The leaderboard for most NBA Championships by a player is dominated by members of the league's first and only decade-long dynasty - the Boston Celtics of the 1960s. Hall of Famer and Celtics legend Bill Russell is at the top of the table, winning 11 titles in his 13-year playing career.
Boston Celtics have won 17 NBA championships, the most of any NBA team. They won a record eight consecutive championships from 1959-1966.
The Boston Celtics won the most NBA titles with 17 championships. The Lakers have the second most with 16 championships.
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The statistic shows the men's college basketball teams with the most NCAA Division I championships from 1939 to 2019. UCLA has won the championship a record eleven times.
Top 40 High Schools That Have Produced the Most NBA Players. The NBA has become a global game. Still, the grassroots of basketball come at the youth level, where it's the most popular sport in United States high schools. But not all high schools are created equal, and most of them are lucky to have a single player make it to the NBA.
As of April 2014, the Boston Celtics have won the most NBA championships. To this point, the team has won 17 championship titles, more than other teams in the league. The Boston Celtics won its first championship title in 1957. The team won a record eight championships in a row between the years of 1959 and 1966. The Celtics won its 12th title.
This was Phil Jackson's first season with the Lakers and the first of three NBA championships in a row. Shaquille O'Neal won MVP, averaging 29.7 PPG and 13.6 RPG for a team that posted 67 wins.