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Must-Know Nba Finals Statistics [Recent Analysis]

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"The Boston Celtics have won the most NBA Finals championships, 17."

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"The 2021 NBA Finals TV viewership averaged 9.91 million viewers across six games."

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"Michael Jordan holds the highest career scoring average in NBA Finals, with 33.6 points per game."

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"LeBron James has scored the most points in NBA Finals history, with 1,671 (as of September 2021)."

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"In 1976, rookie Rick Barry set an NBA Finals record by attempting 64 free throws in a seven-game series."

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"The Golden State Warriors became the first team to win consecutive NBA Finals on the road in 2017 and 2018."

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"In the 2001 NBA Finals, the Los Angeles Lakers set an all-time Finals record by shooting 89.7% from the free-throw line."

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"The 1987 “Showtime” Lakers set an NBA Finals scoring record with an average of 130 points per game, which hasn’t been surpassed."

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"Kareem Abdul-Jabbar holds the record for most minutes played in NBA Finals history, totaling 8,851 minutes."

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"LeBron James has made the most NBA Finals appearances by an active player with 10 (as of September 2021)."

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"The 2013 NBA Finals Game 6 had the most viewership of any Finals game, reaching 26.3 million viewers."

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"The Cleveland Cavaliers achieved the first-ever NBA Finals 3-1 comeback to win the championship in 2016."

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"In the 1962 NBA Finals, Bill Russell set a record by grabbing 40 rebounds in a single game."

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"Michael Jordan was the NBA Finals MVP six times, the most in history."

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"The longest NBA Finals game occurred in 1976, Game 5, a triple-overtime battle between the Boston Celtics and the Phoenix Suns."

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"The highest-scoring NBA Finals game in history was Game 4 in 1984, where the Boston Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 148-114."

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Statistic 17

"The Minneapolis Lakers were the first team to win three consecutive NBA Finals (1952-54)."

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