2001-02 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

WLPctGBHomeRoad
*New York1814.562?10-68-8
?Charlotte1814.562?11-57-9
?Washington1715.53119-78-8
?Indiana1616.500210-66-10
Orlando1616.500210-66-10
Miami1517.46939-76-10
Cleveland1022.31284-126-10
Detroit923.28197-92-14
Head Coaches: NY?Richie Adubato (4th season); Cha?Anne Donovan (2nd); Wash? Marianne Stanley (1st); Ind?Nell Fortner (2nd); Orl?Dee Brown (1st); Mia?Ron Rothstein (3rd); Cle?Dan Hughes (3rd); Det?Greg Williams (2nd, 0-10) replaced on June 19 by Bill Laimbeer (9-13).
2001 Standings: 1. Cleveland (22-10); 2. New York (21-11); 3. Miami (20-12); 4. Charlotte (18-14); 5. Orlando (13-19); 6. Indiana (10-22); 7. Detroit (10-22); 8. Washington (10-22).

Western Conference

WLPctGBHomeRoad
*Los Angeles257.781?12-413-3
?Houston248.750114-210-6
?Utah2012.625512-48-8
?Seattle1715.531810-67-9
Portland1616.50099-77-9
Sacramento1418.4381110-64-12
Phoenix1121.3441410-61-15
Minnesota1022.312157-93-13
Head Coaches: LA?Michael Cooper (3rd season); Hou?Van Chancellor (6th); Utah?Candi Harvey (2nd); Sea?Lin Dunn (3rd); Port?Linda Hargrove (3rd); Sac?Maura McHugh (2nd); Pho?Cynthia Cooper (2nd, 6-4) resigned on June 26 was replaced by Linda Sharp (5-17); Min?Brian Agler (4th, 6-13) replaced on July 16 by assistant Heidi VanDerveer (1st, 4-9).
2001 Standings: 1. Los Angeles (28-4); 2. Sacramento (20-12); 3. Utah (19-13); 4. Houston (19-13); 5. Phoenix (13-19); 5. Minnesota (12-20); 6. Portland (11-21); 8. Seattle (10-22).

Women's National Basketball AssociationWNBA Regular Season Individual Leaders

Women's National Basketball Association, 2002 Season
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