With a win over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday, the Toronto Raptors became the second team to clinch a berth in the 2020 NBA Playoffs, joining the Milwaukee Bucks.
Toronto has now clinched a spot in the postseason for seven consecutive years, including the 2019-20 season.
Who has the longest active postseason streak in the NBA? Below, find the league's 10 longest active postseason streaks.
|San Antonio Spurs||22||1996-97|
|Golden State Warriors||7||2011-12|
|Portland Trail Blazers||6||2012-13|
|Oklahoma City Thunder||4||2015-16|
Indicates that the number of seasons includes the 2019-20 season.
While Houston appears to be set to make an eighth consecutive appearance, Golden State will miss out on the postseason after an injury-riddled year. San Antonio is still in the mix to extend its league-record streak to 23 seasons but will have to contend with Portland, among other teams.
Check back as teams continue to clinch their berths during the season's stretch run.