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1998-99 Basketball Eastern Conference Final Standings

Atlantic Division

Per Game
WLPctGBForOpp
*Miami3317.660?89.084.0
?Orlando3317.660?89.586.9
?Philadelphia2822.560589.787.6
?New York2723.540686.485.4
Boston1931.3801493.094.9
Washington1832.3601591.293.4
New Jersey1634.3201791.495.2
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
WLPctGBForOpp
*Indiana3317.660?94.790.9
?Atlanta3119.620286.383.4
?Detroit2921.580490.486.9
?Milwaukee2822.560591.790.0
Charlotte2624.520792.993.0
Toronto2327.4601091.192.8
Cleveland2228.4401186.488.2
Chicago1337.2602081.991.4
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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The Final NBA Standings for the 1998-99 Season