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1998-99 Basketball Eastern Conference Final Standings

Atlantic Division

    Per Game
W L Pct GB For Opp
*Miami 33 17 .660 89.0 84.0
†Orlando 33 17 .660 89.5 86.9
†Philadelphia 28 22 .560 5 89.7 87.6
†New York 27 23 .540 6 86.4 85.4
Boston 19 31 .380 14 93.0 94.9
Washington 18 32 .360 15 91.2 93.4
New Jersey 16 34 .320 17 91.4 95.2
Head Coaches: Mia— Pat Riley (4th season); Orl— Chuck Daly (2nd); Phi— Larry Brown (2nd); NY— Jeff Van Gundy (4th); Bos— Rick Pitino (2nd); Wash— Bernie Bickerstaff (3rd); NJ— John Calipari (3rd, 3-17) fired and replaced with assistant Don Casey on an interim basis Mar. 15, 1999 (13-17).
1997-98 Standings: 1. Miami (55-27); 2. New Jersey (43-39); 3. New York (43-39); 4. Washington (42-40); 5. Orlando (41-41); 6. Boston (36-46); 7. Philadelphia (31-51).

Central Division

    Per Game
W L Pct GB For Opp
*Indiana 33 17 .660 94.7 90.9
†Atlanta 31 19 .620 2 86.3 83.4
†Detroit 29 21 .580 4 90.4 86.9
†Milwaukee 28 22 .560 5 91.7 90.0
Charlotte 26 24 .520 7 92.9 93.0
Toronto 23 27 .460 10 91.1 92.8
Cleveland 22 28 .440 11 86.4 88.2
Chicago 13 37 .260 20 81.9 91.4
Head Coaches: Ind— Larry Bird (2nd season); Atl— Lenny Wilkens (6th); Det— Alvin Gentry (2nd); Mil— George Karl (1st); Char— Dave Cowens (3rd, 4-11) fired and replaced with assistant Paul Silas Mar. 8, 1999 (1st, 22-13); Tor—Butch Carter (2nd); Cle— Mike Fratello (6th); Chi—Tim Floyd (1st).
1997-98 Standings: 1. Chicago (62-20); 2. Indiana (58-24); 3. Charlotte (51-31); 4. Atlanta (50-32); 5. Cleveland (47-35); 6. Detroit (37-45); 7. Milwaukee (36-46); 8. Toronto (16-66).

 

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