Kevin Pelton's statistical model offers a much different order of the league's all-time best than our panel selected.
- 6/5L 68-63
- 6/9W 92-76
- 6/12W 83-79
- 6/15W 105-89
- 6/17W 81-75
- 6/19W 91-81
- 6/22W 92-72
- 6/24W 91-68
- 6/27L 74-58
- 6/30W 91-81
- 7/2L 100-91
- 7/10L 89-85
- 8/15W 87-85
- 8/17L 80-76
- 8/21L 101-95
- 8/24W 86-79
- 8/27W 73-69
- 8/29W 107-75
- 8/31L 103-83
- 9/2L 90-83
- 9/5W 92-84
- 9/12L 79-71
- 9/17L 103-70
- 9/19W 98-87
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