No. There have been many playoff games that went into overtime but none of them were scoreless. The lowest scoring playoff game in NFL history was in 1970 between the Lions and the Cowboys with the Cowboys winning 5-0.
It was 1989 eastern conference finals against the pistons game 5
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The lowest game ever is hornets beat the pacers 5-2 in 2011
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It's 63 points which is the most ever by one player. Michael Jordan also has the highest playoff scoring average by one player @ 33.4 ppg.
The Bulls scored 49 points against the Miami heat on 4/10/1999. This is the lowest scoring game by any team in NBA history.
the lowest scoring NBA game ever before the shot clock was in 1950 at Minneapolis Lakers home court vs Fort Wayne pistons, the final score was 19-18, pistons won. after the shot clock, the lowest scoring game was Boston vs Milwaukee, the final score was 62-57, Boston won.
The lowest scoring game was ever recorded was 0-0 in Alabama vs Colorado the refferies called it a game after 56 overtimes High school vermont boys basketball: The Fairfax Bullets won the game 5-2 against there rivals the Milton Yellow Jackets