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NBA Standings 2012: Thunder Has A 3 Game Lead Over Spurs, 1 Game Back Of Bulls

The Oklahoma City Thunder got a huge victory when they defeated the Chicago Bulls 92-78. The Bulls were without Derrick Rose, but a blowout win over the team with the best record even without their star player is still a good win.

Sunday's win for the Thunder kept them three games ahead of the Spurs for the best record in the Western Conference and only one game back of the Bulls for the best record in the NBA.

With just one month left in the regular season the Thunder is likely to be the No. 1 seed out West, but their opponent is still very much up in the air as the bottom of the Western Conference is extremely tight. So, their opponent could be anyone's guess at this point as the difference between the West's No. 6 and No. 10 teams is only three games.


Western Standings

GP W-L PCT
1. Oklahoma City Thunder 52 40-12 .765
2. San Antonio Spurs 50 36-14 .720
3. Los Angeles Lakers 52 32-20 .615
4. Los Angeles Clippers 52 31-21 .596
5. Dallas Mavericks 53 30-23 .566
6. Memphis Grizzlies 50 28-22 .560
7. Houston Rockets 52 28-24 .538
8. Denver Nuggets 52 28-24 .538
9. Utah Jazz 53 27-26 .509
10. Phoenix Suns 51 25-26 .490





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