What was the score of the first NBA game in history?
With the NBA’s 75th anniversary underway this season, the time has come to remind everybody of the first NBA game which was played on November 1st, 1946. The match was played at the Maple Leaf Garden in Toronto as the New York Knicks got the win over the Huskies with 68-66 on the scoreboard.
Who won the first NBA game and what was the score?
The New York Knicks defeated the Toronto Huskies 68-66 in the first NBA game, which was played in Toronto. Any fan taller than Toronto’s 6-8 center George Nostrand got in free. Dick McGuire made his debut for the New York Knicks at the Chicago Stags. The Knicks won in overtime 89-87.
Who won the first NBA game in 1946?
The NBA’s first game was played at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto on November 1, 1946. The New York Knickerbockers defeated the Toronto Huskies 68–66 at Maple Leaf Gardens.
Toronto Huskies roster.
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
What is the lowest scoring NBA game of all time?
NBA Lowest-Scoring Record
On November 22, 1950, the Fort Wayne Pistons defeated the reigning champions of the Minneapolis Lakers for 19 to 18, in the match that would go down in history as the game with the lowest-scoring (37 combined points).
Who was the 1st NBA player?
Oscar Benjamin “Ossie” Schectman (May 30, 1919 – July 30, 2013) was an American professional basketball player.
|High school||Samuel J. Tilden (Brooklyn, New York)|
|College||LIU Brooklyn (1938–1941)|
|Position||Shooting guard / Small forward|