Chicago's 96-54 win over Utah in Game 3 of the NBA Finals established a new league standard for fewest points allowed since the 24-second clock came into use for the 1954-55 season. A look at previous low scores:

REGULAR SEASON

55 - Indiana (March 29, 1998 vs. San Antonio)

57 - Milwaukee (Feb. 27, 1955 vs. Boston)

57 - Philadelphia (Feb. 21, 1996 vs. Miami)

57 - Orlando (Dec. 4, 1996 vs. Cleveland)

PLAYOFFS

64 - Portland (May 5, 1996 vs. Utah)

64 - San Antonio (May 9, 1998 vs. Utah)

64 - Orlando (April 24, 1997 vs. Miami)

67 - Orlando (May 25, 1996 vs. Chicago)

NBA FINALS

71 - Syracuse (April 7, 1955 vs. Fort Wayne)

71 - Houston (May 9, 1981 vs. Boston)

73 - Chicago (June 8, 1997 vs. Utah)

74 - Fort Wayne (April 7, 1955 vs. Syracuse)

NBA FINALS: Greatest margin of victory

42 - Chicago over Utah (June 7, 1998)

35 - Washington over Seattle (June 4, 1978)

34 - Boston over St. Louis (April 2, 1961)

34 - Boston over L.A. Lakers (May 27, 1985)