Finals Mvp

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WNBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award
... The Women's National Basketball Association Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP) is an annual Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) award given since the league's inaugural season ... each Comets championship, Cynthia Cooper was named Finals MVP ... back-to-back, and dominant center Lisa Leslie was crowned as the Finals MVP both years ...
National Basketball Association Finals - History - 1999–2010: Lakers/Spurs Dominance
... In the Finals that year, the Spurs held the New York Knicks, the first #8 seed team to reach the finals in NBA History, to an average of 79.8 points per game ... During the 2003 NBA Finals, the Spurs defeated the Nets in 6 games ... Said Finals also marked the first championship contested between two former ABA teams, the Spurs and Nets ...
History Of The Los Angeles Lakers - 1979-91: "Showtime"
... had a fantastic year (earning his sixth and final MVP award) as the Lakers won 60 regular season games ... alone won Johnson the first of his three Finals MVP awards ... of the 1981 NBA Playoffs to the Houston Rockets, who went on to the NBA Finals despite a 40-42 regular season record ...
NBA Finals - History - 1999–2010: Lakers/Spurs Dominance
... In the 1999 NBA Finals that year, the Spurs held the New York Knicks, the first #8 seed team to reach the finals in NBA History, to an average of 79.8 points per game ... During the 2003 NBA Finals, the Spurs defeated the Nets in 6 games ... Said Finals also marked the first championship contested between two former ABA teams, the Spurs and Nets ...
Dwyane Wade - NBA Career - NBA Champion and Finals MVP (2005–06)
... this, Wade successfully led his team to the 2006 NBA Finals, despite suffering from flu-like symptoms in game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Detroit Pistons ... In his first trip to the NBA Finals, in which Miami faced off against the Dallas Mavericks, Wade had some especially memorable moments ... in the fourth quarter, in which the Heat erased a 13 point deficit over the final 629 with a 22–7 run which included a go-ahead jumper by NBA veteran Gary Payton that sealed the win ...