2015 NBA Finals Won't Have Tim Duncan, Dwyane Wade or Kobe Bryant for the 1st time Since 1998

2015 NBA Finals Won't Have Tim Duncan, Dwyane Wade or Kobe Bryant for the 1st time Since 1998

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2015 NBA Finals Won't Have Tim Duncan, Dwyane Wade or Kobe Bryant for the 1st time Since 1998

Your NBA stat of the 2015 playoffs, courtesy of a Chris Paul bank job with :01 Saturday:

The question becomes, was this season an outlier? The Hawks and the Warriors were the #1 overall playoff seeds. Was that because of the shift to the 3-point shot? Or were injuries to Kobe, Durant, Westbrook, Bosh, Rose, and others a huge factor in relatively obscure teams rising to the top?

Or is Golden State on the cusp of a dynasty, with its backcourt locked up for a few years?

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