Who won the NBA championship in the 1950s?
How long were NBA games in the 50s?
The longest game in NBA history (by playing time) took place on January 6, 1951, between the Indianapolis Olympians and the Rochester Royals. The game, held in Rochester at Edgerton Park Arena, ended 75–73 after 78 minutes, including six overtimes.
Has any rookie won a NBA championship?
Jerry West, the inaugural recipient, is the only player to win the award while being on the losing team. Magic Johnson is the only player to win the award as a rookie.
Who was the best basketball player in 1949?
PLAYERS WITH THE BEST STATS IN THE 1949-50 REGULAR SEASON