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Eastern Conference (NBA)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eastern Conference
Eastern Conference (NBA) logo 2018.png
LeagueNational Basketball Association
SportBasketball
FormerlyEastern Division (1946–1970)
Founded1970
Teams
No. of teams15
Championships
Most recent Eastern Conference champion(s)Cleveland Cavaliers 
(5th title)
Most Eastern Conference titlesBoston Celtics
(21 titles)

The Eastern Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA) is one of two conferences that makes up the league, the other being the Western Conference. Like the Western Conference, the Eastern Conference is made up of 15 teams, organized in three divisions.

The current divisional alignment was adopted at the start of the 2004–05 season, when the now Charlotte Hornets began play as the NBA's 30th franchise. This necessitated the move of the New Orleans Pelicans from the Eastern Conference's Central Division to the newly created Southwest Division of the Western Conference.

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Contents

Current standings

Eastern Conference
# Team W L PCT GB GP
1 Milwaukee Bucks * 35 12 .745 47
2 Toronto Raptors * 36 15 .706 1.0 51
3 Indiana Pacers 32 16 .667 3.5 48
4 Philadelphia 76ers 32 18 .640 4.5 50
5 Boston Celtics 30 19 .612 6.0 49
6 Brooklyn Nets 27 23 .540 9.5 50
7 Miami Heat * 23 24 .489 12.0 47
8 Charlotte Hornets 23 25 .479 12.5 48
9 Detroit Pistons 21 27 .438 14.5 48
10 Washington Wizards 21 27 .438 14.5 48
11 Orlando Magic 20 29 .408 16.0 49
12 Atlanta Hawks 15 33 .313 20.5 48
13 Chicago Bulls 11 38 .224 25.0 49
14 New York Knicks 10 37 .213 25.0 47
15 Cleveland Cavaliers 9 41 .180 27.5 50

Notes

  • z – Clinched home court advantage for the entire playoffs
  • c – Clinched home court advantage for the conference playoffs
  • y – Clinched division title
  • x – Clinched playoff spot
  • * – Division leader

Teams

Team Division Location Year From
Joined
Atlanta Hawks Southeast Atlanta, Georgia 1968–present Western Division
Boston Celtics Atlantic Boston, Massachusetts 1946–present
Brooklyn Nets Atlantic Brooklyn, New York 1976–present ABAdouble-dagger
Charlotte Hornets Southeast Charlotte, North Carolina 19882002; 2004–present  —dagger
Chicago Bulls Central Chicago, Illinois 1980–present Western Conference
Cleveland Cavaliers Central Cleveland, Ohio 1970–present  —dagger
Detroit Pistons Central Detroit, Michigan 19671970; 1978–present Western Division
Indiana Pacers Central Indianapolis, Indiana 1979–present Western Conference
Miami Heat Southeast Miami, Florida 1989–present Western Conference
Milwaukee Bucks Central Milwaukee, Wisconsin 19681970; 1980–present  —dagger; Western Conference
New York Knicks Atlantic Manhattan, New York 1946–present
Orlando Magic Southeast Orlando, Florida 19891990; 1991–present  —dagger; Western Conference
Philadelphia 76ers Atlantic Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1949–present  —*
Toronto Raptors Atlantic Toronto, Ontario 1995–present  —dagger
Washington Wizards Southeast Washington, D.C. 1966–present Western Division

Former teams

Team Location Year From Year To Current conference
Joined Left
Baltimore Bullets Baltimore, Maryland 1948 Western Division 1954[1] Defunct Defunct
Buffalo Braves (now the Los Angeles Clippers) Buffalo, New York 1970  —dagger 1978 Western Conference Western Conference
Cincinnati Royals (now the Sacramento Kings) Cincinnati, Ohio 1962 Western Division 1972 Western Conference Western Conference
Houston Rockets Houston, Texas 1972 Western Conference 1980 Western Conference Western Conference
New Orleans Jazz (now the Utah Jazz) New Orleans, Louisiana 1974  —dagger 1979 Western Conference Western Conference
New Orleans Hornets (now the New Orleans Pelicans) New Orleans, Louisiana 2002  —dagger 2004 Western Conference Western Conference
Philadelphia Warriors (now the Golden State Warriors) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1946 1962 Western Division Western Conference
Providence Steamrollers Providence, Rhode Island 1946 1949 Defunct Defunct
San Antonio Spurs San Antonio, Texas 1976 ABAdouble-dagger 1980 Western Conference Western Conference
Toronto Huskies Toronto, Ontario 1946 1947 Defunct Defunct
Washington Capitols Washington, D.C. 1946
1948
Western Division 1947
1951[2]
Western Division
Defunct
Defunct
Notes

Team timeline

Denotes team that currently in the conference
Denotes team that has left the conference
New Orleans HornetsToronto RaptorsOrlando MagicMiami HeatCharlotte HornetsChicago BullsIndiana PacersSan Antonio SpursBrooklyn NetsNew Orleans Jazz (NBA team)Houston RocketsCleveland CavaliersBuffalo BravesAtlanta HawksMilwaukee BucksDetroit PistonsWashington WizardsCincinnati RoyalsPhiladelphia 76ersBaltimore Bullets (1944–1954)Washington CapitolsToronto HuskiesProvidence SteamrollersPhiladelphia WarriorsNew York KnicksBoston Celtics

Eastern Conference champions

Eastern Conference was named Eastern Division until 1970
Bold Winning team of the BAA Finals or NBA Finals
^ Had or tied for the best regular season record for that season
Season Team Record Finals result
1946–47 Philadelphia Warriors 35–25 Won BAA Finals 4–1
1947–48 Philadelphia Warriors 27–21 Lost BAA Finals 2–4
1948–49 Washington Capitols 38–22 Lost BAA Finals 2–4
1949–50 Syracuse Nationals 51–13^ Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1950–51 New York Knicks 36–30 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1951–52 New York Knicks 37–29 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1952–53 New York Knicks 47–23 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1953–54 Syracuse Nationals 42–30 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1954–55 Syracuse Nationals 43–29^ Won NBA Finals 4–3
1955–56 Philadelphia Warriors 45–27^ Won NBA Finals 4–1
1956–57 Boston Celtics 44–28^ Won NBA Finals 4–3
1957–58 Boston Celtics 49–23^ Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1958–59 Boston Celtics 52–20^ Won NBA Finals 4–0
1959–60 Boston Celtics 59–16^ Won NBA Finals 4–3
1960–61 Boston Celtics 57–22^ Won NBA Finals 4–1
1961–62 Boston Celtics 60–20^ Won NBA Finals 4–3
1962–63 Boston Celtics 58–22^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1963–64 Boston Celtics 59–21^ Won NBA Finals 4–1
1964–65 Boston Celtics 62–18^ Won NBA Finals 4–1
1965–66 Boston Celtics 54–26 Won NBA Finals 4–3
1966–67 Philadelphia 76ers 68–13^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1967–68 Boston Celtics 54–28 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1968–69 Boston Celtics 48–34 Won NBA Finals 4–3
1969–70 New York Knicks 60–22^ Won NBA Finals 4–3
1970–71 Baltimore Bullets 42–40 Lost NBA Finals 0–4
1971–72 New York Knicks 48–34 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1972–73 New York Knicks 57–25 Won NBA Finals 4–1
1973–74 Boston Celtics 56–26 Won NBA Finals 4–3
1974–75 Washington Bullets 60–22^ Lost NBA Finals 0–4
1975–76 Boston Celtics 54–28 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1976–77 Philadelphia 76ers 50–32 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1977–78 Washington Bullets 44–38 Won NBA Finals 4–3
1978–79 Washington Bullets 54–28^ Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1979–80 Philadelphia 76ers 59–23 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1980–81 Boston Celtics 62–20^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1981–82 Philadelphia 76ers 58–24 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1982–83 Philadelphia 76ers 65–17^ Won NBA Finals 4–0
1983–84 Boston Celtics 62–20^ Won NBA Finals 4–3
1984–85 Boston Celtics 63–19^ Lost NBA Finals 4–2
1985–86 Boston Celtics 67–15^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1986–87 Boston Celtics 59–23 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1987–88 Detroit Pistons 54–28 Lost NBA Finals 4–3
1988–89 Detroit Pistons 63–19^ Won NBA Finals 4–0
1989–90 Detroit Pistons 59–23 Won NBA Finals 4–1
1990–91 Chicago Bulls 61–21 Won NBA Finals 4–1
1991–92 Chicago Bulls 67–15^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1992–93 Chicago Bulls 57–25 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1993–94 New York Knicks 57–25 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1994–95 Orlando Magic 57–25 Lost NBA Finals 0–4
1995–96 Chicago Bulls 72–10^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1996–97 Chicago Bulls 69–13^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1997–98 Chicago Bulls 62–20^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
1998–99 New York Knicks 27–23 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1999–2000 Indiana Pacers 56–26 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
2000–01 Philadelphia 76ers 56–26 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
2001–02 New Jersey Nets 52–30 Lost NBA Finals 0–4
2002–03 New Jersey Nets 49–33 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
2003–04 Detroit Pistons 54–28 Won NBA Finals 4–1
2004–05 Detroit Pistons 54–28 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
2005–06 Miami Heat 52–30 Won NBA Finals 4–2
2006–07 Cleveland Cavaliers 50–32 Lost NBA Finals 0–4
2007–08 Boston Celtics 66–16^ Won NBA Finals 4–2
2008–09 Orlando Magic 59–23 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
2009–10 Boston Celtics 50–32 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
2010–11 Miami Heat 58–24 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
2011–12 Miami Heat 46–20 Won NBA Finals 4–1
2012–13 Miami Heat 66–16^ Won NBA Finals 4–3
2013–14 Miami Heat 54–28 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
2014–15 Cleveland Cavaliers 53–29 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
2015–16 Cleveland Cavaliers 57–25 Won NBA Finals 4–3
2016–17 Cleveland Cavaliers 51–31 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
2017–18 Cleveland Cavaliers 50–32 Lost NBA Finals 0–4

List of Eastern Conference teams with the most conference championships

Season results

Legend
^ Denotes team that won the NBA Finals
+ Denotes team that won the Conference Finals, but lost the NBA Finals
* Denotes team that qualified for the NBA Playoffs
1946–1950 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
1946–47 WAS*
(49–11)
PHI^
(35–25)
NYK*
(33–27)
PRO
(28–32)
BOS
(22–38)
TOR
(22–38)
1947–48 PHI+
(27–21)
NYK*
(26–22)
BOS*
(20–28)
PRO
(6–42)
 —  —
1948–49 WAS+
(38–22)
NYK*
(32–28)
BAL*
(29–31)
PHI*
(28–32)
BOS
(25–35)
PRO
(12–48)
1949–50 SYR+
(51–13)
NYK*
(40–28)
WAS*
(32–36)
PHI*
(26–42)
BAL
(25–43)
BOS
(22–46)
1950–1960 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
1950–51 PHI*
(40–26)
BOS*
(39–30)
NYK+
(36–30)
SYR*
(32–34)
BAL
(24–42)
WAS
(10–25)
1951–52 SYR*
(40–26)
BOS*
(39–27)
NYK+
(37–29)
PHI*
(33–33)
BAL
(20–46)
 —
1952–53 NYK+
(47–23)
SYR*
(47–24)
BOS*
(46–25)
BAL*
(16–54)
PHI
(12–57)
 —
1953–54 NYK*
(44–28)
SYR+
(42–30)
BOS*
(42–30)
PHI
(29–43)
BAL
(16–56)
1954–55 SYR^
(43–29)
NYK*
(38–34)
BOS*
(36–36)
PHI
(33–39)
1955–56 PHI^
(45–27)
BOS*
(39–33)
SYR*
(35–37)
NYK
(35–37)
1956–57 BOS^
(44–28)
SYR*
(38–34)
PHI*
(37–35)
NYK
(36–36)
1957–58 BOS+
(49–23)
SYR*
(41–31)
PHI*
(37–35)
NYK
(35–37)
1958–59 BOS^
(52–20)
NYK*
(40–32)
SYR*
(35–37)
PHI
(32–40)
1959–60 BOS^
(59–16)
PHI*
(49–26)
SYR*
(45–30)
NYK
(27–48)
1960–1970 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
1960–61 BOS^
(57–22)
PHI*
(46–33)
SYR*
(38–41)
NYK
(21–58)
1961–62 BOS^
(60–20)
PHI*
(49–31)
SYR*
(41–39)
NYK
(29–51)
1962–63 BOS^
(58–22)
SYR*
(48–32)
CIN*
(42–38)
NYK
(21–59)
1963–64 BOS^
(59–21)
CIN*
(55–25)
PHI*
(34–46)
NYK
(22–58)
1964–65 BOS^
(62–18)
CIN*
(48–32)
PHI*
(40–40)
NYK
(31–49)
1965–66 PHI*
(55–25)
BOS^
(54–26)
CIN*
(45–35)
NYK
(30–50)
1966–67 PHI^
(68–13)
BOS*
(60–21)
CIN*
(39–42)
NYK*
(36–45)
BAL
(20–61)
1967–68 PHI*
(62–20)
BOS^
(54–28)
NYK*
(43–39)
DET*
(40–42)
CIN
(39–43)
BAL
(36–46)
1968–69 BAL*
(57–25)
PHI*
(55–27)
NYK*
(54–28)
BOS^
(48–34)
CIN
(41–41)
DET
(32–50)
MIL
(27–55)
1969–70 NYK^
(60–22)
MIL*
(56–26)
BAL*
(50–32)
PHI*
(42–40)
CIN
(36–46)
BOS
(34–48)
DET
(31–51)
1970–1980 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th
1970–71 NYK*
(52–30)
BAL+
(42–40)
PHI*
(47–35)
ATL*
(36–46)
BOS
(44–38)
CIN
(33–49)
BUF
(22–60)
CLE
(15–67)
1971–72 BOS*
(56–26)
BAL*
(38–44)
NYK+
(48–34)
ATL*
(36–46)
CIN
(30–52)
PHI
(30–52)
CLE
(23–59)
BUF
(22–60)
1972–73 BOS*
(68–14)
BAL*
(52–30)
NYK^
(57–25)
ATL*
(46–36)
HOU
(33–49)
CLE
(32–50)
BUF
(21–61)
PHI
(9–73)
1973–74 BOS^
(56–26)
CAP*
(47–35)
NYK*
(49–33)
BUF*
(42–40)
ATL
(35–47)
HOU
(32–50)
CLE
(29–53)
PHI
(25–57)
1974–75 BOS*
(60–22)
WAS+
(60–22)
BUF*
(49–33)
HOU*
(41–41)
NYK*
(40–42)
CLE
(40–42)
PHI
(34–48)
ATL
(31–51)
NOJ
(23–59)
1975–76 BOS^
(54–28)
CLE*
(49–33)
WAS*
(48–34)
PHI*
(46–36)
BUF*
(46–36)
HOU
(40–42)
NYK
(38–44)
NOJ
(38–44)
ATL
(29–53)
1976–77 PHI+
(50–32)
HOU*
(49–33)
WAS*
(48–34)
BOS*
(44–38)
SAS*
(44–38)
CLE*
(43–39)
NYK
(40–42)
NOJ
(35–47)
ATL
(31–51)
BUF
(30–52)
NYN
(22–60)
1977–78 PHI*
(55–27)
SAS*
(52–30)
WAS^
(44–38)
CLE*
(43–39)
NYK*
(43–39)
ATL*
(41–41)
NOJ
(39–43)
BOS
(32–50)
HOU
(28–54)
BUF
(27–55)
NJN
(24–58)
1978–79 WAS+
(54–28)
SAS*
(48–34)
PHI*
(47–35)
HOU*
(47–35)
ATL*
(46–36)
NJN*
(37–45)
NYK
(31–51)
DET
(30–52)
CLE
(30–52)
BOS
(29–53)
NOJ
(26–56)
1979–80 BOS*
(61–21)
ATL*
(50–32)
PHI+
(59–23)
HOU*
(41–41)
SAS*
(41–41)
WAS*
(39–43)
NYK
(39–43)
IND
(37–45)
CLE
(37–45)
NJN
(34–48)
DET
(16–66)
1980–1990 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th
1980–81 BOS^
(62–20)
MIL*
(60–22)
PHI*
(62–20)
NYK*
(50–32)
CHI*
(45–37)
IND*
(44–38)
WAS
(39–43)
ATL
(31–51)
CLE
(28–54)
NJN
(24–58)
DET
(21–61)
1981–82 BOS*
(63–19)
MIL*
(55–27)
PHI+
(58–24)
NJN*
(44–38)
WAS*
(43–39)
ATL*
(42–40)
DET
(39–43)
IND
(35–47)
CHI
(34–48)
NYK
(33–49)
CLE
(15–67)
1982–83 PHI^
(65–17)
MIL*
(51–31)
BOS*
(56–26)
NJN*
(49–33)
NYK*
(44–38)
ATL*
(43–39)
WAS
(42–40)
DET
(37–45)
CHI
(28–54)
CLE
(23–59)
IND
(20–62)
1983–84 BOS^
(62–20)
MIL*
(50–32)
PHI*
(52–30)
DET*
(49–33)
NYK*
(47–35)
NJN*
(45–37)
ATL*
(40–42)
WAS*
(35–47)
CLE
(28–54)
CHI
(27–55)
IND
(26–56)
1984–85 BOS+
(63–19)
MIL*
(59–23)
PHI*
(58–24)
DET*
(46–36)
NJN*
(42–40)
WAS*
(40–42)
CHI*
(38–44)
CLE*
(36–46)
ATL
(34–48)
NYK
(24–58)
IND
(22–60)
1985–86 BOS^
(67–15)
MIL*
(57–25)
PHI*
(54–28)
ATL*
(50–32)
DET*
(46–36)
WAS*
(39–43)
NJN*
(39–43)
CHI*
(30–52)
CLE
(29–53)
IND
(26–56)
NYK
(23–59)
1986–87 BOS+
(59–23)
ATL*
(57–25)
DET*
(52–30)
MIL*
(50–32)
PHI*
(45–37)
WAS*
(42–40)
IND*
(41–41)
CHI*
(40–42)
CLE
(31–51)
NJN
(24–58)
NYK
(24–58)
1987–88 BOS*
(57–25)
DET+
(54–28)
CHI*
(50–32)
ATL*
(50–32)
MIL*
(42–40)
CLE*
(42–40)
WAS*
(38–44)
NYK*
(38–44)
IND
(38–44)
PHI
(36–46)
NJN
(19–63)
1988–89 DET^
(63–19)
NYK*
(52–30)
CLE*
(57–25)
ATL*
(52–30)
MIL*
(49–33)
CHI*
(47–35)
PHI*
(46–36)
BOS*
(42–40)
WAS
(40–42)
IND
(28–54)
NJN
(26–56)
CHA
(20–62)
1989–90 DET^
(59–23)
PHI*
(53–29)
CHI*
(55–27)
BOS*
(52–30)
NYK*
(45–37)
MIL*
(44–38)
CLE*
(42–40)
IND*
(42–40)
ATL
(41–41)
WAS
(31–51)
MIA
(18–64)
ORL
(18–64)
NJN
(17–65)
1990–2000 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
1990–91 CHI^
(61–21)
BOS*
(56–26)
DET*
(50–32)
MIL*
(48–34)
PHI*
(44–38)
ATL*
(43–39)
IND*
(41–41)
NYK*
(39–43)
CLE
(33–49)
WAS
(30–52)
NJN
(26–56)
CHA
(26–56)
MIA
(24–58)
1991–92 CHI^
(67–15)
BOS*
(51–31)
CLE*
(57–25)
NYK*
(51–31)
DET*
(48–34)
NJN*
(40–42)
IND*
(40–42)
MIA*
(38–44)
ATL
(38–44)
PHI
(35–47)
MIL
(31–51)
CHA
(31–51)
WAS
(25–57)
ORL
(21–61)
1992–93 NYK*
(60–22)
CHI^
(57–25)
CLE*
(54–28)
BOS*
(48–34)
CHA*
(44–38)
NJN*
(43–39)
ATL*
(43–39)
IND*
(41–41)
ORL
(41–41)
DET
(40–42)
MIA
(36–46)
MIL
(28–54)
PHI
(26–56)
WAS
(22–60)
1993–94 ATL*
(57–25)
NYK+
(57–25)
CHI*
(55–27)
ORL*
(50–32)
IND*
(47–35)
CLE*
(47–35)
NJN*
(45–37)
MIA*
(42–40)
CHA
(41–41)
BOS
(32–50)
PHI
(25–57)
WAS
(24–58)
MIL
(20–62)
DET
(20–62)
1994–95 ORL+
(57–25)
IND*
(52–30)
NYK*
(55–27)
CHA*
(50–32)
CHI*
(47–35)
CLE*
(43–39)
ATL*
(42–40)
BOS*
(35–47)
MIL
(34–48)
MIA
(32–50)
NJN
(30–52)
DET
(28–54)
PHI
(24–58)
WAS
(21–61)
1995–96 CHI^
(72–10)
ORL*
(60–22)
IND*
(52–30)
CLE*
(47–35)
NYK*
(47–35)
ATL*
(46–36)
DET*
(46–36)
MIA*
(42–40)
CHA
(41–41)
WAS
(39–43)
BOS
(33–49)
NJN
(30–52)
MIL
(25–57)
TOR
(21–61)
PHI
(18–64)
1996–97 CHI^
(69–13)
MIA*
(61–21)
NYK*
(57–25)
ATL*
(56–26)
DET*
(54–28)
CHA*
(54–28)
ORL*
(45–37)
WAS*
(44–38)
CLE
(42–40)
IND
(39–43)
MIL
(33–49)
TOR
(30–52)
NJN
(26–56)
PHI
(22–60)
BOS
(15–67)
1997–98 CHI^
(62–20)
MIA*
(55–27)
IND*
(58–24)
CHA*
(51–31)
ATL*
(50–32)
CLE*
(47–35)
NYK*
(43–39)
NJN*
(43–39)
WAS
(42–40)
ORL
(41–41)
DET
(37–45)
BOS
(36–46)
MIL
(36–46)
PHI
(31–51)
TOR
(16–66)
1998–99 MIA*
(33–17)
IND*
(33–17)
ORL*
(33–17)
ATL*
(31–19)
DET*
(29–21)
PHI*
(28–22)
PHI*
(28–22)
NYK+
(27–23)
CHA
(26–24)
TOR
(23–27)
CLE
(22–28)
BOS
(19–31)
WAS
(18–32)
NJN
(16–34)
CHI
(13–37)
1999–00 IND+
(56–26)
MIA*
(52–30)
NYK*
(50–32)
CHA*
(49–33)
PHI*
(49–33)
TOR*
(45–37)
DET*
(42–40)
MIL*
(42–40)
ORL
(41–41)
BOS
(35–47)
CLE
(32–50)
NJN
(31–51)
WAS
(29–53)
ATL
(28–54)
CHI
(17–65)
2000–2010 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
2000–01 PHI+
(56–26)
MIL*
(52–30)
MIA*
(50–32)
NYK*
(48–34)
TOR*
(47–35)
CHA*
(46–36)
ORL*
(43–39)
IND*
(41–41)
BOS
(36–46)
DET
(32–50)
CLE
(30–52)
NJN
(26–56)
ATL
(25–57)
WAS
(19–63)
CHI
(15–67)
2001–02 NJN+
(52–30)
DET*
(50–32)
BOS*
(49–33)
CHA*
(44–38)
ORL*
(44–38)
PHI*
(43–39)
TOR*
(42–40)
IND*
(42–40)
MIL
(41–41)
WAS
(37–45)
MIA
(36–46)
ATL
(33–49)
NYK
(30–52)
CLE
(29–53)
CHI
(21–61)
2002–03 DET*
(50–32)
NJN+
(49–33)
IND*
(48–34)
PHI*
(48–34)
NO*
(47–35)
BOS*
(44–38)
MIL*
(42–40)
ORL*
(42–40)
NYK
(37–45)
WAS
(37–45)
ATL
(35–47)
CHI
(30–52)
MIA
(25–57)
TOR
(24–58)
CLE
(17–65)
2003–04 IND*
(61–21)
NJN*
(47–35)
DET^
(54–28)
MIA*
(42–40)
NO*
(41–41)
MIL*
(41–41)
NYK*
(39–43)
BOS*
(36–46)
CLE
(35–47)
TOR
(33–49)
PHI
(33–49)
ATL
(28–54)
WAS
(25–57)
CHI
(23–59)
ORL
(21–61)
2004–05 MIA*
(59–23)
DET+
(54–28)
BOS*
(45–37)
CHI*
(47–35)
WAS*
(45–37)
IND*
(44–38)
PHI*
(43–39)
NJN*
(42–40)
CLE
(42–40)
ORL
(36–46)
NYK
(33–49)
TOR
(33–49)
MIL
(30–52)
CHA
(18–64)
ATL
(13–69)
2005–06 DET*
(64–18)
MIA^
(52–30)
NJN*
(49–33)
CLE*
(50–32)
WAS*
(42–40)
IND*
(41–41)
CHI*
(41–41)
MIL*
(40–42)
PHI
(38–44)
ORL
(36–46)
BOS
(33–49)
TOR
(27–55)
CHA
(26–56)
ATL
(26–56)
NYK
(23–59)
2006–07 DET*
(53–29)
CLE+
(50–32)
TOR*
(47–35)
MIA*
(44–38)
CHI*
(49–33)
NJN*
(41–41)
WAS*
(41–41)
ORL*
(40–42)
PHI
(35–47)
IND
(35–47)
NYK
(33–49)
CHA
(33–49)
ATL
(30–52)
MIL
(28–54)
BOS
(24–58)
2007–08 BOS^
(66–16)
DET*
(59–23)
ORL*
(52–30)
CLE*
(45–37)
WAS*
(43–39)
TOR*
(41–41)
PHI*
(40–42)
ATL*
(37–45)
IND
(36–46)
NJN
(34–48)
CHI
(33–49)
CHA
(32–50)
MIL
(26–56)
NYK
(23–59)
MIA
(15–67)
2008–09 CLE*
(66–16)
BOS*
(62–20)
ORL+
(59–23)
ATL*
(47–35)
MIA*
(43–39)
PHI*
(41–41)
CHI*
(41–41)
DET*
(39–43)
IND
(36–46)
CHA
(35–47)
NJN
(34–48)
MIL
(34–48)
TOR
(33–49)
NYK
(32–50)
WAS
(19–63)
2009–10 CLE*
(61–21)
ORL*
(59–23)
ATL*
(53–29)
BOS+
(50–32)
MIA*
(47–35)
MIL*
(46–36)
CHA*
(44–38)
CHI*
(41–41)
TOR
(40–42)
IND
(32–50)
NYK
(29–53)
DET
(27–55)
PHI
(27–55)
WAS
(26–56)
NJN
(12–70)
2010–2020 seasons
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
2010–11 CHI*
(62–20)
MIA+
(58–24)
BOS*
(56–26)
ORL*
(52–30)
ATL*
(44–38)
NYK*
(42–40)
PHI*
(41–41)
IND*
(37–45)
MIL
(35–47)
CHA
(34–48)
DET
(30–52)
NJN
(24–58)
WAS
(23–59)
TOR
(22–60)
CLE
(19–63)
2011–12 CHI*
(50–16)
MIA^
(46–20)
IND*
(42–24)
ATL*
(40–26)
BOS*
(39–27)
ORL*
(37–29)
NYK*
(36–30)
PHI*
(35–31)
MIL
(31–35)
DET
(25–41)
TOR
(23–43)
NJN
(22–44)
CLE
(21–45)
WAS
(20–46)
CHA
(7–59)
2012–13 MIA^
(66–16)
NYK*
(54–28)
IND*
(49–32)
BKN*
(49–33)
CHI*
(45–37)
ATL*
(44–38)
BOS*
(41–40)
MIL*
(38–44)
PHI
(34–48)
TOR
(34–48)
DET
(29–53)
WAS
(29–53)
CLE
(24–58)
CHA
(21–61)
ORL
(20–62)
2013–14 IND*
(56–26)
MIA+
(54–28)
TOR*
(48–34)
CHI*
(48–34)
WAS*
(44–38)
BKN*
(44–38)
CHA*
(43–39)
ATL*
(38–44)
NYK
(37–45)
CLE
(33–49)
DET
(29–53)
BOS
(25–57)
ORL
(23–59)
PHI
(19–63)
MIL
(15–67)
2014–15 ATL*
(60–22)
CLE+
(53–29)
CHI*
(50–32)
TOR*
(49–33)
WAS*
(46–36)
MIL*
(41–41)
BOS*
(40–42)
BKN*
(38–44)
IND
(38–44)
MIA
(37–45)
CHA
(33–49)
DET
(32–50)
ORL
(25–57)
PHI
(18–64)
NYK
(17–65)
2015–16 CLE^
(57–25)
TOR*
(56–26)
MIA*
(48–34)
ATL*
(48–34)
BOS*
(48–34)
CHA*
(48–34)
IND*
(45–37)
DET*
(44–38)
CHI
(42–40)
WAS
(41–41)
ORL
(35–47)
MIL
(33–49)
NYK
(32–50)
BKN
(21–61)
PHI
(10–72)
2016–17 BOS*
(53–29)
CLE+
(51–31)
TOR*
(51–31)
WAS*
(49–33)
ATL*
(43–39)
MIL*
(42–40)
IND*
(42–40)
CHI*
(41–41)
MIA
(41–41)
DET
(37–45)
CHA
(36–46)
NYK
(31–51)
ORL
(29–53)
PHI
(28–52)
BKN
(20–62)
2017–18 TOR*
(59–23)
BOS*
(55–27)
PHI*
(52–30)
CLE+
(50–32)
IND*
(48–34)
MIA*
(44–38)
MIL*
(44–38)
WAS*
(43–39)
DET
(39–43)
CHA
(36–46)
NYK
(29–53)
BKN
(28–54)
CHI
(27–55)
ORL
(25–57)
ATL
(24–58)

References

  1. ^ The Bullets played 14 games during the 1954–55 season before becoming defunct.
  2. ^ The Capitols played 35 games during the 1950–51 season before becoming defunct.
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