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The fewest points scored by one team in an NBA game since the 24-second shot
clock was introduced for the 1954-55 season (x-playoff game): 49 -- Chicago vs. Miami, April 10, 1999. 53 -- Denver at Detroit, Nov. 16, 2002. 54 -- x-Utah at Chicago, June 7, 1998. 55 -- Indiana vs. San Antonio, March 29, 1998. 56 -- Toronto at Minnesota, Nov. 1, 2003. 56 -- Miami vs. Utah, Dec. 18, 2001. 56 -- Miami at Charlotte, Dec. 20, 2000. 56 -- Utah at Seattle, Feb. 16, 1999. 57 -- Cleveland @ Los Angeles L Jan. 11, 2011 57 -- Orlando vs. Cleveland, Dec. 4, 1996. 57 -- Philadelphia vs. Miami, Feb. 21, 1996. 57 -- Milwaukee vs. Boston, Providence, R.I., Feb. 27, 1955. 59 -- Orlando vs Chicago, Mar. 19, 2012 59 -- Charlotte @ Boston, Oct. 28,2009 59 -- New York @ Boston, Nov. 29, 2007 59 -- Portland at Indiana, Feb. 27, 1998. 59 -- Cleveland at San Antonio, March 25, 1997. 59 -- Sacramento at Charlotte, Jan. 10, 1991. 60 -- Utah vs Indiana, Nov. 30,2005 61 -- Indiana at Cleveland, March 22, 1994. 61 -- New York at Detroit, April 12, 1992. 61 -- New York at Detroit, Jan. 29,2005. 62 -- Utah vs New York, Nov. 14, 2005

Fewest points before the shot clock 18 -- Minneapolis vs Fort Wayne Fewest points in a playoff game 54 -- Utah at Chicago June 7, 1998 64 -- Portland at Utah 1996 64 -- Utah at San Antonio 1998 69 -- Houston at Utah April 25, 2007 69 -- Chicago at Detroit May 5, 2007 + Team won game. What Happened to the Phoenix Suns?