2004-05 Basketball Season Roster


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2004-05 Basketball Season Roster


  • San Antonio reclaims title in 7-game finals vs. defending champs
  • Nash & Dash: MVP leads run-and-gun Phoenix to NBA-best 62 wins
  • A. Iverson: 30.7 ppg … K. Bryant: 27.6 ppg … L. James: 27.2 ppg

Tim Duncan and the Spurs win their second championship in three years and third in seven, beating Detroit in an intense final series. The expansion Charlotte Bobcats were 18-64, but had rookie of the year Emeka Okafor (15.1 ppg, 10.9 rpg). Dwight Howard also made his debut for Orlando. Can’t get enough? Here’s more.

 

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