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Western Conference
Western Conference (NBA) logo 2018.png
League National Basketball Association
Sport Basketball
Formerly Western Division
(1946–1970)
Founded 1970
Teams
No. of teams 15
Championships
Most recent Western Conference champion(s) Golden State Warriors
(7th title)
Most Western Conference titles Los Angeles Lakers
(31 titles)

The Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA) is one of two conferences that makes up the league, the other being the Eastern 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.

Current standings[edit]

Western Conference
# Team W L PCT GB GP
1 zHouston Rockets * 65 17 .793 82
2 yGolden State Warriors * 58 24 .707 7.0 82
3 yPortland Trail Blazers * 49 33 .598 16.0 82
4 xOklahoma City Thunder 48 34 .585 17.0 82
5 xUtah Jazz 48 34 .585 17.0 82
6 xNew Orleans Pelicans 48 34 .585 17.0 82
7 xSan Antonio Spurs 47 35 .573 18.0 82
8 xMinnesota Timberwolves 47 35 .573 18.0 82
9 Denver Nuggets 46 36 .561 19.0 82
10 Los Angeles Clippers 42 40 .512 23.0 82
11 Los Angeles Lakers 35 47 .427 30.0 82
12 Sacramento Kings 27 55 .329 38.0 82
13 Dallas Mavericks 24 58 .293 41.0 82
14 Memphis Grizzlies 22 60 .268 43.0 82
15 Phoenix Suns 21 61 .256 44.0 82

Notes

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

Teams[edit]

Team Division Location Year From
Joined
Dallas Mavericks Southwest Dallas, Texas 1989–present dagger
Denver Nuggets Northwest Denver, Colorado 1976–present ABAdouble-dagger
Golden State Warriors Pacific Oakland, California 1962–present Eastern Division
Houston Rockets Southwest Houston, Texas 1967–present dagger
Eastern Conference
Los Angeles Clippers Pacific Los Angeles, California 1978–present Eastern Conference
Los Angeles Lakers Pacific Los Angeles, California 1948–present dagger
Memphis Grizzlies Southwest Memphis, Tennessee 1995–present dagger
Minnesota Timberwolves Northwest Minneapolis, Minnesota 1989–present dagger
New Orleans Pelicans Southwest New Orleans, Louisiana[a] 2004–present Eastern Conference
Oklahoma City Thunder Northwest Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1967–present dagger
Phoenix Suns Pacific Phoenix, Arizona 1968–present dagger
Portland Trail Blazers Northwest Portland, Oregon 1970–present dagger
Sacramento Kings Pacific Sacramento, California 1948–present dagger
Eastern Conference
San Antonio Spurs Southwest San Antonio, Texas 1980–present Eastern Conference
Utah Jazz Northwest Salt Lake City, Utah 1979–present Eastern Conference

Former teams[edit]

Team Location Year From Year To Current conference
Joined Left
Anderson Packers Anderson, Indiana 1949 dagger 1950 Defunct Defunct
Tri-Cities Blackhawks (19491951)
Milwaukee Hawks (19511955)
St. Louis Hawks (19551968)
Atlanta Hawks (1968–present)
Moline, Illinois
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
St. Louis, Missouri
Atlanta, Georgia
1949 —* 1970 Eastern Conference Eastern Conference
Baltimore Bullets Baltimore, Maryland 1947 dagger 1948 Eastern Division Defunct
Charlotte Hornets Charlotte, North Carolina 1989 Eastern Conference 1990 Eastern Conference Eastern Conference
Chicago Bulls Chicago, Illinois 1966 dagger 1980 Eastern Conference Eastern Conference
Chicago Packers (1961–1962)
Chicago Zephyrs (1962–1963)
Baltimore Bullets (19621973)
Chicago, Illinois
Baltimore, Maryland
1961 dagger 1966 Eastern Division Eastern Conference
(as Washington Wizards)
Chicago Stags Chicago, Illinois 1946 1949 Central Division Defunct
Cleveland Rebels Cleveland, Ohio 1946 1947 Defunct Defunct
Denver Nuggets Denver, Colorado 1949 —* 1950 Defunct Defunct
Detroit Falcons Detroit, Michigan 1946 1947 Defunct Defunct
Fort Wayne Pistons (19481957)
Detroit Pistons (1957–present)
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Detroit, Michigan
1948
1950
1970
—*
Central Division
Eastern Division
1949
1967
1978
Central Division
Eastern Division
Eastern Conference
Eastern Conference
Indiana Pacers Indianapolis, Indiana 1976 ABAdouble-dagger 1979 Eastern Conference Eastern Conference
Indianapolis Jets Indianapolis, Indiana 1948 —* 1949 Defunct Defunct
Indianapolis Olympians Indianapolis, Indiana 1949 dagger 1953 Defunct Defunct
Miami Heat Miami, Florida 1988 dagger 1989 Eastern Conference Eastern Conference
Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1970 Eastern Conference 1980 Eastern Conference Eastern Conference
Orlando Magic Orlando, Florida 1990 Eastern Conference 1991 Eastern Conference Eastern Conference
Pittsburgh Ironmen Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1946 1947 Defunct Defunct
Sheboygan Red Skins Sheboygan, Wisconsin 1949 —* 1950 Defunct Defunct
St. Louis Bombers St. Louis, Missouri 1946 1949 Central Division Defunct
Washington Capitols Washington, D.C. 1947 dagger 1948 Eastern Division Defunct
Waterloo Hawks Waterloo, Iowa 1949 —* 1950 Defunct Defunct
Notes

Team timeline[edit]

Denotes team that currently in the conference
Denotes team that has left the conference
New Orleans Pelicans Memphis Grizzlies Orlando Magic Charlotte Hornets (NBA) Minnesota Timberwolves Miami Heat San Antonio Spurs Dallas Mavericks Utah Jazz Los Angeles Clippers Denver Nuggets Indiana Pacers Portland Trail Blazers Milwaukee Bucks Phoenix Suns Seattle SuperSonics Houston Rockets Chicago Bulls Golden State Warriors Washington Wizards Atlanta Hawks Denver Nuggets (original) Indianapolis Olympians Waterloo Hawks Sheboygan Red Skins Anderson Packers Sacramento Kings Los Angeles Lakers Detroit Pistons Indianapolis Jets Washington Capitols Baltimore Bullets (1944–1954) St. Louis Bombers (NBA) Chicago Stags Pittsburgh Ironmen Detroit Falcons (basketball) Cleveland Rebels

Conference champions[edit]

Western Conference was named Western 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 Playoffs result
1946–47 Chicago Stags 39–22 (.639) Lost BAA Finals 1–4
1947–48 Baltimore Bullets 28–20 (.583) Won BAA Finals 4–2
1948–49 Minneapolis Lakers 44–16 (.733) Won BAA Finals 4–2
1949–50 Anderson Packers[b] 37–27 (.578) Lost NBA Semifinals 0–2
1950–51 Rochester Royals 41–27 (.603) Won NBA Finals 4–3
1951–52 Minneapolis Lakers 40–26 (.606) Won NBA Finals 4–3
1952–53 Minneapolis Lakers^ 48–22 (.686) Won NBA Finals 4–1
1953–54 Minneapolis Lakers^ 46–26 (.639) Won NBA Finals 4–3
1954–55 Fort Wayne Pistons^ 43–29 (.597) Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1955–56 Fort Wayne Pistons 37–35 (.514) Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1956–57 St. Louis Hawks 34–38 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1957–58 St. Louis Hawks 41–31 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1958–59 Minneapolis Lakers 49–23 Lost NBA Finals 0–4
1959–60 St. Louis Hawks 41–31 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1960–61 St. Louis Hawks 51–28 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1961–62 Los Angeles Lakers 54–26 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1962–63 Los Angeles Lakers 53–27 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1963–64 San Francisco Warriors 48–32 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1964–65 Los Angeles Lakers 49–31 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1965–66 Los Angeles Lakers 45–35 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1966–67 San Francisco Warriors 44–37 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1967–68 Los Angeles Lakers 52–30 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1968–69 Los Angeles Lakers 55–27 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1969–70 Los Angeles Lakers 46–36 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1970–71 Milwaukee Bucks^ 66–16 Won NBA Finals 4–0
1971–72 Los Angeles Lakers^ 69–13 Won NBA Finals 4–1
1972–73 Los Angeles Lakers 60–22 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1973–74 Milwaukee Bucks^ 59–23 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1974–75 Golden State Warriors 59–23 Won NBA Finals 4–0
1975–76 Phoenix Suns 52–30 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1976–77 Portland Trail Blazers 49–33 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1977–78 Seattle SuperSonics 46–36 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1978–79 Seattle SuperSonics 52–30 Won NBA Finals 4–1
1979–80 Los Angeles Lakers 60-22 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1980–81 Houston Rockets 40–42 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1981–82 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1982–83 Los Angeles Lakers 58–24 Lost NBA Finals 0–4
1983–84 Los Angeles Lakers 54–28 Lost NBA Finals 3–4
1984–85 Los Angeles Lakers 62–20 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1985–86 Houston Rockets 51–31 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1986–87 Los Angeles Lakers^ 65–17 Won NBA Finals 4–2
1987–88 Los Angeles Lakers^ 62–20 Won NBA Finals 4–3
1988–89 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 Lost NBA Finals 0–4
1989–90 Portland Trail Blazers 59–23 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1990–91 Los Angeles Lakers 58–24 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
1991–92 Portland Trail Blazers 57–25 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1992–93 Phoenix Suns^ 62–20 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1993–94 Houston Rockets 58–24 Won NBA Finals 4–3
1994–95 Houston Rockets 47–35 Won NBA Finals 4–0
1995–96 Seattle SuperSonics 64–18 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1996–97 Utah Jazz 64–18 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1997–98 Utah Jazz^ 62–20 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
1998–99 San Antonio Spurs^ 37–13 Won NBA Finals 4–1
1999–00 Los Angeles Lakers^ 67–15 Won NBA Finals 4–2
2000–01 Los Angeles Lakers 56–26 Won NBA Finals 4–1
2001–02 Los Angeles Lakers 58–24 Won NBA Finals 4–0
2002–03 San Antonio Spurs^ 60–22 Won NBA Finals 4–2
2003–04 Los Angeles Lakers 56–26 Lost NBA Finals 1–4
2004–05 San Antonio Spurs 59–23 Won NBA Finals 4–3
2005–06 Dallas Mavericks 60–22 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
2006–07 San Antonio Spurs 58–24 Won NBA Finals 4–0
2007–08 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 Lost NBA Finals 2–4
2008–09 Los Angeles Lakers 65–17 Won NBA Finals 4–1
2009–10 Los Angeles Lakers 57–25 Won NBA Finals, 4–3
2010–11 Dallas Mavericks 57–25 Won NBA Finals, 4–2
2011–12 Oklahoma City Thunder 47–19 Lost NBA Finals, 1–4
2012–13 San Antonio Spurs 58–24 Lost NBA Finals, 3–4
2013–14 San Antonio Spurs^ 62–20 Won NBA Finals, 4–1
2014–15 Golden State Warriors^ 67–15 Won NBA Finals, 4–2[1]
2015–16 Golden State Warriors^ 73–9 Lost NBA Finals, 3–4
2016–17 Golden State Warriors^ 67–15 Won NBA Finals, 4–1
2017–18 Golden State Warriors 58–24 Won NBA Finals, 4–1

List of Western Conference teams with the most conference championships[edit]

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 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
  • 1946: The Western Division was formed with five inaugural members.
1946–47 Chicago+
(39–22)
St. Louis*
(38–23)
Cleveland*
(30–30)
Detroit
(20–40)
Pittsburgh
(15–45)
1947–48 St. Louis*
(29–19)
Baltimore^
(28–20)
Chicago*
(28–20)
Washington*
(28–20)
1948–49 Rochester*
(45–15)
Minneapolis^
(44–16)
Chicago*
(38–22)
St. Louis*
(29–31)
Fort Wayne
(22–38)
Indianapolis
(18–42)
1949–50 Indianapolis*
(39–25)
Anderson*
(37–27)
Tri-Cities*
(29–35)
Sheboygan*
(22–40)
Waterloo
(19–43)
Denver
(11–51)
1950–51 Minneapolis*
(44–24)
Rochester^
(41–27)
Fort Wayne*
(32–36)
Indianapolis*
(31–37)
Tri-Cities
(25–43)
1951–52 Rochester*
(41–25)
Minneapolis^
(40–26)
Indianapolis*
(34–32)
Fort Wayne*
(29–37)
Milwaukee
(17–49)
1952–53 Minneapolis^
(48–22)
Rochester*
(44–26)
Fort Wayne*
(36–33)
Indianapolis*
(28–43)
Milwaukee
(27–44)
1953–54 Minneapolis^
(46–26)
Rochester*
(44–28)
Fort Wayne*
(40–32)
Milwaukee
(21–51)
1954–55 Fort Wayne+
(43–29)
Minneapolis*
(40–32)
Rochester*
(29–43)
Milwaukee
(26–46)
1955–56 Fort Wayne+
(37–35)
Minneapolis*
(33–39)
Milwaukee*
(33–39)
Rochester
(31–41)
1956–57 St. Louis+
(34–38)
Minneapolis*
(34–38)
Fort Wayne*
(34–38)
Rochester
(31–41)
1957–58 St. Louis^
(41–31)
Detroit*
(33–39)
Cincinnati*
(33–39)
Minneapolis
(19–53)
1958–59 St. Louis^
(49–23)
Minneapolis+
(33–39)
Detroit*
(28–44)
Cincinnati
(19–53)
1959–60 St. Louis+
(41–31)
Detroit*
(30–45)
Minneapolis*
(25–50)
Cincinnati
(19–56)
1960–61 St. Louis+
(51–28)
Los Angeles*
(36–43)
Detroit*
(34–45)
Cincinnati
(33–46)
1961–62 Los Angeles+
(54–26)
Cincinnati*
(43–37)
Detroit*
(37–43)
St. Louis
(29–51)
Chicago
(18–62)
1962–63 Los Angeles+
(53–27)
St. Louis*
(48–32)
Detroit*
(34–46)
San Francisco
(31–49)
Chicago
(25–55)
1963–64 San Francisco+
(48–32)
St. Louis*
(46–34)
Los Angeles*
(42–38)
Baltimore
(31–49)
Detroit
(23–57)
1964–65 Los Angeles+
(49–31)
St. Louis*
(45–35)
Baltimore*
(37–43)
Detroit
(31–49)
San Francisco
(17–63)
1965–66 Los Angeles+
(45–35)
St. Louis*
(38–42)
Baltimore*
(36–44)
San Francisco
(35–45)
Detroit
(22–58)
1966–67 San Francisco+
(44–37)
St. Louis*
(39–42)
Los Angeles*
(36–45)
Chicago*
(33–48)
Detroit
(30–51)
1967–68 St. Louis*
(56–26)
Los Angeles+
(52–30)
San Francisco*
(43–39)
Chicago*
(29–53)
Seattle
(23–59)
San Diego
(15–67)
1968–69 Los Angeles+
(55–27)
Atlanta*
(48–34)
San Francisco*
(41–41)
San Diego*
(37–45)
Chicago
(33–49)
Seattle
(30–52)
Phoenix
(16–66)
1969–70 Atlanta*
(48–34)
Los Angeles+
(46–36)
Phoenix*
(39–43)
Chicago*
(39–43)
Seattle
(36–46)
San Francisco
(30–52)
San Diego
(27–55)
The Western Division became the Western Conference.
1970–71 Milwaukee^
(66–16)
Los Angeles*
(48–34)
Chicago*
(51–31)
San Francisco*
(41–41)
Phoenix
(48–34)
Detroit
(45–37)
San Diego
(40–42)
Seattle
(38–44)
Portland
(29–53)
1971–72 Los Angeles^
(69–13)
Milwaukee*
(63–19)
Chicago*
(57–25)
Golden State*
(51–31)
Phoenix
(49–33)
Seattle
(47–35)
Houston
(34–48)
Detroit
(26–56)
Portland
(18–64)
1972–73 Milwaukee*
(60–22)
Los Angeles+
(60–22)
Chicago*
(51–31)
Golden State*
(47–35)
Detroit
(40–42)
Phoenix
(38–44)
Kansas City
-Omaha
(36–46)
Seattle
(26–56)
Portland
(21–61)
1973–74 Milwaukee+
(59–23)
Los Angeles*
(47–35)
Chicago*
(54–28)
Detroit*
(52–30)
Golden State
(44–38)
Seattle
(36–46)
Kansas City
-Omaha
(33–49)
Phoenix
(30–52)
Portland
(27–55)
1974–75 Golden State^
(48–34)
Chicago*
(47–35)
Kansas City
-Omaha
* (44–38)
Seattle*
(43–39)
Detroit*
(40–42)
Portland
(38–44)
Milwaukee
(38–44)
Phoenix
(32–50)
Los Angeles
(30–52)
1975–76 Golden State*
(59–23)
Milwaukee*
(47–35)
Seattle*
(54–28)
Phoenix+
(52–30)
Detroit*
(44–38)
Los Angeles
(36–46)
Portland
(33–49)
Kansas City
(30–52)
Chicago
(27–55)
1976–77 Los Angeles*
(53–29)
Denver*
(50–32)
Portland^
(49–33)
Golden State*
(46–36)
Detroit*
(44–38)
Chicago*
(44–38)
Seattle
(40–42)
Kansas City
(40–42)
Indiana
(36–46)
Phoenix
(34–48)
Milwaukee
(30–52)
1977–78 Portland*
(58-24)
Denver*
(50–32)
Phoenix*
(49–33)
Seattle+
(46–36)
Los Angeles*
(44–38)
Milwaukee*
(44–38)
Golden State
(40–42)
Chicago
(40–42)
Detroit
(36–46)
Kansas City
(34–48)
Indiana
(30–52)
1978–79 Seattle^
(52–30)
Kansas City*
(48–34)
Phoenix*
(50–32)
Denver*
(47–35)
Los Angeles*
(47–35)
Portland*
(45–37)
San Diego
(43–39)
Milwaukee
(38–44)
Golden State
(38–44)
Indiana
(38–44)
Chicago
(31–51)
1979–80 Los Angeles^
(60–22)
Milwaukee*
(48–34)
Seattle*
(50–32)
Phoenix*
(47–35)
Kansas City*
(47–35)
Portland*
(45–37)
San Diego
(43–39)
Denver
(38–44)
Golden State
(38–44)
Chicago
(38–44)
Utah
(31–51)
1980–81 Phoenix*
(57–25)
San Antonio*
(52–30)
Los Angeles*
(54–28)
Portland*
(45–37)
Kansas City*
(40–42)
Houston+
(40–42)
Golden State
(39–43)
Denver
(37–45)
San Diego
(36–46)
Seattle
(34–48)
Utah
(28–54)
Dallas
(15–67)
1981–82 Los Angeles^
(57–25)
San Antonio*
(48–34)
Seattle*
(52–30)
Denver*
(46–36)
Phoenix*
(46–36)
Houston*
(46–36)
Golden State
(45–37)
Portland
(42–40)
Kansas City
(30–52)
Dallas
(28–54)
Utah
(25–57)
San Diego
(17–65)
1982–83 Los Angeles+
(58–24)
San Antonio*
(53–29)
Phoenix*
(53–29)
Seattle*
(48–34)
Portland*
(46–36)
Denver*
(46–37)
Kansas City
(46–37)
Dallas
(38–44)
Golden State
(30–52)
Utah
(30–52)
San Diego
(25–57)
Houston
(14–68)
1983–84 Los Angeles+
(54–28)
Utah*
(45–37)
Portland*
(48–34)
Dallas*
(43–39)
Seattle*
(42–40)
Phoenix*
(41–41)
Denver*
(38–44)
Kansas City*
(38–44)
Golden State
(37–45)
San Antonio
(37–45)
San Diego
(30–52)
Houston
(29–53)
1984–85 L.A. Lakers^
(62–20)
Denver*
(52–30)
Houston*
(48–34)
Dallas*
(44–38)
Portland*
(42–40)
Utah*
(41–41)
San Antonio*
(41–41)
Phoenix*
(36–46)
Kansas City
(31–51)
Seattle
(31–51)
L.A. Clippers
(31–51)
Golden State
(22–60)
1985–86 L.A. Lakers*
(62–20)
Houston+
(51–31)
Denver*
(47–35)
Dallas*
(44–38)
Utah*
(42–40)
Portland*
(40–42)
Sacramento*
(37–45)
San Antonio*
(35–47)
Phoenix
(32–50)
L.A. Clippers
(32–50)
Seattle
(31–51)
Golden State
(30–52)
1986–87 L.A. Lakers^
(65–17)
Dallas*
(55–27)
Portland*
(49–33)
Utah*
(44–38)
Golden State*
(42–40)
Houston*
(42–40)
Seattle*
(39–43)
Denver*
(37–45)
Phoenix
(36–46)
Sacramento
(29–53)
San Antonio
(28–54)
L.A. Clippers
(12–70)
1987–88 L.A. Lakers^
(62–20)
Denver*
(54–28)
Dallas*
(53–29)
Portland*
(53–29)
Utah*
(47–35)
Houston*
(46–36)
Seattle*
(44–38)
San Antonio*
(31–51)
Phoenix
(28–54)
Sacramento
(24–58)
Golden State
(20–62)
L.A. Clippers
(17–65)
1988–89 L.A. Lakers+
(57–25)
Utah*
(51–31)
Phoenix*
(55–27)
Seattle*
(47–35)
Houston*
(45–37)
Denver*
(44–38)
Golden State*
(43–39)
Portland*
(39–43)
Dallas
(38–44)
Sacramento
(27–55)
L.A. Clippers
(21–61)
San Antonio
(21–61)
Miami
(15–67)
1989–90 L.A. Lakers*
(63–19)
San Antonio*
(56–26)
Portland+
(59–23)
Utah*
(55–27)
Phoenix*
(54–28)
Dallas*
(47–35)
Denver*
(43–39)
Houston*
(41–41)
Seattle
(41–41)
Golden State
(37–45)
L.A. Clippers
(30–52)
Sacramento
(23–59)
Minnesota
(22–60)
Charlotte
(19–63)
1990–91 Portland*
(63–19)
San Antonio*
(55–27)
L.A. Lakers+
(58–24)
Phoenix*
(55–27)
Utah*
(54–28)
Houston*
(52–30)
Golden State*
(44–38)
Seattle*
(41–41)
Orlando
(31–51)
L.A. Clippers
(32–51)
Minnesota
(29–53)
Dallas
(28–54)
Sacramento
(25–57)
Denver
(20–62)
1991–92 Portland+
(57–25)
Utah*
(55–27)
Golden State*
(55–27)
Phoenix*
(53–29)
San Antonio*
(47–35)
Seattle*
(47–35)
L.A. Clippers*
(45–37)
L.A. Lakers*
(43–39)
Houston
(42–40)
Sacramento
(29–53)
Denver
(24–58)
Dallas
(22–60)
Minnesota
(15–67)
1992–93 Phoenix+
(62–20)
Houston*
(55–27)
Seattle*
(55–27)
Portland*
(51–31)
San Antonio*
(49–33)
Utah*
(47–35)
L.A. Clippers*
(41–41)
L.A. Lakers*
(39–43)
Denver
(36–46)
Golden State
(34–48)
Sacramento
(25–57)
Minnesota
(19–63)
Dallas
(11–71)
1993–94 Seattle*
(63–19)
Houston^
(58–24)
Phoenix*
(56–26)
San Antonio*
(55–27)
Utah*
(53–39)
Golden State*
(50–32)
Portland*
(47–35)
Denver*
(42–40)
L.A. Lakers
(33–49)
Sacramento
(28–54)
L.A. Clippers
(27–55)
Minnesota
(20–62)
Dallas
(13–69)
1994–95 San Antonio*
(62–20)
Phoenix*
(59–23)
Utah*
(60–22)
Seattle*
(57–25)
L.A. Lakers*
(48–34)
Houston^
(47–35)
Portland*
(44–38)
Denver*
(41–41)
Sacramento
(39–43)
Dallas
(36–46)
Golden State
(26–56)
Minnesota
(21–61)
L.A. Clippers
(17–65)
1995–96 Seattle+
(64–18)
San Antonio*
(59–23)
Utah*
(55–27)
L.A. Lakers*
(53–29)
Houston*
(48–34)
Portland*
(44–38)
Phoenix*
(41–41)
Sacramento*
(39–43)
Golden State
(36–46)
Denver
(35–47)
L.A. Clippers
(29–53)
Minnesota
(26–56)
Dallas
(26–56)
Vancouver
(15–67)
1996–97 Utah+
(64–18)
Seattle*
(57–25)
Houston*
(57–25)
L.A. Lakers*
(56–26)
Portland*
(49–33)
Minnesota*
(40–42)
Phoenix*
(40–42)
L.A. Clippers*
(36–46)
Sacramento
(34–48)
Golden State
(30–52)
Dallas
(24–58)
Denver
(21–61)
San Antonio
(20–62)
Vancouver
(14–68)
1997–98 Utah+
(62–20)
Seattle*
(61–21)
L.A. Lakers*
(61–21)
Phoenix*
(56–26)
San Antonio*
(56–26)
Portland*
(46–36)
Minnesota*
(45–37)
Houston*
(41–41)
Sacramento
(27–55)
Dallas
(20–62)
Vancouver
(19–63)
Golden State
(19–63)
L.A. Clippers
(17–65)
Denver
(11–71)
1998–99 San Antonio^
(37–13)
Utah*
(37–13)
Portland*
(35–15)
L.A. Lakers*
(31–19)
Houston*
(31–19)
Phoenix*
(27–23)
Sacramento*
(27–23)
Minnesota*
(25–25)
Seattle
(25–25)
Golden State
(21–29)
Dallas
(19–31)
Denver
(14–36)
L.A. Clippers
(9–41)
Vancouver
(8–42)
1999–00 L.A. Lakers^
(67–15)
Utah*
(55–27)
Portland*
(59–23)
San Antonio*
(53–29)
Phoenix*
(53–29)
Minnesota*
(50–32)
Seattle*
(45–37)
Sacramento*
(44–38)
Dallas
(40–42)
Denver
(35–47)
Houston
(34–48)
Vancouver
(22–60)
Golden State
(19–63)
L.A. Clippers
(15–67)
2000–01 San Antonio*
(58–24)
L.A. Lakers^
(56–26)
Sacramento*
(55–27)
Utah*
(53–29)
Dallas*
(53–29)
Phoenix*
(53–29)
Portland*
(50–32)
Minnesota*
(47–35)
Houston
(45–37)
Seattle
(44–38)
Denver
(40–42)
L.A. Clippers
(31–51)
Vancouver
(23–59)
Golden State
(17–65)
2001–02 Sacramento*
(61–21)
San Antonio*
(58–24)
L.A. Lakers^
(56–26)
Dallas*
(53–29)
Minnesota*
(53–29)
Portland*
(53–29)
Seattle*
(50–32)
Utah*
(47–35)
L.A. Clippers
(45–37)
Phoenix
(44–38)
Houston
(40–42)
Denver
(31–51)
Memphis
(23–59)
Golden State
(17–65)
2002–03 San Antonio^
(60–22)
Sacramento*
(59–23)
Dallas*
(60–22)
Minnesota*
(51–31)
L.A. Lakers*
(50–32)
Portland*
(50–32)
Utah*
(47–35)
Phoenix*
(44–38)
Houston
(43–39)
Seattle
(40–42)
Golden State
(38–44)
Memphis
(28–54)
L.A. Clippers
(27–55)
Denver
(17–65)
2003–04 Minnesota*
(58–24)
L.A. Lakers+
(56–26)
San Antonio*
(57–25)
Sacramento*
(55–27)
Dallas*
(52–30)
Memphis*
(50–32)
Houston*
(45–37)
Denver*
(43–39)
Utah
(42–40)
Portland
(41–41)
Golden State
(37–45)
Seattle
(37–45)
Phoenix
(29–53)
L.A. Clippers
(28–54)
2004–05 Phoenix*
(62–20)
San Antonio^
(59–23)
Seattle*
(52–30)
Dallas*
(58–24)
Houston*
(51–31)
Sacramento*
(50–32)
Denver*
(49–33)
Memphis*
(45–37)
Minnesota
(44–38)
L.A. Clippers
(37–45)
L.A. Lakers
(34–48)
Golden State
(34–48)
Portland
(27–55)
Utah
(26–56)
New Orleans
(18–64)
2005–06 San Antonio*
(63–19)
Phoenix*
(54–28)
Denver*
(44–38)
Dallas+
(60–22)
Memphis*
(49–33)
L.A. Clippers*
(47–35)
L.A. Lakers*
(45–37)
Sacramento*
(44–38)
Utah
(41–41)
New Orleans/
Oklahoma City
[a]
(38–44)
Seattle
(35–47)
Houston
(34–48)
Golden State
(34–48)
Minnesota
(33–49)
Portland
(21–61)
2006–07 Dallas*
(67–15)
Phoenix*
(61–21)
San Antonio^
(58–24)
Utah*
(58–24)
Houston*
(52–30)
Denver*
(45–37)
L.A. Lakers*
(42–40)
Golden State*
(42–40)
L.A. Clippers
(40–42)
New Orleans/
Oklahoma City
[a]
(39–43)
Sacramento
(33–49)
Portland
(32–50)
Minnesota
(32–50)
Seattle
(31–51)
Memphis
(22–60)
2007–08 L.A. Lakers+
(57–25)
New Orleans*
(56–26)
San Antonio*
(56–26)
Utah*
(54–28)
Houston*
(55–27)
Phoenix*
(55–27)
Dallas*
(51–31)
Denver*
(50–32)
Golden State
(48–34)
Portland
(41–41)
Sacramento
(38–44)
L.A. Clippers
(23–59)
Memphis
(22–60)
Minnesota
(22–60)
Seattle
(20–62)
2008–09 L.A. Lakers^
(65–17)
Denver*
(54–28)
San Antonio*
(54–28)
Portland*
(54–28)
Houston*
(53–29)
Dallas*
(50–32)
New Orleans*
(49–33)
Utah*
(48–34)
Phoenix
(46–36)
Golden State
(29–53)
Minnesota
(24–58)
Memphis
(24–58)
Oklahoma City
(23–59)
L.A. Clippers
(19–63)
Sacramento
(17–65)
2009–10 L.A. Lakers^
(57–25)
Dallas*
(55–27)
Phoenix*
(54–28)
Denver*
(53–29)
Utah*
(53–29)
Portland*
(50–32)
San Antonio*
(50–32)
Oklahoma City*
(50–32)
Houston
(42–40)
Memphis
(40–42)
New Orleans
(37–45)
L.A. Clippers
(29–53)
Golden State
(26–56)
Sacramento
(25–57)
Minnesota
(15–67)
2010–11 San Antonio*
(61–21)
L.A. Lakers*
(57–25)
Dallas^
(57–25)
Oklahoma City*
(55–27)
Denver*
(50–32)
Portland*
(48–34)
New Orleans*
(46–36)
Memphis*
(46–36)
Houston
(43–39)
Phoenix
(40–42)
Utah
(39–43)
Golden State
(36–46)
L.A. Clippers
(32–50)
Sacramento
(24–58)
Minnesota
(17–65)
2011–12 San Antonio*
(50–16)
Oklahoma City+
(47–19)
L.A. Lakers*
(41–25)
Memphis*
(41–25)
L.A. Clippers*
(40–26)
Denver*
(38–28)
Dallas*
(36–30)
Utah*
(36–30)
Houston
(34–32)
Phoenix
(33–33)
Portland
(28–38)
Minnesota
(26–40)
Golden State
(23–43)
Sacramento
(22–44)
New Orleans
(21–45)
2012–13 Oklahoma City*
(60–22)
San Antonio+
(58–24)
Denver*
(57–25)
L.A. Clippers*
(56–26)
Memphis*
(56–26)
Golden State*
(47–35)
L.A. Lakers*
(45–37)
Houston*
(45–37)
Utah
(43–39)
Dallas
(41–41)
Portland
(33–49)
Minnesota
(31–51)
Sacramento
(28–54)
New Orleans
(27–55)
Phoenix
(25–57)
2013–14 San Antonio^
(62–20)
Oklahoma City*
(59–23)
L.A. Clippers*
(57–25)
Houston*
(54–28)
Portland*
(54–28)
Golden State*
(51–31)
Memphis*
(50–32)
Dallas*
(49–33)
Phoenix
(48–34)
Minnesota
(40–42)
Denver
(36–46)
New Orleans
(34–48)
Sacramento
(28–54)
L.A. Lakers
(27–55)
Utah
(25–57)
2014–15 Golden State^
(67–15)
Houston*
(56–26)
L.A. Clippers*
(56–26)
Portland*
(51–31)
Memphis*
(55–27)
San Antonio*
(55–27)
Dallas*
(50–32)
New Orleans*
(45–37)
Oklahoma City
(45–37)
Phoenix
(39–43)
Utah
(38–44)
Denver
(30–52)
Sacramento
(29–53)
L.A. Lakers
(21–61)
Minnesota
(16–66)
2015–16 Golden State+
(73–9)
San Antonio*
(67–15)
Oklahoma City*
(55–27)
L.A. Clippers*
(53–29)
Portland*
(44–38)
Dallas*
(42–40)
Memphis*
(42–40)
Houston*
(41–41)
Utah
(40–42)
Sacramento
(33–49)
Denver
(33–49)
New Orleans
(30–52)
Minnesota
(29–53)
Phoenix
(23–59)
L.A. Lakers
(17–65)
2016–17 Golden State^
(67–15)
San Antonio*
(61–21)
Houston*
(55–27)
L.A. Clippers*
(51–31)
Utah*
(51–31)
Oklahoma City*
(47–35)
Memphis*
(43–39)
Portland*
(41–41)
Denver
(40–42)
New Orleans
(34–48)
Dallas
(33–49)
Sacramento
(32–50)
Minnesota
(31–51)
L.A. Lakers
(26–56)
Phoenix
(24–58)
2017–18 Houston*
(65–17)
Golden State^
(58–24)
Portland*
(49–33)
Oklahoma City*
(48–34)
Utah*
(48–34)
New Orleans*
(48–34)
San Antonio*
(47–35)
Minnesota*
(47–35)
Denver
(46–36)
L.A. Clippers
(42–40)
L.A. Lakers
(35–47)
Sacramento
(27–55)
Dallas
(24–58)
Memphis
(22–60)
Phoenix
(21–61)

Notes[edit]

  • a 1 2 3 The New Orleans Hornets temporarily relocated to Oklahoma City due to the effect of Hurricane Katrina. The majority of home games were played in Oklahoma City, while a few remained in New Orleans.
  • b 1 For the 1949–50 season only, the NBA had three different conferences (called divisions at the time), resulting in three different conference champions. The Anderson Packers of the Western Division had to play the Minneapolis Lakers of the Central Division in a best-of-three series in the NBA semifinals, with the Lakers winning 2–0 and advancing to the 1950 NBA Finals to take on the Eastern Division champion Syracuse Nationals.

References[edit]

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