1947-59

1960-69

1970-79

1980-89

1990-99

2000-09

1962: Wilt Scores 100!
Wilt Chamberlain set the NBA single-game scoring record by tallying 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a 169-147 victory over the New York Knicks.

1962: Baylor Scores 61 for Finals Record
1962: Elgin Baylor was a scoring machine in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics, ringing up 61 points, a feat that remains a Finals record.

1963: Cousy Dribbles Out the Clock
1963: Bob Cousy and the Celtics were called "too old," to win their fifth straight title, but the Houdini of the Hardwood proved them wrong in his final game.

1965: West Averages 46.3 Points vs. Bullets
The Baltimore Bullets were the victims of the greatest single-man assault in playoff history when Lakers' guard Jerry West averaged more than 46 points a game over six games of their Western Division Finals series.

1965: "Havlicek Stole the Ball!"
Celtics broadcaster Johnny Most made basketball's most famous call, describing John Havlicek's heroics in the closing seconds of Game 7 of the 1965 Eastern Division Finals.

1969: Boston Caps the Russell Era With 11th Title in 13 Years
Player-coach Bill Russell inspired Boston to one last title in '68-69 before retiring as the game's greatest champion.

1962: Wilt Scores 100!
Wilt Chamberlain set the NBA single-game scoring record by tallying 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a 169-147 victory over the New York Knicks.

1962: Baylor Scores 61 for Finals Record
1962: Elgin Baylor was a scoring machine in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics, ringing up 61 points, a feat that remains a Finals record.

1963: Cousy Dribbles Out the Clock
1963: Bob Cousy and the Celtics were called "too old," to win their fifth straight title, but the Houdini of the Hardwood proved them wrong in his final game.

1965: West Averages 46.3 Points vs. Bullets
The Baltimore Bullets were the victims of the greatest single-man assault in playoff history when Lakers' guard Jerry West averaged more than 46 points a game over six games of their Western Division Finals series.

1965: "Havlicek Stole the Ball!"
Celtics broadcaster Johnny Most made basketball's most famous call, describing John Havlicek's heroics in the closing seconds of Game 7 of the 1965 Eastern Division Finals.

1969: Boston Caps the Russell Era With 11th Title in 13 Years
Player-coach Bill Russell inspired Boston to one last title in '68-69 before retiring as the game's greatest champion.