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Who was the MVP of the 2015 NBA Playoffs?

The 2015 NBA Playoffs were 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. Andre Iguodala was named NBA Finals MVP .

When did the NBA change the playoff format?

As the 2014–15 regular season proceeded into February 2015, the ninth-place team in the Western Conference had a better record than the eighth-place team in the East. This led NBA Commissioner Adam Silver to suggest changing the playoff format, where the top 16 teams throughout the entire league would qualify, regardless of division or conference.

What was the score of Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs?

In Game 4, the Clippers won 114–105. Chris Paul scored 34 points and 7 assists. It was a tight game in Game 5 in the Staples Center, especially in the 4th quarter. At the end of the game, DeAndre Jordan tipped the ball in; however, the refs called goaltending.

Who are the two rookie coaches in the NBA?

For the first time since the inaugural Basketball Association of America season in 1946–47, two rookie coaches, David Blatt of the Cavaliers and Steve Kerr of the Warriors, met each other in the NBA finals. Within each conference, the three division winners and the five non-division winners with the most wins qualified for the playoffs.

When did the NBA playoffs start in 2015?

The 2015 NBA playoffs began on Saturday, April 18, 2015 and concluded with the 2015 NBA Finals which began on June 4, 2015 on ABC. ESPN broadcast the Western Conference Finals and TNT televised the Eastern Conference Finals.

Where was the 2015 NBA All Star Game played?

The 2015 NBA All-Star Game was an exhibition basketball game that was played on February 15, 2015, during the National Basketball Association ‘s (NBA) 2014–15 season. It was the 64th edition of the NBA All-Star Game, and was played at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. The Western Conference defeated the Eastern Conference, 163–158.