The 1995 NBA Playoffs was the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association's 1994–95 season. The tournament concluded with the Western Conference champion Houston Rockets defeating the Eastern Conference champion Orlando Magic 4 games to 0 in the NBA Finals. Hakeem Olajuwon was named NBA Finals MVP for the second straight time. As of 2016, the 1995 Rockets are the lowest-seeded team to ever win the NBA Championship.

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  • Los Playoffs de la NBA de 1995 fueron el torneo final de la temporada 1994-95 de la NBA. El campeón fue Houston Rockets (Conferencia Oeste), consiguiendo así su sengundo título consecutivo, al vencer al campeón de la Conferencia Este Orlando Magic por 4 a 0. Los Rockets pasaron a ser el cuarto equipo que conseguía ganar dos títulos consecutivos (después de Los Angeles Lakers en 1987 y 88; Detroit Pistons en 89 y 90; y Chicago Bulls en 91, 92 y 93). El MVP de las Finales de la NBA fue Hakeem Olajuwon de los Houston Rockets. (es)
  • Les playoffs NBA 1995 sont les séries éliminatoires (en anglais, playoffs) de la saison NBA 1994-1995. Les Rockets de Houston battent en finale l'Magic d'Orlando. (fr)
  • Gli NBA Playoffs 1995 si conclusero con la vittoria degli Houston Rockets (campioni della Western Conference) che sconfissero i campioni della Eastern Conference, gli Orlando Magic.Per la prima volta nella storia dei Playoffs, il titolo è vinto da una squadra classificatasi sesta nella Conference, con lo svantaggio del fattore campo in tutte le serie. (it)
  • The 1995 NBA Playoffs was the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association's 1994–95 season. The tournament concluded with the Western Conference champion Houston Rockets defeating the Eastern Conference champion Orlando Magic 4 games to 0 in the NBA Finals. Hakeem Olajuwon was named NBA Finals MVP for the second straight time. As of 2016, the 1995 Rockets are the lowest-seeded team to ever win the NBA Championship. Houston became the eighth team to win back-to-back titles (after the Minneapolis Lakers of 1949 and 1950, and again 1952-54, and the Celtics dynasty of 1959-66 and again in 1968-69, as the LA Lakers of 1987 and 1988, Pistons of 1989 and 1990 and Bulls of 1991, 1992 and 1993). It would go on to happen ten more times, with the Bulls winning 3 more from 1996 to 1998, the Lakers from 2000–2002 and 2009–2010, and the Miami Heat from 2012–2013. The Rockets championships were also part of a run that saw 4 teams win consecutive titles (The Lakers 1987-88, Pistons 1989-90, Bulls 1991-93, Rockets 1994-95, Bulls 1996-98). That streak was stopped, ironically by a Spurs franchise who like the Celtics of the 1980s, didn't win back-to-back titles, but did win numerous championships and is considered a dynasty. The sixth-seeded Rockets (47-35) took out 4 impressive opponents on their way to the title, defeating the 3rd-seeded Utah Jazz (60-22), 2nd-seeded Phoenix Suns (59-23), top-seeded San Antonio Spurs (62-20) and Eastern Conference champion Orlando Magic (57-25) in the NBA Finals. In the Conference Semifinals against the Suns, the Rockets came back from a 2-0 and 3-1 series deficit without home-court advantage, winning Games 5 and 7 in Phoenix. Rockets center Hakeem Olajuwon dominated league MVP David Robinson and Shaquille O'Neal in consecutive series to win the title. The 1995 Playoffs featured the first 3 playoff series victories in Magic history, as they beat the Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, and Indiana Pacers to win their first Eastern Conference title. It also featured the return of Michael Jordan to the playoffs after a year and a half absence, returning in March, and the only time the Bulls didn't win a title with him on the roster since they started their string of titles in 1991. Game 4 of the Celtics-Magic series was the last game played at Boston Garden. Boston returned to the playoffs in 2002, this time in the new FleetCenter (now TD Garden). Game 3 of the Blazers-Suns series was the last game played at the then-Memorial Coliseum (renamed the Veterans Memorial Coliseum as of 2012). The Blazers continued their playoff streak at Rose Garden (now Moda Center) for the next 7 years. Game 3 of the Spurs-Nuggets series marked the final playoff game at McNichols Sports Arena; the Nuggets missed the playoffs in each of the arena's final four years. Denver returned to the playoffs in 2004, this time in the new Pepsi Center. The Pacers made the Eastern Conference Finals for the second straight year (and finally defeated the New York Knicks on their way to doing so), but found the Magic too powerful to overcome. Coincidentally, they met all 3 playoff opponents (Orlando, Atlanta, and New York) they had in 1994, just in a different order. Since the NBA playoffs expanded to 16 teams in 1984, the Jazz became the second team (along with the 1994 Sonics) to win at least 60 regular season games and lose in the first round, when they lost to the eventual NBA champion Rockets. (en)
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  • Los Playoffs de la NBA de 1995 fueron el torneo final de la temporada 1994-95 de la NBA. El campeón fue Houston Rockets (Conferencia Oeste), consiguiendo así su sengundo título consecutivo, al vencer al campeón de la Conferencia Este Orlando Magic por 4 a 0. Los Rockets pasaron a ser el cuarto equipo que conseguía ganar dos títulos consecutivos (después de Los Angeles Lakers en 1987 y 88; Detroit Pistons en 89 y 90; y Chicago Bulls en 91, 92 y 93). El MVP de las Finales de la NBA fue Hakeem Olajuwon de los Houston Rockets. (es)
  • Les playoffs NBA 1995 sont les séries éliminatoires (en anglais, playoffs) de la saison NBA 1994-1995. Les Rockets de Houston battent en finale l'Magic d'Orlando. (fr)
  • Gli NBA Playoffs 1995 si conclusero con la vittoria degli Houston Rockets (campioni della Western Conference) che sconfissero i campioni della Eastern Conference, gli Orlando Magic.Per la prima volta nella storia dei Playoffs, il titolo è vinto da una squadra classificatasi sesta nella Conference, con lo svantaggio del fattore campo in tutte le serie. (it)
  • The 1995 NBA Playoffs was the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association's 1994–95 season. The tournament concluded with the Western Conference champion Houston Rockets defeating the Eastern Conference champion Orlando Magic 4 games to 0 in the NBA Finals. Hakeem Olajuwon was named NBA Finals MVP for the second straight time. As of 2016, the 1995 Rockets are the lowest-seeded team to ever win the NBA Championship. (en)
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