1988-1989 Seattle SuperSonics

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Record Outcome

1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics

What was the record of the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics?

The Seattle SuperSonics finished the regular season with a 47-35 record. They went 31-10 at home and 16-25 on the road. Including the playoffs, the Seattle SuperSonics went 50-40. Their final game was a loss in the Western Conference Semifinals to the Los Angeles Lakers.

What division did the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics play in?

The 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics played in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference.

What was the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics record by month?

The 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics had their best month in January, when they went 12-3 and had a 80% win percentage. Their worst month was March, when they went 6-11 and had a 35.3% win percentage.

Month Record Win Percentage % Point Differential
November '88 6-7 46.2% -16
December '88 8-5 61.5% +136
January '89 12-3 80% +82
February '89 7-6 53.8% +7
March '89 6-11 35.3% -37
April '89 8-3 72.7% +66

Did the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics make the Playoffs?

Yes, the Seattle SuperSonics made the Playoffs in 1989. They won their first series against the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference First Round. They eventually lost against the Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference Semifinals.

What was the point differential for the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics?

The Seattle SuperSonics finished the regular season with a point differential of +238. Based on their point differential and their pythagorean expectation, the SuperSonics could have been expected to have about 48.4 wins, or a 48-34 record in the regular season.

How did the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics perform in one-possession games?

In close, one-possession games, or games that went to overtime, the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics went 10-8.

How did the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics perform in overtime games?

During the regular season, the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics went 3-1 in overtime games.

What was the longest win streak for the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics?

The longest win streak during the regular season for the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics was a 8 game winning streak.

What was the longest losing streak for the 1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics?

The longest losing streak that the Seattle SuperSonics had during the 1988-89 regular season was 7 games, which happened once during the season.

1988-89 Seattle SuperSonics Schedule

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Date Opponent Score
Regular Season
Fri, Nov 4, 1988 @ Utah Jazz Win 104 - 97
Sat, Nov 5, 1988 vs Denver Nuggets Win 142 - 141 OT
Tue, Nov 8, 1988 @ Sacramento Kings Win 97 - 75
Wed, Nov 9, 1988 vs Golden State Warriors Loss 108 - 113
Fri, Nov 11, 1988 @ Los Angeles Lakers Loss 103 - 114
Sat, Nov 12, 1988 @ Denver Nuggets Loss 129 - 141
Thu, Nov 17, 1988 vs Los Angeles Lakers Win 101 - 98
Sat, Nov 19, 1988 vs Dallas Mavericks Loss 106 - 112
Tue, Nov 22, 1988 vs Portland Trail Blazers Loss 104 - 125
Wed, Nov 23, 1988 @ Golden State Warriors Win 93 - 85
Fri, Nov 25, 1988 @ Phoenix Suns Loss 105 - 110
Tue, Nov 29, 1988 vs Utah Jazz Win 109 - 102
Wed, Nov 30, 1988 @ Los Angeles Lakers Loss 106 - 110
Fri, Dec 2, 1988 vs Los Angeles Clippers Win 154 - 104
Sat, Dec 3, 1988 vs Golden State Warriors Win 136 - 106
Tue, Dec 6, 1988 @ San Antonio Spurs Win 112 - 107
Wed, Dec 7, 1988 @ Dallas Mavericks Loss 98 - 102
Sat, Dec 10, 1988 @ Houston Rockets Loss 91 - 110
Tue, Dec 13, 1988 vs Phoenix Suns Win 126 - 116
Thu, Dec 15, 1988 vs San Antonio Spurs Win 122 - 107
Sat, Dec 17, 1988 vs Sacramento Kings Win 141 - 111
Tue, Dec 20, 1988 @ Atlanta Hawks Loss 118 - 121
Wed, Dec 21, 1988 @ Miami Heat Win 109 - 101
Fri, Dec 23, 1988 @ Cleveland Cavaliers Loss 107 - 119 OT
Tue, Dec 27, 1988 @ Los Angeles Clippers Loss 100 - 104
Thu, Dec 29, 1988 vs Miami Heat Win 129 - 99
Tue, Jan 3, 1989 vs Los Angeles Lakers Win 116 - 106
Thu, Jan 5, 1989 vs Sacramento Kings Win 120 - 106
Sat, Jan 7, 1989 vs Portland Trail Blazers Win 129 - 123
Mon, Jan 9, 1989 vs Cleveland Cavaliers Win 105 - 103
Tue, Jan 10, 1989 @ Portland Trail Blazers Loss 109 - 125
Thu, Jan 12, 1989 vs Dallas Mavericks Win 130 - 95
Sat, Jan 14, 1989 @ Sacramento Kings Win 102 - 93
Mon, Jan 16, 1989 @ Golden State Warriors Loss 117 - 146
Tue, Jan 17, 1989 vs Los Angeles Clippers Win 130 - 107
Thu, Jan 19, 1989 vs Houston Rockets Win 124 - 108
Sat, Jan 21, 1989 vs New York Knicks Win 121 - 119
Tue, Jan 24, 1989 @ Portland Trail Blazers Win 103 - 100
Fri, Jan 27, 1989 vs Atlanta Hawks Win 119 - 112
Sun, Jan 29, 1989 vs Milwaukee Bucks Win 112 - 106
Tue, Jan 31, 1989 vs New Jersey Nets Loss 112 - 118
Thu, Feb 2, 1989 @ Miami Heat Win 100 - 93
Fri, Feb 3, 1989 @ Charlotte Hornets Loss 106 - 108
Sun, Feb 5, 1989 @ Boston Celtics Win 89 - 87
Tue, Feb 7, 1989 @ New Jersey Nets Loss 99 - 109
Wed, Feb 8, 1989 @ Philadelphia 76ers Loss 102 - 109
Tue, Feb 14, 1989 vs San Antonio Spurs Win 129 - 113
Wed, Feb 15, 1989 @ Phoenix Suns Loss 112 - 135
Fri, Feb 17, 1989 vs Washington Bullets Win 126 - 112
Sat, Feb 18, 1989 @ Portland Trail Blazers Win 116 - 115
Tue, Feb 21, 1989 vs Boston Celtics Win 96 - 91
Sat, Feb 25, 1989 vs Sacramento Kings Loss 94 - 97
Mon, Feb 27, 1989 @ Sacramento Kings Win 116 - 107
Tue, Feb 28, 1989 vs Indiana Pacers Loss 106 - 108
Fri, Mar 3, 1989 vs Houston Rockets Win 118 - 108
Sat, Mar 4, 1989 vs Philadelphia 76ers Win 118 - 104
Tue, Mar 7, 1989 @ Indiana Pacers Win 110 - 92
Wed, Mar 8, 1989 @ Detroit Pistons Loss 96 - 112
Fri, Mar 10, 1989 @ Milwaukee Bucks Loss 90 - 102
Sat, Mar 11, 1989 @ Chicago Bulls Loss 88 - 105
Mon, Mar 13, 1989 @ Washington Bullets Loss 101 - 106
Tue, Mar 14, 1989 @ New York Knicks Loss 110 - 116
Thu, Mar 16, 1989 vs Charlotte Hornets Win 108 - 88
Sat, Mar 18, 1989 @ Phoenix Suns Loss 104 - 122
Tue, Mar 21, 1989 vs Utah Jazz Win 101 - 96
Thu, Mar 23, 1989 vs Los Angeles Clippers Win 115 - 112
Sat, Mar 25, 1989 vs Chicago Bulls Loss 110 - 111
Mon, Mar 27, 1989 @ Utah Jazz Loss 105 - 124
Tue, Mar 28, 1989 @ Houston Rockets Loss 117 - 120
Thu, Mar 30, 1989 @ Denver Nuggets Loss 116 - 123
Fri, Mar 31, 1989 vs Detroit Pistons Loss 108 - 111
Tue, Apr 4, 1989 vs Los Angeles Lakers Loss 97 - 115
Thu, Apr 6, 1989 vs Phoenix Suns Loss 119 - 126
Sat, Apr 8, 1989 @ Dallas Mavericks Win 114 - 90
Mon, Apr 10, 1989 @ San Antonio Spurs Win 102 - 89
Thu, Apr 13, 1989 vs Miami Heat Win 116 - 111
Sat, Apr 15, 1989 vs Denver Nuggets Win 125 - 92
Mon, Apr 17, 1989 @ Golden State Warriors Win 116 - 109 OT
Tue, Apr 18, 1989 vs Golden State Warriors Win 122 - 118
Thu, Apr 20, 1989 vs Portland Trail Blazers Win 124 - 118
Fri, Apr 21, 1989 @ Los Angeles Clippers Win 139 - 136 OT
Sun, Apr 23, 1989 @ Los Angeles Lakers Loss 117 - 121
Playoffs
Western Conference First Round (Won 3 - 1)
Fri, Apr 28, 1989 vs Houston Rockets Win 111 - 107
Sun, Apr 30, 1989 vs Houston Rockets Win 109 - 97
Wed, May 3, 1989 @ Houston Rockets Loss 107 - 126
Fri, May 5, 1989 @ Houston Rockets Win 98 - 96
Western Conference Semifinals (Lost 0 - 4)
Sun, May 7, 1989 @ Los Angeles Lakers Loss 102 - 113
Wed, May 10, 1989 @ Los Angeles Lakers Loss 108 - 130
Fri, May 12, 1989 vs Los Angeles Lakers Loss 86 - 91
Sun, May 14, 1989 vs Los Angeles Lakers Loss 95 - 97

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