|Players who Have Lost the Most NBA Finals|
|Player||Finals Lost||Winning %|
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Who has won the NBA Finals?
This is a list with all the NBA teams that have won at least one NBA Championship.
|16||Los Angeles Lakers|
|6||Golden State Warriors|
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How many times did Jerry West lost in the finals?
Frankly, I wish people would leave him alone.” West, who played with the Lakers from 1960–1974, holds the record for most losses in the NBA finals, going 1–8 in his nine finals appearances.
Who has LeBron lost to in the NBA Finals?
The self-proclaimed King has also been to nine NBA Finals, winning three and losing five. James scored 35 points, secured 15 rebounds and dished out nine assists to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers back to the NBA Finals over the Boston Celtics on Sunday.
Who hasn’t won a NBA championship?
NBA Playoffs series win droughts
|Seasons since win||Team||Last series win in NBA Playoffs|
|11||Detroit Pistons||2008 Eastern Semifinals|
|9||Orlando Magic||2010 Eastern Semifinals|
|9||Phoenix Suns ^||2010 Western Semifinals|
|8||Dallas Mavericks||2011 Finals|
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Who has 6 rings in the NBA?
Two other Celtics, Jim Loscutoff and Frank Ramsey, won seven championships each. Four players, Bob Cousy, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, won six championships each.
|Championship teams||Chicago Bulls (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)|
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Why is Jerry West the logo of the NBA?
The silhouette on the NBA logo—a player dribbling and swiveling between a red and blue background—is Lakers legend Jerry West. Fans know this. Jerry West knows this. Alan Siegel, the man who designed the logo, knows this (“It’s Jerry West,” he told the L.A. Times).
How many NBA Finals did Jerry West go to?
Jerry West was an All-Star every year of his 14-year career and led the Lakers to the NBA Finals nine times.
How many finals did Shaq lose?
It was clearly time to retire, which Shaq did after the Celtics could not win the championship in 2011. So Shaq played for 6 teams and won 4 NBA Championships.