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1994-95 NBA ATS Standings

Here are the final NBA standings for the 1994-95 basketball season. Included are the straight up records, ats records, offensive efficiency, and defensive efficiency for the teams.

REGULAR SEASON

Team SU ATS Avg. OE Avg. DE
Atlanta Hawks 42-40-0 40-39-0 107.0 105.8
Boston Celtics 35-47-0 36-38-1 109.3 111.2
Chicago Bulls 47-35-0 42-34-2 110.1 105.1
Cleveland Cavaliers 43-39-0 38-35-0 106.4 105.7
Dallas Mavericks 36-46-0 39-39-0 108.0 111.0
Denver Nuggets 41-41-0 35-42-1 109.7 108.9
Detroit Pistons 28-54-0 33-39-1 105.7 113.4
Golden State Warriors 26-56-0 25-49-0 107.1 112.8
Houston Rockets 47-35-0 33-36-0 110.4 108.2
Indiana Pacers 52-30-0 37-39-1 110.5 106.4
Los Angeles Clippers 17-65-0 44-31-1 102.2 111.8
Los Angeles Lakers 48-34-0 40-34-0 109.9 110.2
Miami Heat 32-50-0 36-35-0 108.9 110.6
Milwaukee Bucks 34-48-0 38-39-2 107.0 111.5
Minnesota Timberwolves 21-61-0 32-44-4 103.5 113.2
New Jersey Nets 30-52-0 33-43-0 105.9 109.3
New Orleans Hornets 50-32-0 38-36-1 110.4 106.7
New York Knicks 55-27-0 38-38-2 107.9 104.4
Oklahoma City Thunder 57-25-0 40-36-2 115.5 107.1
Orlando Magic 57-25-0 40-39-0 115.9 108.5
Philadelphia 76ers 24-58-0 41-36-1 104.8 110.4
Phoenix Suns 59-23-0 33-38-0 115.0 111.1
Portland Trailblazers 44-38-0 35-30-4 110.2 106.4
Sacramento Kings 39-43-0 40-36-3 106.3 107.3
San Antonio Spurs 62-20-0 41-34-3 112.3 106.0
Utah Jazz 60-22-0 50-28-2 115.2 106.5
Washington Wizards 21-61-0 31-41-1 105.9 111.8

PLAYOFFS

Team SU ATS Avg. OE Avg. DE
Atlanta Hawks 0-3-0 0-2-1 101.9 114.1
Boston Celtics 1-3-0 3-1-0 100.4 113.5
Chicago Bulls 5-5-0 4-6-0 112.2 111.1
Cleveland Cavaliers 1-3-0 2-2-0 97.6 107.5
Denver Nuggets 0-3-0 0-3-0 103.3 119.9
Houston Rockets 15-7-0 15-7-0 115.8 112.8
Indiana Pacers 10-7-0 9-5-3 113.5 112.3
Los Angeles Lakers 5-5-0 6-4-0 101.7 107.5
New Orleans Hornets 1-3-0 2-2-0 107.7 112.1
New York Knicks 6-5-0 5-6-0 108.1 103.7
Oklahoma City Thunder 1-3-0 1-3-0 111.8 107.6
Orlando Magic 11-10-0 8-11-2 115.1 113.5
Phoenix Suns 6-4-0 6-4-0 118.9 114.6
Portland Trailblazers 0-3-0 0-3-0 111.2 127.0
San Antonio Spurs 9-6-0 8-7-0 109.4 104.1
Utah Jazz 2-3-0 1-4-0 115.9 120.1

View ATS and straight up records for the previous NBA seasons below.

Final 2008-09 Standings
Final 2007-08 Standings
Final 2006-07 Standings
Final 2005-06 Standings
Final 2004-05 Standings
Final 2003-04 Standings
Final 2002-03 Standings
Final 2001-02 Standings
Final 2000-01 Standings
Final 1999-00 Standings
Final 1998-99 Standings
Final 1997-98 Standings
Final 1996-97 Standings
Final 1995-96 Standings
Final 1994-95 Standings
Final 1993-04 Standings
Final 1992-93 Standings
Final 1991-92 Standings
Final 1990-91 Standings

Recap of the 1994-95 NBA Basketball Season

The '94 - '95 NBA season was the comeback season for the game's greatest player.

Five months into the season, Michael Jordan announced his return to the court with only a two-word statement: "I'm back." After a lackluster performance as a minor-league baseball player, Jordan returned to the Chicago Bulls wearing number 45, which had been his number while playing with the Birmingham Barons, a Chicago White Socks farm team. He would eventually return to wearing number 23, halfway through the playoffs. Although his return incensed fans as well as his teammates, the Bulls were eliminated by the Orlando Magic in the second round of the post-season, 4 - 2.

Two major records fell during the season: Atlanta Hawks coach Lenny Wilkens became the winningest coach in NBA history, passing the legendary Red Auerbach's 939 wins - a record that had stood since 1966 - on the list of all-time coaching victories; meanwhile, John Stockton of the Utah Jazz surpassed Magic Johnson as the all-time assists leader. Also, the league introduced some new rules this season, such as a shorter three-point line, which was implemented to promote more scoring and a faster-paced game.

The '95 All-Star game was played in Phoenix, where the Western Conference defeated the East, 139-112. Mitch Richmond of the Sacramento Kings was named the game's MVP. Grant Hill, of the Detroit Pistons, had the lead in fan voting for the game, becoming the first rookie in the history of the NBA to do so.

The '95 NBA Finals was between the youthful - but very talented - Orlando Magic and the more experienced Houston Rockets, who made it back to defend their championship crown. The veterans took the title home for a second time as Houston went 4 - 0 in what was only the sixth Finals sweep in NBA history. The Rockets had entered the post-season as the sixth seed in the Western Conference, and with their victory they became the lowest seeded team to ever win the championship title; Orlando was the first of the four late '80's expansion teams to reach the Finals.

Hakeem Olajuwon was honored with the Finals MVP, while David Robinson, of the San Antonio Spurs, took home the regular season MVP trophy. Other honors included the Defensive Player of the Year award, given to Dikembe Mutombo of the Denver Nuggets, and the Sixth Man of the Year award, presented to Anthony Mason of the New York Knicks. Del Harris, of the Los Angeles Lakers, was named Coach of the Year, while the Most Improved Player award was given to Dana Barros of the Philadelphia 76ers. Detroit's' Grant Hill, along with Jason Kidd, from the Dallas Mavericks, shared the Rookie of the Year honors; the league's first co-winners of the award since the 1970-71 season.

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