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March 09, 1998
The pacers' 124-59 spanking of the Trail Blazers last Friday produced the second-largest margin of victory in NBA history and was the first time a winning team had doubled up the loser. But blowouts aren't rare during a long season. Here are the NBA teams-and their counterparts in baseball and hockey, the other two night-after-night sports-that during the last five seasons have been best at taking their opponents to the woodshed, as well as those that most often have taken a night off.
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March 09, 1998

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The pacers' 124-59 spanking of the Trail Blazers last Friday produced the second-largest margin of victory in NBA history and was the first time a winning team had doubled up the loser. But blowouts aren't rare during a long season. Here are the NBA teams-and their counterparts in baseball and hockey, the other two night-after-night sports-that during the last five seasons have been best at taking their opponents to the woodshed, as well as those that most often have taken a night off.

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