|Dates||March 22–May 2, 1968|
|Champions||Boston Celtics (10th title)|
|Runners-up||Los Angeles Lakers (11th finals appearance)|
The 1968 NBA Playoffs was the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association's 1967-68 season. The tournament concluded with the Eastern Division champion Boston Celtics defeating the Western Division champion Los Angeles Lakers 4 games to 2 in the NBA Finals.
In the Eastern Division Finals, the Celtics became the first team in NBA history to rally from a 3-1 series deficit to win, as they knocked off the defending champion 76ers in 7. In the West, the Lakers swept the Warriors in 4 games.
|Division Semifinals||Division Finals||NBA Finals|
Champion: Los Angeles Lakers
Last Playoff Meeting: 1967 Western Division Finals (San Francisco won 4-2)
This is the first playoff meeting between the Lakers and Bulls.
Last Playoff Meeting: 1967 Western Division Semifinals (San Francisco won 3-0)
Champion: Boston Celtics
Last Playoff Meeting: 1959 Eastern Division Semifinals (Syracuse, the predecessor to Philadelphia, won 3-2)
This is the first playoff meeting between the Celtics and the Pistons.
Last Playoff Meeting: 1967 Eastern Division Finals (Philadelphia won 4-1)
Last Playoff Meeting: 1966 NBA Finals (Boston won 4-3)
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