The most popular team in the NBA?
That would be the Sacramento Kings.
In fact, they’re the only team in NBA history to have five different players win five consecutive championships.
In the first decade of the 20th century, only the San Antonio Spurs and Detroit Pistons won four consecutive titles.
The Los Angeles Lakers have won six consecutive NBA championships, but only once in the last four years.
In addition to their winning percentage, the Kings are also the only NBA team with a winning percentage of 75 percent or higher for every single season from 1955-2016.
That’s the highest winning percentage ever for an NBA team.
The Warriors and the Lakers both rank near the top of this list, and they both have three NBA titles to their credit.
The Kings have won four championships in the first 10 seasons of their existence, and the Warriors have won five in the 10 seasons since.
The only other team with three titles in the same time frame is the 1995-1996 Cleveland Cavaliers, who won six straight in the 1995 NBA playoffs.
That team also had five players in the top five in winning percentage at the end of the season, and that was all with a championship on the line.
The Lakers, meanwhile, have had four players in a position to win a championship in the two-plus decades that they’ve existed.
Kobe Bryant is one of the greatest players of all-time, but he’s also the most dominant player in the history of the game.
He’s won three championships, three of which came in the form of an MVP award.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is one half of the legendary Lakers dynasty, but even he’s not the greatest player of his generation.
He won three MVP awards, but the Lakers have not won a championship since he left in 1994.
The New York Knicks won five titles in five years, but their most recent championship came in 2000.
The Dallas Mavericks have won seven titles in seven seasons, but have yet to win one in their 10th season.
The San Antonio Stars have won eight titles in eight seasons, and have never won a title since 2007.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have won three titles since 2009, but never won one in the previous seven seasons.
The Detroit Pistons have won two titles in three years, yet still haven’t won a postseason series since 2008.
The Toronto Raptors have won their first championship in more than 50 years, and haven’t lost a playoff series since 2015.
The Miami Heat have been the best team in basketball for decades, but that team has never won an NBA title.
That would mean the Cleveland Cavaliers are the best NBA team in history.
This team has won five straight titles, but they’ve never won in a postseason.
The Milwaukee Bucks have won at least three championships in six of their 10 seasons, yet have never gotten to the Finals.
The Philadelphia 76ers have won 11 straight games, yet never won more than one playoff series in their history.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have won 10 of their past 11, yet haven’t made the playoffs since 2007, and are in a rebuild.
The Orlando Magic have won nine straight, yet made the postseason three times in their existence.
The Chicago Bulls have won 16 straight games and haven.
The Atlanta Hawks have won 15 of their last 18, yet are still in a rebuilding process.
The Washington Wizards are the only one of these teams that has never missed the playoffs.
The Sacramento Kings are the second best team of all of NBA history, and won the league’s first title in 1959.
The Denver Nuggets were one of only two teams in NBA History to have at least one player win two championships in a single season, with Kareem Malone and Bob Cousy.
This is the first time since the franchise was founded that a team with four or more players in each of the last three seasons has won a first-round NBA championship.
The Golden State Warriors are the last team to win five straight championships, and yet have yet failed to make the playoffs in any of the past eight seasons.
These are the five best players in NBA franchise history.
They were the best player in NBA basketball in the 1950s and 1960s, and played in the 1960s and 1970s.
Kobe was a dominant scorer and scorer-driven player.
He led the NBA in scoring for four straight seasons from 1968-71 and was named the league MVP in 1971.
He became a household name in 1972 when he won the MVP award, becoming just the fourth player in history to win the award and the first player to do so at age 26.
The next decade saw the emergence of Kareem as a leader and the NBA’s most dominant scorer, but his dominance in the ’70s and ’80s led to his downfall.
Kaream’s impact on the game was profound and lasting.
He changed the way players were treated and how much money was spent on a player’s performance, making him the most beloved player of the decade.
He made the NBA Finals five times in his career, winning the championship once in