1993-94 NBA Season
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1993%E2%80%9394 NBA Season
1993-94 NBA season
LeagueNational Basketball Association
  • November 5, 1993 - April 24, 1994
  • April 28 - June 5, 1994 (Playoffs)
  • June 8 - 22, 1994 (Finals)
Number of teams27
TV partner(s)NBC, TBS, TNT
Top draft pickChris Webber
Picked byOrlando Magic (traded to Golden State Warriors for Anfernee Hardaway)
Regular season
Top seedSeattle SuperSonics
Season MVPHakeem Olajuwon (Houston)
Top scorerDavid Robinson (San Antonio)
Eastern championsNew York Knicks
  Eastern runners-upIndiana Pacers
Western championsHouston Rockets
  Western runners-upUtah Jazz
ChampionsHouston Rockets
  Runners-upNew York Knicks
Finals MVPHakeem Olajuwon (Houston)
NBA seasons

The 1993-94 NBA season was the 48th season of the National Basketball Association. The season ended with the Houston Rockets defeating the New York Knicks 4 games to 3 in the NBA Finals to win the franchise's first championship.

Notable occurrences

1993-94 NBA changes

  • The Denver Nuggets changed their logo and uniforms, scrapping the rainbow skyline along with changing the color scheme to navy, red, and gold.[1]
  • The Milwaukee Bucks changed their logo and uniforms, adopting a new color scheme of purple to go with dark green, while their uniforms featured taller B's and S's on the home and road jerseys.[2]
  • The San Antonio Spurs moved into the Alamodome.[3][4]


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