Western Conference Finals

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2002 Western Conference Finals
2002 Western Conference Finals might refer to The Western Conference Finals of the 2002 Stanley Cup Playoffs The Western Conference Finals of the 2002 NBA Playoffs ...
Lakers–Spurs Rivalry - Rivalry History
... Although the Spurs and Lakers have played each other in the Western Conference since 1981, they weren't considered rivals until 1999, when the Spurs swept the Lakers 4–0 to the title ... The Lakers, meanwhile, defeated the Indiana Pacers 4–2 in the NBA Finals to win the club's first title since 1988 ... there was speculation that the Lakers would not have advanced to the Finals if they had faced the Spurs in the second round of the playoffs ...
Karl Malone - NBA Career - All-Star, A New Coach, and Team Offense Leader (1987–1996)
... In the 1988 NBA All-Star Game, Malone led the Western Conference All-Star team with 22 points ... and would eventually win the 1988 NBA Finals ... a breakout season for the Jazz during the 1992 NBA Playoffs, the team made the Western Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history ...
2002 NBA Playoffs - Western Conference - Conference Finals - (1) Sacramento Kings Vs. (3) Los Angeles Lakers
... Last Playoff Meeting 2001 Western Conference Semifinals (Los Angeles won 4-0) The 2002 Western Conference Finals is widely regarded as one of the classic series in NBA history, with the final 4 ... NBA referee Tim Donaghy's attorney filed a court document alleging that Game 6 of the 2002 Western Conference Finals between the Lakers and Kings was fixed by 2 ... in the fourth quarter, and went on to win the 2002 NBA Finals ...
1976–77 Portland Trail Blazers Season - Playoffs - Western Conference Finals
... The Western Conference final was ballyhooed as a matchup of two outstanding centers from UCLA Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bill Walton ...

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