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2002-03 NBA Season Summary

Who won the 2002-03 NBA Title?

The 2002-03 NBA Finals winner was the San Antonio Spurs, who defeated the New Jersey Nets in 6 games. The final game was on on Jun 15, 2003, in which the Spurs won 88-77 at home.

When was the 2002-03 NBA Finals?

The 2002-03 NBA Finals started on Jun 4, 2003 and ended on Jun 15, 2003, lasting 6 games.

Which NBA team had the best regular season record in 2002-03?

The Dallas Mavericks and the San Antonio Spurs tied for the best record in the regular season at 60-22.

Which NBA team had the best point differential in the 2002-03 regular season?

The Dallas Mavericks had the best point differential in the 2002-03 regular season at +638 points.

Which NBA team had the worst point differential in the 2002-03 regular season?

The Cleveland Cavaliers had the worst point differential in the 2002-03 regular season at -789 points.

Which NBA team had the most points per game in the 2002-03 regular season?

The Dallas Mavericks had the most points per game in the 2002-03 regular season at 103.0 PPG.

Which NBA team allowed the fewest points per game in the 2002-03 regular season?

The Detroit Pistons allowed the fewest points per game in the 2002-03 regular season at 87.7 points allowed per game.

Which NBA team was the last undefeated team in the 2002-03 season?

The last undefeated team in the 2002-03 NBA season was the Dallas Mavericks, who started the season with a 14-0 record. The streak ended with a 98-110 loss against the Indiana Pacers on Nov 28, 2002.

2002-03 NBA Standings

Team Record Streak PPG PPG Allowed Point Differential Playoff Result
1 Dallas Mavericks 60-22 W3 103.0 95.2 +638 Lost Conf Finals
San Antonio Spurs 60-22 L1 95.8 90.4 +444 Won Finals
3 Sacramento Kings 59-23 W2 101.7 95.2 +533 Lost Conf Semi
4 Minnesota Timberwolves 51-31 W3 98.1 96.0 +170 Lost First Round
5 Detroit Pistons 50-32 L1 91.4 87.7 +302 Lost Conf Finals
Portland Trail Blazers 50-32 L1 95.2 92.5 +214 Lost First Round
Los Angeles Lakers 50-32 W2 100.4 98.0 +191 Lost Conf Semi
8 New Jersey Nets 49-33 L2 95.4 90.1 +428 Lost Finals
9 Indiana Pacers 48-34 W2 96.8 93.3 +286 Lost First Round
Philadelphia 76ers 48-34 W1 96.8 94.5 +189 Lost Conf Semi
11 Utah Jazz 47-35 L2 94.7 92.3 +196 Lost First Round
New Orleans Hornets 47-35 W5 93.9 91.8 +173 Lost First Round
13 Phoenix Suns 44-38 L2 95.5 94.4 +93 Lost First Round
Boston Celtics 44-38 W2 92.7 93.1 -32 Lost Conf Semi
15 Houston Rockets 43-39 W3 93.8 92.3 +121
16 Milwaukee Bucks 42-40 W4 99.5 99.3 +19 Lost First Round
Orlando Magic 42-40 L2 98.5 98.4 +11 Lost First Round
18 Seattle SuperSonics 40-42 W1 92.1 92.3 -10
19 Golden State Warriors 38-44 L4 102.4 103.6 -93
20 Washington Wizards 37-45 L3 91.5 92.5 -83
New York Knicks 37-45 L1 95.9 97.2 -111
22 Atlanta Hawks 35-47 L1 94.1 97.6 -292
23 Chicago Bulls 30-52 W1 95.0 100.1 -421
24 Memphis Grizzlies 28-54 L3 97.5 100.7 -265
25 Los Angeles Clippers 27-55 W3 93.8 97.9 -338
26 Miami Heat 25-57 W1 85.6 90.6 -414
27 Toronto Raptors 24-58 L8 90.9 96.8 -481
28 Denver Nuggets 17-65 L8 84.2 92.4 -679
Cleveland Cavaliers 17-65 W1 91.4 101.0 -789

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