2012 NBA standings: Warriors tied for first place in Pacific

Isaiah J. Downing-US PRESSWIRE

Golden State is tied with the Clippers for the top spot.

The Golden State Warriors have been one of the biggest surprises in the NBA this season. Despite being outscored by their opponents through 15 games, the Warriors' 9-6 record has them tied atop the Pacific Division with the Los Angeles Clippers.


Pacific Standings

W L PCT GB STRK
Golden State 9 6 .600 0 Won 2
Los Angeles Clippers 9 6 .600 0 Won 1
Los Angeles Lakers 8 8 .500 1.5 Won 1
Phoenix 7 10 .411 3 Lost 2
Sacramento 4 11 .266 5 Lost 2

(updated 12.1.2012 at 10:14 AM PST)



The Warriors are in the middle of their best stretch of the season. The team has won four of its last five games, including a 106-105 win over the Denver Nuggets on Thursday.

In that win, it was David Lee who came up big for the Warriors. He finished with 31 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists. Lee leads the team with 10.7 rebounds per game, while Seth Curry averages a team-high 18.5 points per game.

Golden State is back in action on Saturday night when it hosts the Indiana Pacers at home. Indiana enters Saturday's game with a record of 8-8.

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