2009-10 NBA season
|Duration:|| October 27, 2009|
to April 14, 2010
|TV Partners:||ESPN, ABC, TNT, NBA TV|
|Top Draft pick:||Blake Griffin (Oklahoma)|
|Drafted by:||Los Angeles Clippers|
|Season MVP:||LeBron James|
|Top Scorer:||Kevin Durant|
|Eastern Champion:||Boston Celtics|
|Runner up:||Orlando Magic|
|Western Champion:||Los Angeles Lakers|
|Runner up:||Phoenix Suns|
|Champion:||Los Angeles Lakers|
|Runner up:||Boston Celtics|
|Finals MVP:||Kobe Bryant (LAL)|
|2008-09 NBA season|
|2009-10 NBA season|
2009-10 NBA season is the 64th season of the National Basketball Association consisting of 82 games for each of the 30 teams. The season began on October 27, 2009 and ends April 14, 2010. The 2009 NBA Draft was held on June 25, 2009, Blake Griffin was the first overall draft pick Los Angeles Clippers. The 2010 NBA All-Star Game will be held on February 14, 2010 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
- On June 23, 2009, San Antonio, Milwaukee and Detroit agreed to a three-team four-player trade that sent forward Richard Jefferson to San Antonio.<ref>Template:Cite web</ref>
- On June 25, 2009, Minnesota traded guards Randy Foye and Mike Miller to Washington Wizards for forwards Etan Thomas, Darius Songaila, Oleksiy Pecherov and the fifth pick in the 2009 NBA Draft which was later used to select guard Ricky Rubio.<ref>Template:Cite web</ref>
- On June 25, 2009, Phoenix traded center Shaquille O'Neal to Cleveland for guard Sasha Pavlović, center Ben Wallace, a 2010 second-round pick and $500,000.<ref>Template:Cite web</ref>
- On June 25, 2009, New Jersey traded guard Vince Carter and forward Ryan Anderson to Orlando for guards Rafer Alston and Courtney Lee and center Tony Battie.<ref>Template:Cite web</ref>
- On July 9, 2009, Orlando, Dallas, Memphis and Toronto agreed to a four-team eight-player trade that sent forward Shawn Marion to Dallas and forward Hedo Türkoğlu to Toronto.<ref>Template:Cite web</ref>
- On July 28, 2009, Charlotte traded center Emeka Okafor to New Orleans for center Tyson Chandler.<ref>Template:Cite web</ref>
- Atlanta signed forward Joe Smith.
- Boston signed forward Rasheed Wallace and guard-forward Marquis Daniels.
- Chicago signed guard Jannero Pargo
- Cleveland signed guard Anthony Parker, and forwards Jamario Moon and Leon Powe.
- Dallas signed forwards Drew Gooden and Tim Thomas.
- Detroit signed guard Ben Gordon, forward Charlie Villanueva and forward–center Ben Wallace.
- Houston signed forward Trevor Ariza.
- Indiana signed guards Earl Watson and Dahntay Jones.
- L.A. Lakers signed forward Ron Artest.
- Memphis signed guard Allen Iverson.
- Milwaukee signed forward Hakim Warrick.
- Minnesota signed guards Sasha Pavlović and Ramon Sessions.
- Orlando signed forward Brandon Bass, guard–forward Matt Barnes, and guard Jason Williams.
- Philadelphia signed center Primož Brezec.
- Phoenix signed forward–center Channing Frye.
- Portland signed guard Andre Miller and forward Juwan Howard.
- Sacramento signed guard–forward Desmond Mason and forward Sean May.
- San Antonio signed forward Antonio McDyess and forward–center Theo Ratliff.
- Toronto signed guard Jarrett Jack.
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- Atlanta re-signed guard Mike Bibby, center Zaza Pachulia, and forward Marvin Williams.
- Boston re-signed forward Glen Davis.
- Charlotte re-signed guard Raymond Felton.
- Cleveland re-signed center–forward Anderson Varejão.
- Dallas re-signed guard Jason Kidd.
- Denver re-signed forward–center Chris Andersen.
- L.A. Lakers re-signed forward Lamar Odom.
- Miami re-signed center Jamaal Magloire.
- New York re-signed forward center-forward David Lee and guard Nate Robinson.
- Phoenix re-signed guard–forward Grant Hill.
- Utah re-signed forward–center Paul Millsap.
|Team||2008–09 coach||2009–10 coach|
|Washington Wizards||Ed Tapscott||Flip Saunders|
|Sacramento Kings||Kenny Natt||Paul Westphal|
|Philadelphia 76ers||Tony DiLeo||Eddie Jordan|
|Minnesota Timberwolves||Kevin McHale||Kurt Rambis|
|Detroit Pistons||Michael Curry||John Kuester|