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The NBA (National Basketball Association) is the strongest and most popular basketball league in the world. The league was founded as the Basketball Association of America (BAA) in 1946 and it changed its name to the NBA three years later. It merged with the American Basketball Association (ABA) in 1976.

The Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers are the most successful teams in NBA history with 17 title wins, respectively. Watch live NBA basketball streams online and celebrate with superstars such as LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Stephen Curry, and Kevin Durant.

Among individual players, Bill Russell holds the record with 11 titles. All the best basketball players in history have played in the NBA, including Michael Jordan who is a six-time NBA champion. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who has also won six championships, is the NBA's all-time leading scorer with 38,387 regular-season points.

The NBA is mostly made up of American players, but it also includes overseas players. 2019-20 was the sixth consecutive season with at least 100 foreign players in the opening-night rosters with international stars such as Toni Kukoc, Vlade Divac, Dirk Nowitzki, Manu Ginobili, and Yao Ming have also graced the division.


Wilt Chamberlain has scored the most points in a single NBA game (100) and he also owns the record for most rebounds in one game (55). Scott Skiles has managed the most single-game assists (30), Elmore Smith has registered the most blocks (17) and the single-game steals record (11) is shared by Larry Kenon and Kendall Gill.



  • MILWAUKEE BUCKS: The Bucks were founded in 1968 and it took them only three years to win their first championship. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar started his NBA career there and he was unstoppable in the 70s. After spending decades in mediocrity, the team is on the way up again, having recorded a 60-win regular season in 2018-19.
  • TORONTO RAPTORS: Following the addition of Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors became one of the most exciting teams to watch online in 2018-19. Leonard led the team to its first championship win in the summer of 2019, before leaving for the Los Angeles Clippers. However, the team remains a contender in the Eastern Conference.
  • BOSTON CELTICS: The Celtics were in a league of their own during the early NBA days, with their dominance including eight straight championship wins in 1959-1966. The team had a six-year playoff drought in the 90s, but generally, they are always competing for the top spots in the East.
  • MIAMI HEAT: Led by Dwyane Wade, the Heat won its first championship in 2006 and another era of success soon followed when LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined him in Miami. The Big Three might be gone now, but the Heat regularly produces winning seasons and they always play a style that's pleasing to the eye.
  • PHILADELPHIA 76ERS: Philadelphia had a miserable five-year spell in the league in 2012-2017, but some of the all-time greats have suited up for the Sixers throughout the years and the team has started to build another successful team. Wilt Chamberlain and Julius Erving both became NBA champions in Philly, which should be a great motivation for the current group of players.


  • LOS ANGELES LAKERS: The Lakers are among the most decorated teams in NBA history and their success includes two different runs of three straight championship wins. In 1971-72, the team recorded a historic 33-game winning streak. The team was poor last decade but there's light at the end of the tunnel, following the addition of LeBron James and Anthony Davis managed to acquire the latest title during the 2020 NBA bubble (4-1 vs Heat).
  • LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS: The Clippers have always been the second-best team in LA and they have also been among the worst teams overall in the league for much of their history, but led by Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, the team made great strides last decade. Once a laughing stock of the league, the Clippers are now among the best sides in the NBA.
  • DENVER NUGGETS: Denver missed the playoffs in five straight seasons in 2014-2018, but some good maneuvering in the players market has brought them back to relevance. With the superbly talented Nikola Jokic as their centerpiece, the Nuggets look set for a very successful decade in the 2020s.
  • UTAH JAZZ: Utah enjoyed a lengthy Golden Age in the 90s with Karl Malone and John Stockton running the show, but they simply couldn't make the final breakthrough to win a championship. The team has had very little success since the duo left, but Donovan Mitchell's arrival in 2017 has given them new hope. He's one of the most exciting players in the NBA whom you simply must watch live.
  • HOUSTON ROCKETS: Houston won two back-to-back titles in the 90s and they have slowly built towards creating another dominant team. They play a very unique style of basketball that features many three-point shots and very few midrange attempts. The Rockets famously missed 27 consecutive three-pointers in a Game 7 loss in the 2018 Western Conference final against the Golden State Warriors.


The NBA season concludes after an 82-game regular season with the playoffs that feature the top eight teams from each Conference. They are seeded from first to eight, with the higher-ranked team owning home-court advantage in the playoffs. All playoff series are played in a best-of-seven format.

To win the NBA championship, a team has to win four series. The final is played between the best team from both the Eastern and the Western Conference. The Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics have recorded the most playoff appearances in NBA history.



  • LeBron James: LeBron has been one of the top players of the NBA ever since entering the league in 2003. Even in his late thirties, he remains an elite playmaker and an outstanding scorer.
  • Kawhi Leonard: Kawhi burst onto the scene as the 2014 NBA Finals MVP and he has slowly developed into an elite player who is among the best in the league at both ends of the court.
  • James Harden: Harden is a deadly scorer who joined Michael Jordan as the only player to average at least 30 points, seven assists, five rebounds, and two steals in a single season in 2018-19. He finished the year averaging 36.1 points, which is the seventh-highest scoring average in NBA history.
  • Stephen Curry: Stephen Curry was the lynchpin of Golden State's run of three championship wins in four years in 2015-2018. He picked up two NBA regular-season MVP awards in that period and was the scoring champion in 2016. Curry is the best three-point shooter on the planet.
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo: Giannis made huge strides in his development in 2018-19 when he won his first NBA regular-season MVP award. The Greek Freak looks unstoppable at times on offense and he's also a shut-down defender.
  • Anthony Davis: Even while playing on a bad New Orleans team, Anthony Davis was named an All-Star multiple times and he carried the team to two playoff appearances almost on his own. Davis is a double-double machine and a superb shot-blocker.
  • Kevin Durant: Multiple scoring titles prove that Kevin Durant is among the NBA's best and most consistent offensive players. An Achilles injury suffered in the 2019 Finals against Toronto was a big blow to his career, but he's expected to lead the Brooklyn Nets to glory.


  • Gregg Popovich: Gregg Popovich is one of the greatest head coaches of all time who has spent all of his career at the San Antonio Spurs. He is one of only five coaches in league history to win five titles, and he's also one of only five coaches to record at least 1200 regular-season wins.
  • Nick Nurse: Nick Nurse proved himself as one of the NBA's best coaches straight away, when he led the Toronto Raptors to glory in his very first year as a head coach in 2018-19. He is the first head coach to win both the NBA and NBA G League titles.
  • Erik Spoelstra: The Big Three helped Erik Spoelstra win back-to-back NBA titles in 2012 and 2013, but he's also done a great job in Miami since that era finished. Spoelstra brings the best out of players and he's a shrewd tactician.
  • Brad Stevens: Brad Stevens made a name for himself as a successful college coach before joining the NBA in 2013 and he quickly turned Boston from strugglers to contenders. He is regarded as the best coach in the league in drawing plays during timeouts.
  • Steve Kerr: Steve Kerr won five championships as a player and he also started his coaching career with a title win in 2015. A year later, he led the Golden State Warriors to a historic 73-win regular season. He is also credited with turning Stephen Curry from a good player to a superstar.

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