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2001 NBA Playoffs
2001 NBA playoffs
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DatesApril 21-June 15, 2001
Season2000-01
Teams16
ChampionsLos Angeles Lakers (13th title)
Runners-upPhiladelphia 76ers (9th finals appearance)
Semifinalists

The 2001 NBA playoffs was the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association's 2000-01 season. The tournament concluded with the Western Conference champion Los Angeles Lakers defeating the Eastern Conference champion Philadelphia 76ers 4 games to 1. Shaquille O'Neal was named NBA Finals MVP for the second straight year. Since 2001, the 76ers have not advanced beyond the conference semifinals.

This was the 76ers' first Finals appearance since Moses Malone and Julius Erving led the 1983 team to the NBA title (coincidentally, last defeating the Lakers) in the famous "fo', fo', fo'" year (it ended up being "fo', fi', fo'", as Philadelphia lost one second-round game to the Milwaukee Bucks that year).

However, it was the Lakers' turn to put together the most dominant postseason in NBA history, going 15-1 with their only loss coming in OT to the Sixers in Game 1 of the Finals. They set many records, including going undefeated in regulation and on the road (finishing 8-0 in the latter category). They were the second NBA champion to defeat four 50-win or better teams on their way to the title as the Rockets did it first in 1995. The Lakers also equaled the previous records set by their 1989 team by winning their first 11 post-season games and sweeping three series in the post-season. Their playoff dominance would be bested after the first round of playoffs was extended to a best of seven format instead of the best of five in the 2003 NBA playoffs by the 2016-17 Golden State Warriors who would go 16-1 on their way to their fifth championship.

The Milwaukee Bucks won their first playoff series since 1989, made the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 1986 and won the division for the first time since that year. The Dallas Mavericks made the playoffs for the first time since 1990. Along the way they had many abysmal seasons, including back-to-back years with 11 and 13 wins. By beating Utah in the first round, they won their first playoff series since 1988. Reunion Arena, their home court for 21 years, hosted its last game (Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals against the Spurs); they moved to American Airlines Center, the next season.

The Sacramento Kings won their first playoff series since 1981 (when they were the Kansas City Kings) and the first since moving to Sacramento.

The Toronto Raptors won their first playoff series in franchise history 3-2 over the New York Knicks. For the first time since 1991, the Knicks failed to win a first-round playoff series.

Bracket

  First Round Conference Semifinals Conference Finals NBA Finals
                                     
E1 Philadelphia* 3  
E8 Indiana 1  
  E1 Philadelphia* 4  
  E5 Toronto 3  
E4 New York 2
E5 Toronto 3  
  E1 Philadelphia* 4  
Eastern Conference
  E2 Milwaukee* 3  
E3 Miami 0  
E6 Charlotte 3  
  E6 Charlotte 3
  E2 Milwaukee* 4  
E2 Milwaukee* 3
E7 Orlando 1  
  E1 Philadelphia* 1
  W2 LA Lakers* 4
W1 San Antonio* 3  
W8 Minnesota 1  
  W1 San Antonio* 4
  W5 Dallas 1  
W4 Utah 2
W5 Dallas 3  
  W1 San Antonio* 0
Western Conference
  W2 LA Lakers* 4  
W3 Sacramento 3  
W6 Phoenix 1  
  W3 Sacramento 0
  W2 LA Lakers* 4  
W2 LA Lakers* 3
W7 Portland 0  


* Division winner
Bold Series winner
Italic Team with home-court advantage


Playoff qualifying

Western Conference

Best record in NBA

The San Antonio Spurs clinched the best record in the NBA, and earned home court advantage throughout the entire playoffs. However, when they lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference Finals, the Lakers gained home court advantage for the NBA Finals. San Antonio's 58 games remains the lowest for a team with home court advantage throughout the playoffs, being 3 games fewer than the Pacers and Cavs' 61 in 2004 and 2010, respectively.

Clinched a playoff berth

The following teams clinched a playoff berth in the West:

  1. San Antonio Spurs (58-24, clinched Midwest division)
  2. Los Angeles Lakers (56-26, clinched Pacific division)
  3. Sacramento Kings (55-27)
  4. Utah Jazz (53-29)
  5. Dallas Mavericks (53-29)
  6. Phoenix Suns (51-31)
  7. Portland Trail Blazers (50-32)
  8. Minnesota Timberwolves (47-35)

Eastern Conference

Best record in conference

The Philadelphia 76ers clinched the best record in the Eastern Conference, and had home court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs.

Clinched a playoff berth

The following teams clinched a playoff berth in the East:

  1. Philadelphia 76ers (56-26, clinched Atlantic division)
  2. Milwaukee Bucks (52-30, clinched Central division)
  3. Miami Heat (50-32)
  4. New York Knicks (48-34)
  5. Toronto Raptors (47-35)
  6. Charlotte Hornets (46-36)
  7. Orlando Magic (43-39)
  8. Indiana Pacers (41-41)

Western Conference

Champion: Los Angeles Lakers

Note: Times are EDT (UTC-4) as listed by NBA.

First Round

(1) San Antonio Spurs vs. (8) Minnesota Timberwolves

April 21
5:30 PM
Minnesota Timberwolves 82, San Antonio Spurs 87
Scoring by quarter: 24-25, 13-26, 28-12, 17-24
Pts: Kevin Garnett 25
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 13
Asts: Terrell Brandon 8
Pts: Tim Duncan 33
Rebs: Tim Duncan 15
Asts: Duncan, Ferry 4 each
San Antonio leads series, 1-0
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 33,983
Referees: Ron Garretson, Jack Nies, Mark Wunderlich
April 23
9:30 PM
Minnesota Timberwolves 69, San Antonio Spurs 86
Scoring by quarter: 16-20, 20-30, 15-24, 18-12
Pts: Kevin Garnett 18
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 12
Asts: six players 2 each
Pts: Tim Duncan 18
Rebs: Duncan, Robinson 11 each
Asts: Duncan, Porter 4 each
San Antonio leads series, 2-0
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 31,759
Referees: Joe Crawford, Luis Grillo, Hue Hollins
April 28
5:30 PM
San Antonio Spurs 84, Minnesota Timberwolves 93
Scoring by quarter: 19-24, 23-23, 24-21, 18-25
Pts: David Robinson 22
Rebs: David Robinson 17
Asts: Derek Anderson 4
Pts: Kevin Garnett 22
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 8
Asts: Terrell Brandon 9
San Antonio leads series, 2-1
Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Attendance: 17,676
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Joe DeRosa, Tim Donaghy
April 30
8:00 PM
San Antonio Spurs 97, Minnesota Timberwolves 84
Scoring by quarter: 19-19, 25-24, 27-20, 26-21
Pts: Tim Duncan 24
Rebs: Tim Duncan 16
Asts: Derek Anderson 6
Pts: Wally Szczerbiak 20
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 15
Asts: Terrell Brandon 6
San Antonio wins series, 3-1
Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Attendance: 16,336
Referees: Dan Crawford, Bob Delaney, Bill Spooner

This was the second playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Spurs winning the first meeting.

(2) Los Angeles Lakers vs. (7) Portland Trail Blazers

April 22
5:30 PM
Portland Trail Blazers 93, Los Angeles Lakers 106
Scoring by quarter: 19-30, 29-21, 24-23, 21-32
Pts: Rasheed Wallace 24
Rebs: Arvydas Sabonis 9
Asts: three players 4 each
Pts: Kobe Bryant 28
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 20
Asts: Kobe Bryant 7
Los Angeles leads series, 1-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Bernie Fryer, Bill Spooner, Don Vaden
April 26
10:30 PM
Portland Trail Blazers 88, Los Angeles Lakers 106
Scoring by quarter: 29-25, 17-30, 19-25, 23-26
Pts: Scottie Pippen 21
Rebs: Scottie Pippen 8
Asts: Damon Stoudamire 5
Pts: Shaquille O'Neal 32
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 12
Asts: Kobe Bryant 7
Los Angeles leads series, 2-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Steve Javie, Ronnie Nunn, Derrick Stafford
April 29
5:30 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 99, Portland Trail Blazers 86
Scoring by quarter: 23-26, 31-21, 25-25, 20-14
Pts: Shaquille O'Neal 25
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 15
Asts: Kobe Bryant 9
Pts: Smith, Stoudamire 25 each
Rebs: Rasheed Wallace 13
Asts: Stoudamire, Wallace 4 each
Los Angeles wins series, 3-0
Rose Garden, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 20,580
Referees: Ron Garretson, Jack Nies, Greg Willard

This was the tenth playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Lakers winning seven of the first nine meetings.

(3) Sacramento Kings vs. (6) Phoenix Suns

April 22
3:00 PM
Phoenix Suns 86, Sacramento Kings 83
Scoring by quarter: 28-25, 10-19, 28-22, 20-17
Pts: Shawn Marion 21
Rebs: Jake Tsakalidis 11
Asts: Jason Kidd 14
Pts: Chris Webber 27
Rebs: Chris Webber 15
Asts: Christie, Williams 5 each
Phoenix leads series, 1-0
ARCO Arena, Sacramento, California
Attendance: 17,317
Referees: Mike Mathis, Monty McCutchen, Bennett Salvatore
April 25
10:30 PM
Phoenix Suns 90, Sacramento Kings 116
Scoring by quarter: 22-31, 21-32, 20-32, 27-21
Pts: Tony Delk 14
Rebs: Tom Gugliotta 8
Asts: Jason Kidd 9
Pts: Peja Stojakovi? 22
Rebs: Jackson, Webber 9 each
Asts: Chris Webber 5
Series tied, 1-1
ARCO Arena, Sacramento, California
Attendance: 17,317
Referees: Ted Bernhardt, Bernie Fryer, Don Vaden
April 29
3:00 PM
Sacramento Kings 104, Phoenix Suns 96
Scoring by quarter: 19-36, 34-19, 22-18, 29-23
Pts: Chris Webber 23
Rebs: Vlade Divac 12
Asts: Doug Christie 4
Pts: Jason Kidd 19
Rebs: Shawn Marion 10
Asts: Jason Kidd 16
Sacramento leads series, 2-1
America West Arena, Phoenix, Arizona
Attendance: 19,023
Referees: Steve Javie, Ronnie Nunn, Derrick Stafford
May 2
10:30 PM
Sacramento Kings 89, Phoenix Suns 82
Scoring by quarter: 14-29, 22-18, 23-16, 30-19
Pts: Peja Stojakovi? 37
Rebs: Scot Pollard 13
Asts: Bobby Jackson 5
Pts: Clifford Robinson 24
Rebs: Jake Tsakalidis 12
Asts: Jason Kidd 14
Sacramento wins series, 3-1
America West Arena, Phoenix, Arizona
Attendance: 18,836
Referees: Scott Foster, Hue Hollins, Jack Nies

This was the fourth playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Suns winning two of the first three meetings.

(4) Utah Jazz vs. (5) Dallas Mavericks

April 21
3:00 PM
Dallas Mavericks 86, Utah Jazz 88
Scoring by quarter: 17-22, 22-18, 23-21, 24-27
Pts: Michael Finley 26
Rebs: Dirk Nowitzki 12
Asts: Steve Nash 7
Pts: Karl Malone 26
Rebs: Bryon Russell 12
Asts: John Stockton 18
Utah leads series, 1-0
Delta Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 19,100
Referees: Joe Crawford, Luis Grillo, Hue Hollins
April 24
10:30 PM
Dallas Mavericks 98, Utah Jazz 109
Scoring by quarter: 19-28, 22-25, 27-31, 30-25
Pts: Michael Finley 32
Rebs: Bradley, Finley 8 each
Asts: Steve Nash 6
Pts: Karl Malone 34
Rebs: Bryon Russell 8
Asts: John Stockton 9
Utah leads series, 2-0
Delta Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 19,911
Referees: Mike Mathis, Monty McCutchen, Bennett Salvatore
April 28
3:00 PM
Utah Jazz 91, Dallas Mavericks 94
Scoring by quarter: 22-31, 21-20, 22-21, 26-22
Pts: Karl Malone 29
Rebs: Karl Malone 13
Asts: John Stockton 10
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 33
Rebs: Juwan Howard 11
Asts: Steve Nash 7
Utah leads series, 2-1
Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
Attendance: 18,187
Referees: Dan Crawford, Scott Foster, Eddie F. Rush
May 1
9:30 PM
Utah Jazz 77, Dallas Mavericks 107
Scoring by quarter: 24-17, 18-28, 21-36, 14-26
Pts: Karl Malone 25
Rebs: Donyell Marshall 9
Asts: John Stockton 9
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 33
Rebs: Michael Finley 12
Asts: Steve Nash 7
Series tied, 2-2
Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
Attendance: 18,300
Referees: Bernie Fryer, Steve Javie, Mark Wunderlich
May 3
9:00 PM
Dallas Mavericks 84, Utah Jazz 83
Scoring by quarter: 16-20, 17-28, 24-23, 27-12
Pts: Michael Finley 33
Rebs: Juwan Howard 8
Asts: Steve Nash 7
Pts: Karl Malone 24
Rebs: Karl Malone 10
Asts: John Stockton 11
Dallas wins series, 3-2
Delta Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 19,911
Referees: Bob Delaney, Hugh Evans, Joe Forte
  • In Game 5, Calvin Booth made the series winning layup with 9.6 seconds left. The Mavs would then not only become the 8th team in playoff history to overcome an 0-2 deficit, but also win their first playoff series since 1988.

This was the second playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Mavericks winning the first meeting.

Conference Semifinals

(1) San Antonio Spurs vs. (5) Dallas Mavericks

May 5
6:30 PM
Dallas Mavericks 78, San Antonio Spurs 94
Scoring by quarter: 11-16, 23-31, 19-29, 25-18
Pts: Michael Finley 17
Rebs: Shawn Bradley 12
Asts: Steve Nash 6
Pts: Tim Duncan 31
Rebs: Tim Duncan 13
Asts: Avery Johnson 8
San Antonio leads series, 1-0
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 32,798
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Terry Durham, Derrick Stafford
May 7
8:00 PM
Dallas Mavericks 86, San Antonio Spurs 100
Scoring by quarter: 18-23, 24-23, 20-29, 24-25
Pts: Michael Finley 24
Rebs: Juwan Howard 11
Asts: Michael Finley 7
Pts: Tim Duncan 25
Rebs: Tim Duncan 22
Asts: Terry Porter 9
San Antonio leads series, 2-0
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 27,690
Referees: Joe DeRosa, Steve Javie, Don Vaden
May 9
9:30 PM
San Antonio Spurs 104, Dallas Mavericks 90
Scoring by quarter: 26-22, 22-21, 30-11, 26-36
Pts: David Robinson 19
Rebs: Duncan, Robinson 14 each
Asts: Avery Johnson 6
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 15
Rebs: Greg Buckner 12
Asts: Michael Finley 5
San Antonio leads series, 3-0
Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
Attendance: 18,237
Referees: Ted Bernhardt, Joe Forte, Bennett Salvatore
May 12
3:30 PM
San Antonio Spurs 108, Dallas Mavericks 112
Scoring by quarter: 24-32, 33-27, 30-27, 21-26
Pts: Tim Duncan 29
Rebs: Tim Duncan 18
Asts: Terry Porter 8
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 30
Rebs: Dirk Nowitzki 9
Asts: Steve Nash 14
San Antonio leads series, 3-1
Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
Attendance: 18,187
Referees: Hugh Evans, Ronnie Nunn, Eddie F. Rush
May 14
8:00 PM
Dallas Mavericks 87, San Antonio Spurs 105
Scoring by quarter: 21-32, 20-25, 23-22, 23-26
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 42
Rebs: Dirk Nowitzki 18
Asts: Eisley, Finley 4 each
Pts: Tim Duncan 32
Rebs: Tim Duncan 20
Asts: Antonio Daniels 9
San Antonio wins series, 4-1
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 25,853
Referees: Mike Callahan, Dan Crawford, Bernie Fryer

This was the first playoff meeting between the Mavericks and the Spurs.[5]

(2) Los Angeles Lakers vs. (3) Sacramento Kings

May 6
3:00 PM
Sacramento Kings 105, Los Angeles Lakers 108
Scoring by quarter: 30-28, 24-25, 24-31, 27-24
Pts: Chris Webber 34
Rebs: Scot Pollard 14
Asts: Jason Williams 4
Pts: Shaquille O'Neal 44
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 21
Asts: Kobe Bryant 5
Los Angeles leads series, 1-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Joe Crawford, Ron Garretson, Bill Spooner
May 8
10:30 PM
Sacramento Kings 90, Los Angeles Lakers 96
Scoring by quarter: 15-25, 28-18, 13-31, 34-22
Pts: Chris Webber 22
Rebs: Chris Webber 18
Asts: Bobby Jackson 4
Pts: Shaquille O'Neal 43
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 20
Asts: Rick Fox 7
Los Angeles leads series, 2-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18, 997
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Mike Callahan, Greg Willard
May 11
10:30 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 103, Sacramento Kings 81
Scoring by quarter: 29-19, 17-18, 19-17, 38-27
Pts: Kobe Bryant 36
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 18
Asts: Brian Shaw 6
Pts: Chris Webber 28
Rebs: Chris Webber 14
Asts: Doug Christie 5
Los Angeles leads series, 3-0
ARCO Arena, Sacramento, California
Attendance: 17,317
Referees: Ted Bernhardt, Bob Delaney, Bennett Salvatore
May 13
5:30 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 119, Sacramento Kings 113
Scoring by quarter: 27-22, 26-37, 27-25, 39-29
Pts: Kobe Bryant 48
Rebs: Kobe Bryant 16
Asts: Brian Shaw 5
Pts: Peja Stojakovi? 26
Rebs: Chris Webber 11
Asts: Chris Webber 8
Los Angeles wins series, 4-0
ARCO Arena, Sacramento, California
Attendance: 17,317
Referees: Joe DeRosa, Terry Durham, Jack Nies

This was the ninth playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Lakers winning seven of the first eight meetings.

Conference Finals

(1) San Antonio Spurs vs. (2) Los Angeles Lakers

May 19
6:30 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 104, San Antonio Spurs 90
Scoring by quarter: 24-17, 27-25, 29-24, 24-24
Pts: Kobe Bryant 45
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 11
Asts: Horace Grant 6
Pts: Tim Duncan 28
Rebs: Tim Duncan 14
Asts: Tim Duncan 6
Los Angeles leads series, 1-0
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 36,068
Referees: Joe Crawford, Joe Forte, Ron Garretson
May 21
8:30 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 88, San Antonio Spurs 81
Scoring by quarter: 21-22, 17-24, 28-21, 22-14
Pts: Kobe Bryant 28
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 14
Asts: Kobe Bryant 6
Pts: Tim Duncan 40
Rebs: Tim Duncan 15
Asts: Antonio Daniels 5
Los Angeles leads series, 2-0
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 35,574
Referees: Ted Bernhardt, Bob Delaney, Hugh Evans
May 25
9:00 PM
San Antonio Spurs 72, Los Angeles Lakers 111
Scoring by quarter: 21-34, 23-20, 20-32, 8-25
Pts: David Robinson 24
Rebs: Tim Duncan 13
Asts: Tim Duncan 7
Pts: Kobe Bryant 36
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 17
Asts: Kobe Bryant 8
Los Angeles leads series, 3-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Dan Crawford, Jack Nies, Ronnie Nunn
May 27
5:30 PM
San Antonio Spurs 82, Los Angeles Lakers 111
Scoring by quarter: 23-33, 18-31, 25-22, 16-25
Pts: Daniels, Duncan 15 each
Rebs: David Robinson 11
Asts: Terry Porter 4
Pts: Derek Fisher 28
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 10
Asts: Kobe Bryant 11
Los Angeles wins series, 4-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Bernie Fryer, Eddie F. Rush, Bennett Salvatore

This was the seventh playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Lakers winning four of the first six meetings.

Eastern Conference

Champion: Philadelphia 76ers

First Round

(1) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (8) Indiana Pacers

April 21
12:30 PM
Indiana Pacers 79, Philadelphia 76ers 78
Scoring by quarter: 17-29, 19-23, 22-13, 21-13
Pts: Miller, Rose 17 each
Rebs: Jermaine O'Neal 20
Asts: Travis Best 10
Pts: Aaron McKie 18
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 22
Asts: Iverson, McKie 7 each
Indiana leads series, 1-0
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,613
Referees: Dan Crawford, Joe Forte, Greg Willard
April 24
8:00 PM
Indiana Pacers 98, Philadelphia 76ers 116
Scoring by quarter: 27-28, 32-33, 19-30, 20-25
Pts: Reggie Miller 41
Rebs: Jermaine O'Neal 11
Asts: Travis Best 6
Pts: Allen Iverson 45
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 11
Asts: Allen Iverson 9
Series tied, 1-1
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,739
Referees: Dick Bavetta, James Capers Jr., Terry Durham
April 28
1:40 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 92, Indiana Pacers 87
Scoring by quarter: 21-24, 24-17, 29-19, 18-27
Pts: Allen Iverson 32
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 15
Asts: Allen Iverson 6
Pts: Reggie Miller 35
Rebs: Travis Best 11
Asts: Travis Best 9
Philadelphia leads series, 2-1
Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
Attendance: 18,345
Referees: Mike Callahan, Hugh Evans, Ron Olesiak
May 2
9:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 88, Indiana Pacers 85
Scoring by quarter: 25-27, 17-21, 22-21, 24-16
Pts: Allen Iverson 33
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 11
Asts: Aaron McKie 6
Pts: Reggie Miller 32
Rebs: Jermaine O'Neal 14
Asts: Travis Best 12
Philadelphia wins series, 3-1
Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
Attendance: 18,345
Referees: Mike Mathis, Monty McCutchen, Bennett Salvatore
  • In Game 1, Reggie Miller hit the game-winning 3 with 2.9 seconds left.

This was the fourth playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Pacers winning two of the first three meetings.

(2) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (7) Orlando Magic

April 22
8:30 PM
Orlando Magic 90, Milwaukee Bucks 103
Scoring by quarter: 22-21, 24-28, 28-30, 16-24
Pts: Tracy McGrady 33
Rebs: McGrady, Outlaw 9 each
Asts: Tracy McGrady 8
Pts: Scott Williams 19
Rebs: Scott Williams 16
Asts: Sam Cassell 8
Milwaukee leads series, 1-0
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Ted Bernhardt, Mike Callahan, Ronnie Nunn
April 25
8:00 PM
Orlando Magic 96, Milwaukee Bucks 103
Scoring by quarter: 26-33, 25-20, 26-29, 19-21
Pts: Tracy McGrady 35
Rebs: Doleac, Outlaw 7 each
Asts: Tracy McGrady 7
Pts: Ray Allen 27
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 13
Asts: Ray Allen 7
Milwaukee leads series, 2-0
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Sean Corbin, Bob Delaney, Hugh Evans
April 28
8:30 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 116, Orlando Magic 121 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 23-24, 27-20, 24-36, 36-30, Overtime: 6-11
Pts: Ray Allen 27
Rebs: Sam Cassell 16
Asts: Ray Allen 6
Pts: Tracy McGrady 42
Rebs: Bo Outlaw 14
Asts: Tracy McGrady 10
Milwaukee leads series, 2-1
TD Waterhouse Centre, Orlando, Florida
Attendance: 17,248
Referees: Joe Forte, Bennett Salvatore, Mark Wunderlich
May 1
7:00 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 112, Orlando Magic 104
Scoring by quarter: 22-36, 35-25, 40-26, 15-17
Pts: Ray Allen 26
Rebs: Tim Thomas 10
Asts: Sam Cassell 6
Pts: Tracy McGrady 25
Rebs: Bo Outlaw 12
Asts: Armstrong, McGrady 8 each
Milwaukee wins series, 3-1
TD Waterhouse Centre, Orlando, Florida
Attendance: 17,248
Referees: Jim Clark, Joe Crawford, Joe DeRosa
  • In Game 3, Ray Allen sends the game to overtime with a dunk over Tracy McGrady with 3.5 seconds left.

This was the first playoff meeting between the Bucks and the Magic.[9]

(3) Miami Heat vs. (6) Charlotte Hornets

April 21
8:30 PM
Charlotte Hornets 106, Miami Heat 80
Scoring by quarter: 23-21, 27-19, 31-18, 25-22
Pts: Jamal Mashburn 28
Rebs: P. J. Brown 7
Asts: Baron Davis 8
Pts: Eddie House 16
Rebs: Brian Grant 10
Asts: Tim Hardaway 5
Charlotte leads series, 1-0
American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
Attendance: 20,085
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Scott Foster, Eddie F. Rush
April 23
7:00 PM
Charlotte Hornets 102, Miami Heat 76
Scoring by quarter: 26-26, 28-26, 24-7, 24-17
Pts: Jamal Mashburn 22
Rebs: P. J. Brown 8
Asts: Baron Davis 4
Pts: Eddie Jones 21
Rebs: Grant, Jones 6 each
Asts: Tim Hardaway 4
Charlotte leads series, 2-0
American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
Attendance: 16,500
Referees: Ron Garretson, Jack Nies, Greg Willard
April 27
8:00 PM
Miami Heat 79, Charlotte Hornets 94
Scoring by quarter: 17-27, 14-31, 24-15, 24-21
Pts: Eddie Jones 22
Rebs: Alonzo Mourning 9
Asts: Anthony Carter 5
Pts: Davis, Mashburn 21 each
Rebs: P. J. Brown 12
Asts: Jamal Mashburn 8
Charlotte wins series, 3-0
Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 22,283
Referees: Jim Clark, Joe Crawford, Bob Delaney

This was the first playoff meeting between the Heat and the Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats franchise.[10]

(4) New York Knicks vs. (5) Toronto Raptors

April 22
12:30 PM
Toronto Raptors 85, New York Knicks 92
Scoring by quarter: 18-22, 26-19, 21-25, 20-26
Pts: Davis, Williams 19 each
Rebs: Antonio Davis 15
Asts: Alvin Williams 8
Pts: Allan Houston 23
Rebs: Marcus Camby 18
Asts: Mark Jackson 6
New York leads series, 1-0
Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
Attendance: 19,763
Referees: Tony Brothers, Joe DeRosa, Hugh Evans
April 26
8:00 PM
Toronto Raptors 94, New York Knicks 74
Scoring by quarter: 20-16, 19-19, 27-17, 28-22
Pts: Alvin Williams 23
Rebs: Antonio Davis 12
Asts: Chris Childs 7
Pts: Kurt Thomas 23
Rebs: Kurt Thomas 12
Asts: Mark Jackson 5
Series tied, 1-1
Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
Attendance: 19,763
Referees: Dan Crawford, Terry Durham, Ron Olesiak
April 29
12:30 PM
New York Knicks 97, Toronto Raptors 89
Scoring by quarter: 20-16, 25-25, 23-26, 29-22
Pts: Allan Houston 24
Rebs: Kurt Thomas 9
Asts: Latrell Sprewell 5
Pts: Antonio Davis 21
Rebs: Antonio Davis 12
Asts: Chris Childs 9
New York leads series, 2-1
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,217
Referees: Ted Bernhardt, Jim Clark, Bernie Fryer
May 2
8:00 PM
New York Knicks 93, Toronto Raptors 100
Scoring by quarter: 22-26, 19-18, 23-26, 29-30
Pts: Allan Houston 27
Rebs: Kurt Thomas 10
Asts: Kurt Thomas 5
Pts: Vince Carter 32
Rebs: Antonio Davis 9
Asts: Carter, Childs 4 each
Series tied, 2-2
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,282
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Mike Callahan, Don Vaden
May 4
8:00 PM
Toronto Raptors 93, New York Knicks 89
Scoring by quarter: 25-24, 24-19, 21-16, 23-30
Pts: Vince Carter 27
Rebs: Antonio Davis 12
Asts: Chris Childs 9
Pts: Latrell Sprewell 29
Rebs: Kurt Thomas 12
Asts: Mark Jackson 7
Toronto wins series, 3-2
Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
Attendance: 19,763
Referees: Steve Javie, Eddie F. Rush, Bennett Salvatore

This was the second playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Knicks winning the first meeting.

Conference Semifinals

(1) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (5) Toronto Raptors

May 6
5:30 PM
Toronto Raptors 96, Philadelphia 76ers 93
Scoring by quarter: 21-17, 26-20, 26-24, 23-32
Pts: Vince Carter 35
Rebs: Antonio Davis 12
Asts: Vince Carter 7
Pts: Allen Iverson 36
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 12
Asts: Eric Snow 7
Toronto leads series, 1-0
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,892
Referees: Bernie Fryer, Luis Grillo, Jack Nies
May 9
7:00 PM
Toronto Raptors 92, Philadelphia 76ers 97
Scoring by quarter: 31-21, 16-28, 24-24, 21-24
Pts: Vince Carter 28
Rebs: Antonio Davis 10
Asts: Chris Childs 9
Pts: Allen Iverson 54
Rebs: Tyrone Hill 10
Asts: Eric Snow 5
Series tied, 1-1
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,870
Referees: Joe Crawford, Derrick Stafford, Don Vaden
May 11
8:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 78, Toronto Raptors 102
Scoring by quarter: 23-23, 18-35, 20-17, 17-27
Pts: Allen Iverson 23
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 9
Asts: Allen Iverson 8
Pts: Vince Carter 50
Rebs: Antonio Davis 14
Asts: Chris Childs 10
Toronto leads series, 2-1
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,436
Referees: Dan Crawford, Joe Forte, Hue Hollins
May 13
3:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 84, Toronto Raptors 79
Scoring by quarter: 26-18, 23-18, 21-25, 14-18
Pts: Allen Iverson 30
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 17
Asts: Iverson, McKie 5 each
Pts: Vince Carter 25
Rebs: Davis, Oakley 11 each
Asts: Chris Childs 7
Series tied, 2-2
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,351
Referees: Ron Garretson, Steve Javie, Greg Willard
May 16
8:00 PM
Toronto Raptors 88, Philadelphia 76ers 121
Scoring by quarter: 12-33, 28-29, 27-31, 21-28
Pts: Vince Carter 16
Rebs: three players 5 each
Asts: Chris Childs 8
Pts: Allen Iverson 52
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 9
Asts: Aaron McKie 9
Philadelphia leads series, 3-2
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,939
Referees: Ted Bernhardt, Bob Delaney, Bennett Salvatore
May 18
8:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 89, Toronto Raptors 101
Scoring by quarter: 17-27, 22-27, 29-16, 21-31
Pts: Allen Iverson 20
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 14
Asts: Aaron McKie 6
Pts: Vince Carter 39
Rebs: Antonio Davis 13
Asts: Morris Peterson 7
Series tied, 3-3
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,499
Referees: Hugh Evans, Bernie Fryer, Ronnie Nunn
May 20
5:30 PM
Toronto Raptors 87, Philadelphia 76ers 88
Scoring by quarter: 21-31, 21-19, 24-19, 21-19
Pts: Antonio Davis 23
Rebs: Charles Oakley 10
Asts: Vince Carter 9
Pts: Aaron McKie 22
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 17
Asts: Allen Iverson 16
Philadelphia wins series, 4-3
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,848
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Dan Crawford, Eddie F. Rush
  • 76ers ended a 16-year drought by advancing to the conference finals when Vince Carter's long jumper at the buzzer bounced off the rim.

This was the first playoff meeting between the 76ers and the Raptors.[12]

(2) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (6) Charlotte Hornets

May 6
12:40 PM
Charlotte Hornets 92, Milwaukee Bucks 104
Scoring by quarter: 24-27, 16-28, 33-23, 19-26
Pts: Jamal Mashburn 23
Rebs: Elden Campbell 13
Asts: Baron Davis 7
Pts: Ray Allen 26
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 12
Asts: Glenn Robinson 11
Milwaukee leads series, 1-0
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Hugh Evans, Ronnie Nunn, Mark Wunderlich
May 8
8:00 PM
Charlotte Hornets 90, Milwaukee Bucks 91
Scoring by quarter: 19-27, 17-20, 26-21, 28-23
Pts: David Wesley 20
Rebs: P. J. Brown 11
Asts: David Wesley 7
Pts: Ray Allen 28
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 12
Asts: Ray Allen 9
Milwaukee leads series, 2-0
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Dan Crawford, Bernie Fryer, Mike Mathis
May 10
8:00 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 92, Charlotte Hornets 102
Scoring by quarter: 26-25, 25-26, 18-25, 23-26
Pts: Glenn Robinson 23
Rebs: Scott Williams 10
Asts: Sam Cassell 9
Pts: Jamal Mashburn 36
Rebs: P. J. Brown 16
Asts: three players 6 each
Milwaukee leads series, 2-1
Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 17,392
Referees: Mike Callahan, Steve Javie, Eddie F. Rush
May 13
12:30 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 78, Charlotte Hornets 85
Scoring by quarter: 18-28, 27-22, 21-20, 12-15
Pts: Ray Allen 19
Rebs: Glenn Robinson 12
Asts: Ray Allen 10
Pts: Jamal Mashburn 31
Rebs: P. J. Brown 13
Asts: Baron Davis 7
Series tied, 2-2
Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 18,756
Referees: Joe Crawford, Bob Delaney, Hue Hollins
May 15
8:30 PM
Charlotte Hornets 94, Milwaukee Bucks 86
Scoring by quarter: 26-26, 26-23, 28-20, 14-17
Pts: Jamal Mashburn 24
Rebs: Elden Campbell 10
Asts: Jamal Mashburn 8
Pts: Glenn Robinson 22
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 17
Asts: Ray Allen 7
Charlotte leads series, 3-2
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Ron Garretson, Greg Willard
May 17
8:00 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 104, Charlotte Hornets 97
Scoring by quarter: 21-28, 22-25, 28-18, 33-26
Pts: Sam Cassell 33
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 13
Asts: Sam Cassell 11
Pts: David Wesley 27
Rebs: Jamal Mashburn 9
Asts: Jamal Mashburn 7
Series tied, 3-3
Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 23,509
Referees: Joe DeRosa, Jack Nies, Derrick Stafford
May 20
3:00 PM
Charlotte Hornets 95, Milwaukee Bucks 104
Scoring by quarter: 26-23, 21-21, 17-29, 31-31
Pts: Baron Davis 29
Rebs: Elden Campbell 10
Asts: Jamal Mashburn 9
Pts: Glenn Robinson 29
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 11
Asts: Sam Cassell 13
Milwaukee wins series, 4-3
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Steve Javie, Bennett Salvatore, Don Vaden

This was the first playoff meeting between the Hornets and the Bucks.[13]

Conference Finals

(1) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (2) Milwaukee Bucks

May 22
8:30 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 85, Philadelphia 76ers 93
Scoring by quarter: 19-19, 16-32, 28-19, 22-23
Pts: Ray Allen 31
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 15
Asts: Allen, Cassell 7 each
Pts: Allen Iverson 34
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 18
Asts: Iverson, Snow 6 each
Philadelphia leads series, 1-0
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,877
Referees: Joe Crawford, Terry Durham, Joe Forte
May 24
8:30 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 92, Philadelphia 76ers 78
Scoring by quarter: 32-16, 17-21, 20-20, 23-21
Pts: Ray Allen 38
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 7
Asts: Sam Cassell 11
Pts: Aaron McKie 21
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 20
Asts: Allen Iverson 9
Series tied, 1-1
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,998
Referees: Joe DeRosa, Ron Garretson, Steve Javie
May 26
5:30 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 74, Milwaukee Bucks 80
Scoring by quarter: 17-24, 22-19, 21-26, 14-11
Pts: Aaron McKie 22
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 10
Asts: Aaron McKie 5
Pts: Sam Cassell 24
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 13
Asts: Ray Allen 5
Milwaukee leads series, 2-1
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Bob Delaney, Hugh Evans, Don Vaden
May 28
5:30 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 89, Milwaukee Bucks 83
Scoring by quarter: 24-22, 16-20, 29-20, 20-21
Pts: Allen Iverson 28
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 15
Asts: Aaron McKie 9
Pts: Glenn Robinson 20
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 17
Asts: Ray Allen 6
Series tied, 2-2
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Ted Bernhardt, Dan Crawford
May 30
9:00 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 88, Philadelphia 76ers 89
Scoring by quarter: 29-21, 22-21, 19-28, 18-19
Pts: Glenn Robinson 22
Rebs: Sam Cassell 12
Asts: Allen, Cassell 4 each
Pts: Dikembe Mutombo 21
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 13
Asts: Allen Iverson 8
Philadelphia leads series, 3-2
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 21,087
Referees: Bernie Fryer, Ronnie Nunn, Bennett Salvatore
June 1
9:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 100, Milwaukee Bucks 110
Scoring by quarter: 15-25, 16-35, 23-20, 46-30
Pts: Allen Iverson 46
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 14
Asts: Aaron McKie 9
Pts: Ray Allen 41
Rebs: Ervin Johnson 12
Asts: Sam Cassell 11
Series tied, 3-3
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Joe Crawford, Jack Nies, Eddie F. Rush
June 3
7:30 PM
Milwaukee Bucks 91, Philadelphia 76ers 108
Scoring by quarter: 26-25, 24-31, 21-26, 20-26
Pts: Ray Allen 26
Rebs: Tim Thomas 12
Asts: Ray Allen 6
Pts: Allen Iverson 44
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 19
Asts: Aaron McKie 13
Philadelphia wins series, 4-3
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 21,046
Referees: Dan Crawford, Hugh Evans, Steve Javie

This was the ninth playoff meeting between these two teams, with the 76ers winning five of the first eight meetings.

NBA Finals

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Philadelphia 76ers

Last Playoff Meeting: 1983 NBA Finals (Philadelphia won 4-0)

June 6
9:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 107, Los Angeles Lakers 101 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 22-23, 34-27, 23-27, 15-17Overtime: 13-7
Pts: Allen Iverson 48
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 16
Asts: Aaron McKie 9
Pts: Shaquille O'Neal 44
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 20
Asts: three players 5 each
Philadelphia leads series, 1-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Joe Crawford, Ron Garretson
June 8
9:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers 89, Los Angeles Lakers 98
Scoring by quarter: 24-25, 23-24, 20-28, 22-21
Pts: Allen Iverson 23
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 13
Asts: Aaron McKie 6
Pts: Kobe Bryant 31
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 20
Asts: Shaquille O'Neal 9
Series tied, 1-1
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Bernie Fryer, Steve Javie, Ronnie Nunn
June 10
7:30 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 96, Philadelphia 76ers 91
Scoring by quarter: 25-25, 30-20, 18-21, 23-25
Pts: Kobe Bryant 32
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 12
Asts: four players 3 each
Pts: Allen Iverson 35
Rebs: Iverson, Mutombo 12 each
Asts: Aaron McKie 8
Los Angeles leads series, 2-1
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,900
Referees: Dan Crawford, Bob Delaney, Bennett Salvatore
June 13
9:00 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 100, Philadelphia 76ers 86
Scoring by quarter: 22-14, 29-23, 26-22, 23-27
Pts: Shaquille O'Neal 34
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 14
Asts: Kobe Bryant 9
Pts: Allen Iverson 35
Rebs: Dikembe Mutombo 9
Asts: Iverson, Snow 4 each
Los Angeles leads series, 3-1
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,896
Referees: Hugh Evans, Jack Nies, Eddie F. Rush
June 15
9:00 PM
Los Angeles Lakers 108, Philadelphia 76ers 96
Scoring by quarter: 24-27, 28-21, 31-20, 25-28
Pts: Shaquille O'Neal 29
Rebs: Shaquille O'Neal 13
Asts: Bryant, Fox 6 each
Pts: Allen Iverson 37
Rebs: Tyrone Hill 13
Asts: Eric Snow 12
Los Angeles wins series, 4-1
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,890
Referees: Dick Bavetta, Joe Crawford, Bernie Fryer
  • In Game 1, Allen Iverson scored 48 points in his first-ever Finals game as the 76ers ended Lakers' 11-game playoff winning streak (19 overall) and ended the Lakers' perfect playoff run that season.

This was the sixth playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Lakers winning four of the first five meetings.

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Team Rivalry Finder -- Los Angeles Lakers versus Portland Trail Blazers (Playoffs)". basketball-reference.com. Retrieved 2015.
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