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Every year, at approximately the middle of April, NBA fans of all ages come to see the best of the best play.

Throughout the history of the NBA, the playoffs have been a triumph for some teams and a mark of disdain for others.

For some teams, making the playoffs seems like a yearly calendar event. The San Antonio Spurs have made it to the playoffs for 13 straight seasons, and the Dallas Mavericks have secured a spot in the playoffs for 10 straight years.

Since the beginning of the NBA, the team with the record of the longest playoff appearance streak belongs to the Portland Trail Blazers, who made it to the playoffs for 21 consecutive years. You could have set your watch to it, some joked.

For other teams, simply making the playoffs was not enough. With a series-record of 17-4, the Boston Celtics have won the NBA Finals more than any other team. However, the Chicago Bulls and the San Antonio Spurs are the only teams to have a perfect-Finals record (6-0 and 4-0, respectively). Although the eighth-seed New York Knicks of 1999 were the lowest seed team to ever reach the Finals, the sixth-seed Houston Rockets of 1994-1995 were the lowest seed team to ever win the Finals. In fact, only three eighth-seed teams (the 1994 Denver Nuggets, the 1999 New York Knicks, and the 2007 Golden State Warriors) have ever won a series against a one-seed team.

This year, as always, the NBA Playoffs are expected to be entertaining and intense. The best basketball teams in the world will compete against each other for the trophy—and for the glory. Sixteen teams will go big or go home. The NBA Playoffs should prove to be an exhilarating thing to see first hand!