The Warriors with 13, but they moved to different cities while setting the record. Jordan with the Bulls won 10 in Chicago.
year player team games points avg
1946-47 Joe Fulks Philadelphia Warriors 60 1389 23.2
1951-52 Paul Arizin Philadelphia Warriors 66 1674 25.4
1952-53 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 70 1564 22.3
1953-54 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 72 1759 24.4
1954-55 Neil Johnston Philadelphia Warriors 72 1631 22.7
1956-57 Paul Arizin Philadelphia Warriors 71 1817 25.6
1959-60 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 72 2707 37.6
1960-61 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 79 3033 38.4
1961-62 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia Warriors 80 4029 50.4
1962-63 Wilt Chamberlain San Francisco Warriors 80 3586 44.8
1963-64 Wilt Chamberlain San Francisco Warriors 80 2948 36.9
1964-65 Wilt Chamberlain SF Warriors/Phil 76ers 73 2534 34.7
1966-67 Rick Barry San Francisco Warriors 78 2775 35.6
The Boston Celtics they have 17.
Yes conference champions get rings in the nba.
No, they are not as of the 2010-2011 NBA season. The Jazz are among the elite in the NBA. They are close record-wise with the defending NBA Champions in the Los Angeles Lakers.
The most improved team is the Lakers.
The Boston Celtics have won the most NBA Finals and thus the most NBA championships with 17.
The NBA team that was first to be swept out was the San Antonio spurs and yet they were the 2007 NBA Champions.
No but the Celtics from 2006-2007 was the second worst of the nba and then the celtics from 2007-2008 were champions
The New York Knicks made it to the finals in 1999. They were the first No. 8 seed in history to reach the NBA Finals.
Vince Carter led the team in scoring.
Los Angeles Lakers Western, and Champions.
The Chicago Bulls were World Champions in 96,97 and 98. The Los Angeles Lakers were World Champions in 00, 01 and 02. So the answer to your question is the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers.
6× NBA champion, 6× NBA Most Valuable Player, 19× NBA All-Star, 2× NBA Finals MVP, 10× All-NBA First Team, 5× All-NBA Second Team, 5× NBA All-Defensive First Team, 6× NBA All-Defensive Second Team, 2× NBA scoring champion, 1970 NBA Rookie of the Year1970, NBA All-Rookie Team NBA all-time leading scorer, NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team, 3× NCAA Men's Basketball Champion 3× NCAA Basketball Tournament MOP, Naismith College Player of the Year 2× USBWA College Player of the Year
San Antonio Spurs