5.1985-86 Boston Celtics
With a 59-23 regular season record, the Celtics entered the playoffs where they swept the Chicago Bulls in the first round in 3 games.They later defeated the Milwaukee Bucks in the semi-finals in 7 games and the Detroit Pistons in the conference finals in 7 games to enter the NBA Finals where they faced their long-time rivals, the L A laker. This was their last face off in the 1980s and ended with the Lakers winning the series (4-2).
4.1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers
The LA Lakers finished the regular season with a record of 69-13. The Lakers swept the Bulls in the first round and beat the Milwaukee bucks in the conference finals(4-2). The Lakers faced the New York Knicks in the NBA finals and won the championship 4-1. Wilt Chamberlain was named the Finals MVP .
3.1970-71 Milwaukee Bucks
The Bucks entered the playoffs with a regular season record of 66-16 where they faced the San Francisco warriors and defeated them 4-1. In the Conference Finals they beat the L A Lakers 4-1 and swept the Baltimore Bullets in the NBA finals. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar of the Milwaukee Bucks won both the regular season and the NBA Finals MVP in that season.
2.1995-96 Chicago Bulls
One of the greatest teams ever assembled for the NBA had the best regular season record of 72-10. They Faced the Miami Heat in the first round and defeated them 3-0. They played the New York Knicks in the conference semifinals whom they defeated 4-1. They swept the Orlando Magic in the conference finals and entered the NBA finals, where they faced the Seattle Supersonics. The Chicago Bulls won their 4th NBA title by defeating the Supersonics 4-2. Michael Jordan won both the regular season and the NBA finals MVP in that season.
1.2016-17 Golden State Warriors
The 2016-17 entered the playoffs with a regular season record of 67-15. Golden State swept all the teams in the first 3 rounds of the NBA Playoff, which is the Portland Blazers, Utah Jazz and the San Antonio Spurs. They went onto face the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 4th consecutive time in the NBA Finals. The Warriors beat the Cavaliers 4-1 in the NBA Finals to win their 3rd Title in 4 years. Kevin Durant was named the Finals MVP in that season.