Detroit's leading scorer, Adrian Dantley, put up 19 points in what would be his final game with a team he helped to a 58-win pace through 45 contests. The Lakers were plus-10.4 points per 100 possessions with Shaq on the floor and minus-0.5 with him off. Teams scored an average of 105.1 points per 100 possessions in the 2003 playoffs. The 1970-71 season marked a new beginning for Robertson, as he became a part of a young Milwaukee Bucks team. From wire to wire, this was a completely and utterly dominant team performance. The 2002-03 San Antonio Spurs were led by a dominant Tim Duncan, who averaged 23.3 points, 12.9 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.9 blocks on the way to his second consecutive MVP. It was based largely on each team’s dominance in its particular year, rather than on the "which team would win" question. Lebron James and the Cavaliers had their backs against the wall, as they fell into a 1-3 hole against the hot-shooting Golden State Warriors, the team that just broke the record for most wins in a season posting a winning record of 73 wins and only 9 losses. He also managed 7.9 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 2.1 blocks. And everyone coalesced to dominate in the playoffs. And Rodman dominated the glass to the tune of 14.9 rebounds. Eight Blazers averaged at least 8.0 points per game that season. The Cavaliers roster also included tenacious rebounder Tristan Thompson, stretch big man Channing Frye, spit-fire guard Iman Shumpert, defensive guard Matthew Dellavedova, and talented swingmen in Richard Jefferson and J.R. Smith. Heading into that season, Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry were third and fifth, respectively, in career offensive box plus/minus (they're in a virtual tie for third now). This Lakers team is arguably the best in league history. The 1990-91 Chicago Bulls, Jordan's first title team, weren't quite as dominant as the 1996-97 squad in the regular season, but their playoff dominance gives them the edge. Robinson's example of selflessness seemed to rub off on Duncan, who led the Spurs through one of the game's greatest stretches of team basketball with the same sort of humility. This obviously wasn't a breeze, though. Chamberlain (19.2 points and 14.8 rebounds in his second-to-last season) and Hairston (13.1 points and 13.1 rebounds) anchored the season's No. With a super team like this, there was no question that the rest of the league struggled to keep up. LeBron, Wade and Bosh had formed the Heatles the previous summer. Jamaal Wilkes, another Hall of Famer, was particularly helpful with averages of 15.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals. His 13 triple-doubles trailed only Russell Westbrook's total that season. Of the 2010s teams sampled, the Heat were in the top 10 in playoff winning percentage, relative offensive rating and net rating. He had plenty of help, of course. Partner of iOne Digital / Cassius Network. He had 33 percent more playoff wins over replacement player than the man in second place in that category (Wes Unseld). This team also featured Michael Cooper, one of the game's greatest defenders. Houston also received solid contributions from a young Robert Horry, Otis Thorpe, Kenny Smith, Vernon Maxwell, Mario Elie and Sam Cassell that season. The Spurs were led by David Robinson, Tim Duncan, Avery Johnson, and Steve Kerr. Beyond Russell, this roster featured six more Hall of Famers: Bill Sharman, Bob Cousy, Tom Heinsohn, Frank Ramsey, Sam Jones and K.C. The Jazz, who went 64-18, were plus-11.7 points per 100 possessions with Malone on the floor and minus-10.2 with him off. They ended a major sports championship drought for the city that dated back to 1964, when the Browns finished at the top of the NFL. And in the Finals, he went toe to toe with, and came out on top of, Wilt Chamberlain. He averaged 18.3 points, 12.6 assists and 6.2 rebounds. The 2003-04 MVP had just averaged 22.4 points, 12.8 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.7 blocks for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Those three, along with Andre Iguodala, Andrew Bogut, Harrison Barnes and the rest of the roster, put together quite possibly the greatest regular season of all time. With Jordan and the Bulls on the rise, the playoff teams were put on notice when Jordan put on a scoring spree against the Miami Heat. Tim Duncan and David Robinson better look out. Kevin Love, a double-double machine, chipped in with 16.0 points and 9.9 rebounds per game. With their achievements, there’s not a lot of teams that come close to the ‘95-96 Chicago Bulls when it comes to displaying their sheer dominance. They also hummed like Phoenix previously had on the other end. It wasn't until Robinson, who entered that campaign trailing only MJ in career box plus/minus, took something of a backseat that things started to click. They went 12-2 and outscored opponents by 10.8 points per 100 possessions in the postseason. But in the other three series that postseason, the Warriors were utterly dominant. He led the NBA in defensive box plus/minus, finished sixth in Defensive Player of the Year voting and averaged 4.2 assists per 75 possessions (first by a long shot among 7-footers). Spearheaded by Lebron James and a healthier Kyrie Irving, the team averaged 104.3 points a game, while holding opposing teams to 98.3 points per game. Furthermore they were also supported by their Sixth Man, Bill Walton. I'm going to trade you. His 6.9 box plus/minus trailed those of Robinson and Malone, and it was the second-lowest mark of his career (only his truncated 1994-95 was worse). Statistically, 1995-96 was the climax of the Phil Jackson-led dynasty. In the league’s 65-year history, 65 teams have had the honor of calling themselves the ultimate basketball winners of the world. The ball seemed to leave his hands in the same motion as the catch. In that Finals series, LeBron led the Cavs in every major statistical category, averaging 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, 8.9 assists, 2.6 steals and 2.3 blocks. This group achieved a then-record 72 regular-season wins and, of course, tied its season up with a pretty bow by defeating the Seattle SuperSonics in the finals in six games. That season, they led the NBA in simple rating system (their 11.8 is the second-best mark in NBA history), offensive rating and defensive rating. With their current All-Stars in Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green, Kevin Durant Gave them another scoring option who can score pretty much anywhere. Curry, two years later. The methodology for this project was fairly complex. Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant were an unstoppable duo in the 2001-02 season.