LeBron 2016’s dominance At NBA Finals 2016, LeBron James was the dominant player of 2 different teams in terms of points and assists. In basketball, this is a statistic recorded when a player passes the ball to a teammate with the rebound, steal and block. LeBron is the only player that can lead 2 teams in one season of the Finals regarding the five most important stats.
Olajuwon used to auction the NBA championship ring Houston Rockets legend Hakeem Olajuwon once auctioned his first championship ring. The reason. according to Islam, is that Olajuwon is not allowed to wear gold on his body. Therefore, after Olajuwon won the second championship with the Rockets team in 1995, the NBA specially made a platinum ring for him.
Robert Horry’s 7-ring record Robert Horry is the only player in NBA history to achieve more than one championship in 3 different teams. Horry achieved 7 rings when he was playing for the Houston Rockets (1994,1995), LA Lakers (2000, 2001, 2002) and San Antonio Spurs (2005, 2007).
Anonymous MVP Finals Cedric Maxwell is perhaps the least well-known MVP Finals in NBA history. He led the Celtics to the championship in 1981. However, what is special about Maxwell is that he is the only player to receive the MVP Finals but never once being voted for the All-Star.
The ultimate quartet at the Finals The 2017 final series marks the first time that four players have gained more than 25 points per game in the Finals. These players were Stephen Curry (26.8), Kevin Durant (35.2), LeBron James (33.6) and Kyrie Irving (29.4).