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2017-18 NBA Season Preview: Pacific Division: Lakers * Clippers * Warriors * Suns * Kings
2017-18 NBA Season Preview: Pacific Division: Lakers * Clippers * Warriors * Suns * Kings
Published: 2017/09/06
Channel: Kent Jackson - RMB
2016-17 NBA Season Preview: Pacific Division: Lakers Clippers Warriors Kings Suns
2016-17 NBA Season Preview: Pacific Division: Lakers Clippers Warriors Kings Suns
Published: 2016/09/09
Channel: Kent Jackson - RMB
Clinching the Pacific Division
Clinching the Pacific Division
Published: 2016/03/16
Channel: Golden State Warriors
Warriors Clinch Pacific Division! Green Half Court Lob to Iggy!
Warriors Clinch Pacific Division! Green Half Court Lob to Iggy!
Published: 2017/03/17
Channel: Chris Smoove
2017 NBA Draft Grades: Pacific Division: Lonzo Ball * Josh Jackson * De
2017 NBA Draft Grades: Pacific Division: Lonzo Ball * Josh Jackson * De'Aaron Fox
Published: 2017/06/26
Channel: Kent Jackson - RMB
Preview NBA Pacific Division
Preview NBA Pacific Division
Published: 2017/09/10
Channel: Cliffive
The X Factor of All 30 NBA Teams Ep.1 - Pacific Division
The X Factor of All 30 NBA Teams Ep.1 - Pacific Division
Published: 2016/12/18
Channel: AFunkyDiabetic
Clippers Clinch Pacific Division
Clippers Clinch Pacific Division
Published: 2013/04/08
Channel: TYT Sports
NBA: Pacific Division Preview
NBA: Pacific Division Preview
Published: 2008/10/14
Channel: CBS
2016 NBA Pacific Division Preview (Part 1)
2016 NBA Pacific Division Preview (Part 1)
Published: 2016/10/10
Channel: Most Valuable Podcasts
NBA Live 99: Pacific Division Halftime Show (PC)
NBA Live 99: Pacific Division Halftime Show (PC)
Published: 2016/05/12
Channel: NLSC
Pacific Division (NBA)
Pacific Division (NBA)
Published: 2016/05/25
Channel: WikiTubia
NBA Season Preview: Pacific Division
NBA Season Preview: Pacific Division
Published: 2016/10/25
Channel: Milk
NBA Season-Previews 2016-17: Pacific Division
NBA Season-Previews 2016-17: Pacific Division
Published: 2016/10/24
Channel: Swappy P
NBA Live 2000: Pacific Division Halftime Show (PC)
NBA Live 2000: Pacific Division Halftime Show (PC)
Published: 2016/05/12
Channel: NLSC
NBA Franchise Greatest Starting Five + 6th Man: Pacific Division
NBA Franchise Greatest Starting Five + 6th Man: Pacific Division
Published: 2017/01/03
Channel: Kent Jackson - RMB
NBA Pacific Division Preview
NBA Pacific Division Preview
Published: 2011/12/21
Channel: Craig Ballard
The Baseline NBA Pacific Division preview
The Baseline NBA Pacific Division preview
Published: 2017/09/21
Channel: ShawSports
The best years NBA pacific division
The best years NBA pacific division
Published: 2017/07/17
Channel: Bubble Trouble
NBA Team list   Western Conference Pacific Division , Location and Home Arena
NBA Team list Western Conference Pacific Division , Location and Home Arena
Published: 2017/04/20
Channel: Aaron7986MP3
Radio BasketUniverso - NBA Preview: Pacific Division
Radio BasketUniverso - NBA Preview: Pacific Division
Published: 2015/10/24
Channel: BasketUniverso
[Preview 5-by-5] Pacific Division NBA
[Preview 5-by-5] Pacific Division NBA
Published: 2016/10/19
Channel: BasketInfos
Clippers clinch 1st division title in franchise history!
Clippers clinch 1st division title in franchise history!
Published: 2013/04/08
Channel: NBA
NBA Pacific division preview
NBA Pacific division preview
Published: 2016/10/12
Channel: Your Bet Friend 247
2012-13 Pacific Division NBA Preview - By HoopsHabit.com
2012-13 Pacific Division NBA Preview - By HoopsHabit.com
Published: 2012/10/01
Channel: Michael Dunlap
2017-18 NBA Season Preview: Southwest Division: Spurs * Mavericks * Rockets * Grizzlies * Pelicans
2017-18 NBA Season Preview: Southwest Division: Spurs * Mavericks * Rockets * Grizzlies * Pelicans
Published: 2017/09/06
Channel: Kent Jackson - RMB
2014-15 NBA Preview- Pacific Division
2014-15 NBA Preview- Pacific Division
Published: 2014/10/22
Channel: VirtuosoSports
NBA ,Pacific DIVISION BREAK DOWN. Can The LA Lakers shock the  NBA
NBA ,Pacific DIVISION BREAK DOWN. Can The LA Lakers shock the NBA
Published: 2013/10/05
Channel: james green
NBA LIVE 15 - Pacific Division - Demo Date
NBA LIVE 15 - Pacific Division - Demo Date
Published: 2014/10/15
Channel: VR_Crucial
How  all NBA teams   Can get better pacific division episode 1
How all NBA teams Can get better pacific division episode 1
Published: 2016/07/04
Channel: William Brown
NBA Preview Podcast: Pacific Division!
NBA Preview Podcast: Pacific Division!
Published: 2012/10/08
Channel: Lumberjack33x
Warriors Pregame Talk: Pacific Division Champs
Warriors Pregame Talk: Pacific Division Champs
Published: 2016/03/15
Channel: Golden State Warriors
All Time Rosters, Pacific Division
All Time Rosters, Pacific Division
Published: 2017/01/25
Channel: Basketball Pantheon
NBA 1992/1993 season starts [Pacific Division] (2/4) - polish commentary
NBA 1992/1993 season starts [Pacific Division] (2/4) - polish commentary
Published: 2009/09/24
Channel: speeddrumx
NBA Preview Podcast: Pacific Division!
NBA Preview Podcast: Pacific Division!
Published: 2013/10/29
Channel: Lumberjack33x
NBA Live 99 Halftime Show (PACIFIC Division)
NBA Live 99 Halftime Show (PACIFIC Division)
Published: 2010/07/21
Channel: BlackSted
HoopsHabit Hangout #4: NBA Pacific Division Preview
HoopsHabit Hangout #4: NBA Pacific Division Preview
Published: 2013/08/19
Channel: Michael Dunlap
Spinning The Wheel Of NBA Pacific Division Teams!!(NBA 2K17 Squad Building Challenges!!)
Spinning The Wheel Of NBA Pacific Division Teams!!(NBA 2K17 Squad Building Challenges!!)
Published: 2016/12/17
Channel: Chilly Kdog
2016 NBA Pacific Division Preview (Part 2)
2016 NBA Pacific Division Preview (Part 2)
Published: 2016/10/11
Channel: Most Valuable Podcasts
NBA summer report card pacific division
NBA summer report card pacific division
Published: 2012/08/23
Channel: kidd kush
NBA Pacific Division Futures: Can the Clippers Win the Pacific Over the Warriors?
NBA Pacific Division Futures: Can the Clippers Win the Pacific Over the Warriors?
Published: 2015/09/03
Channel: SBR Sportsbook Review
NBA Live 2000 - Halftime show - Pacific division
NBA Live 2000 - Halftime show - Pacific division
Published: 2012/08/27
Channel: JackTheCrab
Instant Replay #20: NBA-Vorschau 2013/2014, Pacific Division
Instant Replay #20: NBA-Vorschau 2013/2014, Pacific Division
Published: 2013/10/09
Channel: CrossoverBasketball
NBA Division Preview: Pacific
NBA Division Preview: Pacific
Published: 2007/10/26
Channel: CBS
MUST SEE Pacific Division  Part 1 : NBA Western Conference Team Overviews
MUST SEE Pacific Division Part 1 : NBA Western Conference Team Overviews
Published: 2011/06/23
Channel: vpoodlestupid858
NBA Free Agency: Pacific Division (GS, LAC, LAL, PHX, SAC)
NBA Free Agency: Pacific Division (GS, LAC, LAL, PHX, SAC)
Published: 2015/07/19
Channel: PantherAttackGo
NBA Live 2000 Real Life Cheerleaders of the Western Conference Pacific Division
NBA Live 2000 Real Life Cheerleaders of the Western Conference Pacific Division
Published: 2013/06/22
Channel: PS2SPORTSINFOSTATION
10th Year Seniors - Podcast 17 Part 5 - NBA Preview Pacific Division
10th Year Seniors - Podcast 17 Part 5 - NBA Preview Pacific Division
Published: 2014/10/28
Channel: 10th Year Seniors
NBA Pacific Division Preview
NBA Pacific Division Preview
Published: 2013/10/21
Channel: From Soccer to Golf
NBA 2k17 - Week 34 Challenge - Pacific Division All Stars
NBA 2k17 - Week 34 Challenge - Pacific Division All Stars
Published: 2017/05/19
Channel: Hobbies of a Geek
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Pacific Division
Conference Western Conference
League National Basketball Association
Sport Basketball
Inaugural season 1970–71 season
Teams
No. of teams 5
Championships
Most recent Pacific Division champion(s) Golden State Warriors (5th title)
Most Pacific Division titles Los Angeles Lakers
(23 titles)

The Pacific Division is one of the three divisions in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The division consists of five teams, the Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Clippers, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Phoenix Suns and the Sacramento Kings. All teams, except the Suns, are based in California.

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 Pacific Division began with five inaugural members, the Lakers, the Blazers, the San Diego Rockets, the San Francisco Warriors and the Seattle SuperSonics.[1] The Lakers, the Rockets, the Warriors and the SuperSonics all joined from the Western Division.

The Lakers have won the most Pacific Division titles with 23. The Suns have won the second most titles with six. The Warriors have won the Pacific Division title five times, including three consecutive times with the first time being in 2015. 15 NBA champions have come from the Pacific Division. The Lakers have won 11 championships, the Warriors won 3, and the Blazers and Sonics won one championship each. All of them, except the 1976–77 Blazers and the 2001–02 Lakers, were division champions. In the 1991–92 season, six teams from the division qualified for the playoffs. In the 1977–78 season, all teams in the division had winning percentages above 0.500 (50%). The most recent division champion is the Golden State Warriors.

Standings[edit]

Pacific Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div GP
zGolden State Warriors 67 15 .817 0.0 36–5 31–10 14–2 82
xLos Angeles Clippers 51 31 .622 16.0 29–12 22–19 10–6 82
Sacramento Kings 32 50 .390 35.0 17–24 15–26 7–9 82
Los Angeles Lakers 26 56 .317 41.0 17–24 9–32 6–10 82
Phoenix Suns 24 58 .293 43.0 15–26 9–32 3–13 82

Notes

  • y – Clinched division title
  • x – Clinched playoff spot

Teams[edit]

Team City Joined
Year From
Golden State Warriors (1971–present)
San Francisco Warriors (19621971)
Oakland, California
San Francisco, California
1970 Western Division
Los Angeles Clippers (1984–present)
San Diego Clippers (19781984)
Los Angeles, California
San Diego, California
1978 Atlantic Division
(as Buffalo Braves)
Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles, California 1970 Western Division
Phoenix Suns Phoenix, Arizona 1972 Midwest Division
Sacramento Kings Sacramento, California 1988 Midwest Division

Former teams[edit]

Team City Joined Left Current division
Year From Year To
Houston Rockets (1971–present)
San Diego Rockets (1967-1971)
Houston, Texas
San Diego, California
1970 Western Division 1972 Central Division Southwest Division
Portland Trail Blazers Portland, Oregon 1970 dagger 2004 Northwest Division Northwest Division
Seattle SuperSonics (19672008, now Oklahoma City Thunder) Seattle, Washington 1970 Western Division 2004 Northwest Division Northwest Division
Notes

Team timeline[edit]

Denotes team that currently in the division
Denotes team that has left the division
Sacramento Kings Los Angeles Clippers Phoenix Suns Seattle SuperSonics Golden State Warriors Houston Rockets Portland Trail Blazers Los Angeles Lakers

Division champions[edit]

^ Had or tied for the best regular season record for that season
Season Team Record Playoffs result
1970–71 Los Angeles Lakers 48–34 (.585) Lost Conference Finals
1971–72 Los Angeles Lakers^ 69–13 (.841) Won NBA Finals
1972–73 Los Angeles Lakers 60–22 (.732) Lost NBA Finals
1973–74 Los Angeles Lakers 47–35 (.573) Lost Conference Semifinals
1974–75 Golden State Warriors 48–34 (.585) Won NBA Finals
1975–76 Golden State Warriors^ 59–23 (.720) Lost Conference Finals
1976–77 Los Angeles Lakers^ 53–29 (.646) Lost Conference Finals
1977–78 Portland Trail Blazers^ 58–24 (.707) Lost Conference Semifinals
1978–79 Seattle SuperSonics 52–30 (.634) Won NBA Finals
1979–80 Los Angeles Lakers 60–22 (.732) Won NBA Finals
1980–81 Phoenix Suns 57–25 (.695) Lost Conference Semifinals
1981–82 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 (.695) Won NBA Finals
1982–83 Los Angeles Lakers 58–24 (.707) Lost NBA Finals
1983–84 Los Angeles Lakers 54–28 (.659) Lost NBA Finals
1984–85 Los Angeles Lakers 62–20 (.756) Won NBA Finals
1985–86 Los Angeles Lakers 62–20 (.756) Lost Conference Finals
1986–87 Los Angeles Lakers^ 65–17 (.793) Won NBA Finals
1987–88 Los Angeles Lakers^ 62–20 (.756) Won NBA Finals
1988–89 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 (.695) Lost NBA Finals
1989–90 Los Angeles Lakers^ 63–19 (.768) Lost Conference Semifinals
1990–91 Portland Trail Blazers^ 63–19 (.768) Lost Conference Finals
1991–92 Portland Trail Blazers 57–25 (.695) Lost NBA Finals
1992–93 Phoenix Suns^ 62–20 (.756) Lost NBA Finals
1993–94 Seattle SuperSonics^ 63–19 (.768) Lost First Round
1994–95 Phoenix Suns 59–23 (.720) Lost Conference Semifinals
1995–96 Seattle SuperSonics 64–18 (.780) Lost NBA Finals
1996–97 Seattle SuperSonics 57–25 (.695) Lost Conference Semifinals
1997–98 Seattle SuperSonics 61–21 (.744) Lost Conference Semifinals
1998–99[a] Portland Trail Blazers 35–15 (.700) Lost Conference Finals
1999–00 Los Angeles Lakers^ 67–15 (.817) Won NBA Finals
2000–01 Los Angeles Lakers 56–26 (.683) Won NBA Finals
2001–02 Sacramento Kings^ 61–21 (.744) Lost Conference Finals
2002–03 Sacramento Kings 59–23 (.720) Lost Conference Semifinals
2003–04 Los Angeles Lakers 56–26 (.683) Lost NBA Finals
2004–05 Phoenix Suns^ 62–20 (.756) Lost Conference Finals
2005–06 Phoenix Suns 54–28 (.659) Lost Conference Finals
2006–07 Phoenix Suns 61–21 (.744) Lost Conference Semifinals
2007–08 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 (.695) Lost NBA Finals
2008–09 Los Angeles Lakers 65–17 (.793) Won NBA Finals
2009–10 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 (.695) Won NBA Finals
2010–11 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 (.695) Lost Conference Semifinals
2011–12[b] Los Angeles Lakers 41–25 (.621) Lost Conference Semifinals
2012–13 Los Angeles Clippers 56–26 (.683) Lost First Round
2013–14 Los Angeles Clippers 57–25 (.695) Lost Conference Semifinals
2014–15 Golden State Warriors^ 67–15 (.817) Won NBA Finals
2015–16 Golden State Warriors^ 73–9 (.890) Lost NBA Finals
2016–17 Golden State Warriors^ 67–15 (.817) Won NBA Finals

Titles by team[edit]

^ Denotes team that has left the division
Team Titles Season(s) won
Los Angeles Lakers 23 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1973–74, 1976–77, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1999–00, 2000–01, 2003–04, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12
Phoenix Suns 6 1980–81, 1992–93, 1994–95, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07
Golden State Warriors 5 1974–75, 1975–76, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17
Seattle SuperSonics^ (now Oklahoma City Thunder) 5 1978–79, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98
Portland Trail Blazers^ 4 1977–78, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1998–99
Sacramento Kings 2 2001–02, 2002–03
Los Angeles Clippers 2 2012–13, 2013–14

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 Los Angeles* (48–34) San Francisco* (41–41) San Diego (40–42) Seattle (38–44) Portland (29–53)
1971–72 Los Angeles^ (69–13) Golden State* (51–31) Seattle (47–35) Houston (34–48) Portland (18–64)
1972–73 Los Angeles+ (60–22) Golden State* (47–35) Phoenix (38–44) Seattle (26–56) Portland (21–61)
1973–74 Los Angeles* (47–35) Golden State (44–38) Seattle (36–46) Phoenix (30–52) Portland (27–55)
1974–75 Golden State^ (48–34) Seattle* (43–39) Portland (38–44) Phoenix (32–50) Los Angeles (30–52)
1975–76 Golden State* (59–23) Seattle* (43–39) Phoenix+ (42–40) Los Angeles (40–42) Portland (37–45)
1976–77 Los Angeles* (53–29) Portland^ (49–33) Golden State* (46–36) Seattle (40–42) Phoenix (34–48)
1977–78 Portland* (58–24) Phoenix* (49–33) Seattle+ (47–35) Los Angeles* (45–37) Golden State (43–39)
1978–79 Seattle^ (52–30) Phoenix* (50–32) Los Angeles* (47–35) Portland* (45–37) San Diego (43–39) Golden State (38–44)
1979–80 Los Angeles^ (60–22) Seattle* (56–26) Phoenix* (55–27) Portland* (38–44) San Diego (35–47) Golden State (24–58)
1980–81 Phoenix* (57–25) Los Angeles* (54–28) Portland* (45–37) Golden State (39–43) San Diego (36–46) Seattle (34–48)
1981–82 Los Angeles^ (57–25) Seattle* (52–30) Phoenix* (46–36) Golden State (45–37) Portland (42–40) San Diego (17–65)
1982–83 Los Angeles+ (58–24) Phoenix* (53–29) Seattle* (48–34) Portland* (46–36) Golden State (30–52) San Diego (25–57)
1983–84 Los Angeles+ (54–28) Portland* (48–34) Seattle* (42–40) Phoenix* (41–41) Golden State (37–45) San Diego (30–52)
1984–85 L.A. Lakers^ (62–20) Portland* (42–40) Phoenix* (36–46) Seattle (31–51) L.A. Clippers (31–51) Golden State (22–60)
1985–86 L.A. Lakers* (62–20) Portland* (40–42) Phoenix (32–50) L.A. Clippers (32–50) Seattle (31–51) Golden State (30–52)
1986–87 L.A. Lakers^ (65–17) Portland* (49–33) Golden State* (42–40) Seattle* (39–43) Phoenix (36–46) L.A. Clippers (12–70)
1987–88 L.A. Lakers^ (62–20) Portland* (53–29) Seattle* (44–38) Phoenix (28–54) Golden State (20–62) L.A. Clippers (17–65)
1988–89 L.A. Lakers+ (57–25) Phoenix* (55–27) Seattle* (47–35) Golden State* (43–39) Portland* (39–43) Sacramento (27–55) L.A. Clippers (21–61)
1989–90 L.A. Lakers* (63–19) Portland+ (59–23) Phoenix* (54–28) Seattle (41–41) Golden State (37–45) L.A. Clippers (30–52) Sacramento (23–59)
1990–91 Portland* (63–19) L.A. Lakers+ (58–24) Phoenix* (55–27) Golden State* (44–38) Seattle* (41–41) L.A. Clippers (31–51) Sacramento (25–57)
1991–92 Portland+ (57–25) Golden State* (55–27) Phoenix* (53–29) Seattle* (47–35) L.A. Clippers* (45–37) L.A. Lakers* (43–39) Sacramento (29–53)
1992–93 Phoenix+ (62–20) Seattle* (55–27) Portland* (51–31) L.A. Clippers* (41–41) L.A. Lakers* (39–43) Golden State (34–48) Sacramento (25–57)
1993–94 Seattle* (63–19) Phoenix* (56–26) Golden State* (50–32) Portland* (47–35) L.A. Lakers (33–49) Sacramento (28–54) L.A. Clippers (27–55)
1994–95 Phoenix* (59–23) Seattle* (57–25) L.A. Lakers* (48–34) Portland* (44–38) Sacramento (39–43) Golden State (26–56) L.A. Clippers (17–65)
1995–96 Seattle+ (64–18) L.A. Lakers* (53–29) Portland* (44–38) Phoenix* (41–41) Sacramento* (39–43) Golden State (36–46) L.A. Clippers (29–53)
1996–97 Seattle* (57–25) L.A. Lakers* (56–26) Portland* (49–33) Phoenix* (40–42) L.A. Clippers* (36–46) Sacramento (34–48) Golden State (30–52)
1997–98 Seattle* (61–21) L.A. Lakers* (61–21) Phoenix* (56–26) Portland* (46–36) Sacramento (27–55) Golden State (19–63) L.A. Clippers (17–65)
1998–99[a] Portland* (35–15) L.A. Lakers* (31–19) Phoenix* (27–23) Sacramento* (37–13) Seattle (25–25) Golden State (21–29) L.A. Clippers (9–41)
1999–00 L.A. Lakers^ (67–15) Portland* (59–23) Phoenix* (53–29) Seattle* (45–37) Sacramento* (44–38) Golden State (19–63) L.A. Clippers (15–67)
2000–01 L.A. Lakers^ (56–26) Sacramento* (55–27) Phoenix* (51–31) Portland* (50–32) Seattle (44–38) L.A. Clippers (31–51) Golden State (17–65)
2001–02 Sacramento* (61–21) L.A. Lakers^ (58–24) Portland* (49–33) Seattle* (45–37) L.A. Clippers (39–43) Phoenix (36–46) Golden State (21–61)
2002–03 Sacramento* (59–23) L.A. Lakers* (50–32) Portland* (50–32) Phoenix* (44–38) Seattle (40–42) Golden State (38–44) L.A. Clippers (27–55)
2003–04 L.A. Lakers+ (56–26) Sacramento* (55–27) Portland (41–41) Golden State (37–45) Seattle (37–45) Phoenix (29–53) L.A. Clippers (28–54)
2004–05 Phoenix* (62–20) Sacramento* (50–32) L.A. Clippers (37–45) L.A. Lakers (34–48) Golden State (34–48)
2005–06 Phoenix* (54–28) L.A. Clippers* (47–35) L.A. Lakers* (45–37) Sacramento* (44–38) Golden State (34–48)
2006–07 Phoenix* (61–21) L.A. Lakers* (42–40) Golden State* (42–40) L.A. Clippers (40–42) Sacramento (33–49)
2007–08 L.A. Lakers+ (57–25) Phoenix* (55–27) Golden State (48–34) Sacramento (38–44) L.A. Clippers (23–59)
2008–09 L.A. Lakers^ (65–17) Phoenix (46–36) Golden State (29–53) L.A. Clippers (19–63) Sacramento (17–65)
2009–10 L.A. Lakers^ (57–25) Phoenix* (54–28) L.A. Clippers (29–53) Golden State (26–56) Sacramento (25–57)
2010–11 L.A. Lakers* (57–25) Phoenix (40–42) Golden State (36–46) L.A. Clippers (32–50) Sacramento (24–58)
2011–12[b] L.A. Lakers* (41–25) L.A. Clippers* (40–26) Phoenix (33–33) Golden State (23–43) Sacramento (22–44)
2012–13 L.A. Clippers* (56–26) Golden State* (47–35) L.A. Lakers* (45–37) Sacramento (28–54) Phoenix (25–57)
2013–14 L.A. Clippers* (57–25) Golden State* (51–31) Phoenix (48–34) Sacramento (28–54) L.A. Lakers (27–57)
2014–15 Golden State^ (67–15) L.A. Clippers* (56–26) Phoenix (39–43) Sacramento (29–53) L.A. Lakers (21–61)
2015–16 Golden State+ (73–9) L.A. Clippers* (53–29) Sacramento (33–49) Phoenix (23–59) L.A. Lakers (17–65)
2016–17 Golden State^ (67–15) L.A. Clippers* (51–31) Sacramento (32–50) L.A. Lakers (26–56) Phoenix (24–58)

Rivalries[edit]

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Los Angeles Clippers[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.[2]
  • b 1 2 Because of a lockout, the season did not start until December 25, 2011, and all 30 teams played a shortened 66-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. ^ 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. 
  3. ^ Jenkins, Lee (December 5, 2011). "'tis The Season". CNN Sports Illustrated. Time Warner Company. Retrieved April 30, 2012. 

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