NBA Standings 2012: Golden State second in Pacific Conference

Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE

The Warriors sit in good playoff position in the Western Conference.

The Golden State Warriors continue to improve under second-year head coach Mark Jackson and sit at 7-5 overall in second place in the Western Conference. If the season were to end today, the Warriors would be fifth in the conference and face the Los Angeles Clippers in first round of the playoffs.

The Warriors have picked up wins in four of their last five with their lone loss coming to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Warriors are a game and a half back in the Pacific Division standings of the Clippers. Golden State is led in scoring by Stephen Curry who is averaging 19.3 points per contest. David Lee is averaging a double-double per game with 16 points and 11.2 rebounds.

The Warriors are back in action tomorrow when they face the Denver Nuggets in the Mile High City. They come back home to play the Minnesota Timberwolves the next day before they see the Denver Nuggets again a week from tomorrow at home.

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