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2000-01 Basketball Eastern Conference Final Standings

Atlantic Division

    Per Game
W L Pct GB For Opp
*Philadelphia 56 26 .683 94.7 90.4
†Miami 50 32 .610 6 88.9 86.6
†New York 48 34 .585 8 88.7 86.1
†Orlando 43 39 .524 13 97.5 96.5
Boston 36 46 .439 20 94.6 96.8
New Jersey 26 56 .317 30 92.1 97.1
Washington 19 63 .232 37 93.2 99.9
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 L Pct GB For Opp
*Milwaukee 52 30 .634 100.7 96.9
†Toronto 47 35 .573 5 97.6 95.4
†Charlotte 46 36 .561 6 91.9 89.8
†Indiana 41 41 .500 11 92.6 92.8
Detroit 32 50 .390 20 95.6 97.3
Cleveland 30 52 .366 22 92.2 96.5
Atlanta 25 57 .305 27 91.0 96.2
Chicago 15 67 .183 37 87.6 96.7
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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