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How many players have been to Finals with two different teams? Curious if thatís rare.

LBJ, Shaq, Durant, Salley, Rodman, and Horry come to mind. Is that nearly all or are there A ton more and itís totally common?
This link from 2011 shows there were 32 players (if I counted right) who had won titles with multiple teams at that time, including Kareem, Wilt, and a bunch of Jordan's Bulls teammates. So if we're only talking about making the finals, it's probably pretty common.
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