The fewest points scored by one team in an NBA playoff game since the 24-second shot clock was introduced for the 1954-55 season (x-NBA Finals):
54 - x-Utah at Chicago (96), June 7, 1998
56 - New Jersey at Detroit (78), May 3, 2004
61 - Cleveland at Detroit (79), May 21, 2006
63 - New Orleans at Miami (93), April 21, 2004
63 - Toronto at Detroit (85), April 21, 2002
63 - Portland vs. San Antonio (85), June 4, 1999
63 - Atlanta at Detroit (79), May 12, 1999
64 - Detroit at New Jersey (82), May 9, 2004
64 - Detroit at Boston (66), May 10, 2002
64 - Utah at San Antonio (86), May 9, 1998
64 - Charlotte at Atlanta (96), April 28, 1998
64 - Orlando at Miami (99), April 24, 1997
64 - Portland at Utah (102), May 5, 1996
65 - Atlanta at Boston (99), May 4, 2008
65 - Indiana at Detroit (69), June 1, 2004
65 - Indiana vs. Detroit (83), May 30, 2004
65 - Phoenix at L.A. Lakers (87), May 16, 2000
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