The Phoenix Suns entered the in the 1968–69 season. Prior to 1976, they only made the playoffs once, losing to the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round of the 1970 Playoffs. Before that Suns lost a coin flip to the Milwaukee Bucks that determined the fate of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's new team prior to the 1969 Draft. They ultimately selected Neal Walk, who became a bust. They redeemed themselves in the 1975 Draft by selecting Alvan Adams fourth overall.
With Adams fortifying the center position, and with new addition Paul Westphal and Dick Van Arsdale providing the scoring punch, the Suns reached the playoffs for only the second time, finishing with 42 wins. The Suns defeated the Seattle SuperSonics in six games of the conference semifinals, before achieving a major upset in dethroning the previous year's champions the Golden State Warriors in seven games. The Suns made it to their first Finals.
The Boston Celtics were seeking to make up for the lost opportunity they squandered in the 1975 Playoffs. That year, they finished with 60 wins, but lost to the Washington Bullets in the conference finals. They kept the core of the team that won the 1974 Finals, but made some tweaks, such as the trade of Westphal to Phoenix for Charlie Scott. The Celtics won 54 games in the 1975–76 season, then defeated the Buffalo Braves and the "Miracle of Richfield" Cleveland Cavaliers in six games each to reach their 13th Finals.
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