Individual Games Records
|22||San Antonio Spurs||16||6||.727||Swept the Cavaliers in their last appearance.|
|35||Chicago Bulls||24||11||.686||4–2 in their last finals appearance against the Jazz.|
|6||Baltimore Bullets||4||2||.667||Franchise defunct.|
|11||Milwaukee Bucks||7||4||.636||3–4 in their last finals appearance, lost to the Celtics.|
|122||Boston Celtics||74||48||.607||Has a 9-3 record against the Lakers in the finals.|
|7||Sacramento Kings||4||3||.571||All as Rochester Royals. The Cincinnati Royals and Kansas City Kings both made zero Finals appearances.|
|40||Detroit Pistons||22||18||.550||Includes 4–8 as Fort Wayne franchise.|
|31||Golden State Warriors||17||14||.548||Includes 10–6 as Philadelphia franchise and 3–8 as San Francisco franchise.|
|23||Houston Rockets||12||11||.522||Swept the Magic in their last finals appearance.|
|167||Los Angeles Lakers||85||83||.503||Includes 20–15 as Minneapolis franchise. 4–3 in their last finals appearance against the Celtics.|
|23||Oklahoma City Thunder||10||13||.435||Went 9–9 as the Seattle SuperSonics. Lost the 2012 Finals.|
|12||Dallas Mavericks||6||6||.500||All games verses the Heat.|
|17||Miami Heat||10||7||.588||Won the 2006 NBA Finals and the 2012 NBA Finals.|
|53||Philadelphia 76ers||24||29||.453||Includes 9–11 as Syracuse Nationals.|
|25||Atlanta Hawks**||11||14||.440||All as St. Louis franchise.|
|48||New York Knicks||20||28||.417||1–4 in their last appearance against the Spurs.|
|17||Portland Trail Blazers||7||10||.412||2–4 in their last finals appearance, lost to the Bulls.|
|12||Phoenix Suns||4||8||.333||2–4 in their last finals appearance, lost to the Bulls.|
|12||Utah Jazz||4||8||.333||2–4 in both their finals appearances, both to the Bulls.|
|6||Indiana Pacers||2||4||.333||2–4 in their only finals appearance, lost to the Lakers.|
|6||Washington Capitols||2||4||.333||Franchise defunct.|
|20||Washington Wizards||5||15||.250||All as Baltimore Bullets (0–4) and Washington Bullets (5–11).|
|10||Brooklyn Nets||2||8||.200||All as New Jersey Nets. 2–4 in their last finals appearance, lost to the Spurs.|
|5||Chicago Stags||1||4||.200||Franchise defunct.|
|9||Orlando Magic||1||8||.111||1–4 in their last finals appearance, lost to the Lakers.|
|4||Cleveland Cavaliers||0||4||.000||Swept by the Spurs.|
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