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1999-2000 Final WNBA Standings

Conference champions (*) and playoff qualifiers (†) are noted. GB refers to Games Behind leader. Number of seasons listed after each head coach refers to current tenure with club.

Eastern Conference

  W L Pct GB Home Road
*New York 20 12 .625 12-4 8-8
†Cleveland 17 15 .531 3 13-3 4-12
†Orlando 16 16 .500 4 11-5 5-11
†Washington 14 18 .438 6 7-9 7-9
Detroit 14 18 .438 6 8-8 6-10
Miami 13 19 .406 7 9-7 4-12
Indiana 9 23 .281 11 5-11 4-12
Charlotte 8 24 .250 12 5-11 3-13
Head Coaches: NY–Richie Adubato (2nd season); Cle–Dan Hughes (1st); Orl–Carolyn Peck (2nd); Wash–Darrell Walker (1st); Det–Nancy Lieberman-Cline (3rd); Mia–Ron Rothstein (1st); Ind–Anne Donovan (1st); Cha– T.R. Dunn (1st).
1999 Standings: 1. New York (18-14); 2. Charlotte (15-17); 3. Detroit (15-17); 4. Orlando (15-17); 5. Washington (12-20); 6. Cleveland (7-25). Miami and Indiana were expansion teams in 2000.

Western Conference

  W L Pct GB Home Road
*Los Angeles 28 4 .875 15-1 13-3
†Houston 27 5 .844 1 14-2 13-3
†Sacramento 21 11 .656 7 13-3 8-8
†Phoenix 20 12 .625 8 11-5 9-7
Utah 18 14 .563 10 12-4 6-10
Minnesota 15 17 .469 13 8-8 7-9
Portland 10 22 .313 18 6-10 4-12
Seattle 6 26 .188 22 4-12 2-14
Head Coaches: LA–Michael Cooper (1st season); Hou–Van Chancellor (4th); Sac–Sonny Allen (2nd); Pho–Cheryl Miller (3rd); Utah–Fred Williams (2nd); Min–Brian Agler (2nd); Port–Linda Hargrove (1st); Sea–Lin Dunn (1st).
1999 Standings: 1. Houston (26-6); 2. Los Angeles (20-12); 3. Sacramento (19-13); 4. Phoenix (15-17); 5. Minnesota (15-15); 6. Utah (15-17). Portland and Seattle were expansion teams in 2000.

 

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