The LA Lakers won three consecutive overtime games from February 6th-10th, 2021, beating the Pistons, the Thunder, and the Thunder again.
How many times since the 1976 merger has an NBA team won three or more consecutive games in overtime?
Sports Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for participants in team and individual sport activities. It only takes a minute to sign up.Sign up to join this community
The only time I could find after 2000 was the 2007 Minnesota Timberwolves, Featuring Kevin Garnett, who won three overtime games in a row Jan. 3 through Jan. 7, against San Antonio (Featuring Tim Duncan), Philadelphia (Featuring Allan Iverson), and Houston (Featuring Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady).
Going further back, I see the 1987 Phoenix Suns, Featuring Larry Nance, who more impressively won three OT games in four nights, April 4-7, 1987, against the Clippers, Mavericks, and (then-Seattle) Supersonics. (None of which were really very good or had any major stars that I recall, though the Mavericks and the Supersonics made the playoffs, and the 'Sonics did go to the Western Finals before running into Magic and Company. I guess Dale Ellis and Nate McMillan were good enough?)
I'm a bit less confident in the older years, as BBRef standings do seem to change a bit, but this seems to be comprehensive from the 1970-2021 period from what my scraping could tell. I think if you have a subscription to whatever it is that underlies Basketball Reference nowadays, you could run this search directly.
I put some code here, though I didn't really come up with a good way to get 3 in a row - instead I identified 2 in a row consistently, and just checked on those. 2 in a row was pretty rare before the last few years for some reason, so it was easy enough to just check all of them.