List of NBA franchise post-season droughts

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This is a list of National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise post-season appearance droughts. This list includes the all-time and the active consecutive non-playoffs. Aside from the NBA Playoff appearance droughts, this list also includes droughts of series wins, the NBA Finals appearance drought and the NBA championships win drought. The teams which have never made an NBA Playoffs appearance, an NBA Finals appearance and have never won an NBA championship are listed from the year they entered the league.

Of the 30 current NBA franchises, 13 have never won the NBA championship. The oldest such franchise is the Suns (46 seasons), while the Royals/Kings and the Hawks have even longer championship droughts (63 and 56 seasons, respectively). Only 7 franchises have never been to the NBA Finals, the oldest of which is the Braves/Clippers (44 seasons), and again the Kings and the Hawks have appearance droughts that are even longer (63 and 56 seasons, respectively). The longest a franchise has gone without appearing in the playoffs at all is 15 seasons: the Braves/Clippers franchise from 1977 to 1991.

Of the 17 franchises that have won an NBA championship, 9 have droughts of 31 seasons or more, which is to say that the past 31 championships have been shared among only 8 franchises: the Lakers (8), the Bulls (6), the Spurs (5), the Celtics (3), the Pistons (3), the Heat (3), the Rockets (2), and the Mavericks (1). By contrast, the other three major North American sports have each had at least 13 franchises become champions over the same period of time.[1][2][3] Similarly, the past 32 championships have been shared among only 9 franchises: the eight listed above, and the 76ers.

Active droughts[edit]

NBA Playoffs appearance droughts[edit]

Appearance droughts up to 2014 Playoffs.
Playoff picture at NBA.com[4]
^ Longest drought in team history
Tied for longest drought in team history
Seasons Team Last appearance
in NBA Playoffs
Reference
10 Minnesota Timberwolves^ 2004 [5]
8 Sacramento Kings 2006 [6]
5 Detroit Pistons 2009 [7]
4 Phoenix Suns 2010 [8]
4 Cleveland Cavaliers 2010 [9]
3 New Orleans Pelicans 2011 [10]
2 Orlando Magic 2012 [11]
2 Philadelphia 76ers 2012 [12]
2 Utah Jazz 2012 [13]
1 Milwaukee Bucks 2013 [14]
1 Los Angeles Lakers 2013 [15]
1 Denver Nuggets 2013 [16]
1 Boston Celtics 2013 [17]
1 New York Knicks 2013 [18]
2014 Playoff teams
Indiana Pacers #1 Eastern Conference [19]
Miami Heat #2 Eastern Conference [20]
Toronto Raptors #3 Eastern Conference [21]
Chicago Bulls #4 Eastern Conference [22]
Washington Wizards #5 Eastern Conference [23]
Brooklyn Nets #6 Eastern Conference [24]
Charlotte Hornets[A] #7 Eastern Conference [25]
Atlanta Hawks #8 Eastern Conference [26]
San Antonio Spurs #1 Western Conference [27]
Oklahoma City Thunder #2 Western Conference [28]
Los Angeles Clippers #3 Western Conference [29]
Houston Rockets #4 Western Conference [30]
Portland Trail Blazers #5 Western Conference [31]
Golden State Warriors #6 Western Conference [32]
Memphis Grizzlies #7 Western Conference [33]
Dallas Mavericks #8 Western Conference [34]
  • A The Charlotte Hornets last earned a playoff berth in the 2014 NBA Playoffs as the Charlotte Bobcats.

NBA Playoffs series win droughts[edit]

Series win droughts updated through 2014 playoffs.
Playoff picture at NBA.com[4]
^ Longest drought in team history
Tied for longest drought in team history
Team Last series win
in NBA Playoffs
Seasons Subsequent First Round
series losses
Ref
Toronto Raptors ^ 2001 Eastern First Round 13 004 : 2002, 2007, 2008, 2014 [21]
Milwaukee Bucks ^ 2001 Eastern Semifinals 13 005 : 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2013 [14]
Charlotte Hornets ^ * 2002 Eastern First Round 10 002 : 2010, 2014 [25]
Sacramento Kings 2004 Western First Round 10 002 : 2005, 2006 [6]
Minnesota Timberwolves 2004 Western Semifinals 10 000 : [5]
New Orleans Pelicans ^ 2008 Western First Round 6 002 : 2009, 2011 [10]
Detroit Pistons 2008 Eastern Semifinals 6 001 : 2009 [7]
Houston Rockets 2009 Western First Round 5 002 : 2013, 2014 [30]
Denver Nuggets 2009 Western Semifinals 5 004 : 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 [16]
Cleveland Cavaliers 2010 Eastern First Round 4 000 : [9]
Utah Jazz 2010 Western First Round 4 001 : 2012 [13]
Orlando Magic 2010 Eastern Semifinals 4 002 : 2011, 2012 [11]
Phoenix Suns 2010 Western Semifinals 4 000 : [8]
Dallas Mavericks 2011 Finals 3 002 : 2012, 2014 [34]
Atlanta Hawks 2011 Eastern First Round 3 003 : 2012, 2013, 2014 [26]
Philadelphia 76ers 2012 Eastern First Round 2 000 : [12]
Los Angeles Lakers 2012 Western First Round 2 001 : 2013 [15]
Boston Celtics 2012 Eastern Semifinals 2 001 : 2013 [17]
New York Knicks 2013 Eastern First Round 1 000 : [18]
Chicago Bulls 2013 Eastern First Round 1 001 : 2014 [22]
Memphis Grizzlies 2013 Western First Round 1 001 : 2014 [33]
Golden State Warriors 2013 Western First Round 1 001 : 2014 [32]
2014 Playoff Series Winners
Washington Wizards 2014 Eastern First Round -1 [23]
Brooklyn Nets 2014 Eastern First Round -1 [24]
Indiana Pacers 2014 Eastern Semifinals -1 [19]
Miami Heat 2014 Eastern Finals -1 [20]
Los Angeles Clippers 2014 Western First Round -1 [29]
Portland Trail Blazers 2014 Western First Round -1 [31]
Oklahoma City Thunder 2014 Western Semifinals -1 [28]
San Antonio Spurs 2014 Finals -1 [27]
  • The Charlotte Hornets last won an NBA Playoffs series in 2002, as the original incarnation of the franchise before the original franchise moved to New Orleans for the 2002–03 season. The current incarnation of the franchise, formerly known as the Charlotte Bobcats, never won an NBA Playoffs series. The team was inactive for 2 years following the 2001–02 season.

NBA Conference Finals appearance droughts[edit]

Conference Finals Appearance droughts up to 2014 playoffs.
^ Longest drought in team history
Tied for longest drought in team history
Seasons Team Last appearance
in Conference Finals
Result Reference
44 Atlanta Hawks ^ Never † [26]
44 Los Angeles Clippers ^ Never † [29]
38 Golden State Warriors ^ 1976 Lost vs. Phoenix [32]
35 Washington Wizards ^[e] 1979 Won vs. San Antonio [23]
24 Charlotte Hornets ^ Never [f] [25]
19 Toronto Raptors ^ Never [i] [21]
17 Houston Rockets ^ 1997 Lost vs. Utah [30]
14 Portland Trail Blazers ^ 2000 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [31]
14 New York Knicks 2000 Lost vs. Indiana [18]
13 Milwaukee Bucks 2001 Lost vs. Phil0Lost vs. Philadelphia0 [14]
13 Philadelphia 76ers 2001 Won vs. Milwaukee [12]
12 Sacramento Kings 2002 Lost vs. L. A. Lakers [6]
12 New Orleans Pelicans ^ Never [j] [10]
11 Brooklyn Nets [k] 2003 Won vs. Detroit [24]
10 Minnesota Timberwolves 2004 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [5]
7 Utah Jazz 2007 Lost vs. San Antonio [13]
6 Detroit Pistons 2008 Lost vs. Boston [7]
5 Denver Nuggets 2009 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [16]
5 Cleveland Cavaliers 2009 Lost vs. Orlando [9]
4 Orlando Magic 2010 Lost vs. Boston [11]
4 Phoenix Suns 2010 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [8]
4 Los Angeles Lakers 2010 Won vs. Phoenix [15]
3 Chicago Bulls 2011 Lost vs. Miami [22]
3 Dallas Mavericks 2011 Won vs. Oklahoma0Won vs. Oklahoma City0 [34]
2 Boston Celtics 2012 Lost vs. Miami [17]
1 Memphis Grizzlies 2013 Lost vs. San Antonio [33]
.5 Z2014 Conference Finalists 2014
.75 Miami Heat 2014 Won vs. Indiana [20]
.75 Indiana Pacers 2014 Lost vs. Miami [19]
.75 San Antonio Spurs 2014 Won vs. Oklahoma City [27]
.75 Oklahoma City Thunder 2014 Lost vs. San Antonio [28]

† These NBA teams have never been to the Conference Finals since they began in the 1970-71 season.

NBA Finals appearance droughts[edit]

Appearance droughts up to 2014 playoffs.
Seasons Team Last appearance
in NBA Finals
Result Reference
63 Sacramento Kings[a] 1951 Won vs. New York [6]
53 Atlanta Hawks[b] 1961 Lost vs. Boston [26]
44 Los Angeles Clippers Never[c] [29]
40 Milwaukee Bucks 1974 Lost vs. Boston [14]
39 Golden State Warriors 1975 Won vs. Washington [32]
38 Denver Nuggets Never[d] [16]
35 Washington Wizards[e] 1979 Lost vs. Seattle [23]
25 Minnesota Timberwolves Never[g] [5]
24 Charlotte Hornets Never[f] [25]
22 Portland Trail Blazers 1992 Lost vs. Chicago [31]
21 Phoenix Suns 1993 Lost vs. Chicago [8]
19 Toronto Raptors Never[i] [21]
19 Houston Rockets 1995 Won vs. Orlando [30]
19 Memphis Grizzlies Never[h] [33]
16 Utah Jazz 1998 Lost vs. Chicago [13]
16 Chicago Bulls 1998 Won vs. Utah [22]
15 New York Knicks 1999 Lost vs. San Antonio [18]
14 Indiana Pacers 2000 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [19]
13 Philadelphia 76ers 2001 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [12]
12 New Orleans Pelicans Never[j] [10]
11 Brooklyn Nets[k] 2003 Lost vs. San Antonio [24]
9 Detroit Pistons 2005 Lost vs. San Antonio [7]
7 Cleveland Cavaliers 2007 Lost vs. San Antonio [9]
5 Orlando Magic 2009 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [11]
4 Boston Celtics 2010 Lost vs. L.A. Lakers [17]
4 Los Angeles Lakers 2010 Won vs. Boston [15]
3 Dallas Mavericks 2011 Won vs. Miami [34]
2 Oklahoma City Thunder 2012 Lost vs. Miami [28]
.5 Z2014 Finalists 2014
.45 Miami Heat 2014.5 Eastern Champion Lost vs. San Antonio [20]
.45 San Antonio Spurs 2014.5Western Champion Won vs. Miami [27]
  • a The Sacramento Kings last appeared in the 1951 NBA Finals as the Rochester Royals.
  • b The Atlanta Hawks last appeared in the 1961 NBA Finals as the St. Louis Hawks.
  • c The Los Angeles Clippers have never appeared in an NBA Finals since it entered the league in the 1970–71 season.
  • d The Denver Nuggets have never appeared in an NBA Finals since it entered the league in the 1976–77 season.
  • e The Washington Wizards last appeared in the 1979 Conference Finals and NBA Finals as the Washington Bullets.
  • f Neither the original incarnation of the Charlotte Hornets, who existed from the 1988–89 season until the 2001–02 season, nor the current incarnation of the Charlotte Hornets, who have existed since the 2004–05 season, have ever appeared in an NBA Conference Finals.
  • g The Minnesota Timberwolves have never appeared in an NBA Finals since it entered the league in the 1989–90 season.
  • h The Memphis Grizzlies have never appeared in an NBA Finals since it entered the league in the 1995–96 season.
  • i The Toronto Raptors have never appeared in an NBA Conference Finals since it entered the league in the 1995–96 season.
  • j The New Orleans Pelicans have never appeared in an NBA Conference Finals since it entered the league in the 2002–03 season.
  • k The Brooklyn Nets last appeared in the 2003 Conference Finals and NBA Finals as the New Jersey Nets.

NBA championship title droughts[edit]

Win droughts up to 2014 playoffs.
Seasons Team Last NBA championship Reference
63 Sacramento Kings[a] 1951 [6]
56 Atlanta Hawks[b] 1958 [26]
46 Phoenix Suns Never[c] [8]
44 Cleveland Cavaliers Never[d] [9]
44 Los Angeles Clippers Never[e] [29]
43 Milwaukee Bucks 1971 [14]
41 New York Knicks 1973 [18]
40 Utah Jazz Never[f] [13]
39 Golden State Warriors 1975 [32]
38 Denver Nuggets Never[g] [16]
38 Brooklyn Nets Never[i] [24]
38 Indiana Pacers Never[h] [19]
37 Portland Trail Blazers 1977 [31]
36 Washington Wizards[j] 1978 [23]
35 Oklahoma City Thunder[k] 1979 [28]
31 Philadelphia 76ers 1983 [12]
25 Orlando Magic Never[l] [11]
25 Minnesota Timberwolves Never[m] [5]
24 Charlotte Hornets Never[n] [25]
19 Houston Rockets 1995 [30]
19 Memphis Grizzlies Never[o] [33]
19 Toronto Raptors Never[p] [21]
16 Chicago Bulls 1998 [22]
12 New Orleans Pelicans Never[q] [10]
10 Detroit Pistons 2004 [7]
6 Boston Celtics 2008 [17]
4 Los Angeles Lakers 2010 [15]
3 Dallas Mavericks 2011 [34]
1 Miami Heat 2013 [20]
.25 SamDefending 2013.5 NBA champion
.5 San Antonio Spurs 2014 [27]
  • a The Sacramento Kings last won an NBA championship in 1951 as the Rochester Royals.
  • b The Atlanta Hawks last won an NBA championship in 1958 as the St. Louis Hawks.
  • c The Phoenix Suns have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1968–69 season.
  • d The Cleveland Cavaliers have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1970–71 season.
  • e The Los Angeles Clippers have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1970–71 season.
  • f The Utah Jazz has never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1974–75 season.
  • g The Denver Nuggets have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1976–77 season.
  • h The Indiana Pacers have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1976–77 season.
  • i The Brooklyn Nets have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1976–77 season.
  • j The Washington Wizards last won an NBA championship in 1978 as the Washington Bullets.
  • k The Oklahoma City Thunder last won an NBA championship in 1979 as the Seattle SuperSonics.
  • l The Orlando Magic have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1989–90 season.
  • m The Minnesota Timberwolves have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1989–90 season.
  • n Neither the original incarnation of the Charlotte Hornets, who existed from the 1988–89 season until the 2001–02 season, nor the current incarnation of the Charlotte Hornets, who have existed since the 2004–05 season, have ever won an NBA championship.
  • o The Memphis Grizzlies have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1995–96 season.
  • p The Toronto Raptors have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 1995–96 season.
  • q The New Orleans Pelicans have never won an NBA championship since it entered the league in the 2002–03 season.

All-time droughts[edit]

Longest post-season droughts in team history[edit]

Updated through 2014 playoffs.
0^0 Denotes active streak
Team Longest streak with
no post-season appearances
Seasons Longest streak with
no post-season series wins
Seasons
Los Angeles Clippers 1976–77 thru 1990–91 15 1976–77 thru 2004–05 29
Golden State Warriors 1994–95 thru 2005–06 12 1991–92 thru 2005–06 15
Dallas Mavericks 1990–91 thru 1999–2000 10 1988–89 thru 1999–2000 12
Minnesota Timberwolves ^ 2004–05 thru 2013–14 10 1989–90 thru 2002–03 14
Utah Jazz 1974–75 thru 1982–83 9 1974–75 thru 1982–83 9
Sacramento Kings 1986–87 thru 1994–95 9 1981–82 thru 1999–2000 19
Washington Wizards 1988-89 thru 1995–96 8 1982–83 thru 2003–04 22
Memphis Grizzlies 1995–96 thru 2002–03 8 1995–96 thru 2009–10 15
Denver Nuggets 1995–96 thru 2002–03 8 1994–95 thru 2007–08 14
Atlanta Hawks 1999–2000 thru 2006–07 8 1999–2000 thru 2007–08 9
New York Knicks 1959–60 thru 1965–66 7 1953–54 thru 1967–68 15
Oklahoma City Thunder 1967–68 thru 1973–74 7 1967–68 thru 1973–74 7
Philadelphia 76ers 1991–92 thru 1997–98 7 1968–69 thru 1975–76 &
2003–04 thru 2010–11
8
Milwaukee Bucks ^ 1991–92 thru 1997–98 7 2001–02 thru 2013–14 13
Cleveland Cavaliers 1998–99 thru 2004–05 7 1976–77 thru 1990–91 15
Portland Trail Blazers 1970–71 thru 1975–76 6 2000–01 thru 2012–13 13
Detroit Pistons 1977–78 thru 1982–83 6 1962–63 thru 1974–75 13
Boston Celtics 1995–96 thru 2000–01 6 1992–93 thru 2000–01 9
Chicago Bulls 1998–99 thru 2003–04 6 1998–99 thru 2005–06 8
Houston Rockets 1969–70 thru 1973–74 5 1997–98 thru 2007–08 11
Phoenix Suns 1970–71 thru 1974–75 5 1968–69 thru 1974–75 7
Indiana Pacers 1981–82 thru 1985–86 5 1976–77 thru 1992–93 17
Brooklyn Nets 1986–87 thru 1990–91 &
2007–08 thru 2011–12
5 1984–85 thru 2000–01 17
Charlotte Hornets ^ 2004–05 thru 2008–09 5 2004–05 thru 2013–14 10
Toronto Raptors ^ 2008–09 thru 2012–13 5 2001–02 thru 2013–14 13
Orlando Magic 1989–90 thru 1992–93 4 1996–97 thru 2006–07 11
Miami Heat 1988–89 thru 1990–91 3 1988–89 thru 1995–96 8
New Orleans Pelicans ^ 2004–05 thru 2006–07 & 3 2008–09 thru 2013–14 6
2011–12 thru 2013–14
Los Angeles Lakers 1974–75 thru 1975–76 2 1973–74 thru 1975–76 &
1991–92 thru 1993–94 &
2004–05 thru 2006–07
3
San Antonio Spurs 1983–84;
1986–87;
1988–89;
1996–97
1 1983–84 thru 1988–89 6

NBA Playoffs appearance droughts[edit]

Appearance droughts up to and including the 2014 NBA Playoffs
^ Denotes active streak
Streak Team NBA Playoffs
appearance droughts
Reference
15 seasons Los Angeles Clippers[a] 19771991 [29]
12 seasons Golden State Warriors 19952006 [32]
10 seasons Dallas Mavericks 19912000 [34]
10 seasons Minnesota TimberwolvesMinnesota Timberwolves 20052014 [5]
9 seasons Utah Jazz[b] 19751983 [13]
9 seasons Golden State Warriors 19781986 [32]
9 seasons Sacramento Kings 19871995 [6]
8 seasons Washington Bullets 19891996 [23]
8 seasons Denver Nuggets 19962003 [16]
8 seasons Memphis Grizzlies[c] 19962003 [33]
8 seasons Los Angeles Clippers 19982005 [29]
8 seasons Atlanta Hawks 20002007 [26]
8 seasons Sacramento Kings 20072014 [6]
  • a Streak included Buffalo Braves 1977–78 seasons, and San Diego Clippers 1979–84 seasons.
  • b Streak included New Orleans Jazz 1975–79 seasons.
  • c Streak included Vancouver Grizzlies 1996–2001 seasons.

Cities awaiting their first NBA championship[edit]

This list includes cities with current NBA franchises which have never won an NBA championship, sorted by the number of seasons the city was represented in the NBA.

Win droughts updated through the 2014 playoffs.
Last city to leave list - Dallas 2011
City Drought Franchise(s) (seasons played) NBA Finals
appearance
Phoenix, Arizona 46 seasons Phoenix Suns (19682014) 1976, 1993
Cleveland, Ohio 46 seasons Cleveland Rebels (1946–1947)
Cleveland Cavaliers (19702014)
2007
Atlanta, Georgia 46 seasons Atlanta Hawks (19682014)
Indianapolis, Indiana 43 seasons Indianapolis Jets (1948–1949)
Indianapolis Olympians (19491953)
Indiana Pacers (19762014)
2000
Denver, Colorado 41 seasons Denver Nuggets (original) (1949–1950)
Denver Nuggets (19762014)
Salt Lake City, Utah 35 seasons Utah Jazz (19792014) 1997, 1998
Sacramento, California 29 seasons Sacramento Kings (19852014)
Orlando, Florida 26 seasons Orlando Magic (19892014) 1995, 2009
Charlotte, North Carolina 24 seasons Charlotte Hornets (original) (19882002)
Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets (20042014)
Toronto, Ontario 21 seasons Toronto Huskies (1946–1947)
Toronto Raptors (19952014)
New Orleans, Louisiana 18 seasons New Orleans Jazz (19741979)
New Orleans Hornets/Pelicans (20022014)
Memphis, Tennessee 13 seasons Memphis Grizzlies (20012014)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 8 seasons New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets (20052007)
Oklahoma City Thunder (20082014)
2012

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