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The lowest scoring game in NBA history was a 19-18 contest won by Fort Wayne Pistons over the Minneapolis Lakers. The game was played on Nov. 22, 1950, before the inception of the 24-second clock, which was introduced fo...

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The National Basketball Association (NBA) has enjoyed a rich, colorful, exciting history over the years. Fans have packed arenas to watch professional teams and players engage in unbelievable acts of athleticism, and ove...

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As of 2014, the lowest-scoring game in National Basketball Association (NBA) history was a contest with the final score of 19-18. The game took place in 1950 between the Minneapolis Lakers and the Fort Wayne Pistons.

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As of 2014, the lowest-scoring basketball game in professional basketball history was the Fort Wayne Pistons' 19-18 victory over the Minneapolis Lakers on Nov. 22, 1950. The lowest-scoring game since the creation of the ...

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As of 2014, the lowest-scoring game in National Basketball Association (NBA) history was a contest with the final score of 19-18. The game took place in 1950 between the Minneapolis Lakers and the Fort Wayne Pistons.

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The longest game in NBA history as of February 2015 was played on Jan. 6, 1951 between the Indianapolis Olympians and the Rochester Royals. After 78 minutes of game play and a record six overtimes, the game concluded wit...

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The highest vertical leap ever recorded in NBA history is 48 inches achieved by NBA superstar Michael Jordan and Darrell Griffith. Other explosive leapers in NBA history include Julius Erving with a vertical leap of 41 i...

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