The NBA season is over. The San Antonio Spurs are the new champions after drubbing the Miami Heat in a 4-1 Finals victory.
In the process, they set a new NBA record for scoring differential in the Finals, outscoring the Heat by 70 total points in five games. They also set new Finals records for field-goal percentage, (.528) effective field-goal percentage (.604) and true shooting percentage (.635).*
Congratulations to the Spurs for their historic performance.
We’ve been recognizing the postseason’s best performer’s each week, but with the playoffs over, we’re going to make this final edition span the whole playoffs.
In determining the selectees, I included both conventional and advanced stats. Winning was also factored in. The deeper a player’s team went, the more credit for excellence they received.
With that, here is your 2014 All-NBA Playoff team.
Stats for this article came from Basketball-Reference.com and NBA.com/STATS. If they can’t be accessed directly from those two links (for some on the NBA.com page, you need to select “Advanced Stats” in the top left selector) direct links are provided, though they still come from those two sites.
*At times, I had to do the math myself (with help from Excel). In such cases, I provided the link from which I got the data to calculate.