- 2009 Eastern Conference Standings
- 2009 Western Conference Standings
- 2009 NBA Standings by Division
- 2009 NBA Standings by Conference
- 2009 NBA Standings by Overall Record
- 2009 NBA Standings by Home Record
- 2009 NBA Standings by Away Record
- 2009 NBA Standings by Last 10 Games
- 2009 NBA Standings by Streak
- 2009 NBA Standings by Playoff Seeding
- External References-
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2009 Eastern Conference Standings
The 2009 NBA season was the 63rd regular season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Lakers entered the season as defending champions of the 2008 NBA Finals where they defeated the Orlando Magic to win their 15th NBA Championship Lebron James was named the Regular Season MVP for the first time in his career.
The Eastern Conference had a revised structure for the 2009 season. The Boston Celtics Cleveland Cavaliers Detroit Pistons Indiana Pacers and Milwaukee Bucks all moved from the Central Division to the newly created Atlantic Division As a result, the Charlotte Bobcats switched divisions from the Southeast Division to the Central Division
1 Indiana 56-26 .683 12-6 .667 .730 51-22 +29 8-4 17-19 19-7 8-2 11-9 28-18
2 Orlando 54-28 .659 8-10 .444 .646 46-24 +22 7-5 20-16 16-10 9-1 10-9 29-17
3 Atlanta 50-32 .610 9-9 .500 .616 44-26 +18
2009 Western Conference Standings
The 2009 NBA season was the 63rd season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The 1,230-game regular season began on October 28, 2008, and ended on April 15, 2009. The 2009 NBA playoffs began on April 18 and ended on June 16, 2009. The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Orlando Magic 4 games to 1 in the 2009 NBA Finals to win their fifteenth NBA Championship This was the first season since 200304 that neither team in the Finals reached 70 wins; it was also the first time since 2000 that a team without at least 60 wins (the Magic had 59) made it past the first round of playoffs. Lebron James was unanimously voted as the NBA MVP for a second straight year.
The 2009 Western Conference standings are below.
1. Lakers 65-17
2. Nuggets 53-29
3. Mavericks 50-32
4. Spurs 50-32
5. Blazers 50-32
6. Suns 46-36
7. Jazz 48-34
8. Rockets 42-40
2009 NBA Standings by Division
The 2009 NBA season was the 63rd season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Regular Season began on October 28, 2008, and ended on April 15, 2009. The playoffs began on April 18, and concluded on June 16, with the Los Angeles Lakers defeating the Orlando Magic 4 games to 1 in the 2009 NBA Finals Kobe Bryant was named the Finals MVP
This was the first time in NBA history that all 8 playoff qualifiers in both conferences were returning playoff teams from the previous year. Three new head coaches took over: Kiki Vandeweghe (Nuggets), Vinny Del Negro (Bulls), and Larry Brown (Bobcats).
In each division, teams are listed by how far they advanced in the playoffs, with teams that did not make playoffs listed at the end.
Eastern Conference Atlantic Division
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2009 NBA Standings by Conference
The 2009 NBA standings are as follows, with each team’s record and winning percentage included.
In the Eastern Conference the Cleveland Cavaliers have the best record at 66-16, followed by the Orlando Magic at 59-23. The Boston Celtics are third at 53-29, while the Atlanta Hawks are fourth at 47-35. The Miami Heat round out the top five teams in the conference with a record of 47-34.
In the Western Conference the Los Angeles Lakers have the best record at 65-17, followed by the Denver Nuggets at 54-28. The Portland Trail Blazers are third at 50-32, while the Houston Rockets are fourth at 42-40. The Dallas Mavericks round out the top five teams in the conference with a record of 42-39.
2009 NBA Standings by Overall Record
The 2009 NBA Standings are listed below, sorted by overall record. For reference, the Lakers finished the season 65-17, which was the best record in the NBA. Lebron James was the league MVP.
Conference and division winners are in bold.
Team W L PCT Home Away PTS/G Opp PTS/G SRS
x-L.A. Lakers 65 17 .793 37-4 28-13 103.0 97.3 +5.7
x-Denver Nuggets 53 29 .646 30-11 23-18 102.1 98.6 +3.5
2009 NBA Standings by Home Record
As the 2009 NBA season enters its final two weeks, the Playoff Picture is still very unclear. There are a number of teams that could still move up or down in the standings, and home court advantage could be crucial in the playoffs. So what does the 2009 NBA standings look like by home record?
The Los Angeles Lakers have the best home record in the league at 32-4, and they are currently competing for the top spot in the Western Conference with the San Antonio Spurs. The Houston Rockets have a very strong home record as well at 30-7, but they are currently in sixth place in the West. In the East, the Cleveland Cavaliers have an identical 30-7 home record and they are sitting in second place behind the Boston Celtics
A number of other teams have strong home records that could help them make a push for the playoffs or improve their seeding. The Orlando Magic (29-9), Denver Nuggets (28-9), and Portland Trail Blazers (28-10) all have great home records and are currently near the top of their respective conferences. The Dallas Mavericks (27-10), Utah Jazz (26-11), and Atlanta Hawks (26-12) all also have strong home records and are in contention for playoff spots.
Finally, there are a few teams with disappointing records at home that will need to turn things around if they want to make a run at the playoffs. The Detroit Pistons (18-19), Chicago Bulls (16-20), and New Jersey Nets (15-21) all have losing records at home and will need to turn things around quickly if they want to make a push for the playoffs.
2009 NBA Standings by Away Record
The 2009 NBA season was the 63rd season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The 1,230-game regular season (82 games for each of the 30 teams) began on October 28, 2008 and ended on April 15, 2009. This was the first season since 1999-2000 where all NBA teams played 82 regular season games. The playoffs began on April 18, 2009 and ended on June 14, 2009 with the Los Angeles Lakers winning their fifteenth NBA Championship by defeating the Orlando Magic 4 games to 1 in the NBA Finals
The Cleveland Cavaliers finished the Regular season with an NBA-best 6121 record and posted their first ever 60-win season. Lebron James led them to their first ever Eastern Conference championship while being named both league MVP and Defensive Player of the Year.
2009 NBA Standings by Last 10 Games
The 2009 NBA season was the 63rd season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The 1,230-game regular season began on Tuesday, October 27, 2009, and ended on Wednesday, April 14, 2010. The playoffs started on Saturday, April 17, 2010, and ended with the 2010 NBA Finals on Sunday, June 20.
The Los Angeles Lakers were the defending champions and they successfully defended their title by beating the Orlando Magic in the Finals. It was LA’s 16th championship overall. Lebron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers won his first ever MVP Award
2009 NBA Standings by Streak
The 2009 NBA standings are now available, and the Los Angeles Lakers are currently in first place overall. This is despite a recent losing streak that has seen them drop games to the Houston Rockets the Utah Jazz and the Oklahoma City Thunder The Lakers are still considered the favorite to win the NBA title this season, but their margin for error is getting smaller as the season goes on.
Please find attached a PDF of the 2009 NBA standings, as well as a list of team and individual leaders across various statistical categories. If you have any questions or need any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your interest in the NBA!
2009 NBA Standings by Playoff Seeding
The 2009 NBA Standings by Playoff Seeding page lists the current playoff seeding for the 2009 NBA playoffs
The page is updated daily to reflect the latest standings. The standings are also available by conference and by team.
The 2009 NBA season is the 63rd season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The regular season began on October 28, 2008, and ended on April 15, 2009. The playoffs began on April 18, 2009, and will end on June 2 or June 15, depending on whether or not a Game 7 is necessary in the NBA Finals