The fewest total points scored in an NBA playoff game since the 24-second shot clock was introduced for the 1954-55 season:
130 - Boston (66) def. Detroit (64), May 10, 2002
134 - Detroit (69) def. Indiana (65), June 1, 2004.
134 - Detroit (78) def. New Jersey (56), May 3, 2004
139 - Detroit (72) def. Indiana (67), May 24, 2004
140 - Detroit (79) def. Cleveland (61), May 21, 2006
142 - New York (72) def. Miami (70), May 19, 2000
142 - Phoenix (72) def. San Antonio (70), April 22, 2000
142 - Detroit (79) def. Atlanta (63), May 12, 1999
143 - Indiana (73) def. Miami (70), May 18, 2004
143 - Chicago (75) def. Miami (68), May 22, 1997
145 - New York (79) def. Atlanta (66), May 24, 1999
145 - Fort Wayne (74) def. Syracuse (71), April 7, 1955
146 - Cleveland (74) def. Detroit (72), May 15, 2006
146 - New Jersey (82) def. Detroit (64), May 9, 2004
147 - San Antonio (75) def. Cleveland (72), June 12, 2007
147 - San Antonio (80) def. New York (67), June 18, 1999
147 - New York (77) def. Atlanta (70), May 20, 1999
147 - Orlando (79) def. Philadelphia (68), May 11, 1999
148 - Boston (76) def. Cleveland (72), May 6, 2008
148 - Detroit (83) def. Indiana (65), May 30, 2004
148 - Detroit (85) def. Toronto (63), April 21, 2002
148 - San Antonio (85) def. Portland (63), June 4, 1999
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