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NBA Finals 2019


2019 NBA Finals

Team Coach Wins
Toronto Raptors Nick Nurse 4
Golden State Warriors Steve Kerr 2
Dates May 30–June 13
Television U.S.:
English: ABC
Spanish: ESPN Deportes
Announcers ABC:

  • Mike Breen (play-by-play)
  • Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson(analysts)
  • Doris Burke (sideline reporter)

ESPN Deportes:

  • Álvaro Martín (play-by-play)
  • Carlos Morales (analyst)
Radio network ESPN Radio (National)
Golden State Warriors Radio Network (Golden State)
Announcers Marc Kestecher and Hubie Brown(ESPN Radio)
Tim Roye, Jim Barnett and Tom Tolbert (Golden State)
Eastern Finals Raptors defeated Bucks, 4–2
Western Finals Warriors defeated Trail Blazers, 4–0
Game 1: James Capers, Jason Phillips, John Goble
Game 2: Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy
Game 3: Marc Davis, David Guthrie, Kane Fitzgerald
Game 4: Mike Callahan, Zach Zarba, Eric Lewis
Game 5: James Capers, Jason Phillips, Ed Malloy
Game 6: Marc Davis, David Guthrie, John Goble

Series summary

Game Date Home Team Result Road Team
Game 1 Thursday, May 30 Toronto Raptors 118–109 (1–0) Golden State Warriors
Game 2 Sunday, June 2 Toronto Raptors 104–109 (1–1) Golden State Warriors
Game 3 Wednesday, June 5 Golden State Warriors 109–123 (1–2) Toronto Raptors
Game 4 Friday, June 7 Golden State Warriors 92–105 (1–3) Toronto Raptors
Game 5 Monday, June 10 Toronto Raptors 105–106 (3–2) Golden State Warriors
Game 6 Thursday, June 13 Toronto Raptors 114–110 (4–2) Golden State Warriors

NBA Finals Series

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

Game 1

SN, RDS, ABC
May 30
9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 109, Toronto Raptors 118
Scoring by quarter: 21–25, 28–3432–29, 28–30
Pts: Stephen Curry 34
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Draymond Green 10
Pts: Pascal Siakam 32
Rebs: Leonard, Siakam 8 each
Asts: Kyle Lowry 9
Toronto leads series, 1–0
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 19,983
Referees: James Capers, Jason Phillips, John Goble

Game 2

TSN, RDS, ABC
June 2
8:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 109, Toronto Raptors 104
Scoring by quarter: 26–27, 28–3234–21, 21–24
Pts: Klay Thompson 25
Rebs: Cousins, Green 10 each
Asts: Draymond Green 9
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 34
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 14
Asts: Pascal Siakam 4
Series tied, 1–1
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,014
Referees: Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy

Game 3

SN, RDS, ABC
June 5
9:00 pm
Toronto Raptors 123, Golden State Warriors 109
Scoring by quarter: 36–29, 24–23, 36–31, 27–26
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 30
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 9
Asts: Kyle Lowry 9
Pts: Stephen Curry 47
Rebs: Stephen Curry 8
Asts: Stephen Curry 7
Toronto leads series, 2–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Marc Davis, David Guthrie, Kane Fitzgerald

Game 4

TSN, RDS, ABC
June 7
9:00 pm
Toronto Raptors 105, Golden State Warriors 92
Scoring by quarter: 17–2325–23, 37-21, 26-25
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 36
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 12
Asts: Kyle Lowry 7
Pts: Klay Thompson 28
Rebs: Draymond Green 9
Asts: Draymond Green 12
Toronto leads series, 3–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Mike Callahan, Zach Zarba, Eric Lewis, (Alternate) Sean Wright

Game 5

SN, RDS, ABC
June 10
9:00pm
Golden State Warriors 106, Toronto Raptors 105
Scoring by quarter: 34–28, 28–28, 22–22, 22–27
Pts: Stephen Curry 31
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Draymond Green 8
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 26
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 12
Asts: Leonard, Lowry 6 each
Toronto leads series, 3–2
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,144
Referees: James Capers, Jason Phillips, Ed Malloy, (Alternate) Kane Fitzgerald

Game 6

TSN, ABC
June 13
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Toronto Raptors 114, Golden State Warriors 110
Scoring by quarter: 33–32, 27–25, 26–3128–22
Pts: Lowry, Siakam 26 each
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 10
Asts: Kyle Lowry 10
Pts: Klay Thompson 30
Rebs: Draymond Green 19
Asts: Draymond Green 13
Toronto wins series, 4–2
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Marc Davis, David Guthrie, John Goble, (Alternate) Eric Lewis

Rosters

Golden State Warriors

Golden State Warriors roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Name Height Weight DOB (YYYY-MM-DD) From
F 2 Bell, Jordan 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 224 lb (102 kg) 1995–01–07 Oregon
C 12 Bogut, Andrew 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 260 lb (118 kg) 1984–11–28 Utah
G 4 Cook, Quinn 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 179 lb (81 kg) 1993–03–23 Duke
C 0 Cousins, DeMarcus Injured 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 270 lb (122 kg) 1990–08–13 Kentucky
G 30 Curry, Stephen (C) 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 190 lb (86 kg) 1988–03–14 Davidson
F 32 Derrickson, Marcus (TW) 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 249 lb (113 kg) 1996–02–01 Georgetown
F 35 Durant, Kevin Injured 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 240 lb (109 kg) 1988–09–29 Texas
G 10 Evans, Jacob 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 210 lb (95 kg) 1997–06–18 Cincinnati
F 23 Green, Draymond 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 230 lb (104 kg) 1990–03–04 Michigan State
G/F 9 Iguodala, Andre 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1984–01–28 Arizona
F 21 Jerebko, Jonas 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 231 lb (105 kg) 1987–03–02 Sweden
C 15 Jones, Damian 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 245 lb (111 kg) 1995–06–30 Vanderbilt
G 1 Lee, Damion (TW) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 210 lb (95 kg) 1992–10–21 Louisville
G 34 Livingston, Shaun 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 192 lb (87 kg) 1985–09–11 Peoria HS (IL)
F/C 5 Looney, Kevon 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 220 lb (100 kg) 1996–02–06 UCLA
F 28 McKinnie, Alfonzo 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1992–09–17 Green Bay
G 11 Thompson, Klay 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1990–02–08 Washington State
Head coach
  • Steve Kerr

Assistant coach(es)

  • Mike Brown
  • Bruce Fraser
  • Ron Adams
  • Jarron Collins
  • Chris DeMarco (assistant coach &
    director of player development)
  • Willie Green (player development)

Legend

  • (C) Team captain
  • (DP) Unsigned draft pick
  • (FA) Free agent
  • (S) Suspended
  • (GL) On assignment to G League affiliate
  • (TW) Two-way affiliate player
  • Injured

Media coverage

United States

ABC and ESPN Deportes, and will be streamed on ESPN3.

2018 NBA Finals Facts

Date: May 31 – June 17, 2018

Team Coach Wins
Golden State Warriors Steve Kerr 4
Cleveland Cavaliers Tyronn Lue 0
Dates May 31 – June 8
MVP Kevin Durant
(Golden State Warriors)
Television U.S.:
English: ABC
Spanish: ESPN Deportes
Canada: TSN (Games 1 and 3) Sportsnet (Games 2 and 4)
Announcers ABC:

  • Mike Breen (play-by-play)
  • Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy(analysts)
  • Doris Burke (sideline reporter)

ESPN Deportes:

  • Álvaro Martín (play-by-play)
  • Carlos Morales (analyst)
Radio network ESPN Radio (National)
Cleveland Cavaliers Radio Network(Cleveland)
Golden State Warriors Radio Network (Golden State)
Announcers Marc Kestecher and Hubie Brown(ESPN Radio)
John Michael and Jim Chones(Cleveland)
Tim Roye, Jim Barnett and Tom Tolbert (Golden State)
Referees
Game 1: Ken Mauer, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy
Game 2: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Derrick Stafford
Game 3: Marc Davis, John Goble, Zach Zarba
Game 4: Scott Foster, James Capers, Jason Phillips
Eastern Finals Cavaliers defeated Celtics, 4–3
Western Finals Warriors defeated Rockets, 4–3

Series summary

Game Date Home Team Result Road Team
Game 1 Thursday, May 31 Golden State Warriors 124–114 (OT) (1–0) Cleveland Cavaliers
Game 2 Sunday, June 3 Golden State Warriors 122–103 (2–0) Cleveland Cavaliers
Game 3 Wednesday, June 6 Cleveland Cavaliers 102–110 (0–3) Golden State Warriors
Game 4 Friday, June 8 Cleveland Cavaliers 85–108 (0–4) Golden State Warriors

NBA Finals Series

Game 1

May 31,
9:00 pm

Cleveland Cavaliers 114, Golden State Warriors 124 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 30–29, 26–27, 22–2829–23, Overtime: 7–17
Pts: LeBron James 51
Rebs: Kevin Love 13
Asts: LeBron James 8
Pts: Stephen Curry 29
Rebs: Draymond Green 11
Asts: Green, Curry 9 each
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Ken Mauer, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy
ABC

Game 2

June 3,
8:00 pm

Cleveland Cavaliers 103, Golden State Warriors 122
Scoring by quarter: 28–32, 18–2734–31, 23–32
Pts: LeBron James 29
Rebs: Kevin Love 10
Asts: LeBron James 13
Pts: Stephen Curry 33
Rebs: Kevin Durant 9
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Derrick Stafford
ABC

Game 3

June 6,
9:00 pm

Golden State Warriors 110, Cleveland Cavaliers 102
Scoring by quarter: 28–29, 24–2931–23, 27–21
Pts: Kevin Durant 43
Rebs: Kevin Durant 13
Asts: Draymond Green 9
Pts: LeBron James 33
Rebs: Kevin Love 13
Asts: LeBron James 11
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Attendance: 20,562
Referees: Marc Davis, John Goble, Zach Zarba
ABC

Game 4

June 8
9:00 pm

Golden State Warriors 108, Cleveland Cavaliers 85
Scoring by quarter: 34–25, 27–27, 25–13, 22–20
Pts: Stephen Curry 37
Rebs: Kevin Durant 12
Asts: Kevin Durant 10
Pts: LeBron James 23
Rebs: Kevin Love 9
Asts: LeBron James 8
Golden State wins series, 4–0
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Attendance: 20,562
Referees: Scott Foster, James Capers, Jason Phillips
ABC

2017 NBA Finals

Team Coach Wins
Golden State Warriors Steve Kerr
Mike Brown(interim)
4
Cleveland Cavaliers Tyronn Lue 1
Dates June 1–12
MVP Kevin Durant
(Golden State Warriors)
Television U.S.:
English: ABC
Spanish: ESPN Deportes
Canada: TSN (Game 3 and 4) Sportsnet (Game 1 and 2)
Announcers ABC:

  • Mike Breen (play-by-play)
  • Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy(analysts)
  • Doris Burke (sideline reporter)

ESPN Deportes:

  • Álvaro Martín (play-by-play)
  • Carlos Morales (analyst)
Radio network ESPN Radio (National)
Cleveland Cavaliers Radio Network(Cleveland)
Golden State Warriors Radio Network (Golden State)
Announcers Marc Kestecher and Hubie Brown(ESPN Radio)
John Michael and Jim Chones(Cleveland)
Tim Roye, Jim Barnett and Tom Tolbert (Golden State)
Referees
Game 1: Danny Crawford, Derrick Stafford, Zach Zarba
Game 2: Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, James Capers
Game 3: Monty McCutchen, Ed Malloy, Ken Mauer
Game 4: Mike Callahan, Marc Davis, John Goble
Game 5: Danny Crawford, Ed Malloy, Derrick Stafford
Eastern Finals Cavaliers defeated Celtics, 4–1
Western Finals Warriors defeated Spurs, 4–0

Series summary

Game Date Home Team Result Road Team
Game 1 Thursday, June 1 Golden State Warriors 113–91 (1–0) Cleveland Cavaliers
Game 2 Sunday, June 4 Golden State Warriors 132–113 (2–0) Cleveland Cavaliers
Game 3 Wednesday, June 7 Cleveland Cavaliers 113–118 (0–3) Golden State Warriors
Game 4 Friday, June 9 Cleveland Cavaliers 137–116 (1–3) Golden State Warriors
Game 5 Monday, June 12 Golden State Warriors 129–120 (4–1) Cleveland Cavaliers

NBA Finals Series

Game 1

June 1
9:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 91, Golden State Warriors 113
Scoring by quarter: 30–35, 22–25, 20–33, 19–20
Pts: LeBron James 28
Rebs: Kevin Love 21
Asts: LeBron James 8
Pts: Kevin Durant 38
Rebs: Draymond Green 11
Asts: Stephen Curry 10
Golden State leads series, 1–0
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Danny Crawford, Derrick Stafford, Zach Zarba
ABC

Game 2

June 4
8:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 113, Golden State Warriors 132
Scoring by quarter: 34–4030–27, 24–35, 25–30
Pts: LeBron James 29
Rebs: LeBron James 11
Asts: LeBron James 14
Pts: Kevin Durant 33
Rebs: Kevin Durant 13
Asts: Stephen Curry 11
Golden State leads series, 2–0
ABC

Game 3

June 7
9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 118, Cleveland Cavaliers 113
Scoring by quarter: 39–32, 28–29, 22–3329–19
Pts: Kevin Durant 31
Rebs: Stephen Curry 13
Asts: Draymond Green 7
Pts: LeBron James 39
Rebs: Kevin Love 13
Asts: LeBron James 9
Golden State leads series, 3–0
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Attendance: 20,562
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Ed Malloy, Ken Mauer
ABC

Game 4

June 9
9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 116, Cleveland Cavaliers 137
Scoring by quarter: 33–49, 35–37, 28–29, 20–22
Pts: Kevin Durant 35
Rebs: Draymond Green 14
Asts: Stephen Curry 10
Pts: Kyrie Irving 40
Rebs: James, Thompson 10 each
Asts: LeBron James 11
Golden State leads series, 3–1
ABC

Game 5

June 12
9:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 120, Golden State Warriors 129
Scoring by quarter: 37–33, 23–3833–27, 27–31
Pts: LeBron James 41
Rebs: LeBron James 13
Asts: LeBron James 8
Pts: Kevin Durant 39
Rebs: Draymond Green 12
Asts: Stephen Curry 10
Golden State wins series, 4–1
ABC

2016 NBA Finals

Team Coach Wins
Cleveland Cavaliers Tyronn Lue 4
Golden State Warriors Steve Kerr 3
Dates June 2–19, 2016
MVP LeBron James
(Cleveland Cavaliers)
Television United States:
English: ABC and ESPN3
Spanish: ESPN Deportes
Canada: (all ABC simulcasts)
TSN (Games 1, 2, 5, 7)
Sportsnet (Games 3, 4, 6)
Announcers ABC:

  • Mike Breen (play-by-play)
  • Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy (analysts)
  • Doris Burke (sideline reporter)
  • Craig Sager (sideline reporter in Game 6)

ESPN Deportes:

  • Álvaro Martín (play-by-play), and
  • Carlos Morales (analyst)
Radio network ESPN Radio (National)
Cleveland Cavaliers Radio Network (Cleveland)
Golden State Warriors Radio Network (Golden State Warriors
Announcers Kevin Calabro and Hubie Brown (ESPN Radio)
John Michael and Jim Chones (Cleveland)
Tim Roye, Jim Barnett and Tom Tolbert (Golden State)
Referees
Game 1: Ken Mauer, Marc Davis, and Ed Malloy.
Game 2: Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, and James Capers.
Game 3: Monty McCutchen, Derrick Stafford, and Zach Zarba.
Game 4: Dan Crawford, Mike Callahan, and Jason Phillips.
Game 5: Monty McCutchen, Marc Davis, and Derrick Stafford.
Game 6: Scott Foster, Ken Mauer, and Jason Phillips.
Game 7: Dan Crawford, Mike Callahan, and Monty McCutchen.
Eastern Finals Cavaliers defeated Raptors, 4–2
Western Finals Warriors defeated Thunder, 4–3

NBA Finals 2015

NBA Finals: (E2) Cleveland Cavaliers vs. (W1) Golden State Warriors

June 4 9:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 100, Golden State Warriors 108 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 29–19, 22–29, 22–25, 25–25, OT: 2–10
Pts: LeBron James 44
Rebs: Tristan Thompson 15
Asts: James, Irving 6
Pts: Stephen Curry 26
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 7
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Monty McCutchen, James Capers, Jason Phillips
ABC
June 7 8:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 95, Golden State Warriors 93 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 27–25, 15–14, 25–28OT: 8–6
Pts: LeBron James 39
Rebs: LeBron James 16
Asts: LeBron James 11
Pts: Klay Thompson 34
Rebs: Green, Bogut 10
Asts: Curry, Iguodala 5
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, Zach Zarba
ABC
June 9 9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 91, Cleveland Cavaliers 96
Scoring by quarter: 20–24, 17–20, 18–2836–24
Pts: Stephen Curry 27
Rebs: Ezeli, Green 7 each
Asts: Stephen Curry 6
Pts: LeBron James 40
Rebs: Tristan Thompson 13
Asts: LeBron James 8
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Attendance: 20,562
Referees: Dan Crawford, Marc Davis, Derrick Stafford
ABC
June 11 9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 103, Cleveland Cavaliers 82
Scoring by quarter: 31–24, 23–18, 22–2827–12
Pts: Curry, Iguodala 22 each
Rebs: three players 8 each
Asts: Curry, Green 6 each
Pts: Timofey Mozgov 28
Rebs: Tristan Thompson 13
Asts: LeBron James 8
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Referees: Joe Crawford, Mike Callahan, Ken Mauer
ABC
June 14 8:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 91, Golden State Warriors 104
Scoring by quarter: 22–22, 28–29, 17–22, 24–31
Pts: LeBron James 40
Rebs: LeBron James 14
Asts: LeBron James 11
Pts: Stephen Curry 37
Rebs: Harrison Barnes 10
Asts: Andre Iguodala 7
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Monty McCutchen, James Capers, Jason Phillips
ABC
June 16 9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 105, Cleveland Cavaliers 97
Scoring by quarter: 28–15, 17–2828–18, 32–36
Golden State wins series 4–2
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Referees: Scott Foster, Marc Davis, Zach Zarba
ABC

Conference Finals

(1) Atlanta Hawks vs. (2) Cleveland Cavaliers

May 20 8:30 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 97, Atlanta Hawks 89
Scoring by quarter: 20–2631–25, 23–16, 23–22
Pts: LeBron James 31
Rebs: Timofey Mozgov 11
Asts: Irving, James 6 each
Pts: Jeff Teague 27
Rebs: three players 7 each
Asts: Schröder, Teague 4 each
Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
Attendance: 18,489
Referees: Scott Foster, Pat Fraher, Jason Phillips
TNT
May 22 8:30 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 94, Atlanta Hawks 82
Scoring by quarter: 26–21, 28–28, 30–17, 10–16
Pts: LeBron James 30
Rebs: Tristan Thompson 16
Asts: LeBron James 11
Pts: Dennis Schröder 13
Rebs: Mike Scott 7
Asts: Jeff Teague 6
Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
Attendance: 18,670
Referees: Joe Crawford, Mike Callahan, Bill Spoone
TNT
May 24 8:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks 111, Cleveland Cavaliers 114 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 24–21, 25–27, 27–3328–23, OT: 7–10
Pts: Jeff Teague 30
Rebs: Millsap, Scott 9 each
Asts: Jeff Teague 7
Pts: LeBron James 37
Rebs: LeBron James 18
Asts: LeBron James 13
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Attendance: 20,562
Referees: Ken Mauer, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy
TNT
May 26 8:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks 88, Cleveland Cavaliers 118
Scoring by quarter: 20–32, 22–27, 18–26, 28–33
Pts: Jeff Teague 17
Rebs: Paul Millsap 10
Asts: Horford, Millsap 5 each
Pts: LeBron James 23
Rebs: Tristan Thompson 11
Asts: LeBron James 7
Cleveland wins series 4–0
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Attendance: 20,562
Referees: Dan Crawford, Marc Davis, Derrick Stafford
TNT

(1) Golden State Warriors vs. (2) Houston Rockets

May 19 9:00 pm
Houston Rockets 106, Golden State Warriors 110
Scoring by quarter: 31–24, 24–34, 24–2627–26
Pts: James Harden 28
Rebs: Dwight Howard 13
Asts: James Harden 9
Pts: Stephen Curry 34
Rebs: Draymond Green 12
Asts: Draymond Green 8
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Dan Crawford, Marc Davis, Sean Wright
ESPN
May 21 9:00 pm
Houston Rockets 98, Golden State Warriors 99
Scoring by quarter: 28–3627–19, 20–2223–22
Pts: James Harden 38
Rebs: Dwight Howard 17
Asts: James Harden 9
Pts: Stephen Curry 33
Rebs: Bogut, Green 8 each
Asts: Draymond Green 7
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Monty McCutchen, James Capers, John Goble
ESPN
May 23 9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 115, Houston Rockets 80
Scoring by quarter: 30–18, 32–19, 30–24, 23–19
Pts: Stephen Curry 40
Rebs: Draymond Green 13
Asts: Stephen Curry 7
Pts: James Harden 17
Rebs: Dwight Howard 14
Asts: Harden, Smith 4 each
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,282
Referees: Scott Foster, Jason Phillips, Zach Zarba
ESPN
May 25 9:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 115, Houston Rockets 128
Scoring by quarter: 22–4537–24, 25–3031–29
Pts: Klay Thompson 24
Rebs: Draymond Green 15
Asts: three players 4 each
Pts: James Harden 45
Rebs: Dwight Howard 12
Asts: Harden, Smith 5 each
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,239
Referees: Joe Crawford, Mike Callahan, Tom Washington
ESPN
May 27 9:00 pm
Houston Rockets 90, Golden State Warriors 104
Scoring by quarter: 22–17, 24–35, 22–22, 22–30
Pts: Dwight Howard 18
Rebs: Dwight Howard 16
Asts: James Harden 5
Pts: Stephen Curry 26
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 14
Asts: Curry, Iguodala 6
Golden State wins series, 4–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Ken Mauer, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy
ESPN

NBA Playoffs 2019

NBA Playoffs 2019

Dates April 13, 2019 – TBA
Season 2018–19
Teams 16

Bracket

First Round Conference Semifinals Conference Finals NBA Finals
E1 Milwaukee* 4
E8 Detroit 0
E1 Milwaukee* 4
E4 Boston 1
E4 Boston 4
E5 Indiana 0
E1 Milwaukee* 2
Eastern Conference
E2 Toronto* 4
E3 Philadelphia 4
E6 Brooklyn 1
E3 Philadelphia 3
E2 Toronto* 4
E2 Toronto* 4
E7 Orlando 1
E2 Toronto* 4
W1 Golden State* 2
W1 Golden State* 4
W8 LA Clippers 2
W1 Golden State* 4
W4 Houston* 2
W4 Houston* 4
W5 Utah 1
W1 Golden State* 4
Western Conference
W3 Portland 0
W3 Portland 4
W6 Oklahoma City 1
W3 Portland 4
W2 Denver* 3
W2 Denver* 4
W7 San Antonio 3

NBA Finals: (E2) Toronto Raptors vs. (W1) Golden State Warriors

May 30
9:00pm
Golden State Warriors 109, Toronto Raptors 118
Scoring by quarter: 21–25, 28–3432–29, 28–30
Pts: Stephen Curry 34
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Draymond Green 10
Pts: Pascal Siakam 32
Rebs: Leonard, Siakam 8 each
Asts: Kyle Lowry 9
Toronto leads series, 1–0
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 19,983
Referees: James Capers, Jason Phillips, John Goble, (Alternate) Josh Tiven
ABC, TSN
June 2
8:00pm
Golden State Warriors 109, Toronto Raptors 104
Scoring by quarter: 26–27, 28–3234–21, 21–24
Pts: Klay Thompson 25
Rebs: Cousins, Green 10 each
Asts: Draymond Green 9
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 34
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 14
Asts: Pascal Siakam 4
Series tied, 1–1
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,014
Referees: Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy, (Alternate) Josh Tiven
ABC, SN1
June 5
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Toronto Raptors 123, Golden State Warriors 109
Scoring by quarter: 36–29, 24–23, 36–31, 27– 26
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 30
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 9
Asts: Kyle Lowry 9
Pts: Stephen Curry 47
Rebs: Stephen Curry 8
Asts: Stephen Curry 7
Toronto leads series, 2–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Marc Davis, David Guthrie, Kane Fitzgerald, (Alternate) Sean Wright
ABC, TSN
June 7
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Toronto Raptors 105, Golden State Warriors 92
Scoring by quarter: 17–2325–23, 37-21, 26-25
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 36
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 12
Asts: Kyle Lowry 7
Pts: Klay Thompson 28
Rebs: Draymond Green 9
Asts: Draymond Green 12
Toronto leads series, 3–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Mike Callahan, Zach Zarba, Eric Lewis, (Alternate) Sean Wright
ABC, SN1
June 10
9:00pm
Golden State Warriors 106, Toronto Raptors 105
Scoring by quarter: 34–28, 28–28, 22–22, 22–27
Pts: Stephen Curry 31
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Draymond Green 8
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 26
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 12
Asts: Leonard, Lowry 6 each
Toronto leads series, 3–2
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,144
Referees: James Capers, Jason Phillips, Ed Malloy, (Alternate) Kane Fitzgerald
June 13
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Toronto Raptors 114, Golden State Warriors 110
Scoring by quarter: 33–32, 27–25, 26–3128–22
Pts: Lowry, Siakam 26 each
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 10
Asts: Kyle Lowry 10
Pts: Klay Thompson 30
Rebs: Draymond Green 19
Asts: Draymond Green 13
Toronto wins series, 4–2
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Marc Davis, David Guthrie, John Goble, (Alternate) Eric Lewis

Conference Semifinals

Eastern Conference Semifinals

(1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (4) Boston Celtics

ABC
April 28
1:00pm (12:00 pm CDT)
Boston Celtics 112, Milwaukee Bucks 90
Scoring by quarter: 26–17, 26–3334–18, 24–19
Pts: Kyrie Irving 26
Rebs: Al Horford 11
Asts: Kyrie Irving 11
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 22
Rebs: Khris Middleton 10
Asts: Khris Middleton 6
Boston leads series, 1–0
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 17,341
Referees: James Capers, Ed Malloy, Tyler Ford
April 30
8:00pm (7:00 pm CDT)
Boston Celtics 102, Milwaukee Bucks 123
Scoring by quarter: 30–25, 25–34, 18–3929–25
Pts: Marcus Morris 17
Rebs: Horford, Rozier 8 each
Asts: Kyrie Irving 4
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 29
Rebs: Pat Connaughton 11
Asts: Eric Bledsoe 5
Series tied, 1–1
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 17,536
Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brothers, Tom Washington

TNT

ESPN
May 3
8:00pm
Milwaukee Bucks 123, Boston Celtics 116
Scoring by quarter: 25–3030–26, 40–31, 28–29
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 32
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 13
Asts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 8
Pts: Kyrie Irving 29
Rebs: Jayson Tatum 11
Asts: Kyrie Irving 6
Milwaukee leads series, 2–1
TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
Attendance: 18,624
Referees: Ken Mauer, Kane Fitzgerald, Tony Brown
TNT
May 6
7:00pm
Milwaukee Bucks 113, Boston Celtics 101
Scoring by quarter: 22–3025–19, 33–23, 33–29
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 39
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 16
Asts: Khris Middleton 7
Pts: Kyrie Irving 23
Rebs: Marcus Morris 14
Asts: Kyrie Irving 10
Milwaukee leads series, 3–1
TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
Attendance: 18,624
Referees: Zach Zarba, John Goble, Pat Fraher
TNT
May 8
8:00pm (7:00 pm CDT)
Boston Celtics 91, Milwaukee Bucks 116
Scoring by quarter: 19–22, 20–30, 23–28, 29–36
Pts: Kyrie Irving 15
Rebs: Marcus Morris 11
Asts: Al Horford 6
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 20
Rebs: Mirotić, Connaughton 11 each
Asts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 8
Milwaukee wins series, 4–1
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 17,701
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Rodney Mott
ESPN
May 10
TBD
Milwaukee Bucks vs. Boston Celtics*
TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
TNT
May 13
TBD
Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks*
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

(2) Toronto Raptors vs. (3) Philadelphia 76ers

TNT, SN1
April 27
7:30pm
Philadelphia 76ers 95, Toronto Raptors 108
Scoring by quarter: 31–39, 21–22, 29–31, 14–16
Pts: JJ Redick 17
Rebs: Tobias Harris 15
Asts: Tobias Harris 6
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 45
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 11
Asts: Kyle Lowry 8
Toronto leads series, 1–0
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 19,800
Referees: Ken Mauer, Kane Fitzgerald, Nick Buchert
TNT, TSN
April 29
8:00pm
Philadelphia 76ers 94, Toronto Raptors 89
Scoring by quarter: 26–17, 25–21, 18–25, 25–26
Pts: Jimmy Butler 30
Rebs: Butler, Harris 11 each
Asts: three players 5 each
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 35
Rebs: three players 7 each
Asts: Kawhi Leonard 6
Series tied, 1–1
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 19,800
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Scott Wall
ESPN, SN1
May 2
8:00pm
Toronto Raptors 95, Philadelphia 76ers 116
Scoring by quarter: 29–32, 24–3228–25, 14–27
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 33
Rebs: Gasol, Green 6 each
Asts: Kyle Lowry 5
Pts: Joel Embiid 33
Rebs: Joel Embiid 10
Asts: Jimmy Butler 9
Philadelphia leads series, 2–1
Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,658
Referees: Scott Foster, Jason Phillips, Tre Maddox
ABC, CTV/TSN
May 5
3:30pm
Toronto Raptors 101, Philadelphia 76ers 96
Scoring by quarter: 24–21, 23–24, 28–3026–21
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 39
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 14
Asts: Kyle Lowry 7
Pts: Jimmy Butler 29
Rebs: Jimmy Butler 11
Asts: Joel Embiid 7
Series tied, 2–2
Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,639
Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brothers, Josh Tiven
TNT, SN1

May 7
8:00pm
Philadelphia 76ers 89, Toronto Raptors 125
Scoring by quarter: 26–27, 17–37, 27–28, 19–33
Pts: Jimmy Butler 22
Rebs: Ben Simmons 7
Asts: Jimmy Butler 7 Pts: Pascal Siakam 25
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 13
Asts: Kyle Lowry 5
Toronto leads series, 3–2
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,287
Referees: James Capers, Eric Lewis, Sean Wright

ESPN, TSN
May 9
8:00pm
Toronto Raptors 101, Philadelphia 76ers 112
Scoring by quarter: 21–29, 22–29, 24–2934–25
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 29
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 12
Asts: Kyle Lowry 6
Pts: Jimmy Butler 25
Rebs: Joel Embiid 12
Asts: Jimmy Butler 8
Series tied, 3–3
Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,525
Referees: Zach Zarba, John Goble, Tom Washington
TNT, SN1
May 12
7:00pm
Philadelphia 76ers 90, Toronto Raptors 92
Scoring by quarter: 13–1827–26, 24–23, 26–25
Pts: Joel Embiid 21
Rebs: Joel Embiid 11
Asts: Ben Simmons 5
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 41
Rebs: Siakam, Gasol 11 each
Asts: Kyle Lowry 6
Toronto wins series, 4–3
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,917
Referees: Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, Jason Phillips

Western Conference Semifinals

(1) Golden State Warriors vs. (4) Houston Rockets[edit]

ABC
April 28
3:30pm (12:30 pm PDT)
Houston Rockets 100, Golden State Warriors 104
Scoring by quarter: 19–2834–25, 23–3024–21
Pts: James Harden 35
Rebs: Clint Capela 6
Asts: James Harden 6
Pts: Kevin Durant 35
Rebs: Draymond Green 9
Asts: Draymond Green 9
Golden State leads series, 1–0
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Zach Zarba, Josh Tiven, Courtney Kirkland
TNT
April 30
10:30pm (7:30 pm PDT)
Houston Rockets 109, Golden State Warriors 115
Scoring by quarter: 20–29, 29–29, 26–24, 34–33
Pts: James Harden 29
Rebs: Tucker, Capela 10 each
Asts: Chris Paul 6
Pts: Kevin Durant 29
Rebs: Draymond Green 12
Asts: Draymond Green 7
Golden State leads series, 2–0
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Scott Foster, Ed Malloy, Eric Lewis
ABC
May 4
8:30pm (7:30 pm CDT)
Golden State Warriors 121, Houston Rockets 126 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 26–25, 23–3335–33, 28–21, Overtime: 9–14
Pts: Kevin Durant 46
Rebs: Draymond Green 11
Asts: Draymond Green 10
Pts: James Harden 41
Rebs: P. J. Tucker 12
Asts: Chris Paul 7
Golden State leads series, 2–1
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,169
Referees: James Capers, John Goble, Sean Wright
TNT
May 6
9:30pm (8:30 pm CDT)
Golden State Warriors 108, Houston Rockets 112
Scoring by quarter: 28–25, 26–36, 30–3224–19
Pts: Kevin Durant 34
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
Pts: James Harden 38
Rebs: Harden, Tucker 10 each
Asts: Chris Paul 5
Series tied, 2–2
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,055
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Kevin Scott
TNT
May 8
10:30pm (7:30 pm PDT)
Houston Rockets 99, Golden State Warriors 104
Scoring by quarter: 17–31, 26–26, 29–15, 27–32
Pts: James Harden 31
Rebs: Clint Capela 14
Asts: James Harden 8
Pts: Klay Thompson 27
Rebs: Draymond Green 12
Asts: Draymond Green 11
Golden State leads series, 3–2
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Ken Mauer, Jason Phillips, Kane Fitzgerald
ESPN
May 10
9:00pm (8:00 pm CDT)
Golden State Warriors 118, Houston Rockets 113
Scoring by quarter: 27–2830–29, 25–3036–26
Pts: Stephen Curry 33
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Draymond Green 7
Pts: James Harden 35
Rebs: Chris Paul 11
Asts: Chris Paul 6
Golden State wins series, 4–2

(2) Denver Nuggets vs. (3) Portland Trail Blazers

TNT
April 29
10:30pm
Portland Trail Blazers 113, Denver Nuggets 121
Scoring by quarter: 32–32, 23–26, 29–3529–28
Pts: Damian Lillard 39
Rebs: Aminu, Turner 8 each
Asts: Damian Lillard 6
Pts: Nikola Jokić 37
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 9
Asts: Jamal Murray 8
Denver leads series, 1–0
Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,520
Referees: Ken Mauer, Sean Wright, Ben Taylor
TNT
May 1
9:00pm
Portland Trail Blazers 97, Denver Nuggets 90
Scoring by quarter: 28–23, 22–12, 28–29, 19–26
Pts: C. J. McCollum 20
Rebs: Al-Farouq Aminu 10
Asts: C. J. McCollum 6
Pts: Nikola Jokić 16
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 14
Asts: Nikola Jokić 7
Series tied, 1–1
Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,520
Referees: James Capers, Pat Fraher, Michael Smith
ESPN
May 3
10:30pm (7:30pm PDT)
Denver Nuggets 137, Portland Trail Blazers 140 (4OT)
Scoring by quarter: 17–2330–25, 29–3326–21, Overtime: 7–7, 9–9, 11–11, 8–11
Pts: Jamal Murray 34
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 18
Asts: Nikola Jokić 14
Pts: C. J. McCollum 41
Rebs: Enes Kanter 15
Asts: Damian Lillard 8
Portland leads series, 2–1
Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 20,193
Referees: Mike Callahan, Eric Lewis, Rodney Mott
TNT
May 5
7:00pm (4:00pm PDT)
Denver Nuggets 116, Portland Trail Blazers 112
Scoring by quarter: 29–33, 28–3027–14, 32–35
Pts: Jamal Murray 34
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 12
Asts: Nikola Jokić 11
Pts: C. J. McCollum 29
Rebs: Enes Kanter 10
Asts: Damian Lillard 7
Series tied, 2–2
Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 20,146
Referees: Scott Foster, Jason Phillips, Derrick Collins
TNT
May 7
10:30pm (8:30pm MDT)
Portland Trail Blazers 98, Denver Nuggets 124
Scoring by quarter: 25–31, 22–34, 18–2833-31
Pts: Damian Lillard 22
Rebs: Enes Kanter 8
Asts: Damian Lillard 4
Pts: Nikola Jokić 25
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 19
Asts: Jamal Murray 9
Denver leads series, 3–2
Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,520
Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brothers, Josh Tiven
ESPN
May 9
10:30pm (7:30pm PDT)
Denver Nuggets 108, Portland Trail Blazers 119
Scoring by quarter: 34–26, 20–32, 26–29, 28–32
Pts: Nikola Jokić 29
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 12
Asts: Nikola Jokić 8
Pts: Damian Lillard 32
Rebs: Enes Kanter 14
Asts: Evan Turner 7
Series tied, 3–3
Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 20,022
Referees: James Capers, Ed Malloy, Sean Wright
ABC
May 12
3:30pm (1:30pm MDT)
Portland Trail Blazers 100, Denver Nuggets 96
Scoring by quarter: 17–2922–19, 32–24, 29–24
Pts: C. J. McCollum 37
Rebs: Enes Kanter 13
Asts: Damian Lillard 8
Pts: Nikola Jokić 29
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 13
Asts: Jamal Murray 5
Portland wins series, 4–3
Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,725
Referees: Mike Callahan, John Goble, David Guthrie

Conference Finals

Eastern Conference Finals: (1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (2) Toronto Raptors

TNT, SN1
May 15
8:30pm (7:30 pm CDT)
Toronto Raptors 100, Milwaukee Bucks 108
Scoring by quarter: 34–23, 25–28, 24–25, 17–32
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 31
Rebs: Marc Gasol 12
Asts: Marc Gasol 5
Pts: Brook Lopez 29
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 14
Asts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 6
Milwaukee leads series, 1–0
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Attendance: 17,345
Referees: Zach Zarba, John Goble, Sean Wright
TNT, TSN
May 17
8:30pm (7:30 pm CDT)
Toronto Raptors 103, Milwaukee Bucks 125
Scoring by quarter: 21–35, 18–2939–31, 25–30
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 31
Rebs: Serge Ibaka 10
Asts: Kyle Lowry 4
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 30
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 17
Asts: Eric Bledsoe 7
Milwaukee leads series, 2–0
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 17,570
Referees: Mike Callahan, Eric Lewis, Rodney Mott
TNT, SN1
May 19
7:00pm
Milwaukee Bucks 112, Toronto Raptors 118 (2OT)
Scoring by quarter: 21–3030–28, 24–19, 21–19, Overtime: 7–7, 9–15
Pts: George Hill 24
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 23
Asts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 7
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 36
Rebs: Marc Gasol 12
Asts: Marc Gasol 7
Milwaukee leads series, 2–1
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 19,923
Referees: Scott Foster, Ed Malloy, Tom Washington
TNT, TSN
May 21
8:30pm
Milwaukee Bucks 102, Toronto Raptors 120
Scoring by quarter: 31–32, 24–33, 26–29, 21–26
Pts: Khris Middleton 30
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 10
Asts: Khris Middleton 7
Pts: Kyle Lowry 25
Rebs: Serge Ibaka 13
Asts: Marc Gasol 7
Series tied, 2–2
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,237
Referees: James Capers, Ken Mauer, Kane Fitzgerald
TNT, TSN
May 23
8:30pm (7:30 pm CDT)
Toronto Raptors 105, Milwaukee Bucks 99
Scoring by quarter: 22–3224–17, 26–26, 33–24
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 35
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 13
Asts: Kawhi Leonard 9
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 24
Rebs: Malcolm Brogdon 11
Asts: Khris Middleton 10
Toronto leads series, 3–2
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 17,384
Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brothers, Pat Fraher
TNT, SN1
May 25
8:30pm
Milwaukee Bucks 94, Toronto Raptors 100
Scoring by quarter: 31–18, 19–25, 26–28, 18–29
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 21
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 11
Asts: Eric Bledsoe 7
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 27
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 17
Asts: Kyle Lowry 8
Toronto wins series, 4–2
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 20,478
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Eric Lewis

Western Conference Finals: (1) Golden State Warriors vs. (3) Portland Trail Blazers

ESPN
May 14
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Portland Trail Blazers 94, Golden State Warriors 116
Scoring by quarter: 23–27, 22–2726–23, 23–39
Pts: Damian Lillard 19
Rebs: Enes Kanter 16
Asts: Damian Lillard 6
Pts: Stephen Curry 36
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Stephen Curry 7
Golden State leads series, 1–0
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brothers, Tony Brown
ESPN
May 16
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Portland Trail Blazers 111, Golden State Warriors 114
Scoring by quarter: 31–29, 34–21, 24–39, 22–25
Pts: Damian Lillard 23
Rebs: Aminu, Leonard 6 each
Asts: Damian Lillard 10
Pts: Stephen Curry 37
Rebs: Draymond Green 10
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
Golden State leads series, 2–0
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: James Capers, Ken Mauer, Josh Tiven
ESPN
May 18
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Golden State Warriors 110, Portland Trail Blazers 99
Scoring by quarter: 27–29, 26–3729–13, 28–20
Pts: Stephen Curry 36
Rebs: Draymond Green 13
Asts: Draymond Green 12
Pts: C. J. McCollum 23
Rebs: Zach Collins 8
Asts: Damian Lillard 6
Golden State leads series, 3–0
Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 20,214
Referees: Zach Zarba, David Guthrie, Pat Fraher
ESPN
May 20
9:00pm (6:00 pm PDT)
Golden State Warriors 119, Portland Trail Blazers 117 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 36–35, 29–34, 22–2624–16, Overtime: 8–6
Pts: Stephen Curry 37
Rebs: Green, Looney 14 each
Asts: Curry, Green 11 each
Pts: Meyers Leonard 30
Rebs: Meyers Leonard 12
Asts: Damian Lillard 12
Golden State wins series, 4–0
Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 20,064
Referees: Mike Callahan, Jason Phillips, Kevin Scott

NBA Finals: (W1) Golden State Warriors vs. TBD.

ABC
May 30
9:00pm
Golden State Warriors vs. TBD
TBD
ABC
June 2
8:00pm
Golden State Warriors vs. TBD
TBD
ABC
June 5
9:00pm
TBD vs. Golden State Warriors
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
ABC
June 7
9:00pm
TBD vs. Golden State Warriors
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
ABC
June 10
9:00pm
Golden State Warriors vs. TBD*
TBD
ABC
June 13
9:00pm
TBD vs. Golden State Warriors*
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
ABC
June 16
8:00pm
Golden State Warriors vs. TBD*
TBD

First round

Eastern Conference

(1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (8) Detroit Pistons

April 14
7:00pm (6:00 pm CDT)

Detroit Pistons 86, Milwaukee Bucks 121

Scoring by quarter: 18–38, 25–32, 18–2725–24

Pts: Luke Kennard 21
Rebs: Andre Drummond 12
Asts: Ish Smith 6
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 24
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 17
Asts: Sterling Brown 7

Milwaukee leads series, 1–0

Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 17,529
Referees: Tony Brothers, Pat Fraher, Kevin CutlerTNTApril 17
8:00pm (7:00 pm CDT)Detroit Pistons 99, Milwaukee Bucks 120Scoring by quarter: 27–3832–20, 17–35, 23–27Pts: Luke Kennard 19
Rebs: Andre Drummond 16
Asts: Reggie Jackson 8
Pts: Eric Bledsoe 27
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 12
Asts: Khris Middleton 8Milwaukee leads series, 2–0Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 17,513
Referees: Eric Lewis, Mike Callahan, Rodney MottNBAApril 20
8:00pmMilwaukee Bucks 119, Detroit Pistons 103Scoring by quarter: 32–24, 35–30, 33–24, 19–25Pts: Khris Middleton 20
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 10
Asts: Bledsoe, Hill 5 each
Pts: Blake Griffin 27
Rebs: Andre Drummond 12
Asts: Reggie Jackson 8Milwaukee leads series, 3–0Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan
Attendance: 20,520
Referees: James Capers, Kane Fitzgerald, Curtis BlairESPNApril 22
8:00pmMilwaukee Bucks 127, Detroit Pistons 104Scoring by quarter: 26–28, 30–3439–23, 32–19Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 41
Rebs: Sterling Brown 13
Asts: Sterling Brown 6
Pts: Reggie Jackson 26
Rebs: Andre Drummond 12
Asts: Reggie Jackson 7Milwaukee wins series, 4–0Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan
Attendance: 20,332
Referees: Ken Mauer, Tony Brown, Derrick CollinsTNT(2) Toronto Raptors vs. (7) Orlando MagicESPN, SN1April 13
5:00pmOrlando Magic 104, Toronto Raptors 101Scoring by quarter: 25–3032–19, 18–2729–25Pts: D. J. Augustin 25
Rebs: Aaron Gordon 10
Asts: D. J. Augustin 6
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 25
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 8
Asts: Kyle Lowry 8Orlando leads series, 1–0Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 19,937
Referees: Mike Callahan, Eric Lewis, Ben TaylorTNT, TSNApril 16
8:00pmOrlando Magic 82, Toronto Raptors 111Scoring by quarter: 18–26, 21–25, 27–39, 16–21Pts: Aaron Gordon 20
Rebs: Michael Carter-Williams 9
Asts: D. J. Augustin 4
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 37
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 10
Asts: Kyle Lowry 7Series tied, 1–1Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 19,964
Referees: Marc Davis, John Goble, Kevin CutlerESPN, SN1April 19
7:00pmToronto Raptors 98, Orlando Magic 93Scoring by quarter: 26–21, 22–2428–20, 22–28Pts: Pascal Siakam 30
Rebs: Pascal Siakam 11
Asts: Kyle Lowry 10
Pts: Terrence Ross 24
Rebs: Nikola Vučević 14
Asts: Aaron Gordon 7Toronto leads series, 2–1Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Attendance: 19,367
Referees: Tony Brothers, Sean Wright, Michael SmithTNT, TSNApril 21
7:00pmToronto Raptors 107, Orlando Magic 85Scoring by quarter: 28–26, 30–16, 24–2825–15Pts: Kawhi Leonard 34
Rebs: Serge Ibaka 8
Asts: Kyle Lowry 9
Pts: Aaron Gordon 25
Rebs: Aaron Gordon 7
Asts: Aaron Gordon 5Toronto leads series, 3–1Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Attendance: 19,087
Referees: Zach Zarba, Tom Washington, Karl LaneNBA TV, TSNApril 23
7:00pmOrlando Magic 96, Toronto Raptors 115Scoring by quarter: 19–35, 28–32, 23–3226–16Pts: D. J. Augustin 15
Rebs: Khem Birch 11

Asts: Michael Carter-Williams 5
Pts: Kawhi Leonard 27
Rebs: Marc Gasol 9
Asts: Fred VanVleet 10Toronto wins series, 4–1Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Referees: Scott Foster, Jason Phillips, Tyler Ford(3) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (6) Brooklyn NetsESPNApril 13
2:30pmBrooklyn Nets 111, Philadelphia 76ers 102Scoring by quarter: 31–22, 31–3231–28, 18–20Pts: D’Angelo Russell 26
Rebs: Ed Davis 16
Asts: Dudley, Russell 4 each
Pts: Jimmy Butler 36
Rebs: Joel Embiid 15
Asts: Tobias Harris 6Brooklyn leads series, 1–0Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,437
Referees: Scott Foster, Jason Phillips, Tyler FordTNTApril 15
8:00pmBrooklyn Nets 123, Philadelphia 76ers 145Scoring by quarter: 28–3436–31, 23–5136–29Pts: Spencer Dinwiddie 19
Rebs: Jarrett Allen 6
Asts: Jarrett Allen 4
Pts: Joel Embiid 23
Rebs: Embiid, Simmons 10 each
Asts: Ben Simmons 12Series tied, 1–1Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 20,591
Referees: Mike Callahan, Kevin Scott, Gediminas PetraitisTNTApril 18
8:00pmPhiladelphia 76ers 131, Brooklyn Nets 115Scoring by quarter: 32–24, 33–3532–31, 34–25Pts: Ben Simmons 31
Rebs: Tobias Harris 16
Asts: Ben Simmons 9
Pts: D’Angelo Russell 26
Rebs: Caris LeVert 7
Asts: Russell, Hollis-Jefferson 4 eachPhiladelphia leads series, 2–1Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Attendance: 17,732
Referees: James Capers, Courtney Kirkland, Scott WallTNTApril 20
3:00pmPhiladelphia 76ers 112, Brooklyn Nets 108Scoring by quarter: 24–3333–30, 28–28, 27–17Pts: Joel Embiid 31
Rebs: Joel Embiid 16
Asts: Ben Simmons 8
Pts: Caris LeVert 25
Rebs: Jarrett Allen 8
Asts: LeVert, Russell 6 eachPhiladelphia leads series, 3–1Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Attendance: 17,732
Referees: Ed Malloy, David Guthrie, Ben TaylorTNTApril 23
8:00pmBrooklyn Nets 100, Philadelphia 76ers 122Scoring by quarter: 15–32, 16–28, 33–3536–27Pts: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 21
Rebs: Jarrett Allen 9
Asts: Shabazz Napier 10
Pts: Joel Embiid 23
Rebs: Joel Embiid 13
Asts: T.J. McConnell 7Philadelphia wins series, 4–1Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Referees: Zach Zarba, Tom Washington, Brian Forte(4) Boston Celtics vs. (5) Indiana PacersTNTApril 14
1:00pmIndiana Pacers 74, Boston Celtics 84Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 25–18, 8–2621–20Pts: Cory Joseph 14
Rebs: Domantas Sabonis 9
Asts: Thaddeus Young 6
Pts: Irving, Morris 20 each
Rebs: Al Horford 11
Asts: Kyrie Irving 7Boston leads series, 1–0TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
Attendance: 18,624
Referees: James Capers, Kane Fitzgerald, Brian ForteTNTApril 17
7:00pmIndiana Pacers 91, Boston Celtics 99Scoring by quarter: 33–29, 17–2329–16, 12–31Pts: Bojan Bogdanović 23
Rebs: Bojan Bogdanović 8
Asts: Sabonis, Matthews 5 each
Pts: Kyrie Irving 37
Rebs: Al Horford 10
Asts: Kyrie Irving 7Boston leads series, 2–0TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
Attendance: 18,624
Referees: Sean Wright, Tony Brothers, Kevin ScottABCApril 19
8:30pmBoston Celtics 104, Indiana Pacers 96Scoring by quarter: 41–28, 18–3321–12, 24–23Pts: Jaylen Brown 23
Rebs: Al Horford 8
Asts: Kyrie Irving 10
Pts: Tyreke Evans 19
Rebs: Thaddeus Young 9
Asts: Domantas Sabonis 6Boston leads series, 3–0Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
Attendance: 17,923
Referees: Zach Zarba, Pat Fraher, Tyler FordABCApril 21
1:00pmBoston Celtics 110, Indiana Pacers 106Scoring by quarter: 21–23, 26–26, 26–23, 37–34Pts: Gordon Hayward 20
Rebs: Al Horford 12
Asts: Kyrie Irving 7
Pts: Bojan Bogdanović 22
Rebs: Thaddeus Young 9
Asts: Darren Collison 5Boston wins series, 4–0Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
Attendance: 17,923
Referees: Marc Davis, John Goble, Courtney KirklandWestern Conference(1) Golden State Warriors vs. (8) Los Angeles ClippersABCApril 13
8:15pm (5:15 pm PDT)Los Angeles Clippers 104, Golden State Warriors 121Scoring by quarter: 27–36, 29–33, 23–2925–23Pts: Montrezl Harrell 26
Rebs: Danilo Gallinari 8
Asts: Lou Williams 9
Pts: Stephen Curry 38
Rebs: Stephen Curry 15
Asts: Curry, Green 7 eachGolden State leads series, 1–0Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Ed Malloy, Courtney Kirkland, Mark LindsayTNTApril 15
10:30pm (7:30 pm PDT)Los Angeles Clippers 135, Golden State Warriors 131Scoring by quarter: 25–33, 25–4044–35, 41–23Pts: Lou Williams 36
Rebs: Montrezl Harrell 10
Asts: Lou Williams 11
Pts: Stephen Curry 29
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 9
Asts: Draymond Green 9Series tied, 1–1Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Ken Mauer, Josh Tiven, Nick BuchertTNTApril 18
10:30pm (7:30 pm PDT)Golden State Warriors 132, Los Angeles Clippers 105Scoring by quarter: 41–24, 32–28, 36–24, 24–29Pts: Kevin Durant 38
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 14
Asts: Draymond Green 10
Pts: Ivica Zubac 18
Rebs: Ivica Zubac 15
Asts: Lou Williams 6Golden State leads series, 2–1Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 19,068
Referees: Scott Foster, Jason Phillips, Scott TwardoskiABCApril 21
3:30pm (12:30 pm PDT)Golden State Warriors 113, Los Angeles Clippers 105Scoring by quarter: 32–22, 30–32, 25–3026–21Pts: Kevin Durant 33
Rebs: Bogut, Curry 10 each
Asts: Stephen Curry 7
Pts: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 25
Rebs: Patrick Beverley 10
Asts: Patrick Beverley 5Golden State leads series, 3–1Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 19,068
Referees: Tony Brothers, Sean Wright, Brent BarnakyTNTApril 24
10:30pm (7:30 pm PDT)Los Angeles Clippers 129, Golden State Warriors 121Scoring by quarter: 37–4134–22, 33–31, 25–27Pts: Lou Williams 33
Rebs: Patrick Beverley 14
Asts: Lou Williams 10
Pts: Kevin Durant 45
Rebs: Green, Looney 7 each
Asts: Andre Iguodala 8Golden State leads series, 3–2Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Marc Davis, John Goble, Pat FraherESPNApril 26
10:00pm (7:00 pm PDT)Golden State Warriors 129, Los Angeles Clippers 110Scoring by quarter: 35–31, 37–22, 30–25, 27–32Pts: Kevin Durant 50
Rebs: Draymond Green 14
Asts: Draymond Green 10
Pts: Danilo Gallinari 29
Rebs: Patrick Beverley 14
Asts: Beverley, Williams 7 eachGolden State wins series, 4–2Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 19,068
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Kevin ScottABC or TNTApril 28
TBDLos Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors*Oracle Arena, Oakland, California(2) Denver Nuggets vs. (7) San Antonio SpursESPNApril 13
10:30pm (8:30 pm MDT)San Antonio Spurs 101, Denver Nuggets 96Scoring by quarter: 25–20, 34–31, 13–1729–28Pts: DeMar DeRozan 18
Rebs: DeMar DeRozan 12
Asts: DeMar DeRozan 6
Pts: Gary Harris 20
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 14
Asts: Nikola Jokić 14San Antonio leads series, 1–0Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,520
Referees: Ken Mauer, Josh Tiven, Tom WashingtonNBA TVApril 16
9:00pm (7:00 pm MDT)San Antonio Spurs 105, Denver Nuggets 114Scoring by quarter: 26–21, 33–28, 23–26, 23–39Pts: DeMar DeRozan 31
Rebs: Rudy Gay 9
Asts: Patty Mills 5
Pts: Jamal Murray 24
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 13
Asts: Nikola Jokić 8Series tied, 1–1Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,520
Referees: James Capers, Kane Fitzgerald, Derrick CollinsNBA TVApril 18
9:00pm (8:00 pm CDT)Denver Nuggets 108, San Antonio Spurs 118Scoring by quarter: 22–3136–30, 26–27, 24–30Pts: Nikola Jokić 22
Rebs: Malik Beasley 9
Asts: three players 7 each
Pts: Derrick White 36
Rebs: Aldridge, Gay 11 each
Asts: three players 5 eachSan Antonio leads series, 2–1AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 18,354
Referees: Ed Malloy, David Guthrie, Mark LindsayTNTApril 20
5:30pm (4:30 pm CDT)Denver Nuggets 117, San Antonio Spurs 103Scoring by quarter: 22–3432–20, 37–25, 26–24Pts: Nikola Jokić 29
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 12
Asts: Nikola Jokić 8
Pts: LaMarcus Aldridge 24
Rebs: Aldridge, Pöltl 9 each
Asts: DeRozan, White 5 eachSeries tied, 2–2AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 18,354
Referees: Scott Foster, Rodney Mott, Brian ForteNBA TVApril 23
9:30pm (7:30 pm MDT)San Antonio Spurs 90, Denver Nuggets 108Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 23–27, 21–3227–23Pts: Aldridge, DeRozan 17 each
Rebs: LaMarcus Aldridge 10
Asts: Jakob Pöltl 4
Pts: Jamal Murray 23
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 11
Asts: Nikola Jokić 8Denver leads series, 3–2Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,520
Referees: Mike Callahan, Eric Lewis, Kevin ScottTNTApril 25
8:00pm (7:00 pm CDT)Denver Nuggets 103, San Antonio Spurs 120Scoring by quarter: 24-3436-30, 25-26, 18-30Pts: Nikola Jokić 43
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 12
Asts: Nikola Jokić 9
Pts: LaMarcus Aldridge 26
Rebs: LaMarcus Aldridge 10
Asts: DeMar DeRozan 7Series tied, 3–3AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 18,354
Referees: Zach Zarba, Josh Tiven, Tony BrownTNTApril 27
10:00pm (8:00 pm MDT)San Antonio Spurs 86, Denver Nuggets 90Scoring by quarter: 13–23, 21–2427–25, 25–18Pts: Rudy Gay 21
Rebs: LaMarcus Aldridge 11
Asts: DeMar DeRozan 6
Pts: Jamal Murray 23
Rebs: Nikola Jokić 15
Asts: Nikola Jokić 10Denver wins series, 4–3Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,725
Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brothers, John Goble(3) Portland Trail Blazers vs. (6) Oklahoma City ThunderABCApril 14
3:30pm (12:30 pm PDT)Oklahoma City Thunder 99, Portland Trail Blazers 104Scoring by quarter: 25–3923–15, 21–2230–28Pts: Paul George 26
Rebs: Westbrook, George 10 each
Asts: Russell Westbrook 10
Pts: Damian Lillard 30
Rebs: Enes Kanter 18
Asts: Damian Lillard 4Portland leads series, 1–0Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 19,886
Referees: Zach Zarba, Rodney Mott, Tre MaddoxTNTApril 16
10:30pm (7:30 pm PDT)Oklahoma City Thunder 94, Portland Trail Blazers 114Scoring by quarter: 31–26, 23–2 8, 21–37, 19–23Pts: Paul George 27
Rebs: Adams, Westbrook 9 each
Asts: Russell Westbrook 11
Pts: C. J. McCollum 33
Rebs: Maurice Harkless 9
Asts: Damian Lillard 6Portland leads series, 2–0Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Attendance: 20,041
Referees: Scott Foster, Jason Phillips, Karl LaneESPNApril 19
9:30pm (8:30 pm CDT)Portland Trail Blazers 108, Oklahoma City Thunder 120Scoring by quarter: 22–21, 17–2843–37, 26–34Pts: Damian Lillard 32
Rebs: Al-Farouq Aminu 9
Asts: C. J. McCollum 7
Pts: Russell Westbrook 33
Rebs: Steven Adams 7
Asts: Russell Westbrook 11Portland leads series, 2–1Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brown, Nick BuchertTNTApril 21
9:30pm (8:30 pm CDT)Portland Trail Blazers 111, Oklahoma City Thunder 98Scoring by quarter: 26–24, 24–22, 29–22, 32–30Pts: C. J. McCollum 27
Rebs: Harkless, Kanter 10 each
Asts: Damian Lillard 8
Pts: Paul George 32
Rebs: Paul George 10
Asts: Russell Westbrook 7Portland leads series, 3–1Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Mike Callahan, Eric Lewis, Mark LindsayTNTApril 23
10:30pm (7:30 pm PDT)Oklahoma City Thunder 115, Portland Trail Blazers 118Scoring by quarter: 37–29, 23–3230–27, 25–30Pts: Paul George 36
Rebs: Russell Westbrook 11
Asts: Russell Westbrook 14
Pts: Damian Lillard 50
Rebs: Enes Kanter 13
Asts: Damian Lillard 6Portland wins series, 4–1Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
Referees: James Capers, Kane Fitzgerald, Courtney Kirkland(4) Houston Rockets vs. (5) Utah JazzTNTApril 14
9:30pm (8:30 pm CDT)Utah Jazz 90, Houston Rockets 122Scoring by quarter: 24–31, 20–2827–24, 19–39Pts: Rudy Gobert 22
Rebs: Rudy Gobert 12
Asts: Ricky Rubio 6
Pts: James Harden 29
Rebs: Clint Capela 12
Asts: James Harden 10Houston leads series, 1–0Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,055
Referees: Marc Davis, John Goble, Michael SmithTNTApril 17
9:30pm (8:30 pm CDT)Utah Jazz 98, Houston Rockets 118Scoring by quarter: 19–39, 25–31, 23–2531–23Pts: Rubio, O’Neale 17 each
Rebs: Gobert, Favors 12 each
Asts: Ricky Rubio 9
Pts: James Harden 32
Rebs: James Harden 13
Asts: James Harden 10Houston leads series, 2–0Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,055
Referees: Tony Brown, Zach Zarba, Tom WashingtonESPNApril 20
10:30pm (8:30 pm MDT)Houston Rockets 104, Utah Jazz 101Scoring by quarter: 28–30, 22–2524–21, 30–25Pts: James Harden 22
Rebs: Clint Capela 14
Asts: James Harden 10
Pts: Donovan Mitchell 34
Rebs: Gobert, Ingles 8 each
Asts: Ricky Rubio 6Houston leads series, 3–0Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 18,306
Referees: Ken Mauer, Josh Tiven, Kevin ScottTNTApril 22
10:30pm (8:30 pm MDT)Houston Rockets 91, Utah Jazz 107Scoring by quarter: 24–3223–21, 32–23, 12–31Pts: James Harden 30
Rebs: Chris Paul 8
Asts: Chris Paul 7
Pts: Donovan Mitchell 31
Rebs: Favors, O’Neale 11 each
Asts: Ricky Rubio 11Houston leads series, 3–1Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 18,306
Referees: Tony Brothers, David Guthrie, Pat Fraher

TNT
April 24
8:00pm (7:00 pm CDT)

Utah Jazz 93, Houston Rockets 100Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 22–26, 27–29, 24–25Pts: Royce O’Neale 18
Rebs: Crowder, Gobert 10 each
Asts: Ricky Rubio 11
Pts: James Harden 26
Rebs: Clint Capela 10
Asts: James Harden 6Houston wins series, 4–1

Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,055
Referees: Ed Malloy, Sean Wright, Rodney Mott

ESPNApril 26
TBDHouston Rockets vs. Utah Jazz*Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UtahABC or TNTApril 28
TBDUtah Jazz vs. Houston Rockets*Toyota Center, Houston, Texas2018 NBA Playoffs FactsDatesApril 14 – June 8, 2018Season2017–18Teams16Defending championsGolden State WarriorsChampionsGolden State Warriors (6th title)Runners-upCleveland Cavaliers (5th finals appearance)Semifinalists

  • Boston Celtics
  • Houston Rockets

Bracket
First Round
Conference Semifinals
Conference Finals
NBA Finals

E1Toronto*4

E8Washington2

E1Toronto*0

E4Cleveland*4

E4Cleveland*4

E5Indiana3

E4Cleveland*4

Eastern Conference

E2Boston3

E3Philadelphia4

E6Miami*1

E3Philadelphia1

E2Boston4

E2Boston4

E7Milwaukee3

E4Cleveland*0

W2Golden State*4
W1Houston*4

W8Minnesota1

W1Houston*4

W5Utah1

W4Oklahoma City2

W5Utah4

W1Houston*3

Western Conference

W2Golden State*4

W3Portland*0

W6New Orleans4

W6New Orleans1

W2Golden State*4

W2Golden State*4

W7San Antonio1
* Division winner
Bold Series winner
Italic Team with home-court advantageBracket
First Round
Conference Semifinals
Conference Finals
NBA Finals

E1Toronto*4

E8Washington2

E1Toronto*0

E4Cleveland*4

E4Cleveland*4

E5Indiana3

E4Cleveland*4

Eastern Conference

E2Boston3

E3Philadelphia4

E6Miami*1

E3Philadelphia1

E2Boston4

E2Boston4

E7Milwaukee3

E4Cleveland*0

W2Golden State*4
W1Houston*4

W8Minnesota1

W1Houston*4

W5Utah1

W4Oklahoma City2

W5Utah4

W1Houston*3

Western Conference

W2Golden State*4

W3Portland*0

W6New Orleans4

W6New Orleans1

W2Golden State*4

W2Golden State*4

W7San Antonio1
* Division winner
Bold Series winner
Italic Team with home-court advantage2016-17 NBA Playoffs FactsSeason2016–17Teams16ChampionsGolden State Warriors (5th title)Runners-upCleveland Cavaliers (4th finals appearance)Semifinalists

  • San Antonio Spurs
  • Boston Celtics

Playoff qualifyingEastern ConferenceSeedTeamRecordClinchedPlayoff berthDivision titleBest record
in conferenceBest record
in NBA1Boston Celtics53–29March 21April 10April 12—2Cleveland Cavaliers51–31March 19March 24——3Toronto Raptors51–31March 25———4Washington Wizards49–33March 24March 28——5Atlanta Hawks43–39April 8———6Milwaukee Bucks42–40April 8———7Indiana Pacers42–40April 12———8Chicago Bulls41–41April 12———Western ConferenceSeedTeamRecordClinchedPlayoff berthDivision titleBest record
in ConferenceBest record
in NBA1Golden State Warriors67–15February 25March 16April 5April 52San Antonio Spurs61–21March 4March 31——3Houston Rockets55–27March 14———4Los Angeles Clippers51–31March 25———5Utah Jazz51–31March 26April 7——6Oklahoma City Thunder47–35March 29———7Memphis Grizzlies43–39March 31———8Portland Trail Blazers41–41April 9———Bracket
First Round
Conference Semifinals
Conference Finals
NBA Finals

E1Boston Celtics*4

E8Chicago Bulls2

E1Boston Celtics*4

E4Washington Wizards*3

E4Washington Wizards*4

E5Atlanta Hawks2

E1Boston Celtics*1

Eastern Conference

E2Cleveland Cavaliers*4

E3Toronto Raptors4

E6Milwaukee Bucks2

E3Toronto Raptors0

E2Cleveland Cavaliers*4

E2Cleveland Cavaliers*4

E7Indiana Pacers0

E2Cleveland Cavaliers*1

W1Golden State Warriors*4
W1Golden State Warriors*4

W8Portland Trail Blazers0

W1Golden State Warriors*4

W5Utah Jazz*0

W4Los Angeles Clippers3

W5Utah Jazz*4

W1Golden State Warriors* 4
Western Conference

W2San Antonio Spurs*0

W3Houston Rockets4

W6Oklahoma City Thunder1

W3Houston Rockets2

W2San Antonio Spurs*4

W2San Antonio Spurs*4

W7Memphis Grizzlies2
* Division winner
Bold Series winnerEastern ConferenceFirst Round(1) Boston Celtics vs. (8) Chicago BullsChicago Bulls 106, Boston Celtics 102Chicago Bulls 111, Boston Celtics 97Chicago leads series, 2–0(2) Cleveland Cavaliers vs. (7) Indiana PacersIndiana Pacers 108, Cleveland Cavaliers 109
Indiana Pacers 111, Cleveland Cavaliers 117Cleveland leads series, 2–0(3) Toronto Raptors vs. (6) Milwaukee BucksMilwaukee Bucks 97, Toronto Raptors 83Milwaukee Bucks 100, Toronto Raptors 106Series tied, 1–1(4) Washington Wizards vs. (5) Atlanta HawksAtlanta Hawks 107, Washington Wizards 114Atlanta Hawks 101, Washington Wizards 109Washington leads series, 2–0Western ConferenceFirst Round(1) Golden State Warriors vs. (8) Portland Trail BlazersPortland Trail Blazers 109, Golden State Warriors 121
Portland Trail Blazers 81, Golden State Warriors 110Golden State leads series, 2–0(2) San Antonio Spurs vs. (7) Memphis GrizzliesMemphis Grizzlies 82, San Antonio Spurs 111
Memphis Grizzlies 82, San Antonio Spurs 96San Antonio leads series, 2–0 (3) Houston Rockets vs. (6) Oklahoma City ThunderOklahoma City Thunder 87, Houston Rockets 118
Oklahoma City Thunder 111, Houston Rockets 115
Houston leads series, 2–0 (4) Los Angeles Clippers vs. (5) Utah JazzUtah Jazz 97, Los Angeles Clippers 95
Utah Jazz 91, Los Angeles Clippers 99
Series tied, 1–1NBA Playoffs 2015-16Season2015–16Teams14ChampionsCleveland Cavaliers (1st title)Runner-upGolden State Warriors (8th finals appearance)Semifinalists

  • Toronto Raptors
  • Oklahoma City Thunder

Dates – April 16, 2016 to May or June 2016 Finals – Starts from June 2, 20162016 NBA Playoffs Qualified TeamsEastern ConferenceSeedTeamRecordClinchedPlayoff berthDivision titleBest record
in Conference
Best record
in NBA
1Cleveland Cavaliers57–25March 18March 21April 11—2Toronto Raptors56–26March 23March 31——3Miami Heat48–34April 2April 13——4Atlanta Hawks48–34March 29———5Boston Celtics48–34April 3———6Charlotte Hornets48–34April 2———7Indiana Pacers45–37April 10———8Detroit Pistons44–38April 8———Western ConferenceSeedTeamRecordClinchedPlayoff berthDivision titleBest record
in Conference
Best record
in NBA
1Golden State Warriors73–9February 27March 13April 7April 72San Antonio Spurs67–15March 2March 12——3Oklahoma City Thunder55–27March 18March 20——4Los Angeles Clippers53–29March 27———5Portland Trail Blazers44–38April 6———6Dallas Mavericks[b]42–40April 11———7Memphis Grizzlies[b]42–40April 7———8Houston Rockets41–41April 13———NBA Playoffs 2016 Bracket First Round
Conference Semifinals
Conference Finals
NBA Finals

E1 Cleveland*4

E8 Detroit0

E1 Cleveland*4

E4 Atlanta0

E4 Atlanta4

E5 Boston2

E1 Cleveland*4

Eastern Conference

E2 Toronto*2

E3 Miami*4

E6 Charlotte3

E3 Miami*3

E2 Toronto*4

E2 Toronto*4

E7 Indiana3

E1Cleveland 4

W1 Golden State*3
W1 Golden State*4

W8 Houston1

W1 Golden State*4

W5 Portland1

W4 LA Clippers2

W5 Portland4

W1Golden State 4

Western Conference

W3 Oklahoma City*3

W3 Oklahoma City*4

W6 Dallas1

W3 Oklahoma City*4

W2 San Antonio*2

W2 San Antonio*4

W7 Memphis0

 

NBA Free Agents

Team 2015 2016
  Restricted Unrestricted Restricted Unrestricted
Atlanta Pero Antic Elton Brand 
DeMarre Carroll
John Jenkins
Paul Millsap
None Kent Bazemore
Al Horford
Boston None Brandon Bass
Jeff Green (P)
Rajon Rondo
Marcus Thornton
Vitor Faverani
Dwight Powell 
Phil Pressey 
Jared Sullinger
Tyler Zeller
Evan Turner
Gerald Wallace
Brooklyn Jorge Gutierrez 
Jerome Jordan 
Mirza Teletovic
Alan Anderson (P)
Kevin Garnett
Andrei Kirilenko
Brook Lopez (P)
Markel Brown
Cory Jefferson
Joe Johnson
Deron Williams (ETO)
Charlotte Bismack Biyombo
Jeff Taylor
Gerald Henderson (P)
Al Jefferson (P)
Jason Maxiell 
Gary Neal
Jannero Pargo
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Brian Roberts 
Lance Stevphenson (T) 
Marvin Williams
Chicago Jimmy Butler Aaron Brooks 
Mike Dunleavy
Kirk Hinrich (P) 
Nazr Mohammed
None E’Twaun Moore 
Joakim Noah
Cleveland Matthew Dellavedova
Tristan Thompson
Lou Amundson 
LeBron James (P)
James Jones
Kevin Love (P)
Shawn Marion 
Mike Miller (P)
Will Cherry 
Alex Kirk 
Dion Waiters
Brendan Haywood
Dallas Jae Crowder Al-Farouq Aminu (P) 
J.J. Barea 
Tyson Chandler
Monta Ellis (P)
Raymond Felton (P)
Richard Jefferson 
Jameer Nelson (P) 
Greg Smith 
Charlie Villanueva
Brandan Wright
None Chandler Parsons (P)
Dirk Nowitzki (P)
Denver None Arron Afflalo (P)
Darrell Arthur
Alonzo Gee 
Nate Robinson
None Wilson Chandler 
Randy Foye 
Danilo Gallinari 
J.J. Hickson 
JaVale McGee 
Timofey Mozgov
Detroit Luigi Datome
Kyle Singler
Joel Anthony
Jonas Jerebko 
Cartier Martin (P)
Greg Monroe
Andre Drummond 
Tony Mitchell
D.J. Augustin 
Caron Butler 
Brandon Jennings
Golden State Draymond Green
Justin Holiday 
Ognjen Kuzmic
Leandro Barbosa 
Brandon Rush (P)
Marreese Speights (T)
Harrison Barnes 
Festus Ezeli
David Lee
Houston Patrick Beverley Francisco Garcia 
Jason Terry
Tarik Black 
Isaiah Canaan 
Troy Daniels 
Terrence Jones 
Donatas Motiejunas 
Kostas Papanikolaou
Joey Dorsey 
Dwight Howard (ETO)
Indiana Chris Copeland Lavoy Allen
Roy Hibbert (P)
Luis Scola
Donald Sloan
Rodney Stuckey
C.J. Watson
David West (P)
Damjan Rudez (T) George Hill 
Ian Mahinmi
L.A. Clippers Jared Cunningham Glen Davis 
Chris Douglas-Roberts 
Jordan Farmar (P)
DeAndre Jordan
Hedo Turkoglu 
Ekpe Udoh
None Matt Barnes 
Jamal Crawford
L.A. Lakers None Carlos Boozer
Ed Davis (P)
Wayne Ellington 
Xavier Henry
Jordan Hill (T) 
Wesley Johnson
Jeremy Lin
Steve Nash
Ronnie Price
Jordan Clarkson 
Ryan Kelly
Robert Sacre
Kobe Bryant
Memphis Nick Calathes Marc Gasol
Kosta Koufos
Tayshaun Prince
Beno Udrih (P)
None Mike Conley 
Courtney Lee 
Jon Leuer
Miami Norris Cole
Andre Dawkins 
Justin Hamilton
Shannon Brown 
Luol Deng (P)
Danny Granger (P) 
Dwyane Wade (P)
None Chris Andersen
Mario Chalmers
Udonis Haslem 
Shawne Williams
Milwaukee Brandon Knight
Kendall Marshall 
Khris Middleton
Jared Dudley (ETO) John Henson 
Nate Wolters
Jerryd Bayless 
O.J. Mayo 
Zaza Pachulia
Minnesota Robbie Hummel
Glenn Robinson III
Chase Budinger (P)
Ronny Turiaf
Mo Williams 
Thaddeus Young (ETO)
None Corey Brewer 
Kevin Martin (P)
New Orleans Jeff Withey Alexis Ajinca 
Omer Asik
Luke Babbitt
Jimmer Fredette
Eric Gordon (P)
Austin Rivers 
John Salmons
Anthony Davis 
Patric Young
Ryan Anderson 
Darius Miller
New York Quincy Acy 
Iman Shumpert
Travis Wear
Cole Aldrich
Andrea Bargnani 
Samuel Dalembert
Shane Larkin 
Jason Smith 
J.R. Smith (P)
Amar’e Stoudemire
Cleanthony Early Pablo Prigioni
Oklahoma City Reggie Jackson Nick Collison
Kendrick Perkins
Sebastian Telfair
Lance Thomas
Perry Jones 
Jeremy Lamb
Kevin Durant
Orlando Tobias Harris
Kyle O’Quinn
Willie Green Dewayne Dedmon 
Evan Fournier 
Maurice Harkless 
Andrew Nicholson
Ben Gordon 
Luke Ridnour
Philadelphia K.J. McDaniels 
Alexey Shved
Henry Sims
Luc Richard Mbah a Moute
Jason Richardson
Tony Wroten None
Phoenix None Goran Dragic (P)
Gerald Green
Shavlik Randolph
Zoran Dragic 
Miles Plumlee
Anthony Tolliver
Portland Will Barton
Victor Claver
Joel Freeland
LaMarcus Aldridge
Steve Blake (P)
Robin Lopez
Wesley Matthews
Thomas Robinson 
Dorell Wright
Allen Crabbe 
Meyers Leonard 
Damian Lillard
Nicolas Batum 
Chris Kaman
Sacramento Derrick Williams Omri Casspi 
Reggie Evans
Rudy Gay 
Ryan Hollins
Ray McCallum Ramon Sessions
San Antonio Aron Baynes
Cory Joseph
Kawhi Leonard
Jeff Ayres
Marco Belinelli
Matt Bonner
Austin Daye
Tim Duncan 
Manu Ginobili
Danny Green
None None
Toronto None Landry Fields
Tyler Hansbrough
Chuck Hayes
Amir Johnson
Greg Stiemsma
Louis Williams
Terrence Ross 
Jonas Valanciunas
James Johnson 
Greivis Vasquez
Utah Ian Clark
Joe Ingles
Enes Kanter
Jeremy Evans Toure’ Murry Trevor Booker 
Steve Novak
Washington Glen Rice Jr. Rasual Butler 
Drew Gooden
Andre Miller
Paul Pierce (P) 
Kevin Seraphin
Garrett Temple (P)
Bradley Beal Nene Hilario

NBA All Star Game 2018-19

2019 NBA All-Star Game

2019 NBA All-Star Game logo

1 2 3 4 Total
Team LeBron 37 45 50 46 178
Team Giannis 53 42 36 33 164
Date February 17, 2019
Arena Spectrum Center
City Charlotte, North Carolina
MVP Kevin Durant (Team LeBron)
National anthem Anthony Hamilton (American)
Carly Rae Jepsen (Canadian)
Halftime show J. Cole
Network TNT
TBS (as all-star game)
Announcers Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Chris Webber, and Kristen Ledlow (All-Star Game – TNT)
Greg Anthony, Kevin Garnett, Charles Barkley, and Dennis Scott (All Star Game Players Only – TBS)
Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Chris Webber, Kenny Smith, Donovan Mitchell, Spencer Dinwiddie, and Allie LaForce (All-Star Saturday Night)
Adam Lefkoe, Danny Green, Frank Kaminsky, and Rosalyn Gold-Onwude(Rising Stars Challenge)

Rosters

Eastern Conference All-Stars
Pos Player Team No. of selections
Starters
G Kemba Walker Charlotte Hornets 3
G Kyrie Irving Boston Celtics 6
F Kawhi Leonard Toronto Raptors 3
F Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks 3
C Joel Embiid Philadelphia 76ers 2
Reserves
G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors 5
G Victor OladipoINJ1 Indiana Pacers 2
F Khris Middleton Milwaukee Bucks 1
G Bradley Beal Washington Wizards 2
G Ben Simmons Philadelphia 76ers 1
F Blake Griffin Detroit Pistons 6
C Nikola Vučević Orlando Magic 1
G Dwyane WadeSPL Miami Heat 13
G D’Angelo RussellREP1 Brooklyn Nets 1
Western Conference All-Stars
Pos Player Team No. of selections
Starters
G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors 6
G James Harden Houston Rockets 7
F Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors 10
F Paul George Oklahoma City Thunder 6
F LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers 15
Reserves
G Russell Westbrook Oklahoma City Thunder 8
G Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers 4
G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors 5
F Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans 6
F LaMarcus Aldridge San Antonio Spurs 7
C Nikola Jokić Denver Nuggets 1
C Karl-Anthony Towns Minnesota Timberwolves 2
F Dirk NowitzkiSPL Dallas Mavericks 14

Game

February 17, 2019
8:30 pm ET
Team LeBron 178, Team Giannis 164
Scoring by quarter: 37–5345–42, 50–36, 46–33
Pts: Kevin Durant 31
Rebs: Kyrie Irving 9
Asts: Ben Simmons 7
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 38
Rebs: Joel Embiid 12
Asts: Kemba Walker 8
Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina
Referees:

  • Curtis Blair
  • Scott Foster
  • David Guthrie
TNT, TBS

2018 NBA All Star Game Facts

2018 NBA All-Star Game

1 2 3 4 Total
Team LeBron 31 45 33 39 148
Team Stephen 42 36 34 33 145
Date February 18, 2018
Arena Staples Center
City Los Angeles, California
MVP LeBron James (Team LeBron)
National anthem Fergie (American)
Barenaked Ladies (Canadian)
Halftime show Kevin Hart, Pharrell Williams, Migos,N.E.R.D[1]
Network TNT
TBS (as all-star game)
Announcers Marv Albert, Reggie Miller and Chris Webber
Brent Barry, Reggie Miller, Chris Webber, Kenny Smith and Zach LaVine (All-Star Saturday Night)
Kevin Harlan, Grant Hill and Chris Webber (Rising Stars Challenge)

Eastern Conference All-Stars

Pos Player Team No. of selections
Starters
G Kyrie Irving Boston Celtics 5
G DeMar DeRozan Toronto Raptors 4
F LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers 14
C Joel Embiid Philadelphia 76ers 1
F/G Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks 2
Reserves
G Bradley Beal Washington Wizards 1
G Goran DragićREP3 Miami Heat 1
C/F Al Horford Boston Celtics 5
F/C Kevin LoveINJ3 Cleveland Cavaliers 5
G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors 4
G Victor Oladipo Indiana Pacers 1
F/C Kristaps PorziņģisINJ4 New York Knicks 1
G John WallINJ2 Washington Wizards 5
C Andre DrummondREP2 Detroit Pistons 2
G Kemba WalkerREP4 Charlotte Hornets 2

Western Conference All-Stars

Pos Player Team No. of selections
Starters
G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors 5
G James Harden Houston Rockets 6
F Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors 9
C DeMarcus CousinsINJ1 New Orleans Pelicans 4
F/C Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans 5
Reserves
G Russell Westbrook Oklahoma City Thunder 7
G Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers 3
F Draymond Green Golden State Warriors 3
C Karl-Anthony Towns Minnesota Timberwolves 1
F/C LaMarcus Aldridge San Antonio Spurs 6
G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors 4
G/F Jimmy Butler Minnesota Timberwolves 4
F Paul GeorgeREP1 Oklahoma City Thunder 5

Draft

Team LeBron
Pos Player Team
Starters
F Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors
F/C Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans
F LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers
C DeMarcus CousinsINJ1 New Orleans Pelicans
G Kyrie Irving Boston Celtics
Reserves
F/C LaMarcus Aldridge San Antonio Spurs
G Bradley Beal Washington Wizards
F/C Kevin LoveINJ3 Cleveland Cavaliers
G Russell WestbrookST Oklahoma City Thunder
G Victor Oladipo Indiana Pacers
F/C Kristaps PorziņģisINJ4 New York Knicks
G John WallINJ2 Washington Wizards
F Paul GeorgeREP1 Oklahoma City Thunder
C Andre DrummondREP2 Detroit Pistons
G Goran DragićREP3 Miami Heat
G Kemba WalkerREP4 Charlotte Hornets
Head coach: Dwane Casey (Toronto Raptors)
Team Stephen
Pos Player Team
Starters
G James Harden Houston Rockets
G DeMar DeRozan Toronto Raptors
G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors
G/F Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks
C Joel Embiid Philadelphia 76ers
Reserves
G Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers
G/F Jimmy Butler Minnesota Timberwolves
F Draymond Green Golden State Warriors
G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors
G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors
C Karl-Anthony Towns Minnesota Timberwolves
F/C Al Horford Boston Celtics
Head coach: Mike D’Antoni (Houston Rockets)

Game

February 18, 2018
8:30 pm ET

Team LeBron 148, Team Stephen 145
Scoring by quarter: 31–4245–36, 33–3439–33
Pts: LeBron James 29
Rebs: LeBron James 10
Asts: Kyrie Irving 9
Pts: DeRozan, Lillard 21 each
Rebs: Karl-Anthony Towns 10
Asts: Kyle Lowry 11

TNT, TBSStaples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 17,801
Referees:

  • James Capers
  • Gary Zielinski
  • Tony Brown

TNT, TBS

All-Star Weekend

February 16, 2018 7:00 pm ET

Team Lakers 66, Team Clippers 75
Scoring by quarter: 13–19, 17–1819–17, 17–21

Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California

Mountain Dew KickStart Rising Stars Challenge

Team World

Pos. Nationality Player Team R/S
G Serbia Bogdan Bogdanović Sacramento Kings Rookie
G/F Canada Dillon Brooks Memphis Grizzlies Rookie
C Cameroon Joel Embiid Philadelphia 76ers Sophomore
G Bahamas Buddy Hield Sacramento Kings Sophomore
F Finland Lauri Markkanen Chicago Bulls Rookie
G Canada Jamal Murray Denver Nuggets Sophomore
G France Frank Ntilikina New York Knicks Rookie
F/C Lithuania Domantas Sabonis Indiana Pacers Sophomore
F Croatia Dario Šarić Philadelphia 76ers Sophomore
G/F Australia Ben Simmons Philadelphia 76ers Rookie
Head Coach: Rex Kalamian (Toronto Raptors)

Team USA

Pos. Player Team R/S
G Lonzo BallINJ2 Los Angeles Lakers Rookie
G Malcolm BrogdonINJ1 Milwaukee Bucks Sophomore
G/F Jaylen Brown Boston Celtics Sophomore
F/C John Collins Atlanta Hawks Rookie
G Kris Dunn Chicago Bulls Sophomore
G/F Brandon Ingram Los Angeles Lakers Sophomore
F Kyle Kuzma Los Angeles Lakers Rookie
G Donovan Mitchell Utah Jazz Rookie
G Dennis Smith Jr. Dallas Mavericks Rookie
F Jayson Tatum Boston Celtics Rookie
F Taurean PrinceREP1 Atlanta Hawks Sophomore
G De’Aaron FoxREP2 Sacramento Kings Rookie
Head Coach: Roy Rogers (Houston Rockets)

February 16,
9:00 pm ET

Team World 155, Team USA 124
Scoring by half: 78–59, 77–65
Pts: Buddy Hield 29
Rebs: Domantas Sabonis 11
Asts: Ben Simmons 13
Pts: Jaylen Brown 35
Rebs: Jaylen Brown 10
Asts: Donovan Mitchell 7

Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 19,060
Referees:

  • #21 Dedric Taylor
  • #7 Lauren Holtkamp
  • #39 Tyler Ford

Team World won against Team USA 155-124.

Skills Challenge

Contestants

Pos. Player Team Height Weight
G Spencer Dinwiddie Brooklyn Nets 6–6 200
C Joel Embiid Philadelphia 76ers 7–0 250
F/C Al Horford Boston Celtics 6–10 245
F Lauri Markkanen Chicago Bulls 7–0 230
G Donovan Mitchell OUT Utah Jazz 6–3 215
G Jamal Murray Denver Nuggets 6–4 207
F/C Kristaps Porziņģis INJ New York Knicks 7–3 240
G Lou Williams Los Angeles Clippers 6–1 175
G Buddy HieldALT Sacramento Kings 6–4 214
C Andre DrummondREP Detroit Pistons 6–11 279

 

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
Spencer Dinwiddie (Brooklyn) O
Buddy Hield (Sacramento) X
Spencer Dinwiddie (Brooklyn) O
Jamal Murray (Denver) X
Jamal Murray (Denver) O
Lou Williams (LA Clippers) X
Spencer Dinwiddie (Brooklyn) O
Lauri Makkanen (Chicago) X
Al Horford (Boston) X
Joel Embiid (Philadelphia) O
Joel Embiid (Philadelphia) X
Lauri Makkanen (Chicago) O
Lauri Markkanen (Chicago) O
Andre Drummond (Detroit) X

Three-Point Contest

Contestants

Pos. Player Team Height Weight First round Final round
G Devin Booker Phoenix Suns 6–6 210 19 28
G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors 6–7 215 19 25
F Tobias Harris Los Angeles Clippers 6–9 235 18 17
G Wayne Ellington Miami Heat 6–5 200 17
G Bradley Beal Washington Wizards 6–5 207 15
G Eric Gordon Houston Rockets 6–4 215 12
G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors 6–0 205 11
F Paul George Oklahoma City Thunder 6–9 220 9

Slam Dunk Contest

Contestants

Pos. Player Team Height Weight First round Final round
G Donovan MitchellREP Utah Jazz 6–3 215 98 (48+50) 98 (50+48)
F Larry Nance, Jr. Cleveland Cavaliers 6–9 230 93 (44+49) 96 (46+50)
G Dennis Smith Jr. Dallas Mavericks 6–3 195 89 (39+50)
G Victor Oladipo Indiana Pacers 6–4 210 71 (31+40)
G Aaron GordonINJ Orlando Magic 6–9 220

NBA All Star Game 2017

1 2 3 4 Total
East 53 39 47 43 182
West 48 49 47 48 192
Date February 19, 2017
Arena Smoothie King Center
City New Orleans, Louisiana
MVP Anthony Davis (West)
National anthem Jon Batiste (American)
Nikki Yanofsky (Canadian)
Referees
  • #41 Ken Mauer
  • #14 Ed Malloy
  • #49 Tom Washington
Halftime show John Legend
Attendance 15,701
Network TNT, TBS (United States)
Sportsnet (Canada)
Announcers Marv Albert, Reggie Miller and Chris Webber
Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Kenny Smith and Shaquille O’Neal (All-Star Saturday Night)
Matt Winer, Grant Hill and Chris Webber (Rising Stars Challenge)

Eastern Conference All-Stars

Pos Player Team No. of selections
Starters
G Kyrie Irving Cleveland Cavaliers 4
G DeMar DeRozan Toronto Raptors 3
F LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers 13
F Jimmy Butler Chicago Bulls 3
F/G Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks 1
Reserves
G Isaiah Thomas Boston Celtics 2
G John Wall Washington Wizards 4
F/C Kevin LoveINJ Cleveland Cavaliers 4
F Carmelo AnthonyREP New York Knicks 10
G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors 3
F Paul George Indiana Pacers 4
G Kemba Walker Charlotte Hornets 1
F Paul Millsap Atlanta Hawks 4
Head coach: Brad Stevens (Boston Celtics)

Western Conference All-Stars

Pos Player Team No. of selections
Starters
G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors 4
G James Harden Houston Rockets 5
F Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors 8
F Kawhi Leonard San Antonio Spurs 2
F/C Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans 4
Reserves
G Russell Westbrook Oklahoma City Thunder 6
G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors 3
F Draymond Green Golden State Warriors 2
C DeMarcus Cousins Sacramento Kings 3
C Marc Gasol Memphis Grizzlies 3
C DeAndre Jordan Los Angeles Clippers 1
F Gordon Hayward Utah Jazz 1
Head coach: Steve Kerr (Golden State Warriors)

Game

February 19, 2017
8:30 pm ET

Eastern Conference 182, Western Conference 192
Scoring by quarter: 53–48, 39–49, 47–47, 43–48
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 30
Rebs: Carmelo Anthony 7
Asts: Kyrie Irving 14
Pts: Anthony Davis 52
Rebs: Davis, Durant, Gasol 10
Asts: James Harden 12
Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
Attendance: 15,701
Referees:

  • Ken Mauer
  • Ed Malloy
  • Tom Washington
TNT

NBA All Star Game 2016

NBA All Star Game

Date: February 14, 2016

Arena: Air Canada Centre

City: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Attendance:

Network: TSN (Canada), TNT (United States)

Announcers: Marv Albert and Reggie Miller (TNT)

Results

1 2 3 4 Total
West 40 52 53 51 196
East 43 47 46 37 173

 

NBA All Star Game 2015

Date February 15, 2015
Arena Madison Square Garden
Barclays Center
City New York, New York
MVP Russell Westbrook
National Anthem Queen Latifah (U.S. National Anthem), Tamia (Canadian National Anthem)
Referees Derrick Stafford, Pat Fraher, Sean Wright
Halftime Show Ariana Grande feat. Nicki Minaj
Attendance 17,198
Network TNT, TBS (United States)
TSN (Canada)
Announcers Marv Albert, Reggie Miller and Chris Webber
Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller and Kenny Smith (All-Star Saturday Night)
Matt Winer, Grant Hill and Chris Webber (Rising Stars Challenge)

Results

February 15, 2015
8:30 p.m. ET
Western Conference 163 Eastern Conference 158 Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
Attendance: 17,198Referees:

  • Derrick Stafford
  • Pat Fraher
  • Sean Wright
Scoring by quarter: 47–36, 36–46, 39–4041–36
Pts: Russell Westbrook 41
Rebs: Marc Gasol 10
Asts: Chris Paul 15
Pts: LeBron James 30
Rebs: Pau Gasol 12
Asts: Kyle Lowry 8

2015 NBA All Star Game Rosters

Eastern Conference All-Stars

Pos Player Team No. of selections Votes
Starters
G John Wall Washington Wizards 2 886,368
G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors 1 805,290
F LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers 11 1,470,483
F/C Pau Gasol Chicago Bulls 5 974,177
F Carmelo Anthony New York Knicks 8 647,005
Reserves
F/C Al Horford Atlanta Hawks 3
F/C Chris Bosh Miami Heat 10
F Paul Millsap Atlanta Hawks 2
G/F Jimmy Butler Chicago Bulls 1
G Dwyane Wade Miami Heat 11
G Jeff Teague Atlanta Hawks 1
G Kyrie Irving Cleveland Cavaliers 3
G Kyle Korver Atlanta Hawks 1
Head coach: Mike Budenholzer (Atlanta Hawks)

Western Conference All-Stars

Pos Player Team No. of selections Votes
Starters
G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors 2 1,513,324
G Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers 17 1,152,402
F/C Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans 2 1,369,911
C Marc Gasol Memphis Grizzlies 2 795,121
F/C Blake Griffin Los Angeles Clippers 5 700,615
Reserves
F/C LaMarcus Aldridge Portland Trail Blazers 4
F/C Tim Duncan San Antonio Spurs 15
F Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Thunder 6
G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors 1
G Russell Westbrook Oklahoma City Thunder 4
G James Harden Houston Rockets 3
G Chris Paul Los Angeles Clippers 8
C DeMarcus Cousins Sacramento Kings 1
G Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers 2
F Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks 13
Head coach: Steve Kerr (Golden State Warriors)

NBA Power Rankings 2018-19


NBA Power Rankings 2018-19

Updated soon….

NBA Power Rankings 2018 ( Last Week)

    • 1. Golden State Warriors (1)
      2017-18 record: 58-24
      Result: W, NBA Finals
      Previous rank: No. 1
    • 2. Boston Celtics (1)
      2017-18 record: 55-27
      Result: L, East finals
      Previous rank: No. 4
    • 3. Houston Rockets (2)
      2017-18 record: 65-17
      Result: L, West finals
      Previous rank: No. 2
    • 4. Philadelphia 76ers (2)
      2017-18 record: 52-30
      Result: L, East semis
      Previous rank: No. 3
    • 5. Toronto Raptors (3)
      2017-18 record: 59-23
      Result: L, East semis
      Previous rank: No. 7
    • 6. Oklahoma City Thunder (3)
      2017-18 record: 48-34
      Result: L, West Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 14
    • 7. Utah Jazz (4)
      2017-18 record: 48-34
      Result: L, West semis
      Previous rank: No. 5
    • 8. Denver Nuggets (5)
      2017-18 record: 46-36
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 9
    • 9. Los Angeles Lakers (6)
      2017-18 record: 35-47
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 13
    • 10. Portland Trail Blazers (7)
      2017-18 record: 49-33
      Result: L, West Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 15
    • 11. Indiana Pacers (4)
      2017-18 record: 48-34
      Result: L, East Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 11
    • 12. New Orleans Pelicans (8)
      2017-18 record: 48-34
      Result: L, West semis
      Previous rank: No. 8
    • 13. San Antonio Spurs (9)
      2017-18 record: 47-35
      Result: L, West Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 6
    • 14. Washington Wizards (5)
      2017-18 record: 43-39
      Result: L, East Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 16
    • 15. Minnesota Timberwolves (10)
      2017-18 record: 47-35
      Result: L, West Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 10
    • 16. Milwaukee Bucks (6)
      2017-18 record: 44-38
      Result: L, East Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 12
    • 17. LA Clippers (11)
      2017-18 record: 42-40
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 20
    • 18. Memphis Grizzlies (12)
      2017-18 record: 22-60
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 23
    • 19. Dallas Mavericks (13)
      2017-18 record: 24-58
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 27
    • 20. Miami Heat (7)
      2017-18 record: 44-38
      Result: L, East Round 1
      Previous rank: No. 18
    • 21. Charlotte Hornets (8)
      2017-18 record: 36-46
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 21
    • 22. Detroit Pistons (9)
      2017-18 record: 39-43
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 19
    • 23. Cleveland Cavaliers (10)
      2017-18 record: 50-32
      Result: L, NBA Finals
      Previous rank: No. 17
    • 24. Phoenix Suns (14)
      2017-18 record: 21-61
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 26
    • 25. Chicago Bulls (11)
      2017-18 record: 27-55
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 22
    • 26. Orlando Magic (12)
      2017-18 record: 25-57
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 28
    • 27. New York Knicks (13)
      2017-18 record: 29-53
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 24
    • 28. Brooklyn Nets (14)
      2017-18 record: 28-54
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 25
    • 29. Sacramento Kings (15)
      2017-18 record: 27-55
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 29
    • 30. Atlanta Hawks (15)
      2017-18 record: 24-58
      Result: Missed playoffs
      Previous rank: No. 30

NBA Schedule 2018-19


NBA 2019 Schedule

Thursday, 6 June

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Golden State TOR 123, GS 109 Kawhi Leonard 30 Pts Stephen Curry 47 Pts
NBA FINALS – GAME 3, TOR leads 2-1

Saturday, 8 June

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Golden State TOR 105, GS 92 Kawhi Leonard 36 Pts Klay Thompson 28 Pts
NBA FINALS – GAME 4, TOR leads 3-1

Tuesday, 11 June

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State Toronto GS 106, TOR 105 Stephen Curry 31 Pts Kawhi Leonard 26 Pts

NBA FINALS – GAME 5, TOR leads 3-2

Friday, 14 June

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Golden State TOR 114, GS 110 Pascal Siakam 26 Pts Klay Thompson 30 Pts
NBA FINALS – GAME 6, TOR wins series 4-2

Monday, 3 June

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State Toronto GS 109, TOR 104 Klay Thompson 25 Pts Kawhi Leonard 34 Pts
NBA FINALS – GAME 2, Series tied 1-1

Friday, 24 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Milwaukee TOR 105, MIL 99 Kawhi Leonard 35 Pts Giannis Antetokounmpo 24 Pts
EAST FINALS – GAME 5, TOR leads 3-2

Sunday, 26 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Milwaukee Toronto TOR 100, MIL 94 Kawhi Leonard 27 Pts Giannis Antetokounmpo 21 Pts
EAST FINALS – GAME 6, TOR wins series 4-2

Friday, 31 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State Toronto TOR 118, GS 109 Pascal Siakam 32 Pts Stephen Curry 34 Pts
NBA FINALS – GAME 1, TOR leads 1-0

Wednesday, 15 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Portland Golden State GS 116, POR 94 Stephen Curry 36 Pts Damian Lillard 19 Pts
WEST FINALS – GAME 1

Thursday, 16 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Milwaukee MIL 108, TOR 100 Brook Lopez 29 Pts Kawhi Leonard 31 Pts
EAST FINALS – GAME 1

Friday, 17 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Portland Golden State GS 114, POR 111 Stephen Curry 37 Pts Damian Lillard 23 Pts
WEST FINALS – GAME 2

Saturday, 18 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Milwaukee MIL 125, TOR 103 Giannis Antetokounmpo 30 Pts Kawhi Leonard 31 Pts
EAST FINALS – GAME 2

Sunday, 19 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State Portland GS 110, POR 99 Stephen Curry 36 Pts CJ McCollum 23 Pts
WEST FINALS – GAME 3

Monday, 20 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Milwaukee Toronto TOR 118, MIL 112 (2OT) Kawhi Leonard 36 Pts George Hill 24 Pts
EAST FINALS – GAME 3

Tuesday, 21 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State Portland GS 119, POR 117 (OT) Stephen Curry 37 Pts Meyers Leonard 30 Pts
WEST FINALS – GAME 4, GS wins series 4-0

Wednesday, 22 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Milwaukee Toronto TOR 120, MIL 102 Kyle Lowry 25 Pts Khris Middleton 30 Pts
EAST FINALS – GAME 4, Series tied 2-2

Sunday, 28 April

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Boston Milwaukee BOS 112, MIL 90 Kyrie Irving 26 Pts Giannis Antetokounmpo 22 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 1
Houston Golden State GS 104, HOU 100 Kevin Durant 35 Pts James Harden 35 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 1

Monday, 29 April

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Houston Golden State GS 104, HOU 100 Kevin Durant 35 Pts James Harden 35 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 1

Tuesday, 30 April

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Philadelphia Toronto PHI 94, TOR 89 Jimmy Butler 30 Pts Kawhi Leonard 35 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 2
Portland Denver DEN 121, POR 113 Nikola Jokic 37 Pts Damian Lillard 39 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 1

Wednesday, 1 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Boston Milwaukee MIL 123, BOS 102 Giannis Antetokounmpo 29 Pts Marcus Morris 17 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 2
Houston Golden GS 115, HOU 109 Kevin Durant 29 Pts James Harden 29 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 2

Thursday, 2 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Portland Denver POR 97, DEN 90 CJ McCollum 20 Pts Nikola Jokic 16 Pts

Friday, 3 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Philadelphia PHI 116, TOR 95 Joel Embiid 33 Pts Kawhi Leonard 33 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 3

Saturday, 4 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Milwaukee Boston MIL 123, BOS 116 Giannis Antetokounmpo 32 Pts Kyrie Irving 29 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 3
Denver Portland POR 140, DEN 137 (4OT) CJ McCollum 41 Pts v 34 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 3

Sunday, 5 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State Houston HOU 126, GS 121 (OT) James Harden 41 Pts Kevin Durant 46 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 3

Monday, 6 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Toronto Philadelphia TOR 101, PHI 96 Kawhi Leonard 39 Pts Jimmy Butler 29 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 4
Denver Portland DEN 116, POR 112 Jamal Murray 34 Pts CJ McCollum 29 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 4

Tuesday, 7 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Milwaukee Boston MIL 113, BOS 101 Giannis Antetokounmpo 39 Pts Kyrie Irving 23 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 4
Golden State Houston HOU 112, GS 108 James Harden 38 Pts Kevin Durant 34 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 4

Wednesday, 8 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Philadelphia Toronto TOR 125, PHI 89 Pascal Siakam 25 Pts Jimmy Butler 22 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 5
Portland Denver DEN 124, POR 98 Nikola Jokic 25 Pts Damian Lillard 22 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 5

Wednesday, 9 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Boston Milwaukee MIL 116, BOS 91 Giannis Antetokounmpo 20 Pts Kyrie Irving 15 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 5
Houston Golden State GS 104, HOU 99 Klay Thompson 27 Pts James Harden 31 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 5

Thursday, 10 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Boston Milwaukee MIL 116, BOS 91 Giannis Antetokounmpo 20 Pts Kyrie Irving 15 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 5
Houston Golden State GS 104, HOU 99 Klay Thompson 27 Pts James Harden 31 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 5

Saturday, 11 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State Houston GS 118, HOU 113 Stephen Curry 33 Pts James Harden 35 Pts

Monday, 13 May

MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Portland Denver POR 100, DEN 96 CJ McCollum 37 Pts Nikola Jokic 29 Pts
WEST SEMIFINALS – GAME 7
Philadelphia Toronto TOR 92, PHI 90 Kawhi Leonard 41 Pts Joel Embiid 21 Pts
EAST SEMIFINALS – GAME 7

Tuesday, 14 May

No games scheduled

NBA Standings 2018–19

NBA Standings 2018 – 19

Eastern Conference

W L PCT GB HOME ROAD DIV CONF PPG OPP PPG DIFF STRK L10
1* – Milwaukee Bucks 60 22 .732 33-8 27-14 14-2 40-12 118.1 109.3 +8.9 L1 7-3
2y –Toronto Raptors 58 24 .707 2 32-9 26-15 12-4 36-16 114.4 108.4 +6.1 W2 7-3
3x –Philadelphia 76ers 51 31 .622 9 31-10 20-21 8-8 31-21 115.2 112.5 +2.7 W1 4-6
4x – Boston Celtics 49 33 .598 11 28-13 21-20 10-6 35-17 112.4 108.0 +4.5 W1 6-4
5x –Indiana Pacers 48 34 .585 12 29-12 19-22 11-5 33-19 108.0 104.7 +3.3 W1 4-6
6x –Brooklyn Nets 42 40 .512 18 23-18 19-22 8-8 29-23 112.2 112.3 -0.1 W3 6-4
7y — Orlando Magic 42 40 .512 18 25-16 17-24 10-6 30-22 107.3 106.6 +0.7 W4 8-2
8x –Detroit Pistons 41 41 .500 19 26-15 15-26 8-8 27-25 107.0 107.3 -0.2 W2 4-6
e –Charlotte Hornets 39 43 .476 21 25-16 14-27 10-6 29-23 110.7 111.8 -1.1 L1 6-4
e –Miami Heat 39 43 .476 21 19-22 20-21 7-9 23-29 105.7 105.9 -0.2 L1 4-6
e – Washington Wizards 32 50 .390 28 22-19 10-31 7-9 19-33 114.0 116.9 -2.9 L4 2-8
e – Atlanta Hawks 29 53 .354 31 17-24 12-29 6-10 16-36 113.3 119.4 -6.0 L3 5-5
e – Chicago Bulls 22 60 .268 38 9-32 13-28 3-13 16-36 104.9 113.4 -8.4 L3 2-8
e – Cleveland Cavaliers 19 63 .232 41 13-28 6-35 4-12 15-37 104.5 114.1 -9.6 L10 0-10
e –New York Knicks 17 65 .207 43 9-32 8-33 2-14 11-41 104.6 113.8 -9.2 L1 3-7

Western Conference

W L PCT GB HOME ROAD DIV CONF PPG OPP PPG DIFF STRK L10
1z –Golden State Warriors 57 25 .695 30-11 27-14 13-3 35-17 117.7 111.2 +6.5 L1 8-2
2y — Denver Nuggets 54 28 .659 3 34-7 20-21 12-4 34-18 110.7 106.7 +4.0 W1 5-5
3x — Portland Trail Blazers 53 29 .646 4 32-9 21-20 6-10 29-23 114.7 110.5 +4.2 W3 8-2
4y — Houston Rockets 53 29 .646 4 31-10 22-19 10-6 32-20 113.9 109.1 +4.8 L1 8-2
5x — Utah Jazz 50 32 .610 7 29-12 21-20 8-8 30-22 111.7 106.5 +5.3 L1 8-2
6x — Oklahoma City Thunder 49 33 .598 8 27-14 22-19 9-7 28-24 114.5 111.1 +3.4 W5 7-3
7x — San Antonio Spurs 48 34 .585 9 32-9 16-25 10-6 30-22 111.7 110.0 +1.7 W3 6-4
8x — LA Clippers 48 34 .585 9 26-15 22-19 11-5 28-24 115.1 114.3 +0.9 W1 6-4
e — Sacramento Kings 39 43 .476 18 24-17 15-26 4-12 21-31 114.2 115.3 -1.1 L3 3-7
e — Los Angeles Lakers 37 45 .451 20 22-19 15-26 9-7 25-27 111.8 113.5 -1.7 L1 6-4
e — Minnesota Timberwolves 36 46 .439 21 25-16 11-30 5-11 22-30 112.5 114.0 -1.5 L3 4-6
e — Memphis Grizzlies 33 49 .402 24 21-20 12-29 8-8 24-28 103.5 106.1 -2.6 W1 4-6
e – New Orleans Pelicans 33 49 .402 24 19-22 14-27 8-8 23-29 115.4 116.8 -1.3 L1 3-7
e — Dallas Mavericks 33 49 .402 24 24-17 9-32 4-12 18-34 108.9 110.1 -1.3 L1 5-5
e – Phoenix Suns 19 63 .232 38 12-29 7-34 3-13 11-41 107.5 116.8 -9.3 L2 2-8

NBA Standings 2018

Eastern Conference

W L PCT GB HOME ROAD DIV CONF PPG OPP PPG DIFF STRK L10
1x -Toronto Raptors 47 17 .734 27-5 20-12 8-3 31-8 112.0 103.3 +8.6 W6 9-1
2 Boston Celtics 45 20 .692 2.5 23-11 22-9 10-3 29-13 104.4 100.1 +4.3 W1 6-4
3 Cleveland Cavaliers 38 26 .594 9 22-11 16-15 9-5 27-14 110.1 109.7 +0.4 W2 6-4
4 Washington Wizards 37 28 .569 10.5 19-14 18-14 7-5 24-17 107.1 105.5 +1.6 W1 6-4
5 Indiana Pacers 37 28 .569 10.5 22-12 15-16 10-6 27-16 106.0 104.8 +1.2 L1 7-3
6 Philadelphia 76ers 35 28 .556 11.5 20-10 15-18 4-7 21-16 107.9 105.7 +2.1 W1 7-3
7 Miami Heat 34 31 .523 13.5 18-13 16-18 8-5 23-18 101.9 102.2 -0.3 L1 5-5
8 Milwaukee Bucks 34 31 .523 13.5 20-14 14-17 5-9 21-21 104.6 105.2 -0.6 L2 3-7
Detroit Pistons 29 36 .446 18.5 20-14 9-22 6-7 18-26 103.1 104.4 -1.3 L4 2-8
Charlotte Hornets 28 37 .431 19.5 18-16 10-21 9-4 17-22 106.5 107.0 -0.5 L4 5-5
New York Knicks 24 41 .369 23.5 16-14 8-27 6-7 12-25 103.8 107.1 -3.2 L5 1-9
Chicago Bulls 22 42 .344 25 15-18 7-24 4-7 17-21 103.4 109.4 -6.0 W1 3-7
Brooklyn Nets 20 45 .308 27.5 12-21 8-24 1-9 13-24 105.7 110.0 -4.2 L4 1-9
Orlando Magic 20 45 .308 27.5 13-18 7-27 4-9 12-28 105.4 109.7 -4.3 L2 2-8
Atlanta Hawks 20 45 .308 27.5 15-19 5-26 3-8 9-32 103.6 108.2 -4.6 L1 3-7

Western Conference

W L PCT GB HOME ROAD DIV CONF PPG OPP PPG DIFF STRK L10
1 Houston Rockets 51 13 .797 25-6 26-7 8-3 31-8 114.0 105.2 +8.9 W17 10-0
2Golden State Warriors 50 14 .781 1 25-7 25-7 8-2 27-11 116.0 107.5 +8.6 W6 9-1
3 Portland Trail Blazers 39 26 .600 12.5 21-11 18-15 7-6 24-15 105.3 103.1 +2.2 W8 9-1
4 New Orleans Pelicans 38 26 .594 13 17-12 21-14 6-4 20-19 112.5 111.5 +1.0 W10 10-0
5 San Antonio Spurs 37 27 .578 14 23-8 14-19 7-5 21-17 102.3 99.4 +2.9 W1 3-7
6 Minnesota Timberwolves 38 28 .576 14 25-7 13-21 9-4 28-13 109.7 107.0 +2.7 L2 4-6
7 Oklahoma City Thunder 37 29 .561 15 21-11 16-18 5-9 21-20 106.6 104.1 +2.6 L2 6-4
8 LA Clippers 34 29 .540 16.5 18-14 16-15 11-3 22-19 109.2 108.2 +1.0 L1 6-4
Denver Nuggets 35 30 .538 16.5 24-10 11-20 6-6 22-21 108.6 107.8 +0.8 L2 6-4
Utah Jazz 35 30 .538 16.5 21-11 14-19 6-8 22-16 102.7 100.7 +2.0 W4 8-2
Los Angeles Lakers 29 35 .453 22 16-15 13-20 5-8 14-25 108.3 109.9 -1.6 W1 6-4
Sacramento Kings 20 45 .308 31.5 10-22 10-23 3-9 10-31 99.2 107.1 -7.9 L1 3-7
Dallas Mavericks 20 45 .308 31.5 13-21 7-24 4-9 11-32 102.4 105.1 -2.7 W1 3-7
Phoenix Suns 19 47 .288 33 9-24 10-23 3-8 13-29 104.7 113.3 -8.7 L3 1-9
Memphis Grizzlies 18 46 .281 33 13-20 5-26 5-9 15-25 99.1 103.8 -4.7 L15 0-10

GLOSSARY

  • W: Wins
  • L: Losses
  • PCT: Winning Percentage
  • GB: Games Back
  • HOME: Home Record
  • ROAD: Road Record
  • DIV: Division Record
  • CONF: Conference Record
  • PPG: Points Per Game
  • OPP PPG: Opponent Points Per Game
  • DIFF: Average Point Differential
  • STRK: Current Streak
  • L10: Record last 10 games

NBA Salaries 2018-19

2018 – 19 NBA Salaries

Team Payrolls

TEAM 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23
1. Miami $145,794,272 $117,403,506 $36,949,195 $11,615,328 $0
2. Golden State $140,643,013 $85,576,661 $43,006,362 $45,780,966 $0
3. Toronto $134,263,530 $124,016,207 $10,865,952 $11,615,328 $0
4. Oklahoma City $125,937,882 $96,766,256 $77,794,754 $0 $0
5. Washington $125,860,972 $111,367,274 $98,065,013 $43,848,000 $0
6. Portland $125,163,088 $117,177,306 $76,714,423 $2,844,429 $2,844,429
7. Detroit $119,534,243 $101,588,043 $65,347,770 $38,957,028 $0
8. Minnesota $118,595,881 $84,854,760 $46,287,640 $0 $0
9. Memphis $117,966,796 $100,837,765 $44,007,230 $9,937,150 $0
10. Boston $114,283,726 $86,186,474 $34,279,942 $92,857 $92,857
11. Charlotte $113,847,294 $90,356,027 $42,546,164 $0 $0
12. Orlando $110,868,287 $73,655,408 $35,136,364 $16,409,091 $0
13. Milwaukee $109,260,743 $74,492,148 $39,706,659 $0 $0
14. Cleveland $108,062,451 $80,834,853 $0 $0 $0
15. Brooklyn $104,259,906 $25,888,907 $0 $0 $0
16. LA Clippers $102,699,605 $41,382,839 $8,000,000 $0 $0
17. Utah $100,105,521 $60,279,546 $46,738,918 $0 $0
18. New York $99,359,539 $63,792,805 $18,975,000 $0 $0
19. New Orleans $98,783,676 $75,179,453 $54,882,886 $27,020,000 $0
20. LA Lakers $97,921,308 $59,729,750 $40,883,427 $41,002,274 $0
21. Indiana $92,131,279 $25,487,360 $23,245,400 $2,245,400 $0
22. Atlanta $91,876,802 $57,990,783 $15,500,000 $0 $0
23. San Antonio $90,856,252 $84,932,746 $65,025,689 $0 $0
24. Philadelphia $87,425,297 $43,611,619 $41,138,345 $12,975,471 $0
25. Phoenix $84,938,492 $43,230,442 $11,750,000 $12,690,000 $0
26. Houston $81,622,024 $88,265,286 $50,322,487 $0 $0
27. Chicago $81,351,486 $47,177,467 $27,029,020 $19,500,000 $0
28. Denver $79,397,486 $37,274,102 $19,160,714 $20,482,143 $0
29. Sacramento $79,103,100 $17,096,426 $0 $0 $0
30. Dallas $71,535,871 $43,055,087 $0 $0 $0

NBA Player Salaries – 2017-2018

RK NAME TEAM SALARY
1 Stephen Curry, PG Golden State Warriors $34,382,550
2 LeBron James, SF Cleveland Cavaliers $33,285,709
3 Paul Millsap, PF Denver Nuggets $31,269,231
4 Gordon Hayward, SF Boston Celtics $29,727,900
5 Blake Griffin, PF LA Clippers $29,512,900
6 Kyle Lowry, PG Toronto Raptors $28,703,704
7 Mike Conley, PG Memphis Grizzlies $28,530,608
8 Russell Westbrook, PG Oklahoma City Thunder $28,530,608
9 James Harden, PG Houston Rockets $28,299,399
10 DeMar DeRozan, SG Toronto Raptors $27,739,975
RK NAME TEAM SALARY
11 Al Horford, PF Boston Celtics $27,734,406
12 Carmelo Anthony, PF Oklahoma City Thunder $26,243,760
13 Damian Lillard, PG Portland Trail Blazers $26,153,057
14 Jrue Holiday, PG New Orleans Pelicans $25,686,667
15 Kevin Durant, SF Golden State Warriors $25,000,000
16 Otto Porter Jr., SF Washington Wizards $24,773,250
17 Chris Paul, PG Houston Rockets $24,599,495
18 CJ McCollum, SG Portland Trail Blazers $23,962,573
19 Bradley Beal, SG Washington Wizards $23,775,506
20 Anthony Davis, PF New Orleans Pelicans $23,775,506
RK NAME TEAM SALARY
21 Dwight Howard, C Charlotte Hornets $23,500,000
22 Chandler Parsons, SF Memphis Grizzlies $23,112,004
23 Harrison Barnes, SF Dallas Mavericks $23,112,004
24 JJ Redick, SF Philadelphia 76ers $23,000,000
25 Brook Lopez, C Los Angeles Lakers $22,642,650
26 Marc Gasol, C Memphis Grizzlies $22,642,350
27 DeAndre Jordan, C LA Clippers $22,642,350
28 Kevin Love, PF Cleveland Cavaliers $22,642,350
29 Steven Adams, C Oklahoma City Thunder $22,471,910
30 Giannis Antetokounmpo, PF Milwaukee Bucks $22,471,910
RK NAME TEAM SALARY
31 Nicolas Batum, SG Charlotte Hornets $22,434,783
32 Rudy Gobert, C Utah Jazz $21,924,719
33 LaMarcus Aldridge, PF San Antonio Spurs $21,461,010
34 Victor Oladipo, SG Indiana Pacers $21,000,000
35 Danilo Gallinari, SF LA Clippers $20,559,599
36 Serge Ibaka, PF Toronto Raptors $20,061,729
37 George Hill, PG Sacramento Kings $20,000,000
38 Ryan Anderson, PF Houston Rockets $19,578,455
39 Paul George, SF Oklahoma City Thunder $19,508,958
40 Allen Crabbe, SG Brooklyn Nets $19,332,500

Highest Paid Player Salaries for NBA 2014 – 2015

Rank Name Team Salary
1 Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers $23,500,000
2 Joe Johnson Brooklyn Nets $23,180,790
3 Carmelo Anthon New York Knicks $22,458,401
4 Dwight Howard Houston Rockets $21,436,271
5 Chris Bosh Miami Heat $20,644,400
6 LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers $20,644,400
7 Chris Paul Los Angeles Clippers $20,068,563
8 Deron Williams Brooklyn Nets $19,754,465
9 Rudy Gay Sacramento Kings $19,317,326
10 Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Thunder $18,995,624

NBA Team Salaries and Breakdowns

Brooklyn Nets
Cap Hit– $102647637 2014-15 – $90598105 2016-17 – $24659665
2013-14 – $102311956 2015-16 – $64097402 2017-18 –
Los Angeles Lakers
Cap Hit– $93118179 2014-15 – $36259471 2016-17 –
2013-14 – $77448046 2015-16 – $25981348 2017-18 –
Boston Celtics
Cap Hit– $92723520 2014-15 – $56584250 2016-17 – $3094014
2013-14 – $70909120 2015-16 – $33607335 2017-18 –
New York Knicks
Cap Hit– $90977721 2014-15 – $92069924 2016-17 – $2281605
2013-14 – $88914896 2015-16 – $13389155 2017-18 –
Memphis Grizzlies
Cap Hit– $82499789 2014-15 – $68396842 2016-17 – $9123596
2013-14 – $72004777 2015-16 – $26233344 2017-18 – $3853931
Miami Heat
Cap Hit– $81530213 2014-15 – $70267178 2016-17 –
2013-14 – $80932182 2015-16 – $65880000 2017-18 –
Chicago Bulls
Cap Hit– $75701200 2014-15 – $66520497 2016-17 – $34563260
2013-14 – $73715925 2015-16 – $47017937 2017-18 –
San Antonio Spurs
Cap Hit– $74677468 2014-15 – $54383004 2016-17 – $9258000
2013-14 – $63396424 2015-16 – $9466400 2017-18 – $1819440
Los Angeles Clippers
Cap Hit– $72460813 2014-15 – $76042553 2016-17 – $52415810
2013-14 – $73056545 2015-16 – $61963361 2017-18 – $45642910
Denver Nuggets
Cap Hit– $71715135 2014-15 – $65663178 2016-17 – $13213482
2013-14 – $65522865 2015-16 – $59257088 2017-18 – $
Toronto Raptors
Cap Hit– $71557967 2014-15 – $51364505 2016-17 – $9500000
2013-14 – $68635924 2015-16 – $21464399 2017-18 –
Golden State Warriors
Cap Hit– $71422516 2014-15 – $51662902 2016-17 – $25322654
2013-14 – $71439356 2015-16 – $49423828 2017-18 –
Oklahoma City Thunder
Cap Hit– $70561074 2014-15 – $69908923 2016-17 – $35442963
2013-14 – $71250908 2015-16 – $57815242 2017-18 –
Washington Wizards
Cap Hit– $70301084 2014-15 – $46500242 2016-17 – $27495669
2013-14 – $70999638 2015-16 – $43699978 2017-18 – $16784031
Minnesota Timberwolves
Cap Hit– $68431742 2014-15 – $66454320 2016-17 – $24872582
2013-14 – $68495356 2015-16 – $49365578 2017-18 – $11600000
Indiana Pacers
Cap Hit– $67428228 2014-15 – $64961410 2016-17 – $26062457
2013-14 – $67154570 2015-16 – $55601755 2017-18 – $16784031
Dallas Mavericks
Cap Hit– $67279965 2014-15 – $32161500 2016-17 – $12294165
2013-14 – $67731565 2015-16 – $20645084 2017-18 – $1793087
Houston Rockets
Cap Hit– $64741797 2014-15 – $63707723 2016-17 – $40066488
2013-14 – $65257011 2015-16 – $44788089 2017-18 – $17811625
Cleveland Cavaliers
Cap Hit– $64739938 2014-15 – $46526721 2016-17 – $17097739
2013-14 – $64739938 2015-16 – $22406081 2017-18 –
New Orleans Pelicans
Cap Hit– $64320824 2014-15 – $56029847 2016-17 – $22977018
2013-14 – $64334295 2015-16 – $56018064 2017-18 –
Sacramento Kings
Cap Hit– $62814138 2014-15 – $68179693 2016-17 – $33090320
2013-14 – $63329352 2015-16 – $31763970 2017-18 – $16784031
Charlotte Bobcats
Cap Hit– $62740742 2014-15 – $45009947 2016-17 – $5318313
2013-14 – $63463450 2015-16 – $40891437 2017-18 –
Portland Trail Blazers
Cap Hit– $62699372 2014-15 – $64832163 2016-17 – $3219579
2013-14 – $63214586 2015-16 – $27680835 2017-18 –
Detroit Pistons
Cap Hit– $61897253 2014-15 – $42177875 2016-17 – $17178319
2013-14 – $61897253 2015-16 – $28955624 2017-18 –
Atlanta Hawks
Cap Hit– $58298255 2014-15 – $50184958 2016-17 – $17549119
2013-14 – $58878487 2015-16 – $32220180 2017-18 – $2456087
Utah Jazz
Cap Hit– $57488043 2014-15 – $32129564 2016-17 – $16491219
2013-14 – $57488043 2015-16 – $16748801 2017-18 – $11933333
Milwaukee Bucks
Cap Hit– $57055999 2014-15 – $46988597 2016-17 – $22395421
2013-14 – $56171706 2015-16 – $42761957 2017-18 – $11000000
Orlando Magic
Cap Hit– $56956403 2014-15 – $48079111 2016-17 – $9205898
2013-14 – $55283238 2015-16 – $20403873 2017-18 –
Philadelphia 76ers
Cap Hit– $53732115 2014-15 – $31588033 2016-17 – $10826694
2013-14 – $52847822 2015-16 – $23052720 2017-18 –
Phoenix Suns
Cap Hit– $52833920 2014-15 – $32486785 2016-17 – $7695487
2013-14 – $53133957 2015-16 – $15354352 2017-18 –

NBA Draft 2019

2018/19 NBA Draft

Updated soon…

NBA Draft 2018

Date(s) June 21, 2018
Time 7:00 pm ET
Location Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Network(s) (US) ESPN
First selection TBA

2017 NBA draft

General information
Date(s) June 22, 2017
Time 7:00 pm ET
Location Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Network(s) (US) ESPN, The Vertical
First selection Markelle Fultz, Philadelphia 76ers

Notable undrafted players

Player Pos. Nationality School/club team
Antonio Blakeney PG United States LSU (So.)
Tyler Cavanaugh PF United States George Washington (Sr.)
Gian Clavell SG Puerto Rico Colorado State (Sr.)
Antonius Cleveland SG United States Southeast Missouri State (Sr.)
Charles Cooke SG United States Dayton (Sr.)
Mangok Mathiang PF/C Australia
South Sudan
Louisville (Sr.)
Kobi Simmons PG United States Arizona (Fr.)
Derrick Walton PG United States Michigan (Sr.)
Jacob Wiley SF United States Eastern Washington (Sr.)

Early entrants

  • United States Bam Adebayo – F, Kentucky (freshman)
  • United States Jarrett Allen – F, Texas (freshman)
  • United States Ike Anigbogu – F, UCLA (freshman)
  • England/Nigeria OG Anunoby – F, Indiana (sophomore)
  • United States Dwayne Bacon – G, Florida State (sophomore)
  • United States Lonzo Ball – G, UCLA (freshman)
  • United States Jordan Bell – F, Oregon (junior)
  • United States James Blackmon Jr. – G, Indiana (junior)
  • United States Antonio Blakeney – G, LSU (sophomore)
  • United States Tony Bradley – F, North Carolina (freshman)
  • United States Isaiah Briscoe – G, Kentucky (sophomore)
  • Canada Dillon Brooks – F, Oregon (junior)
  • United States Thomas Bryant – C, Indiana (sophomore)
  • United States Clandell Cetoute – F, Thiel College (junior)
  • United States John Collins – F, Wake Forest (sophomore)
  • United States Zach Collins – F/C, Gonzaga (freshman)
  • United States Chance Comanche – C, Arizona (sophomore)
  • United States/Greece Tyler Dorsey – G, Oregon (sophomore)
  • United States P. J. Dozier – G, South Carolina (sophomore)
  • United States Jawun Evans – G, Oklahoma State (sophomore)
  • United States Tony Farmer – F, Lee College (sophomore)
  • United States De’Aaron Fox – G, Kentucky (freshman)
  • United States Markelle Fultz – G, Washington (freshman)
  • United States Harry Giles – F, Duke (freshman)
  • Australia Isaac Humphries – C, Kentucky (sophomore)
  • United States Tre Hunter – G, Mount San Jacinto College (junior)
  • United States Jonathan Isaac – F, Florida State (freshman)
  • United States Frank Jackson – G, Duke (freshman)
  • United States Josh Jackson – F, Kansas (freshman)
  • United States Justin Jackson – F, North Carolina (junior)
  • United States Jaylen Johnson – F, Louisville (junior)
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo Ted Kapita – F, NC State (freshman)
  • United States Marcus Keene – G, Central Michigan (junior)
  • United States Luke Kennard – G, Duke (sophomore)
  • United States Kyle Kuzma – F, Utah (junior)
  • Israel/United States T. J. Leaf – F, UCLA (freshman)
  • United States Tyler Lydon – F, Syracuse (sophomore)
  • United States Elijah Macon – F, West Virginia (junior)
  • Finland Lauri Markkanen – F, Arizona (freshman)
  • United States Eric Mika – F, BYU (sophomore)
  • United States Donovan Mitchell – G, Louisville (sophomore)
  • United States Malik Monk – G, Kentucky (freshman)
  • United States Johnathan Motley – F, Baylor (junior)
  • United States Austin Nichols – F, Virginia (junior)
  • United States/Nigeria Semi Ojeleye – F, SMU (junior)
  • United States Cameron Oliver – F, Nevada (sophomore)
  • United States Justin Patton – C, Creighton (freshman)
  • United States L. J. Peak – G, Georgetown (junior)
  • United States Ivan Rabb – F, California (sophomore)
  • Canada Xavier Rathan-Mayes – G, Florida State (junior)
  • United States Devin Robinson – F, Florida (junior)
  • United States Josh Robinson – G, Austin Peay (junior)
  • United States Kobi Simmons – G, Arizona (freshman)
  • United States/Kosovo Jaren Sina – G, George Washington (junior)
  • United States Dennis Smith Jr. – G, NC State (freshman)
  • United States Edmond Sumner – G, Xavier (junior)
  • United States Caleb Swanigan – F, Purdue (sophomore)
  • United States Jayson Tatum – F, Duke (freshman)
  • Canada Matt Taylor – G, New Mexico State (junior)
  • United States Trevor Thompson – C, Ohio State (junior)
  • United States Melo Trimble – G, Maryland (junior)
  • United States Craig Victor II – F, LSU (junior)
  • United States Antone Warren – C, Antelope Valley (sophomore)
  • United States Nigel Williams-Goss – G, Gonzaga (junior)
  • United States D. J. Wilson – F, Michigan (junior)

International players

  • Sweden Simon Birgander – F/C, Calzados Robusta Clavijo (Spain)
  • Croatia Luka Božić – G/F, KK Zagreb (Croatia)
  • Slovenia Vlatko Čančar – F, Mega Leks (Serbia)
  • Brazil Wesley Alves da Silva – F, Paulistano Corpore (Brazil)
  • Brazil Georginho de Paula – G, Paulistano Corpore (Brazil)
  • Germany Isaiah Hartenstein – C, Žalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania)
  • France Jonathan Jeanne – C, SLUC Nancy (France)
  • France Alpha Kaba – F/C, Mega Leks (Serbia)
  • France Tidjan Keita – F, Cégep de Thetford (Canada)
  • France Frank Ntilikina – G, SIG Strasbourg (France)

2016 NBA Draft

General Information
Date(s) June 23, 2016
Time 7:00 PM ET
Location Barclays Center
New York City
Network(s) (US) ESPN

NBA Mock Draft 2015

General Information
Date(s) June 25, 2015
Time 7:00 PM ET
Location Barclays Center
New York City
Network(s) (US) ESPN

Early Entrants

Name School Status
Cliff Alexander Kansas Freshman
Justin Anderson Virginia Junior
Brandon Ashley Arizona Junior
Devin Booker Kentucky Freshman
Willie Cauley-Stein Kentucky Junior
Sam Dekker Wisconsin Junior
Michael Frazier II Florida Junior
Olivier Hanlan Boston College Junior
Montrezl Harrell Louisville Junior
Aaron Harrison Kentucky Sophomore
Andrew Harrison Kentucky Sophomore
Tyler Harvey Eastern Washington Sophomore
Jerome Hill Gardner-Webb Junior
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Arizona Sophomore
R.J. Hunter Georgia State Junior
Vince Hunter UTEP Sophomore
Charles Jackson Tennessee Tech Junior
Dakari Johnson Kentucky Sophomore
Stanley Johnson Arizona Freshman
Tyus Jones Duke Freshman
Trevor Lacey North Carolina State Junior
Kevon Looney UCLA Freshman
Trey Lyles Kentucky Freshman
Jarell Martin LSU Sophomore
Chris McCullough Syracuse Freshman
Jordan Mickey LSU Sophomore
Jahlil Okafor Duke Freshman
Kelly Oubre Kansas Freshman
Ashton Pankey Manhattan Junior
Cameron Payne Murray State Sophomore
Terran Petteway Nebraska Junior
Walter Pitchford Nebraska Junior
Bobby Portis Arkansas Sophomore
Michael Qualls Arkansas Junior
Terry Rozier Louisville Sophomore
D’Angelo Russell Ohio State Freshman
Satnam Singh IMG Academy Post-Graduate
Jherrod Stiggers Houston Junior
Deonta Stocks West Georgia Sophomore
Aaron Thomas Florida State Junior
J.P. Tokoto North Carolina Junior
Karl-Anthony Towns Kentucky Freshman
Myles Turner Texas Freshman
Robert Upshaw Washington Sophomore
Rashad Vaughn UNLV Freshman
Chris Walker Florida Sophomore
Justise Winslow Duke Freshman
Christian Wood UNLV Sophomore

International Players

Name Team / Country Of Team DOB
Alberto Abalde Joventut (Spain) 1995
Dimitrios Agravanis Olympiacos (Greece) 1994
Wael Arakji Al Riyadi (Lebanon) 1994
Eleftherios Bochoridis Panathinaikos (Greece) 1994
Beka Burjanadze Coruna (Spain) 1994
Nedim Buza Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia) 1995
Alexandre Chassang ASVEL (France) 1994
George de Paula Pinheiros (Brazil) 1996
Andrey Desyatnikov Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia) 1994
Moussa Diagne Fuenlabrada (Spain) 1994
Lucas Dias Silva Pinheiros (Brazil) 1995
Ognjen Dobric FMP Beograd (Serbia) 1994
Simone Fontecchio Granarolo (Italy) 1995
Danilo Fuzaro Minas (Brazil) 1994
Marc Garcia Manresa (Spain) 1996
Humberto Gomes Pinheiros (Brazil) 1995
Kevin Harley Poitiers (France) 1994
Guillermo Hernangomez Sevilla (Spain) 1994
Juan Alberto Hernangomez Estudiantes (Spain) 1995
Mario Hezonja Barcelona (Spain) 1995
Mouhammadou Jaiteh Nanterre (France) 1994
Alpha Kaba Pau Orthez (France) 1996
Vladislav Korenyuk Dnipro (Ukraine) 1994
Dusan Kutlesic Metalac (Serbia) 1994
Jonghyun Lee Korea University (Korea) 1994
Timothe Luwawu Antibes (France) 1995
Nikola Milutinov Partizan (Serbia) 1994
Aleksej Nikolic Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia) 1995
Cedi Osman Anadolu Efes (Turkey) 1995
Miroslav Pasajlic Uzice (Serbia) 1995
Anzejs Pasecniks VEF Riga (Latvia) 1995
Oriol Pauli Gran Canaria (Spain) 1994
Kristaps Porzingis Sevilla (Spain) 1995
Nikola Radicevic Sevilla (Spain) 1994
Djoko Salic Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia) 1995
Marko Tejic Crvena Zvezda (Serbia) 1995
Juan Pablo Vaulet Bahia Basket (Argentina) 1996
Aleksandar Vezenkov Aris (Greece) 1995
Adin Vrabac Trier (Germany) 1994
Rade Zagorac Mega Leks (Serbia) 1995
Sergiy Zagreba Dnipro (Ukraine) 1994
Alexandr Zhigulin Penas Huesca (Spain) 1994
Paul Zipser Bayern Munich (Germany) 1994

Draft Lottery

Team 2014–15
record
Lottery
chances
Lottery probabilities
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th
Minnesota Timberwolves 16–66 250 .250 .215 .178 .357
New York Knicks 17–65 199 .199 .188 .171 .319 .123
Philadelphia 76ers 18–64 156 .156 .157 .156 .226 .265 .040
Los Angeles Lakers 21–61 119 .119 .126 .133 .099 .351 .160 .012
Orlando Magic 25–57 88 .088 .097 .107 .261 .360 .084 .004
Sacramento Kings 29–53 63 .063 .071 .081 .440 .305 .040 .001
Denver Nuggets 30–52 43 .043 .049 .058 .600 .232 .018 .000
Detroit Pistons 32–50 28 .028 .033 .039 .724 .168 .008 .000
Charlotte Hornets 33–49 17 .017 .020 .024 .813 .122 .004 .000
Miami Heat 37–45 11 .011 .013 .016 .870 .089 .002 .000
Indiana Pacers 38–44 8 .008 .009 .012 .907 .063 .001 .000
Utah Jazz 38–44 7 .007 .008 .010 .935 .039 .000
Phoenix Suns 39–43 6 .006 .007 .009 .960 .018
Oklahoma City Thunder 45–37 5 .005 .006 .007 .982