The playoffs are done for some teams. Although they have gained supremacy and dominance for many decades, the Philadelphia 76ers, Boston Celtics, and Los Angeles Lakers have been noted to lose the dominance that they have gained for many seasons.
In the 1980s, perhaps the Golden Age of the modern NBA, they were the gold standard, the Philadelphia 76ers, the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers, reports NBA.
These three traditional franchises accounted for most of the must-see games and during that decade, the Celtics, Lakers and Sixers won nine titles, accounted for eight of the league's MVPs and sent scores of players to the All-Star Game, according to the same post.
For A-stars such as Julius Erving, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish, Robert Parish, Bill Walton, Moses Malone and James Worthy, these names have marked their legacy in made the roster of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History and Michael Jordan was perchance accountable for the league's success.
On a different note, in a former post from Jobs & Hire, it has been noted that these big time players have not only dominated the NBA but has dominated the world of commerce as well, and one noted example is Johnson.
Although Philadelphia 76ers, Boston Celtics, and Los Angeles Lakers Loses have lost the game, their legacy will always resonate through time. Even now, these teams are busy preparing for the draft and maybe at that significant moment in time, positive future awaits when the Draft Lottery is staged.