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Eastern Conference Info for Professional Basketball's 2001-2002 Season

Atlantic Division

    Per Game
W L Pct GB For Opp
*New Jersey 52 30 .634 96.2 92.0
†Boston 49 33 .598 3 96.4 94.1
†Orlando 44 38 .537 8 100.5 98.9
†Philadelphia 43 39 .524 9 91.0 89.4
Washington 37 45 .451 15 92.8 94.2
Miami 36 46 .439 16 87.2 88.7
New York 30 52 .366 22 91.6 95.6
Head Coaches: NJ—Byron Scott (2nd season); Bos—Jim O'Brien (2nd); Orl—Doc Rivers (3rd); Phi—Larry Brown (5th); Wash—Doug Collins (1st); Mia—Pat Riley (7th); NY—Jeff Van Gundy (7th, 10-9) resigned Dec. 8, 2001 and was replaced by assistant Don Chaney (20-43).
2000-01 Standings: 1. Philadelphia (56-26); 2. Miami (50-32); 3. New York (48-34); 4. Orlando (43-39); 5. Boston (36-46); 6. New Jersey (26-56); 7. Washington (19-63).

Central Division

    Per Game
W L Pct GB For Opp
*Detroit 50 32 .610 94.3 92.2
†Charlotte 44 38 .537 6 93.9 92.9
†Toronto 42 40 .512 8 91.4 91.8
†Indiana 42 40 .512 8 96.8 96.5
Milwaukee 41 41 .500 9 97.5 97.7
Atlanta 33 49 .402 17 94.0 98.3
Cleveland 29 53 .354 21 95.3 98.6
Chicago 21 61 .256 29 89.5 98.0
Head Coaches: Det—Rick Carlisle (1st season); Char—Paul Silas (4th); Tor—Lenny Wilkens (2nd); Ind—Isiah Thomas (2nd); Mil—George Karl (4th); Atl—Lon Kruger (2nd); Cle—John Lucas (1st); Chi—Tim Floyd (4th, 4-23) resigned on Dec. 28, 2001 and was replaced by assistant Bill Cartwright (17-38).
2000-01 Standings: 1. Milwaukee (52-30); 2. Toronto (47-35); 3. Charlotte (46-36); 4. Indiana (41-41); 5. Detroit (32-50); 6. Cleveland (30-52); 7. Atlanta (25-57); 8. Chicago (15-67).

 

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