Crush Yankees in Historic Comeback
The Boston Red Sox made history on Wednesday night, becoming the first baseball team
to win a best-of-seven series after trailing 3
. The unbelievable comeback
over the New York Yankees sends Boston to the World Series.
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Beyond that, how many teams have came back from 3 0 NBA?
No team has ever come back from a 3–0 deficit in the NBA playoffs … period! I can only think of one time it has happened where a team came back from a 3–0 series deficit to force a Game 7 … and that was the 1994 Western Conference Semifinals (Utah Jazz vs. Denver Nuggets).
Having said that, what NBA team came back from a 3 1 deficit in the finals? Cleveland Cavaliers
In spite of everything, has any NHL team went 16 0 in the playoffs?
The momentum did not stop for the regular-season champion Montreal Canadiens as they played the minimum number of games to win the Stanley Cup. Montreal, in the process, became the last Cup winners in NHL history to go undefeated in the playoffs to date.
Who blew a 3 1 lead?
The Clippers blew a 3-1 series lead to the Nuggets to get bounced from the playoffs. All season long, NBA fans couldn't wait for the inevitable Clippers vs. Lakers matchup in the Western Conference Finals. They were the two best teams in the West all year, and they were destined to meet in the playoffs.
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Ten years ago today, major league baseball witnessed its greatest comeback in history as the Cleveland Indians rallied from a 12-run deficit to defeat the Seattle Mariners 15-14 in 11 innings. Officially, it only tied the record.
In 1975, after compiling a 48–34 regular season record, the Golden State Warriors swept the Washington Bullets 4–0 in the 1975 NBA Finals. In 1976, the Phoenix Suns, after only eight years of existence as a franchise, overcame a losing record early in the season to build a remarkable win streak to finish 42–40.
Originally Answered: Has there ever been a 200 point basketball game? In 1983 the Pistons won a triple overtime game, 186–184. That's the highest NBA score for a team. No team has scored 200 points in a game though.
Game Four needed a high-flying layup to send it into overtime and a game-winning shot by Bryant to squeeze out a 3-1 series lead. ... In that game, the Lakers were blown out of the building by 31 points where the crowd shouted, "Kobe sucks."
In the history of these leagues, teams that were down 3–1 in a series have come back to win the series 56 times; 14 times in MLB, 13 times in the NBA, and 29 times in the NHL. The most recent instance was accomplished by the Los Angeles Dodgers of the MLB in the 2020 National League Championship Series.
The longest undefeated run for a team in an NHL season is 35 games, comprising 25 wins and ten ties, and was established by the Philadelphia Flyers from 14 Oct 1979 to 6 Jan 1980.
All Series, Except Qualifying Round, Will Be Best-of-Seven The Qualifying Round will be composed of best-of-five series. All other rounds (First Round, Second Round, Conference Finals, Stanley Cup Final) will be best-of-seven series.
The season is over for the seven teams that did not make the Qualifiers: the Buffalo Sabres, New Jersey Devils, Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, San Jose Sharks, Ottawa Senators and Detroit Red Wings.
So the 2017 Indians
have the longest win streak in MLB history. The 1916 Giants
, again, have the longest unbeaten streak in MLB history....Here are MLB's five longest winning streaks:
- 1916 Giants: 26 games.
- 2017 Indians: 22 games and counting.
- 1935 Cubs: 21 games.
- 2002 Athletics: 20 games.
- 1906 White Sox: 19 games.
1. The Boston Red Sox hold the record with a 23-7 defeat of the Cleveland Indians in Game 4 of the 1999 AL Division Series.
The 1999 Cleveland Indians, who scored a total of 1,009 runs, are the only team to score at least 1,000 runs in a single season since the Boston Red Sox scored 1,027 runs in 1950.
The last time a sweep happened in the NBA Finals was in 2007, when the Cavaliers, led by LeBron James, were swept by the mighty San Antonio Spurs. Before that, the dominant Los Angeles Lakers dismantled the Jason Kidd-led New Jersey Nets in 2002 to the tune of a quick 4-0 sweep.
With the help of Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, and Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson, the Lakers played in seven NBA Finals between 2000 and 2010, winning three of them consecutively from 2000 to 2002, losing the next two in 2004 and 2008, and winning in 2009 and 2010; the last three appearances were without O'Neal.