NBA Standings

Bookmark this page to keep a close eye on the NBA standings 2022- 2023 season. Both the NBA Eastern and Western Conference standings are displayed, along with all the necessary stats (home/away records, current streaks, division/conference records, and records over the past ten games).

The NBA standings are an ever-changing fabric of the season. The standings are split by the two conferences: The Eastern Conference and the Western Conference. The Miami Heat took the top spot in the Eastern Conference last season with a record of 53-29. The Phoenix Suns earned the league’s best overall record and finished atop the Western Conference at 64-18.

Going into the 2022-23 season, the Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Clippers are the favorites to finish the season with the No. 1 seed, illustrated by their win total of 52.5. The NBA Champion Golden State Warriors are projected at 51.5. The Boston Celtics have the highest win projection at 54.5 with the Milwaukee Bucks close behind with a win total of 52.5.

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Last NBA season Recap: 2021-2022

Following the completion of the regular season, four teams seeded No. 7-10 competed in the play-in tournament for the final two spots in each conference. The No. 7 seed Brooklyn Nets defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers for one of the two spots. The second spot was claimed by the Atlanta Hawks after defeating the No. 10 seed Charlotte Hornets prior to a victory over the Cavaliers. The top-seeded Miami Heat and the No. 2 Boston Celtics faced off for the Eastern Conference Finals, with Boston emerging victorious 4-3 in the best-of-seven series.

In the Western Conference, the New Orleans Pelicans defeated the San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Clippers to capture the last spot and become the No. 8 seed. The No. 1 seed Phoenix Suns emerged victorious 4-2 in the series, but were eliminated by the Dallas Mavericks in the following round. However, Dallas would fall to the Golden State Warriors 4-1 in the Western Conference Finals.

The NBA Finals came down to the Celtics and the Warriors, despite neither team being its respective conference’s top seed entering the post season. The Celtics jumped out to a 2-1 series lead, but ultimately fell to the Warriors 4-2.

NBA Bracket 2022

NBA Standings

As the season progresses, these become the NBA playoffs standings. Each team’s status for the postseason is marked by a letter to signify its position.

The NBA standings aren’t just a way to track each team’s win-loss record, but also to identify any trends. Teams may be “hot” and on a winning streak, or losing often. These also factor into how an NBA team is offered on the betting lines, including point spreads.  

There’s an 82-game regular season, with the top eight teams from each conference qualifying for the playoffs. The 16 teams then play three, best-of-seven series within the conference to get to the NBA Finals. 

With the 2020-2021 addition of the play-in tournament, just the top six teams from each conference automatically qualify for the playoffs. Seventh- and eighth-seeded teams now compete in the play-in tournament with the ninth- and 10th-seeded teams to determine the final two participants in each conference.

Prior to the start of the regular season, there’s preseason and even a summer league. These are exhibition games that usually feature rookies and prospects. Wagering is generally available on preseason games, so tune in to see the future stars of the league. 

NBA (Non-Finals) Major Events of the Season 

Outside of the NBA Finals, it’s the All-Star Game that’s typically the league’s marquee event. It is played (at predetermined rotating arenas) in mid-February, and after around 50 regular-season games. 

  • Date: February 19, 2023.
  • Stadium: Vivint Arena, Salt Lake City

The league has also ventured outside of North America, offering the Global Games as part of its pre- or regular-season schedule. Venues in Japan, France and Mexico, among other countries, have hosted these games.

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