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NBA Live 99: Midwest Division Halftime Show (PC)
NBA Live 99: Midwest Division Halftime Show (PC)
Published: 2016/05/12
Channel: NLSC
NBA Live 2000: Midwest Division Halftime Show (PC)
NBA Live 2000: Midwest Division Halftime Show (PC)
Published: 2016/05/12
Channel: NLSC
NBA Live 99 Halftime Show (MIDWEST Division)
NBA Live 99 Halftime Show (MIDWEST Division)
Published: 2010/07/21
Channel: BlackSted
NBA Live 2000 Real Life Cheerleaders of the Western Conference Midwest Division
NBA Live 2000 Real Life Cheerleaders of the Western Conference Midwest Division
Published: 2013/06/19
Channel: PS2SPORTSINFOSTATION
Division II Football Player Dies From In-Game Neck Injury | SI Wire | Sports Illustrated
Division II Football Player Dies From In-Game Neck Injury | SI Wire | Sports Illustrated
Published: 2017/09/20
Channel: Sports Illustrated
LeBron James Coaches Son LeBron Jr.! In Full Dad Mode vs Oakland Soldiers! Full highlights!
LeBron James Coaches Son LeBron Jr.! In Full Dad Mode vs Oakland Soldiers! Full highlights!
Published: 2017/07/29
Channel: BallislifeMidwest
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What's Next After a 5th Championship? | Duke Wins 2015 National Title
Published: 2015/04/07
Channel: ACC Digital Network
Why March Madness is more exciting than the NBA
Why March Madness is more exciting than the NBA
Published: 2015/03/28
Channel: Vox
The Best Pure Shooter In The Midwest Is Tyler Herro! Future Wisconsin Badger
The Best Pure Shooter In The Midwest Is Tyler Herro! Future Wisconsin Badger
Published: 2016/10/19
Channel: BallislifeMidwest
NBA Live 2000 Midwest Division (Halftime Show)
NBA Live 2000 Midwest Division (Halftime Show)
Published: 2015/06/02
Channel: Drew Franklin
NCAA Basketball 10 Review
NCAA Basketball 10 Review
Published: 2009/11/18
Channel: IGN
Wilt Chamberlain 1957 NCAA Tournament MVP: 32.2ppg (.568fg .670ft%) 15.2rpg 6.6bpg 1.8apg 0.2spg
Wilt Chamberlain 1957 NCAA Tournament MVP: 32.2ppg (.568fg .670ft%) 15.2rpg 6.6bpg 1.8apg 0.2spg
Published: 2013/07/11
Channel: Wilt Chamberlain Archive
Jordan Bell "Man of the Year" Oregon March Madness Highlights 2017
Jordan Bell "Man of the Year" Oregon March Madness Highlights 2017
Published: 2017/04/03
Channel: WTD Productions
Blazers vs Springfield Midwest Division Finals Preview
Blazers vs Springfield Midwest Division Finals Preview
Published: 2016/03/22
Channel: OK City Hockey
2017 Midwest Region Recap - #4 Purple & Black vs #13 Canton Bulldogs
2017 Midwest Region Recap - #4 Purple & Black vs #13 Canton Bulldogs
Published: 2017/07/15
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #11 Peoria vs. #6 Ft Wayne Champs
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #11 Peoria vs. #6 Ft Wayne Champs
Published: 2017/07/16
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #6 Fort Wayne Champs vs #3 Always a Brave
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #6 Fort Wayne Champs vs #3 Always a Brave
Published: 2017/07/16
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #16 Midwest Dream Squad vs. #1 Golden Eagles Alumni
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #16 Midwest Dream Squad vs. #1 Golden Eagles Alumni
Published: 2017/07/16
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
Jaylen Hands "A Day In The Life" | UCLA
Jaylen Hands "A Day In The Life" | UCLA's Next Star PG Invites Us To His Home
Published: 2017/04/09
Channel: Ballislife
LeBron James Coaches Son LeBron Jr. as CP3 Watches! Full highlights!
LeBron James Coaches Son LeBron Jr. as CP3 Watches! Full highlights!
Published: 2017/07/28
Channel: BallislifeMidwest
Midwest Division Finals Game 1 Postgame - Ryan Cagnoni
Midwest Division Finals Game 1 Postgame - Ryan Cagnoni
Published: 2016/03/26
Channel: OK City Hockey
Midwest Division Finals Game 1 Postgame - Lubos Vacek
Midwest Division Finals Game 1 Postgame - Lubos Vacek
Published: 2016/03/26
Channel: OK City Hockey
8th Annual Midwest Players Classic
8th Annual Midwest Players Classic
Published: 2018/01/12
Channel: WKBT TV
Kenny Anderson: Lefrak City
Kenny Anderson: Lefrak City's Hero
Published: 2017/02/27
Channel: ACC Digital Network
NBA 2K17 Pro Am #22 Tru Gang vs. #50 Midwest Elite
NBA 2K17 Pro Am #22 Tru Gang vs. #50 Midwest Elite
Published: 2017/06/01
Channel: jyoungAD
NBA Live 99 Midwest Division (Halftime Show)
NBA Live 99 Midwest Division (Halftime Show)
Published: 2015/05/17
Channel: Drew Franklin
Midwest Division Finals Game 1 Postgame - Tyler Fleck
Midwest Division Finals Game 1 Postgame - Tyler Fleck
Published: 2016/03/26
Channel: OK City Hockey
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5'8 Javerius Smith Is a Very CRAFTY Guard!! Official Midwest Ballers Mixtape
Published: 2015/03/13
Channel: MidwestBallers TV
Jordan Poole: A Day In The Life
Jordan Poole: A Day In The Life
Published: 2017/07/02
Channel: InTheGymHoops 2.0
Death row Midwest division got jboygocrazy be humble on Xbox 1 hit him up the best sharp every Mr ru
Death row Midwest division got jboygocrazy be humble on Xbox 1 hit him up the best sharp every Mr ru
Published: 2017/12/09
Channel: tyrone honeysucker
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5'11 Jalen Terry HAS BOUNCE and NBA RANGE - 2017 CrossRoads Elite Camp
Published: 2017/12/17
Channel: CityLeagueHoopsTV
Milwaukee Native Marcus Landry Talks About Playing For His Hometown NBA Team #BringMarcusHome
Milwaukee Native Marcus Landry Talks About Playing For His Hometown NBA Team #BringMarcusHome
Published: 2015/10/20
Channel: MidwestBallers TV
Wisconsin Basketball Player Has Embarrassing Moment at Press Conference
Wisconsin Basketball Player Has Embarrassing Moment at Press Conference
Published: 2015/03/25
Channel: ACC Digital Network
Notre Dame
Notre Dame's Matt Farrell & Family Surprised By Military Brother
Published: 2016/12/20
Channel: ACC Digital Network
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #7 Banner Boys vs #10 TN Underdawgs
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #7 Banner Boys vs #10 TN Underdawgs
Published: 2017/07/15
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
The Team With Heart: The 1983-84 Utah Jazz
The Team With Heart: The 1983-84 Utah Jazz
Published: 2014/04/13
Channel: KSL Sports
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #14 Mid American vs. #3 Always A Brave
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #14 Mid American vs. #3 Always A Brave
Published: 2017/07/15
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
Future WVU court general Jordan McCabe Breaking Ankles, Dropping Dimes!
Future WVU court general Jordan McCabe Breaking Ankles, Dropping Dimes!
Published: 2016/08/24
Channel: BallislifeMidwest
AOS Midwest Pro Division Performance - Oct. 7, 2017 - 4th Annual Ray of Hope Walk
AOS Midwest Pro Division Performance - Oct. 7, 2017 - 4th Annual Ray of Hope Walk
Published: 2017/10/08
Channel: ArtOfStepping Trademarked
NCAAM Basketball - 1986 - Midwest Region Finals - NC State Wolfpack VS Kansas Jayhawks
NCAAM Basketball - 1986 - Midwest Region Finals - NC State Wolfpack VS Kansas Jayhawks
Published: 2017/07/18
Channel: RSS Empresas
NCAA Bracket Predictions & Final Four Picks: Midwest Region | Sports Illustrated
NCAA Bracket Predictions & Final Four Picks: Midwest Region | Sports Illustrated
Published: 2017/03/13
Channel: Sports Illustrated
High Schooler Jordan McCabe Is More Than Just the
High Schooler Jordan McCabe Is More Than Just the 'Next White Chocolate'
Published: 2016/03/24
Channel: Bleacher Report
HITTING 99 LIVE ON STREAM!!! YOU WONT BELIEVE THE BADGES HE HAS ON HALL OF FAME😱😱
HITTING 99 LIVE ON STREAM!!! YOU WONT BELIEVE THE BADGES HE HAS ON HALL OF FAME😱😱
Published: 2017/12/10
Channel: Mykhail2K
Wisconsin bound PG Bronson Koenig has SKILLS!!! OFFICIAL Senior Year MIXTAPE
Wisconsin bound PG Bronson Koenig has SKILLS!!! OFFICIAL Senior Year MIXTAPE
Published: 2013/03/21
Channel: Midwest Ballers
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Published: 2018/01/05
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#1 Player Beats #1 Team In EYBL!! Marvin Bagley Goes OFF Against Howard Pulley!
#1 Player Beats #1 Team In EYBL!! Marvin Bagley Goes OFF Against Howard Pulley!
Published: 2017/05/29
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2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #8 Majerus SLU Crew vs #1 Golden Eagles
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #8 Majerus SLU Crew vs #1 Golden Eagles
Published: 2017/07/16
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #9 HBC vs. #8 Majerus SLU Crew
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #9 HBC vs. #8 Majerus SLU Crew
Published: 2017/07/16
Channel: The Basketball Tournament
"I Was Better Than Michael Jordan, For About 3 Weeks" - James Worthy at UNC
"I Was Better Than Michael Jordan, For About 3 Weeks" - James Worthy at UNC
Published: 2017/02/23
Channel: ACC Digital Network
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #5 Hilton Magic Legends vs #12 Hoopville Warriors
2017 TBT Midwest Region Recap - #5 Hilton Magic Legends vs #12 Hoopville Warriors
Published: 2017/07/15
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Midwest Division
Conference Western Conference
League National Basketball Association
Sport Basketball
Inaugural season 1970–71 season
Ceased 2003–04 season
Championships
Most Midwest Division titles San Antonio Spurs (11 titles)

The Midwest Division was a division in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The division was created at the start of the 1970–71 season, when the league expanded from 14 to 17 teams with the addition of the Buffalo Braves, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Portland Trail Blazers. The league realigned itself into two conferences, the Western Conference and the Eastern Conference, with two divisions each in each conference. The Midwest Division began with four inaugural members, the Chicago Bulls, the Detroit Pistons, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Phoenix Suns.[1] The Bulls and the Suns joined from the Western Division, while the Pistons and the Bucks joined from the Eastern Division.

The division was disbanded when the league expanded from 29 to 30 teams with the addition of the Charlotte Bobcats at the start of the 2004–05 season. The league realigned itself into two conferences with three divisions each. The Midwest Division was replaced with two new divisions, the Southwest Division and the Northwest Division. The 2003–04 season, the division's last-ever season, consisted of seven teams, the Dallas Mavericks, the Denver Nuggets, the Houston Rockets, the Memphis Grizzlies, the Minnesota Timberwolves, the San Antonio Spurs and the Utah Jazz. The Mavericks, the Rockets, the Grizzlies and the Spurs joined the Southwest Division, while the Nuggets, the Timberwolves and the Jazz joined the Northwest Division.[2]

The Denver Nuggets played 28 seasons in the Midwest Division, longer than any other team. Three teams, the Heat, the Magic and the Charlotte Hornets, only played one season each in the division. None of the four inaugural members remained when the division was disbanded in 2004.

Despite the name, the Midwest Division also included several teams who were located far outside the Midwest. The Sacramento Kings and the Vancouver Grizzlies were located on the West Coast, while the Miami Heat and the Orlando Magic were located in the Southeast.

Today, the Central Division can be considered the league's Midwestern-based division, with four former members of the Midwest Division.

Results[edit]

The San Antonio Spurs won the most Midwest Division titles with eleven. The Milwaukee Bucks and the Utah Jazz won the second most titles with six. However, the Bucks won those six titles in only ten seasons before they left the division. The 34th and last division champion was the Minnesota Timberwolves. Seven division champions had or tied for the best regular season record during the season.

Five NBA champions came from the Midwest Division. The Spurs and the Houston Rockets won two championships each, while the Bucks won one championship. All of them, except the 1994–95 Rockets, were division champions.

The Midwest Division twice had six teams qualified for the playoffs. In the 1985–86 season, all six teams from the division qualified for the playoffs, while in the 2003–04 season, six of seven teams qualified for the playoffs. In the division's first and last ever season, all teams in the division had winning percentages above 0.500 (50%).

Teams[edit]

Team City Year From Year To Current division
Joined Left
Charlotte Hornets (1988–2002; 2004–present Charlotte, North Carolina 1989 Atlantic Division 1990 Central Division Southeast Division
Chicago Bulls Chicago, Illinois 1970 Western Division 1980 Central Division Central Division
Dallas Mavericks Dallas, Texas 1980 β€”dagger 2004 Southwest Division Southwest Division
Denver Nuggets Denver, Colorado 1976 ABAdouble-dagger 2004 Northwest Division Northwest Division
Detroit Pistons Detroit, Michigan 1970 Eastern Division 1978 Central Division Central Division
Houston Rockets Houston, Texas 1980 Central Division 2004 Southwest Division Southwest Division
Indiana Pacers Indianapolis, Indiana 1976 ABAdouble-dagger 1979 Central Division Central Division
Memphis Grizzlies (2001–present)
Vancouver Grizzlies (1995–2001)
Memphis, Tennessee
Vancouver, British Columbia
1995 β€”dagger 2004 Southwest Division Southwest Division
Miami Heat Miami, Florida 1988 β€”dagger 1989 Atlantic Division Southeast Division
Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1970 Eastern Division 1980 Central Division Central Division
Minnesota Timberwolves Minneapolis, Minnesota 1989 β€”dagger 2004 Northwest Division Northwest Division
Orlando Magic Orlando, Florida 1990 Central Division 1991 Atlantic Division Southeast Division
Phoenix Suns Phoenix, Arizona 1970 Western Division 1972 Pacific Division Pacific Division
Sacramento Kings (1985–present)
Kansas City Kings (1975–1985)
Kansas City-Omaha Kings (1972–1975)
Sacramento, California
Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City, Missouri and Omaha, Nebraska
1972 Central Division
(as Cincinnati Royals)
1988 Pacific Division Pacific Division
San Antonio Spurs San Antonio, Texas 1980 Central Division 2004 Southwest Division Southwest Division
Utah Jazz Salt Lake City, Utah 1979 Central Division
(as New Orleans Jazz)
2004 Northwest Division Northwest Division
Notes

Team timeline[edit]

Memphis Grizzlies Orlando Magic Minnesota Timberwolves Charlotte Hornets Miami Heat San Antonio Spurs Houston Rockets Dallas Mavericks Utah Jazz Indiana Pacers Denver Nuggets Sacramento Kings Phoenix Suns Milwaukee Bucks Detroit Pistons Chicago Bulls

Division champions[edit]

^ Had or tied for the best regular season record for that season
Season Team Record Playoffs result
1970–71 Milwaukee Bucks^ 66–16 (.805) Won NBA Finals
1971–72 Milwaukee Bucks 63–19 (.768) Lost Conference Finals
1972–73 Milwaukee Bucks 60–22 (.732) Lost Conference Semifinals
1973–74 Milwaukee Bucks^ 59–23 (.720) Lost NBA Finals
1974–75 Chicago Bulls 47–35 (.573) Lost Conference Finals
1975–76 Milwaukee Bucks 38–44 (.463) Lost First Round
1976–77 Denver Nuggets 50–32 (.610) Lost Conference Semifinals
1977–78 Denver Nuggets 48–34 (.585) Lost Conference Finals
1978–79 Kansas City Kings 48–34 (.585) Lost Conference Semifinals
1979–80 Milwaukee Bucks 49–33 (.598) Lost Conference Semifinals
1980–81 San Antonio Spurs 52–30 (.634) Lost Conference Semifinals
1981–82 San Antonio Spurs 48–34 (.585) Lost Conference Finals
1982–83 San Antonio Spurs 53–29 (.646) Lost Conference Finals
1983–84 Utah Jazz 45–37 (.549) Lost Conference Semifinals
1984–85 Denver Nuggets 52–30 (.634) Lost Conference Finals
1985–86 Houston Rockets 51–31 (.622) Lost NBA Finals
1986–87 Dallas Mavericks 55–27 (.671) Lost First Round
1987–88 Denver Nuggets 54–28 (.659) Lost Conference Semifinals
1988–89 Utah Jazz 51–31 (.622) Lost First Round
1989–90 San Antonio Spurs 56–26 (.683) Lost Conference Semifinals
1990–91 San Antonio Spurs 55–27 (.671) Lost First Round
1991–92 Utah Jazz 55–27 (.671) Lost Conference Finals
1992–93 Houston Rockets 55–27 (.671) Lost Conference Semifinals
1993–94 Houston Rockets 58–24 (.707) Won NBA Finals
1994–95 San Antonio Spurs^ 62–20 (.756) Lost Conference Finals
1995–96 San Antonio Spurs 59–23 (.720) Lost Conference Semifinals
1996–97 Utah Jazz 64–18 (.780) Lost NBA Finals
1997–98 Utah Jazz^ 62–20 (.756) Lost NBA Finals
1998–99[a] San Antonio Spurs^ 37–13 (.740) Won NBA Finals
1999–00 Utah Jazz 55–27 (.671) Lost Conference Semifinals
2000–01 San Antonio Spurs^ 58–24 (.707) Lost Conference Finals
2001–02 San Antonio Spurs 58–24 (.707) Lost Conference Semifinals
2002–03 San Antonio Spurs^ 60–22 (.732) Won NBA Finals
2003–04 Minnesota Timberwolves 58–24 (.707) Lost Conference Finals

Titles by team[edit]

Team Titles Season(s) won
San Antonio Spurs 11 1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03
Milwaukee Bucks 6 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1973–74, 1975–76, 1979–80
Utah Jazz 6 1983–84, 1988–89, 1991–92, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1999–00
Denver Nuggets 4 1976–77, 1977–78, 1984–85, 1987–88
Houston Rockets 3 1985–86, 1992–93, 1993–94
Chicago Bulls 1 1974–75
Kansas City Kings (now Sacramento Kings) 1 1978–79
Dallas Mavericks 1 1986–87
Minnesota Timberwolves 1 2003–04

Season results[edit]

^ Denotes team that won the NBA championships
+ Denotes team that won the Conference Finals, but lost the NBA Finals
* Denotes team that qualified for the NBA Playoffs
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
1970–71 Milwaukee^ (66–16) Chicago* (51–31) Phoenix (48–34) Detroit (45–37) β€” β€” β€”
1971–72 Milwaukee* (63–19) Chicago* (57–25) Phoenix (49–33) Detroit (26–56) β€” β€” β€”
1972–73 Milwaukee* (60–22) Chicago* (51–31) Detroit (40–42) Kansas City-Omaha (36–46) β€” β€” β€”
1973–74 Milwaukee+ (59–23) Chicago* (54–28) Detroit* (52–30) Kansas City-Omaha (33–49) β€” β€” β€”
1974–75 Chicago* (47–35) Detroit* (44–38) Kansas City-Omaha* (40–42) Milwaukee (38–44) β€” β€” β€”
1975–76 Milwaukee* (38–44) Detroit* (36–46) Kansas City (31–51) Chicago (24–58) β€” β€” β€”
1976–77 Denver (50–32)* Detroit* (44–38) Chicago* (44–38) Kansas City (40–42) Indiana (36–46) Milwaukee (30–52) β€”
1977–78 Denver* (48–34) Milwaukee* (44–38) Chicago (40–42) Detroit (38–44) Kansas City (31–51) Indiana (31–51) β€”
1978–79 Kansas City* (48–34) Denver* (47–35) Milwaukee (38–44) Indiana (38–44) Chicago (31–51) β€” β€”
1979–80 Milwaukee* (49–33) Kansas City* (47–35) Denver (30–52) Chicago (30–52) Utah (24–58) β€” β€”
1980–81 San Antonio* (52–30) Kansas City* (40–42) Houston+ (40–42) Denver (37–45) Utah (28–54) Dallas (15–67) β€”
1981–82 San Antonio* (48–34) Denver* (46–36) Houston* (46–36) Kansas City (30–52) Dallas (28–54) Utah (25–57) β€”
1982–83 San Antonio* (53–29) Denver* (45–37) Kansas City (45–37) Dallas (38–44) Utah (30–52) Houston (14–68) β€”
1983–84 Utah* (45–37) Dallas* (43–39) Denver* (38–44) Kansas City* (38–44) San Antonio (37–45) Houston (29–53) β€”
1984–85 Denver* (52–30) Houston* (48–34) Dallas* (44–38) Utah* (41–41) San Antonio* (41–41) Kansas City (31–51) β€”
1985–86 Houston+ (51–31) Denver* (47–35) Dallas* (44–38) Utah* (42–40) Sacramento* (37–45) San Antonio* (35–47) β€”
1986–87 Dallas* (55–27) Utah* (44–38) Houston* (42–40) Denver* (37–45) Sacramento (29–53) San Antonio (28–54) β€”
1987–88 Denver* (54–28) Dallas* (53–29) Utah* (47–35) Houston* (46–36) San Antonio* (31–51) Sacramento (24–58) β€”
1988–89 Utah* (51–31) Houston* (45–37) Denver* (44–38) Dallas (38–44) San Antonio (21–61) Miami (15–67) β€”
1989–90 San Antonio* (56–26) Utah* (55–27) Dallas* (47–35) Denver* (43–39) Houston* (41–41) Minnesota (22–60) Charlotte (19–63)
1990–91 San Antonio* (55–27) Utah* (54–28) Houston* (52–30) Orlando (31–51) Minnesota (29–53) Dallas (28–54) Denver (20–62)
1991–92 Utah* (55–27) San Antonio* (47–35) Houston (42–40) Denver (24–58) Dallas (22–60) Minnesota (15–67) β€”
1992–93 Houston* (55–27) San Antonio* (49–33) Utah* (47–35) Denver (36–46) Minnesota (19–63) Dallas (11–71) β€”
1993–94 Houston^ (58–24) San Antonio* (55–27) Utah* (53–29) Denver* (42–40) Minnesota (20–62) Dallas (13–69) β€”
1994–95 San Antonio* (62–20) Utah* (60–22) Houston^ (47–35) Denver* (41–41) Dallas (36–46) Minnesota (21–61) β€”
1995–96 San Antonio* (59–23) Utah* (55–27) Houston* (48–34) Denver (35–47) Minnesota (26–56) Dallas (26–56) Vancouver (15–67)
1996–97 Utah+ (64–18) Houston* (57–25) Minnesota* (40–42) Dallas (24–58) Denver (21–61) San Antonio (20–62) Vancouver (14–68)
1997–98 Utah+ (62–20) San Antonio* (56–26) Minnesota* (45–37) Houston* (41–41) Dallas (20–62) Vancouver (19–63) Denver (11–71)
1998–99[a] San Antonio^ (37–13) Utah* (37–13) Houston* (31–19) Dallas* (27–23) Minnesota* (25–25) Denver (14–36) Vancouver (8–42)
1999–00 Utah* (55–27) San Antonio* (53–29) Minnesota* (50–32) Dallas* (47–35) Denver (35–47) Houston (34–48) Vancouver (22–60)
2000–01 San Antonio* (58–24) Utah* (53–29) Dallas* (53–29) Minnesota* (47–35) Houston (45–37) Denver (40–42) Vancouver (23–59)
2001–02 San Antonio* (58–24) Dallas* (57–25) Minnesota* (50–32) Utah* (44–38) Houston (28–54) Denver (27–55) Memphis (23–59)
2002–03 San Antonio^ (60–22) Dallas* (60–22) Minnesota* (51–31) Utah* (47–35) Houston (43–39) Memphis (28–54) Denver (17–65)
2003–04 Minnesota* (58–24) San Antonio* (57–25) Dallas* (52–30) Memphis* (50–32) Houston* (45–37) Denver (43–39)* Utah (42–40)

Rivalries[edit]

Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs[edit]

Utah Jazz vs. Houston Rockets[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • a 1 2 Because of a lockout, the season did not start until February 5, 1999, and all 29 teams played a shortened 50-game regular season schedule.[3]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "1970–71 Season Overview: Kareem Rules the League". NBA.com. Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. Retrieved May 29, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Expansion Bobcats prompt change". ESPN.com. November 17, 2003. Retrieved May 29, 2011. 
  3. ^ Donovan, John (February 4, 1999). "Let the semi-season begin: Expect injuries, intensity and a new champion in '99". CNN Sports Illustrated. Time Warner Company. Retrieved May 31, 2011. 

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