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Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

  Per Game
W LPctGBForOpp
*Philadelphia5626.68394.790.4
†Miami5032.610688.986.6
†New York4834.585888.786.1
†Orlando4339.5241397.596.5
Boston3646.4392094.696.8
New Jersey2656.3173092.197.1
Washington1963.2323793.299.9
Head Coaches: Phi—Larry Brown (4th season); Mia—Pat Riley (6th); NY—Jeff Van Gundy (6th); Orl—Doc Rivers (2nd); Bos—Rick Pitino (12-22) resigned Jan. 8, 2001 and was replaced by assistant Jim O'Brien (24-24); NJ—Don Casey (3rd); Wash—Leonard Hamilton (1st).
1999-2000 Standings: 1. Miami (52-30); 2. New York (50-32); 3. Philadelphia (49-33); 4. Orlando (41-41); 5. Boston (35-47); 6. New Jersey (31-51); 7. Washington (29-53).

Central Division

  Per Game
W LPctGBForOpp
*Milwaukee5230.634100.796.9
†Toronto4735.573597.695.4
†Charlotte4636.561691.989.8
†Indiana4141.5001192.692.8
Detroit3250.3902095.697.3
Cleveland3052.3662292.296.5
Atlanta2557.3052791.096.2
Chicago1567.1833787.696.7
Head Coaches: Mil—George Karl (3rd season); Tor—Lenny Wilkens (1st); Char—Paul Silas (3rd); Ind—Isiah Thomas (1st); Det—George Irvine (2nd); Cle—Randy Wittman (2nd); Atl—Lon Kruger (1st); Chi—Tim Floyd (3rd).
1999-2000 Standings: 1. Indiana (56-26); 2. Charlotte (49-33); 3. Toronto (45-37); 4. Detroit (42-40); 5. Milwaukee (42-40); 6. Cleveland (32-50); 7. Atlanta (28-54); 8. Chicago (17-65).

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