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1995-96 NBA ATS Standings

Here are the final NBA standings for the 1995-96 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 46-36-0 34-40-2 110.2 108.8
Boston Celtics 33-49-0 39-37-1 106.9 110.6
Chicago Bulls 72-10-0 46-32-1 116.0 102.5
Cleveland Cavaliers 47-35-0 37-35-1 110.8 107.7
Dallas Mavericks 26-56-0 28-40-3 106.5 111.7
Denver Nuggets 35-47-0 29-39-2 105.9 108.8
Detroit Pistons 46-36-0 44-30-2 108.9 105.9
Golden State Warriors 36-46-0 29-44-2 109.0 110.6
Houston Rockets 48-34-0 25-33-4 109.9 108.1
Indiana Pacers 52-30-0 33-38-1 111.6 108.1
Los Angeles Clippers 29-53-0 38-36-2 107.2 111.1
Los Angeles Lakers 53-29-0 42-37-1 112.1 107.4
Memphis Grizzlies 15-67-0 41-32-1 98.4 109.4
Miami Heat 42-40-0 39-28-0 106.0 104.5
Milwaukee Bucks 25-57-0 37-41-1 106.5 112.3
Minnesota Timberwolves 26-56-0 36-37-2 104.9 110.6
New Jersey Nets 30-52-0 36-35-1 102.8 107.2
New Orleans Hornets 41-41-0 36-36-3 112.0 112.6
New York Knicks 47-35-0 31-35-5 106.7 104.3
Oklahoma City Thunder 64-18-0 40-33-1 111.2 103.0
Orlando Magic 60-22-0 40-31-0 113.6 107.8
Philadelphia 76ers 18-64-0 30-46-2 102.8 113.8
Phoenix Suns 41-41-0 29-38-1 110.7 110.5
Portland Trailblazers 44-38-0 37-34-0 106.6 104.2
Sacramento Kings 39-43-0 30-37-1 106.9 109.8
San Antonio Spurs 59-23-0 37-35-2 110.9 104.1
Toronto Raptors 21-61-0 37-35-2 104.7 112.7
Utah Jazz 55-27-0 40-33-3 114.0 106.6
Washington Wizards 39-43-0 36-29-1 109.3 108.3

PLAYOFFS

Team SU ATS Avg. OE Avg. DE
Atlanta Hawks 4-6-0 6-4-0 108.7 113.4
Chicago Bulls 15-3-0 9-9-0 112.5 100.5
Cleveland Cavaliers 0-3-0 0-3-0 100.2 113.9
Detroit Pistons 0-3-0 1-2-0 108.0 123.8
Houston Rockets 3-5-0 4-4-0 103.9 109.1
Indiana Pacers 2-3-0 2-3-0 103.7 105.3
Los Angeles Lakers 1-3-0 1-3-0 102.3 104.4
Miami Heat 0-3-0 0-3-0 93.7 119.4
New York Knicks 4-4-0 7-1-0 104.1 103.4
Oklahoma City Thunder 13-8-0 9-11-1 106.4 104.9
Orlando Magic 7-5-0 6-6-0 115.3 113.2
Phoenix Suns 1-3-0 1-3-0 109.3 121.4
Portland Trailblazers 2-3-0 1-4-0 102.1 113.6
Sacramento Kings 1-3-0 2-1-1 97.3 103.6
San Antonio Spurs 5-5-0 5-5-0 108.7 112.3
Utah Jazz 10-8-0 13-5-0 110.4 101.5

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 1995-96 NBA Basketball Season

The '95 - '96 season was one for the record books.

In 1995, the NBA went truly international with the addition of two expansion teams: the Toronto Raptors and the Vancouver Grizzlies. Both Canadian teams started off strong; they both won their debut games, and their draft picks introduced the league to two of its future stars in Damon Stoudamire (Toronto) and Bryant (Big Country) Reeves (Vancouver).

Another new face - or rather, a revisiting of an old one - was seen on the courts when Magic Johnson returned, midway through the year, after a four-year hiatus. He played 32 games for the Lakers before retiring for good at the end of the season.

Hakeem Olajuwon surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, during the last game of the season, as the NBA's all-time leading shot blocker. John Stockton became the NBA's all-time leader in steals, and garnered his ninth assists title in a row, breaking Bob Cousy's record of eight. Robert Parish played his twentieth season, becoming only the second player (besides Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) to reach such a milestone, as well as the all-time leader in games played.

The Chicago Bulls, in the prime of the Jordan era and having just acquired the infamous rebounder Dennis Rodman, dominated the season with an amazing 72 - 10 record. This edged out the previous mark of 69 wins that had been set during the '71 - '72 season by the Los Angeles Lakers. The Bulls made history again by finishing with an 87 -13 post-playoff record; they suffered only one back-to-back loss all season, and of the games they did lose, only one of them was by more than a 10 point margin.

Michael Jordan won his NBA record eighth scoring title, to surpass Wilt Chamberlain's record of seven, and was only the second player to be awarded the NBA's Triple Crown by capturing MVP honors in the regular season, the All-Star game and the Finals. With the latter award, Jordan became the only player to receive the NBA Finals MVP four times.

Other honors included the Defensive Player of the Year award, given to Gary Payton of the Seattle Supersonics, and the Sixth Man of the Year award, presented to Toni Kukoc of the Chicago Bulls. Damon Stoudamire, of the Toronto Raptors, took home the Rookie of the Year award, while Phil Jackson, also of the Bulls, was named Coach of the Year; Gheorghe Muresan was honored with the Most Improved Player award.

The Bulls continued their dominance of the league into the post-season, losing only three games in four series as they swept the first and third rounds of the playoffs. They took the second round 4-1, and the NBA Finals 4-2. The Finals were played between the Bulls and the Supersonics, with the Bulls holding home court advantage for the best-of-seven series. Chicago jumped out to a 3 - 0 lead, and even a spirited two-game, home-court comeback for Seattle wasn't enough to hold back the dynasty. Chicago went on to win what would be the first notch of their second three-peat in eight years.

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