Top 10 Teams in NBA History

The National Basketball Association or NBA was founded in 1946. Since then, it has established itself as one of the most important sports leagues in America, especially in the United States and Canada, where sports enthusiasts follow and play basketball in school, college and professional levels to a large extent. These teams have the Greatest NBA players of all time.

In fact, basketball has acted as social glue in the American society, and been the foundation of sportsman spirit, equality, fair play, etc. among them. Over a period of more than half a century, the NBA has seen the participation of some of the top players, who represent various teams. Let us take a look at the Top 10 Teams in NBA History.

Top 10 Teams in NBA History

10. Detroit Pistons (1988–89)

NBA franchise Detroit Pistons achieved 63–19 record with a winning average of .768 in the 1988–89 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the tenth place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1988–89 NBA season were Mark Aguirre, Adrian Dantley, Darryl Dawkins, Fennis Dembo, Joe Dumars, James Edwards, Steve Harris, Vinnie Johnson, Bill Laimbeer, John Long, Rick Mahorn, Pace Mannion, Dennis Rodman, Jim Rowinski, John Salley, Isiah Thomas and Micheal Williams. Four members of that season’s Detroit Pistons team, Thomas, Dumars, Dantley and Rodman, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. Thomas was also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of the NBA. Detroit Pistons was managed by Coach Chuck Daly in the 1988–89 NBA Season.

9. Philadelphia 76ers (1982–83)

NBA franchise Philadelphia 76ers achieved 65–17 record with a winning average of .793 in the 1982–83 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the ninth place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1982–83 NBA season were J. J. Anderson, Maurice Cheeks, Earl Cureton, Franklin Edwards, Julius Erving, Marc Iavaroni, Clemon Johnson, Reggie Johnson, Bobby Jones, Moses Malone, Mark McNamara, Clint Richardson, Russ Schoene and Andrew Toney. Two members of that season’s Philadelphia 76ers team, Erving and Malone, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. 2 players, Erving and Malone, were also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of the NBA. Philadelphia 76ers was managed by Coach Billy Cunningham in the 1982–83 NBA Season.

8. Chicago Bulls (1991–92)

NBA franchise Chicago Bulls achieved 67–15 record with a winning average of .817 in the 1991–92 season of the National Basketball Association, and is inducted in the eighth place in our list of top 10 teams in NBA history. The squad members of the team in 1991–92 NBA season were B. J. Armstrong, Bill Cartwright, Horace Grant, Bob Hansen, Craig Hodges, Dennis Hopson, Michael Jordan, Stacey King, Cliff Levingston, Chuck Nevitt, John Paxson, Will Perdue, Scottie Pippen, Mark Randall, Rory Sparrow and Scott Williams. Two members of that season’s Chicago Bulls team, Jordan and Pippen, were inducted in the basketball Hall Of Fame. 2 players, Jordan and Pippen, were also listed among the 50 Greatest Players in the All-Time list of NBA. Chicago Bulls was managed by Coach Phil Jackson in the 1991–92 NBA Season.

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