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1952–53 NBA season

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1952–53 NBA season

1952–53 NBA season
League National Basketball Association
Sport Basketball
Number of games 70
Number of teams 10
Regular season
Top scorer Neil Johnston (Philadelphia)
Playoffs
Eastern champions New York Knicks
  Eastern runners-up Boston Celtics
Western champions Minneapolis Lakers
  Western runners-up Fort Wayne Pistons
Finals
Champions Minneapolis Lakers
  Runners-up New York Knicks

The 1952–53 NBA Season was the seventh season of the National Basketball Association. The season ended with the Minneapolis Lakers winning the NBA Championship, beating the New York Knicks 4 games to 1 in the NBA Finals.

Contents

  • Notable occurrences 1
  • Final standings 2
    • Eastern Division 2.1
    • Western Division 2.2
  • Statistics leaders 3

Notable occurrences

  • The Minneapolis Lakers won the game's MVP award.

Final standings

Eastern Division

Western Division

x – clinched playoff spot

Statistics leaders

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