie of the year in 1957 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Bill Russell (MVP of the league in 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963 and 1965 and 12) All Star Game summons)
– Sam Jones (5 All Star Game summons)
– Dave Cowens (League MVP in 1973, rookie of the year in 1971 and 8 All Star Game summons)
– John Havlicek (MVP of the finals in 1974 and 13 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jo Jo White (MVP of the finals in 1976 and 7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Cedric Maxwell (MVP of the finals in 1981)
– Larry Bird (MVP of the league in 1984, 1985 and 1986, MVP of the finals in 1984 and 1986, rookie of the year in 1980 and 12 calls to theAll Star Game)
– Robert Parish (9 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kevin McHale (best sixth man of the year in 1984 and 1985 and 7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Bill Walton (best sixth man of the year in 1986)
– Paul Pierce (MVP of the finals in 2008 and 10 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kevin Garnett (best defensive player of the year in 2008 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)

Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn Nets

Conference and Division: Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division
City: New York, New York, USA
Owne : Joseph Tsai
General manager : Sean Marks
Head coach : Kenny Atkinson
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the first round of playoffs against the Atlanta Hawks
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 21-61)
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 20-62)
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 28 -54)
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round against the Philadelphia 76ers
History: the team was founded in 1967 to be one of the main teams in the ABA, the league that then rivaled the NBA. It was initially called New Jersey Americans, although a year later the location was moved to Long Island and the name changed to New York Nets. In the ABA the team managed to win two titles, but in 1976 the two leagues merged and the Nets moved to the NBA, moving the following year back to New Jersey. Finally, in 2012 the franchise returned to New York and to be precise in Brooklyn, assuming its current name.
Titles won and / or best placements : 2 ABA titles (1974 and 1976).
Most representative players in history :
– Brian Taylor (ABA rookie of the year in 1973 and 2 calls to the ABA All Star Game)
– Julius Erving (MVA of the ABA league in 1974, 1975 and 1976 and 3 calls to the ABA All Star Game)
– Buck Williams (rookie of the year in 1982 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Derrick Coleman (rookie of the year in 1991 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Jason Kidd (5 calls to the All Star Game)

Charlotte Hornets

The Charlotte Hornets logo, NBA team

Conference and Division: Eastern Conference, Southeast Division
City: Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Owner: Michael Jordan
General manager: Mitch Kupchak
Head coach: James Borrego
Results in the last 5 years:
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs ( record: 33-49)
– 2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the Miami Heat
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 36-46)
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 36 -46)
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 39-43)
history: The team is also very young, having been founded in 1988 following the expansion campaign of the NBA. After a few seasons of meager success, the team moved to New Orleans in 2002, changing its name to New Orleans Hornets. In 2004, however, thanks also to the good number of fans left in Charlotte, a new NBA team was founded in the city, the Charlotte Bobcats, the team of which became the first owner, in 2010, the legend Michael Jordan. In 2013, finally, the New Orleans team decided to change its name to Pelicans, returning the old name of Hornets to the city of Charlotte, thus with old records.
Titles won and/or best places: reached the Conference semifinals 4 times.
Most representative players in history :
– Larry Johnson (rookie of the year in 1992 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dell Curry (best sixth man of the year in 1994)
– Glen Rice (3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Emeka Okafor (rookie from the year 2005)
– Kemba Walker (3 calls to All Star Game)

Chicago Bulls

The logo of the Chicago Bulls, NBA team

Conference and Division: Eastern Conference, Central Division
City: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Owner: Jerry Reinsdorf
General manager: Gar Forman
Head coach: Jim Boylen
Results in the last 5 years:
– 2014/15: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 42-40)
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the Boston Celtics
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 27-55)
– 2018 / 19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 22-60)
history: founded in 1966, the Chicago Bulls team is still one of the most famous in the NBA today. A reputation linked to what happened in the 90s, when Michael Jordan dragged the team to six titles, making the NBA itself a championship followed all over the world and one of the most profitable brands of American professional sport.
Won titles and/or best placements : 6 NBA titles (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998).
Most representative players in history :
– Chet Walker (4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Artis Gilmore (4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Michael Jordan (MVP of the league in 1988, 1991, 1992, 1996 and 1998, MVP of the finals in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997 and 1998, best defensive player of the year in 1988, rookie of the year in 1985 and 12 calls to the All Star Game)
– Scottie Pippen (7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Toni Kukoč (best sixth man of the year in 1996)
– Elton Brand (rookie of the year in 2000)
– Ben Gordon (best sixth man of the year in 2005)
– Derrick Rose (MVP of the league in 2011, rookie of the year in 2009 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Joakim Noah (best defensive player of the year in 2014 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jimmy Butler (most improved player of the year in 2015 and 3 calls to theAll Star Game)

Cleveland Cavaliers

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Central Division
City : Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Owners : Jeff Cohen and Nate Forbes
General manager : Koby Altman
Head coach : John Beilein
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the NBA finals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2015/16: NBA title winners
– 2016/17: defeated in the NBA finals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2017/18: defeated in the NBA finals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record : 19-63)
History: The Cavaliers were founded in 1970 but for a long time they played in the lower parts of the ranking, becoming famous, in certain seasons, for their flops. Things changed in the 2000s, with the arrival of LeBron James, the house idol who left and then returned to the sheepfold to take home the first (and so far only) title.
Titles won and / or best placements : 1 NBA title (2016).
Most representative players in history :
– Brad Daugherty (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– LeBron James (MVP of the league in 2009 and 2010, MVP of the finals in 2016, rookie of the year in 2004 and 10 calls to the All Star Game )
– Kyrie Irving (rookie of the year in 2012 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)

Dallas Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks logo of the NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Southwest Division
City : Dallas, Texas, USA
Owner : Mark Cuban
General manager : Donnie Nelson
Head coach : Rick Carlisle
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the first playoff round against The Houston Rockets
– 2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the Oklahoma City Thunder
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 33-49)
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 24-58 )
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 33-49)
history: in Dallas there was already a team (the Dallas Chaparrals) that had played in the 60s and 70s in ABA. for this reason in 1980 the NBA allowed the birth of a new franchise in the Texan city. The company experienced a period of glory in the mid-80s and then, above all, with the arrival of Dirk Nowitzki in the late 90s.
Titles won and / or best placements : 1 NBA title (2011).
Most representative players in history :
– Roy Tarpley (best sixth man of the year in 1988)
– Jason Kidd (rookie of the year in 1995 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Antawn Jamison (best sixth man of the year in 2004 )
– Dirk Nowitzki (MVP of the league in 2007, MVP of the finals in 2011 and 14 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jason Terry (best sixth man of the year in 2009)
– Luka Dončić (rookie of the year in 2019)

Denver Nuggets

The Denver Nuggets logo, NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Northwest Division
City : Denver, Colorado, USA
Owner : Ann Walton Kroenke
General manager : Artūras Karnišovas
Head coach : Michael Malone
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: not qualified in the playoffs (record : 30-52)
– 2015/16: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 33-49)
– 2016/17: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 40-42)
– 2017/18: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 46 -36)
– 2018/19: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Portland Trail Blazers
History: the team was created in 1967 under the name Denver Larks to play in the ABA, but immediately changed its name to Denver Rockets. It then changed its name in 1974, assuming the current one. Two years later, in 1976, the ABA was closed and some of its teams, including the Nuggets, were absorbed into the NBA.
Won titles and / or best placements : 11 Division titles (1970, 1975 and 1976 in the ABA; 1977, 1978, 1985, 1988, 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2019 in the NBA).
Most representative players in history :
– Spencer Haywood (MVP of the league in 1970, rookie of the year in 1970 and 1 call to the All Star Game, all in ABA)
– David Thompson (rookie of the year of the ABA in 1976 and 4 summons to

– Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf (most improved player of the year in 1993)
– Dikembe Mutombo (best defender of the year in 1995 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Marcus Camby (best defender of the year in 2007)

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Detroit Pistons

The Detroit Pistons logo of the NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Central Division
City : Detroit, Michigan, USA
Owner : Tom Gores
General manager : Jeff Bower
Head coach : Dwane Casey
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 32-50)
– 2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 37-45)
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 39-43 )
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round against the Milwaukee Bucks
History: The Pistons were even founded in 1941 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in the midst of the Second World War. After playing a few seasons in the NBL and BAA, they were among the founders of the NBA in 1949. A few years later, in 1957, they moved to Detroit, the auto city. They experienced seasons of great dusting between the end of the 80s and the early 2000s.
Won titles and / or best placements : 3 NBA titles (1989, 1990 and 2004).
Most representative players in history :
– Monk Meineke (rookie of the year in 1953)
– Larry Foust (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– George Yardley (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Gene Shue (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dave Bing (rookie of the year in 1967 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Bob Lanier (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Joe Dumars (MVP of the finals in 1989 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Isiah Thomas (MVP of the finals in 1990 and 12 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dennis Rodman (best defensive player of the year in 1990 and 1991 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Grant Hill (rookie of the year in 1995 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Corliss Williamson (best sixth man of the year in 2002)
– Ben Wallace (best defensive player of the year in 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Chauncey Billups (MVP of the finals in 2004 and 3 calls to theAll Star Game)

Golden State Warriors

The logo of the Golden State Warriors, NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Pacific Division
City : San Francisco, California, USA
Owner : Joe Lacob
General manager : Bob Myers
Head coach : Steve Kerr
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: NBA title winners
– 2015/16: defeated in the NBA finals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2016/17: NBA title winners
– 2017/18: NBA title winners
– 2018/19: defeated in the NBA finals by the Toronto Raptors
History: The Warriors were born in Philadelphia in 1946, where they also achieved some important successes. In 1962, however, they decided to move to San Francisco, becoming the San Francisco Warriors. A few years later, in 1971, they changed their name to Golden State Warriors.
Won titles and / or best placements : 6 NBA titles (1947, 1956, 1975, 2015, 2017 and 2018).
Most representative players in history :
– Paul Arizin (10 calls to the All Star Game)
– Neil Johnston (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Woody Sauldsberry (rookie of the year in 1958 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Wilt Chamberlain (league MVP and rookie of the year in 1960 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Nate Thurmond (7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Rick Barry (MVP of the Finals in 1975, rookie of the year in 1966 and 8 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jamaal Wilkes (rookie of the year in 1975 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Chris Mullin (5 calls All Star Game)
– Mitch Richmond (rookie of the year in 1989)
– Chris Webber (rookie of the year in 1994)
– Gilbert Arenas (most improved player of the year in 2003)
– Monta Ellis (most improved player of the year in 2007)
– Andre Iguodala (Finals MVP in 2015)
– Stephen Curry (league MVP in 2015 and 2016 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Klay Thompson (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Draymond Green ( best defender of the year in 2017 and 3 calls toAll Star Game)
– Kevin Durant (Finals MVP in 2017 and 2018 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)

Houston Rockets

Houston Rockets NBA Team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Southwest Division
City : Houston, Texas, USA
Owner : Tilman Fertitta
General manager : Daryl Morey
Head coach : Mike D’Antoni
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated at the Conference finals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the Golden State Warriors
– 2016/17: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the San Antonio Spurs
– 2017/18: defeated in the Conference finals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2018 / 19: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Golden State Warriors
History: The Rockets team was founded in 1967 with an initial base in San Diego. Four years later the new owners moved the franchise to Houston, making the team grow to several NBA finals.
Titles won and / or best places : 2 NBA titles (1994 and 1995).
Most representative players in history :
– Rudy Tomjanovich (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Moses Malone (MVP of the league in 1979 and 1982 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Ralph Samson (rookie of the year in 1984 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Hakeem Olajuwon (MVP of the league in 1994, MVP of the finals in 1994 and 1995, best defender of the year in 1993 and 1994 and 12 calls to the All Star Game)
– Steve Francis (rookie of the year in 2000 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Yao Ming (8 calls to the All Star Game)
– Eric Gordon (best sixth man of the year in 2017)
– James Harden (MVP of the league in 2018 and 7 calls to the All Star Game)

Indiana Pacers

Indiana Pacers Logo

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Central Division
City : Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Owner : Herbert Simon
General manager : Chad Buchanan
Head coach : Nate McMillan
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 38-44)
– 2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the Toronto Raptors
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round against the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round against the Boston Celtics
History: although Indiana is a land where basketball is chewed and the local team is particularly loved in Indianapolis, the Pacers have only existed since 1967, when they were founded within the ABA. In this league the Pacers won three titles, before it merged with the NBA in 1976.
Titles won and / or best placements : 3 ABA titles (1970, 1972, 1973).
Most representative players in history :
– Mel Daniels (6 calls to the ABA All Star Game)
– Chuck Person (rookie of the year in 1987)
– Detlef Schrempf (best sixth man of the year in 1991 and 1992 and 1 call to the ‘All Star Game)
– Reggie Miller (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jalen Rose (most improved player of the’
– Jermaine O’Neal (most improved player of the year in 2002 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Metta World Peace (defensive player of the year in 2004 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Danny Granger (most player improved of the year in 2009 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Paul George (most improved player of the year in 2013 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Victor Oladipo (most improved player of the year in 2018 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)

Los Angeles Clippers

The logo of the Los Angeles Clippers, an NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Pacific Division
City : Los Angeles, California, USA
Owner : Steve Ballmer
General manager : Michael Winger
Head coach : Doc Rivers
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Houston Rockets
– 2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the Portland Trail Blazers
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the Utah Jazz
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 42-40)
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round against the Golden State Warriors
History: the team was founded in 1970 in Buffalo, in the state of New York, with the name of Buffalo Braves, obtaining some success already in the first years of life. In 1978, however, she moved to San Diego changing her name to Clippers and in 1984 she was moved again to Los Angeles by the new owner, Donald Sterling.
Titles won and / or best places : 2 Division titles (2013 and 2014).
Most representative players in history :
– Bob McAdoo (MVP of the league in 1975, rookie of the year in 1973 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Ernie DiGregorio (rookie of the year in 1974)
– Adrian Dantley (rookie of the year in 1977)
– Terry Cummings (rookie of the year in 1983)
– Bobby Simmons (most improved player of the year in 2005)
– Blake Griffin (rookie of the year in 2011 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Chris Paul (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jamal Crawford (best sixth man of the year in 2014 and 2016)
– Lou Williams ( best sixth man of the year in 2018 and 2019)

Los Angeles Lakers

The logo of the Los Angeles Lakers, NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Pacific Division
City : Los Angeles, California, USA
Owner : Jeanie Buss
General manager : Rob Pelinka
Head coach : Frank Vogel
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs ( record: 21-61)
– 2015/16: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 17-65)
– 2016/17: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 26-56)
– 2017/18: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 35-47)
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 37-45)
history: the team was founded in 1947 in Minneapolis, picking up the legacy of the Detroit Gems. Precisely in Minneapolis, the team began to reap the first important successes, before being transferred to Los Angeles in 1960. It is one of the most successful teams in NBA history, second only to the Boston Celtics, and one of those with the most fans in the world.
Won titles and / or best placements : 16 NBA titles (1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1972, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009 and 2010).
Most representative players in history :
– Vern Mikkelsen (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Elgin Baylor (rookie of the year in 1959 and 11 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jerry West (MVP of the Finals in 1969 and 14 calls to the ‘All Star Game)
– Wilt Chamberlain (MVP of the Finals in 1972 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (MVP of the league in 1976, 1977 and 1980, MVP of the Finals in 1985 and 13 calls to the All Star Game)
– Magic Johnson (MVP of the league in 1987, 1989 and 1990, MVP of the Finals in 1980, 1982 and 1987 and 12 calls to the All Star Game)
– Michael Cooper (defender of the year in 1987)
– James Worthy (MVP of the Finals in 1988 and 7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Shaquille O’Neal (MVP of the league in 2000, MVP of the Finals in 2000, 2001 and 2002 and 7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kobe Bryant (MVP of the league in 2008, MVP of the Finals in 2009 and 2010 and 18 calls to the All Star Game)
– Lamar Odom (best sixth man of theyear in 2011)

Memphis Grizzlies

The logo of the NBA team Memphis Grizzlies

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Southwest Division
City : Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Owner : Robert Pera
General manager : Chris Wallace
Head coach : JB Bickerstaff
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Goldens State Warriors
– 2015/16: defeated in the first playoff round against the San Antonio Spurs
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the San Antonio Spurs
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 22-60)
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 33-49)
history: The Grizzlies were born in 1995 in Vancouver, as part of that expansion process that had led the NBA to also give birth to the Toronto Raptors that same year. The team stayed in Canada for 6 years, but in 2001 the new owner decided to move it to Memphis, still maintaining the old name.
Titles won and / or best placements : 1 Conference final.
Most representative players in history :
– Pau Gasol (rookie of the year in 2002 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Mike Miller (sixth man of the year in 2006)
– Marc Gasol (defender of the year in 2013 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)

Miami Heat

The Miami Heat logo of the NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Southeast Division
City : Miami, Florida, USA
Owner : Micky Arison
General manager : Pat Riley
Head coach : Erik Spoelstra
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 37-45)
– 2015/16: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Toronto Raptors
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 41-41)
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round against the Philadelphia 76ers
– 2018 / 19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 39-43)
history: the team is also very young, having been founded in 1988 following the expansion campaign of the NBA which also led to the birth of the Orlando “cousins”. The Heat, however, were born as a winning team: often in the play-offs, they also already have three titles in the Palmares, obtained thanks to the wise organization of general manager Pat Riley, former coach of the Lakers.
Won titles and / or best placements : 3 NBA titles (2006, 2012 and 2013).
Most representative players in history :
– Rony Seikaly (most improved player in 1990)
– Isaac Austin (most improved player in 1997)
– Alonzo Mourning (defensive player of the year in 1999 and 2000 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dwyane Wade (MVP of the finals in 2006 and 13 calls to the All Star Game)
– Shaquille O’Neal (3 calls to the All Star Game)
– LeBron James (MVP of the league in 2012 and 2013, MVP of the finals in 2012 and 2013 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Chris Bosh (6 calls to the All Star Game)

Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks logo, NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Central Division
City : Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Owner : Marc Lasry
General manager : Jon Horst
Head coach : Mike Budenholzer
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the first playoff round against the Chicago Bulls
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 33-49)
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the Toronto Raptors
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round against the Boston Celtics
– 2018/19: defeated at the Conference finals by the Toronto Raptors
History: The Milwaukee Bucks were born in 1968 and immediately began to have their say in the NBA, so much so that already in 1971 they won the first (and for now only) title. In their history they have never moved from Milwaukee, exhibiting great basketball for many years. After a few years of fogging, the team has recently returned to shine thanks to the talent of Giannīs Antetokounmpo.
Titles won and / or best places : 1 NBA title (1971).
Most representative players in history :
– Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (MVP of the league in 1971, 1972 and 1974, MVP of the finals in 1971, rookie of the year in 1970 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Marques Johnson (4 calls to the ‘All Star Game)
– Sidney Moncrief (defensive player of the year in 1983 and 1984 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Ricky Pierce (best sixth man of the year in 1987 and 1990 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Malcolm Brogdon (rookie of the year in 2017)
– Giannīs Antetokounmpo (MVP of the league in 2019, most improved player of the year in 2017 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)

Minnesota Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves logo, NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Northwest Division
City : Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Owner : Glen Taylor
General manager : Scott Layden
Head coach : Ryan Saunders
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: not qualified for the playoffs (record: 16-66)
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 29-53)
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 31-51)
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round against the Houston Rockets
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 36-46)
history: the Minnesota Timberwolves are one of the youngest teams in the league, having been born in 1989. After a few years of difficulty, they became a solid reality with the arrival of Kevin Garnett, who led them to the best results in the history of the franchise, still unmatched.
Won titles and / or best places : 1 Division title (2004).
Most representative players in history :
– Kevin Garnett (league MVP in 2004 and 10 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kevin Love (most improved player of the year in 2011 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Andrew Wiggins (rookie of the year in 2015)
– Kar-Anthony Towns (rookie of the year in 2016 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)

New Orleans Pelicans

The logo of the New Orleans Pelicans, NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Southwest Division
City : New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Owner : Gayle Benson
General manager : Dell Demps
Head coach : Alvin Gentry
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the first round of playoffs against the Golden State Warriors
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 30-52)
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 34-48)
– 2017/18: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 33-49)
history: the franchise comes from the Charlotte Hornets, who moved to Louisiana in 2002. In fact, for a few years, the team was called New Orleans Hornets, bringing with it the history of the old team. However, things changed further between 2013 and 2014. first, the franchise changed its name to New Orleans Pelicans. then the new team that in the meantime had re-created in Charlotte, the Bobcats, renounced the name and resumed that of Hornets, with the approval of the NBA. So the Pelicans are now founded in 2002.
Won titles and / or best placements : 1 South-West Division title (2007-08), 2 Conference semifinals.
Most representative players in history :
– Chris Paul (rookie of the year in 2006 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Anthony Davis (6 calls to the All Star Game)

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New York Knicks

The logo of the New York Knicks, NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division
City : New York, New York, USA
Owner : James L. Dolan
General manager : Scott Perry
Head coach : Mike Miller
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 17-65)
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 32-50)
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 31-51)
– 2017/18: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 29-53)
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 17-65)
history: founded in 1946, the New York Knicks are, together with the Boston Celtics, the only team to have played all seasons of the NBA in the same city. They also went through flourishing periods of success, both in the early 1950s and early 1970s, as well as, in part, in the early 1990s. In the last twenty years, however, they have almost always missed the goals, becoming one of the cinderella of the championship.
Titles won and / or best places : 2 NBA titles (1970 and 1973).
Most representative players in history :
– Dick McGuire (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Harry Gallatin (7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Carl Braun (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Richie Guerin (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Willis Reed (MVP of the league in 1970, MVP of the finals in 1970 and 1973, rookie of the year in 1965 and 7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Walt Frazier (7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dave DeBusschere (5 All Star Game summons)
– Patrick Ewing (rookie of the year in 1986 and 11 All Star Game summons)
– Mark Jackson (1988 rookie of the year and 1 All Star Game summon)
– Anthony Mason (best sixth man of the year in 1995)
– John Starks (best sixth man of the year in 1997 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Tyson Chandler (defensive player of the year in 2012 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– JR Smith (best sixth man of the year in 2013)
– Carmelo Anthony (6 calls to the All Star Game)

Oklahoma City Thunder

The Oklahoma City Thunder logo of the NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Northwest Division
City : Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Owner : Clay Bennett
General manager : Sam Presti
Head coach : Billy Donovan
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: not qualified for the playoffs ( record: 45-37)
– 2015/16: defeated in the Conference finals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the Houston Rockets
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round against the Utah Jazz
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round against the Portland Trail Blazers
History: the team was founded in Seattle in Seattle under the name Seattle SuperSonics, also winning a title. After the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, the team decided to move there, changing its name to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Titles won and / or best placements : 1 NBA title (1979).
Most representative players in history :
– Dennis Johnson (Finals MVP in 1979 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jack Sikma (7 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dale Ellis (most improved player of the year in 1987 and 1 call to All Star Game)
– Shawn Kemp (5 calls to All Star Game)
– Gary Payton (best defender of the year in 1996 and 9 calls to All Star Game)
– Kevin Durant (MVP of the league in 2014, rookie of the year in 2008 and 7 calls to the All Star Game)
– James Harden (best sixth man of the year in 2012)
– Russell Westbrook (MVP of the league in 2017 and 8 calls) to the All Star Game)

Orlando Magic

The logo of the Orlando Magic, the NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Southeast Division
City : Orlando, Florida, USA
Owner : vacant position
General manager : John Hammond
Head coach : Steve Clifford
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 25-57)
– 2015/16: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 35-47)
– 2016/17: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 29-53)
– 2017/18: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 25- 57)
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round against the Toronto Raptors
History: The team is very young, having been founded in 1989 following the expansion campaign of the NBA. Despite his young age, however, the team made it to the NBA finals twice, once in the 90s and once in the ’00s.
Won titles and / or best placements : 2 Conference titles (1995 and 2009).
Most representative players in history :
– Shaquille O’Neal (rookie of the year in 1993 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Mike Miller (rookie of the year in 2001)
– Darrell Armstrong (most improved and best player of the year sixth man in 1999)
– Tracy McGrady (most improved player of the year in 2001 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Dwight Howard (defensive player of the year in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)

Philadelphia 76ers

The logo of the Philadelphia 76ers, the NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division
City : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Owner : Michele Nicolai
General manager : Elton Brand
Head coach : Brett Brown
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 18-64)
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 10-72)
– 2016/17: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 28-54)
– 2017/18: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Boston Celtics
– 2018/19: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Toronto Raptors
History: the Philadelphia 76ers were born in 1946, actually located then in Syracuse and called the Nationals. They moved to Philadelphia in 1963, shortly after the team that previously played in the city – the Warriors – had moved to San Francisco. Both before and after that, however, the team boasted top-notch players and is still considered one of the historic teams in the league today.
Titles won and / or best places : 3 NBA titles (1955, 1967, 1983).
Most representative players in history :
– Dolph Schayes (12 calls to the All Star Game)
– Larry Costello (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Hal Greer (10 calls to the All Star Game)
– Wilt Chamberlain (MVP of the league in 1966, 1967 and 1968 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Julius Erving (MVP of the league in 1981 and 11 calls to the All Star Game)
– Moses Malone (MVP of the league and MVP of the finals in 1983 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Bobby Jones (best sixth man of the year in 1983)
– Dana Barros (most improved player of the year in 1995 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Charles Barkley ( 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Aaron McKie (best sixth man of the year in 2001)
– Allen Iverson (MVP of the league in 2001, rookie of the year in 1997 and 8 calls to the All Star Game)
– Michael Carter- Williams (rookie of the year in 2014)
– Ben Simmons (rookie of the year in 2018 and 1 calls to the All Star Game)

Phoenix Suns

The logo of the Phoenix Suns, an NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Pacific Division
City : Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Owner : Jason Rowley
General manager : James Jones
Head coach : Monty Williams
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 39-43)
– 2015/16: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 23-59)
– 2016/17: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 24-58)
– 2017/18: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 21- 61)
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 19-63)
history: founded in 1968, the team has done badly in recent years but has a history of good performances, unfortunately never crowned with an NBA title. His periods of glory lived them above all in the mid 70’s and early 90’s.
Won titles and / or best placements : 2 Conference titles (1976 and 1993).
Most representative players in history :
– Alvan Adams (rookie of the year in 1976 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Walter Davis (rookie of the year in 1978 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Eddie Johnson (best sixth man of the year in 1989)
– Kevin Johnson (most improved player of the year in 1989 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Charles Barkley (MVP of the league in 1993 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Danny Manning (best sixth man of the year in 1998)
– Rodney Rogers (best sixth man of the year in 2000)
– Boris Diaw (most player improved of the year in 2006)
– Leandro Barbosa (best sixth man of the year in 2007)
– Amar’e Stoudemire (rookie of the year in 2003 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Steve Nash (MVP of the league in 2005 and 2006 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Goran Dragic (most improved player of the year in 2014)

Portland Trail Blazers

Portland Trail Blazers Logo

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Northwest Division
City : Portland, Oregon, USA
Owner : Paul Allen Fund
General manager : Neil Olshey
Head coach : Terry Stotts
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: first round defeats playoffs against the Memphis Grizzlies
– 2015/16: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2016/17: defeated in the first playoff round against the Golden State Warriors
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round against the New Orleans Pelicans
– 2018/19: defeated at the Conference finals by the Golden State Warriors
History: the team was founded in Oregon in 1970 and has never moved from Portland, where indeed it has an excellent following of fans (it holds various records for the number of tickets sold). He lived through several periods of glory, with a title on the bulletin board.
Titles won and/or best places : 1 NBA title (1977).
Most representative players in history :
– Geoff Petrie (rookie of the year in 1971 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Sidney Wicks (rookie of the year in 1972 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– Bill Walton (MVP of the league in 1978, MVP of the Finals in 1977 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Clyde Drexler (8 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kevin Duckworth (most improved player of the year in 1988 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Clifford Robinson (best sixth man of the year in 1993 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Zach Randolph (most improved player of the year 2004)
– Brandon Roy (rookie of the year in 2007 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Damian Lillard (rookie of the year 2013 and 4 calls to the All Star Game)
– CJ McCollum (most improved player of the year 2016)

Sacramento Kings

The Sacramento Kings logo, NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Pacific Division
City : Sacramento, California, USA
Owner : Vivek Ranadive
General manager : Vlade Divac
Head coach : Luke Walton
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 29-53)
– 2015/16: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 33-49)
– 2016/17: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 32-50)
– 2017/18: not qualified in the playoffs (record: 27- 55)
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 39-43)
history: The team was initially formed in Rochester, a town in the state of New York. In the 1940s and 1950s, the Rochester Royals also won an NBA title before moving to Cincinnati first and then to Kansas City (finally under the name of Kings). They landed in Sacramento in 1985, experiencing a good period between the late 90s and early 00s.
Titles won and / or best places : 1 NBA title (1951).
Most representative players in history :
– Bobby Wanzer (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Maurice Stokes (rookie of the year in 1956 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jack Twyman (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Oscar Robertson (MVP of the league in 1964, rookie of the year in 1961 and 10 calls to the
– Wayne Embry (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Jerry Lucas (rookie of the year in 1964 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Phil Ford (rookie of the year in 1979)
– Mitch Richmond (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Bobbie Jackson (best sixth man of the year in 2003)
– Tyreke Evans (rookie of the year in 2010)

San Antonio Spurs

The logo of the San Antonio Spurs, NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Southwest Division
City : San Antonio, Texas, USA
Owner : Peter Holt
General manager : RC Buford
Head coach : Gregg Popovich
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the first round of playoffs against the Los Angeles Clippers
– 2015/16: defeated in the semifinals of the Conference against the Oklahoma City Thunder
– 2016/17: defeated in the conference finals against the Golden State Warriors
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round by the Golden State Warriors
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round by the Denver Nuggets
History: the franchise was founded in 1967 in Dallas under the name of Dallas Chaparrals. Initially, he played in the ABA. In 1970 the team name changed to Texas Chaparrals and three years later, in 1973, the franchise moved to San Antonio under the new name of Spurs. In 1976, along with other ABA teams, he switched to the NBA.
Titles won and / or best places : 5 NBA titles (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 20014)
Most representative players in history :
– George Gervin (11 calls to the All Star Game)
– Alvin Robertson (best defender of the year in the 1986 and 3 calls to the All Star Game)
– David Robinson (MVP of the league in 1995, rookie of the year in 1990, best defender of the year in 1992 and 10 calls to the All Star Game)
– Tim Duncan (MVP of the league in 2002 and 2003, as well as MVP of the finals in 1999, 2003 and 2005, rookie of the year in 1998 and 15 calls to the All Star Game)
– Tony Parker (MVP of the finals in 2007 and 6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Emanuel Ginóbili (best sixth man in 2008 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kawhi Leonard (MVP of the finals in 2014, best defender of the year in 2015 and 2016 and 2 calls to the All Star Game)

Toronto Raptors

The logo of the Toronto Raptors, NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division
City : Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Owner : Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment
General manager : Bobby Webster
Head coach : Nick Nurse
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: first round defeats playoffs against the Washington Wizards
– 2015/16: defeated in the Conference finals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2016/17: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2017/18: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Cleveland Cavaliers
– 2018/19: NBA History title winners
: The Raptors are a very young team, as they were founded in 1995 during the expansion of the NBA to Canada which also led to the birth of the Vancouver Grizzlies. When the latter team moved to Memphis in 2001, the Raptors were still the only Canadian team in the league. This has made them, however, a Cinderella: the team is indeed grew gradually from year to year, winning the affection of the local fans and positions gradually more and more important in the NBA standings, until the surprising title of 2019.
Titles won and/or best placements : 1 NBA title (2019).
Most representative players in history :
– Damon Stoudamire (rookie of the year in 1996)
– Vince Carter (rookie of the year in 1999 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Chris Bosh (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Lou Williams (best sixth man of the year in 2015)
– DeMar DeRozan (4 calls at the All Star Game)
– Kyle Lowry (5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Kawhi Leonard (MVP of the finals in 2019 and 1 call to the All Star Game)
– Pascal Siakam (most improved player of the year in 2019)

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Utah Jazz

The logo of Utah Jazz, an NBA team

Conference and Division : Western Conference, Northwest Division
City : Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Owner : Gail Miller
General manager : Justin Zanik
Head coach : Quin Snyder
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: unqualified in the playoffs ( record: 38-44)
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 40-42)
– 2016/17: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Golden State Warriors
– 2017/18: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Houston Rockets
– 2018/19: defeated in the first playoff round against the Houston Rockets
History: Jazz was founded in 1974 in New Orleans, with a name that paid homage to the musical roots of the city. However, they moved to Salt Lake City in 1979, still titling the team to the state of Utah, and here they lived a period of glory in the 90s.
Won titles and / or best placements : 2 Conference titles (1997 and 1998).
Most representative players in history :
– Adrian Dantley (6 calls to the All Star Game)
– Darrell Griffith (rookie of the year in 1981)
– Mark Eaton (best defender of the year in 1985 and 1989 and 1 call to the All Star Game )
– Karl Malone (MVP of the league in 1997 and 1999 and 14 calls to the All Star Game)
– John Stockton (10 calls to the All Star Game)
– Rudy Gobert (best defender of the year in 2018 and 2019)

Washington Wizards

The logo of the Washington Wizards, NBA team

Conference and Division : Eastern Conference, Southeast Division
City : Washington, DC, USA
Owner : Ted Leonsis
General manager : Tommy Sheppard
Head coach : Scott Brooks
Results in the last 5 years :
– 2014/15: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Atlanta Hawks
– 2015/16: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 41-41)
– 2016/17: defeated in the Conference semifinals by the Boston Celtics
– 2017/18: defeated in the first playoff round against the Toronto Raptors
– 2018/19: unqualified in the playoffs (record: 32-50)
History: the team was formed in 1961 in Chicago with the name of Chicago Packers, although already in the second season the name was changed to Zephyrs. Since things were not going well in Chicago, however, in 1963 the team moved to Baltimore, taking the name of Bullets (already used by a previous city team). After ten years they moved to nearby Washington, quickly obtaining excellent results; in 1997 they finally gave up the name of Bullets, assuming the current nickname of Wizards.
Titles won and / or best places : 1 NBA title (1978).
Most representative players in history :
– Wes Unseld (MVP of the league in 1969, MVP of the finals in 1978, rookie of the year in 1969 and 5 calls to the All Star Game)
– Elvin Hayes (8 calls to the All Star Game)
– Gilbert Arenas (3 calls to the All Star Game)
– John Wall (5 calls to the All Star Game)

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