1977-78 NBA Season Standings

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1977-78 NBA Season Summary

Who won the 1977-78 NBA Title?

The 1977-78 NBA Finals winner was the Washington Bullets, who defeated the Seattle SuperSonics in 7 games. The final game was on on Jun 7, 1978, in which the Bullets won 105-99 on the road.

When was the 1977-78 NBA Finals?

The 1977-78 NBA Finals started on May 21, 1978 and ended on Jun 7, 1978, lasting the full 7 games.

Which NBA team had the best regular season record in 1977-78?

The Portland Trail Blazers had the best regular season record in the 1977-78 NBA season at 58-24.

Which NBA team had the best point differential in the 1977-78 regular season?

The Portland Trail Blazers had the best point differential in the 1977-78 regular season at +504 points.

Which NBA team had the worst point differential in the 1977-78 regular season?

The New Jersey Nets had the worst point differential in the 1977-78 regular season at -477 points.

Which NBA team had the most points per game in the 1977-78 regular season?

The Philadelphia 76ers had the most points per game in the 1977-78 regular season at 114.7 PPG.

Which NBA team allowed the fewest points per game in the 1977-78 regular season?

The Portland Trail Blazers allowed the fewest points per game in the 1977-78 regular season at 101.5 points allowed per game.

Which NBA team was the last undefeated team in the 1977-78 season?

The last undefeated team in the 1977-78 NBA season was the Phoenix Suns, who started the season with a 3-0 record. The streak ended with a 107-114 loss against the New Orleans Jazz on Oct 28, 1977.

1977-78 NBA Standings

Team Record Streak PPG PPG Allowed Point Differential Playoff Result
1 Portland Trail Blazers 58-24 W2 107.7 101.5 +504 Lost Conf Semi
2 Philadelphia 76ers 55-27 L1 114.7 109.6 +422 Lost Conf Finals
3 San Antonio Spurs 52-30 L2 114.5 111.1 +275 Lost Conf Semi
4 Phoenix Suns 49-33 W1 112.3 108.6 +306 Lost First Round
5 Denver Nuggets 48-34 L2 111.8 110.9 +68 Lost Conf Finals
6 Seattle SuperSonics 47-35 W1 104.5 102.9 +127 Lost Finals
7 Los Angeles Lakers 45-37 L1 110.3 107.6 +219 Lost First Round
8 Washington Bullets 44-38 W1 110.3 109.4 +76 Won Finals
Milwaukee Bucks 44-38 W2 112.4 113.0 -48 Lost Conf Semi
10 Cleveland Cavaliers 43-39 W6 104.4 103.9 +39 Lost First Round
Golden State Warriors 43-39 L1 106.1 105.7 +28
New York Knicks 43-39 W3 113.4 114.0 -45 Lost Conf Semi
13 Atlanta Hawks 41-41 W1 103.7 103.9 -11 Lost First Round
14 Chicago Bulls 40-42 L2 103.9 104.8 -73
15 New Orleans Jazz 39-43 W3 107.6 109.5 -153
16 Detroit Pistons 38-44 W2 109.0 110.2 -102
17 Boston Celtics 32-50 W1 105.7 107.7 -160
18 Kansas City Kings 31-51 L6 109.5 111.4 -155
Indiana Pacers 31-51 L1 108.6 111.1 -205
20 Houston Rockets 28-54 W1 103.8 107.8 -328
21 Buffalo Braves 27-55 L2 105.3 109.0 -307
22 New Jersey Nets 24-58 L3 106.7 112.5 -477

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