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The NBA ("National Basketball Association"), is the main professional Basketball League in North America, and is without a doubt, the best of its kind in the world. The NBA has 30 franchised member clubs, 29 of them are situated in the US, and one in Canada. The NBA season is consisted of a regular season, during which the teams are playing in divisions, and a playoff stage, after which the champions of both conferences are competing each other for the national title.
The NBA's most decorated club is the Boston Celtics, who have 17 national titles under their name, many of them won during the 60's. Right behind them are the Los Angeles Lakers (formally known as Minneapolis Lakers) with 16 championships. The Chicago Bulls are far behind with 6 titles, closing the top 3 list. Current champions are the San Antonio Spurs, who displayed some of the finest squads of all time in the 2013-2014 season.
The league's all time best player is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who led the Los Angeles Lakers for 14 years, scoring a ground breaking 38,387 points during his career. Current times legend's are Kobe Bryant, who made it to the All-Star team 16 times, and led the Los Angeles Lakers to the championship 5 times, and LeBron James, who made headlines in July 2014, after returning to his first professional NBA team- the Cleveland Cavaliers under Israeli head coach David Blatt. David Blatt is well recognized in Europe, having won the 2014 Euroleague Coach of the Year award, but will be facing the stress and challenges of the NBA for the first time of his career.
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