Hoop Magazine

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Hoop Magazine is the official magazine of the National Basketball Association. Publication began in 1971 and for many years Hoop was the de facto game program for many of the league's teams. This included the regular season, playoffs, and even the NBA Finals. More recently Hoop has become a standalone publication while many teams have returned to their own localized game programs.

This article lists issues of Hoop by year and cover subject.

Season Cover Subject
1974-75 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar • Jim Brewer • Phil Chenier • Billy Cunningham • John Havlicek • Calvin Murphy • Bill Walton • Jo Jo White
1976-77 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar • Elvin Hayes • Pete Maravich • regular season • postseason
1977-78 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar • Dave Cowens
1978-79 Artis Gilmore • playoffs
1979-80 Campy Russell • regular season
1980-81 Julius Erving • playoffs
1981-82 Jack Sikma • NBA Finals
1982-83 Julius Erving
1983-84 playoffs
1985-86 Sam Perkins • playoffs
1986-87 Moses Malone • playoffs
1987-88 Magic Johnson • Buck Williams
1988-89 Isiah Thomas • regular season
1989-90 Michael Jordan
1990-91 Jerry Sloan • playoffs
1991-92 Charles Barkley • playoffs
1992-93 playoffs
1993-94 NBA Finals
1994-95 Derrick Coleman
1995-96 Hakeem Olajuwon
1999-2000 Shaquille O'Neal
National Basketball Association (2020-21)
Eastern Conference Atlantic Central Southeast
Boston Celtics (TD Garden)
Brooklyn Nets (Barclays Center)
New York Knicks (Madison Square Garden)
Philadelphia 76ers (Wells Fargo Center)
Toronto Raptors (Scotiabank Arena)
Chicago Bulls (United Center)
Cleveland Cavaliers (Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse)
Detroit Pistons (Little Caesars Arena)
Indiana Pacers (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)
Milwaukee Bucks (Fiserv Forum)
Atlanta Hawks (State Farm Arena)
Charlotte Hornets (Spectrum Center)
Miami Heat (American Airlines Arena)
Orlando Magic (Amway Center)
Washington Wizards (Capital One Arena)
Western Conference Northwest Pacific Southwest
Denver Nuggets (Ball Arena)
Minnesota Timberwolves (Target Center)
Oklahoma City Thunder (Chesapeake Energy Arena)
Portland Trail Blazers (Moda Center)
Utah Jazz (Vivint Smart Home Arena)
Golden State Warriors (Chase Center)
Los Angeles Clippers (Staples Center)
Los Angeles Lakers (Staples Center)
Phoenix Suns (PHX Arena)
Sacramento Kings (Golden 1 Center)
Dallas Mavericks (American Airlines Center)
Houston Rockets (Toyota Center)
Memphis Grizzlies (FedExForum)
New Orleans Pelicans (Smoothie King Center)
San Antonio Spurs (AT&T Center)
Defunct franchises All defunct franchises
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