The 2013-14 San Antonio Spurs went 62-20 and their incredible teamwork and selflessness will be remembered forever in San Antonio and in NBA history.
The 2013 Miami Heat finished 66-16 and completed a 27-game winning streak during the season. They won back-to-back titles and their third overall for the franchise.
The 2009 Los Angeles Lakers went 65-17 and 16-7 in the playoffs to win the Lakers 15th overall championship.
The 2008 Celtics finished 66-16 and started the season 27-3. They completed a 42-game improvement from the previous season which is the largest turnaround ever.
San Antonio finished 60-22 and were led by a truly classic Finals performance from Tim Duncan for their second championship.
The addition of Phil Jackson as coach would help spark the Los Angeles Lakers to a 67-15 record and Shaquille O’Neal would take the MVP.
The 1996 Chicago Bulls garnered the best regular season record ever at 72-10, and then went 15-3 in the playoffs for their fourth title.
The Clutch City Rockets went 58-24 in the regular season and started the year winning 22 of their first 23 games.
The 1991-92 Chicago Bulls were definitely the best of the Bulls first three-peat teams. They finished 67-15 in the regular season and featured Michael and Scottie in their prime.
The 1988-89 Detroit Pistons finished the regular season 63-19 and 16-2 in the playoffs. The Bad Boys were the first team other than the Celtics, Sixers or Lakers to win a title in a decade.