The fewest points scored by one team in an NBA Finals game since the advent of the 24-second shot clock for the 1954-55 season:
54 - Utah at Chicago (96), June 7, 1998.
67 - New York at San Antonio (80), June 18, 1999.
68 - Los Angeles at Detroit (88), June 10, 2004.
69 - Detroit at San Antonio (84), June 9, 2005.
71 - San Antonio at Detroit (102), June 16, 2005.
71 - Houston vs. Boston (94), May 9, 1981.
71 - Syracuse vs. Fort Wayne (74), at Indianapolis, April 7, 1955.
72 - Cleveland vs. San Antonio (75), June 12, 2007.
73 - Chicago at Utah (78), June 8, 1997.

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