What happened in the 2015 NBA Playoffs?
The 2015 NBA playoffs was the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association ‘s 2014–15 season. The tournament concluded with the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors defeating the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers 4 games to 2 in the NBA Finals.
Who won the NBA Finals with a 3 0 lead?
For the first time in NBA playoff history, both conference finals teams, the Warriors of the West and the Cavaliers of the East, held commanding 3–0 series leads. Cleveland went on to the finals, sweeping the Atlanta Hawks 4–0 while Golden State won their series 4–1 defeating the Houston Rockets.
Who won the NBA Finals in 2014?
The tournament concluded with the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors defeating the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers 4 games to 2 in the NBA Finals. Andre Iguodala was named NBA Finals MVP .
What happened in the first round of the NBA Playoffs?
The first round of the playoffs saw a record six teams take a 3–0 lead in their respective series, the first time it had happened since the first round expanded to a best-of-seven series in 2003. The fifth seed defeated the fourth seed in both conferences for the third straight year.
What are the scores for 2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament?
2015 NCAA tournament: Scores 1 South: No. 16 Robert Morris 81, 2 West: No. 11 Ole Miss 94, 3 Midwest: No. 16 Hampton 74, 4 No. 3 Notre Dame 69, 5 No. 3 Oklahoma 69, 6 No. 3 Notre Dame 67, 7 No. 3 Oklahoma 72, 8 No. 3 Notre Dame 81, BYU (1) — 90.0 Villanova (2) — 80.5 Arizona (4) — 78.0 North Florida (1) — 77.0 Wichita State (3) — 76.3
Why did Oklahoma City and Indiana Miss the playoffs?
Oklahoma City and Indiana were tied with the New Orleans Pelicans and the Brooklyn Nets with 45 and 38 wins, respectively, but missed the playoffs due to tiebreakers. Despite starting their respective seasons in a rebuilding mode, both the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston Celtics returned to the playoffs after a one-year absence.