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NBA Championship

NBA Championship

Year

Winners

1980

L.A. Lakers

1981

Boston Celtics

1982

L.A. Lakers

1983

P'delphia 76ers

1984

Boston Celtics

1985

L.A. Lakers

1986

Boston Celtics

1987

L.A. Lakers

1988

L.A. Lakers

1989

Detroit Pistons

1990

Detroit Pistons

1991

Chicago Bulls

1992

Chicago Bulls

1993

Chicago Bulls

1994

Houston Rockets

1995

Houston Rockets

1996

Chicago Bulls

1997

Chicago Bulls

1998

Chicago Bulls

1999

San Antonio Spurs

2000

L.A. Lakers

2001

L.A. Lakers

2002

L.A. Lakers

2003

San Antonio Spurs


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