The NBA standings have the Golden State Warriors undefeated at 16-0 after a win over the Lakers and the team is leading the league standings over the Cleveland Cavaliers and San Antonio Spurs. The Warriors, Cavs, Spurs, Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls, Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks and OKC Thunder are the top teams, while the Philadelphia 76ers remain winless at 0-15.
The Warriors have been the dominant team in the league this season and they have started off at a record pace with 16 straight wins. The Warriors have a fairly easy schedule moving forward and the team could potentially stay undefeated into the Christmas matchup with the Cavaliers. The Warriors are outscoring opponents by 15 points per game and that is one of the best marks in NBA history.
The team is leading the NBA and the Pacific division, while the Cleveland Cavaliers are second along with the Spurs with 11-3 records. Miami and Chicago are 9-4 on the season, while the Pacers are 9-5 and the Atlanta Hawks have started off 10-6. The Thunder, Raptors, Mavericks and Pacers all have nine wins this season, while the Hornets have eight wins ahead of the Wizards.
The Atlantic division standings has the Raptors leading with a 9-6 record and they are in over the Knicks, who have an 8-7 record this season. The Celtics are 7-7 and those teams have a clear lead over the Nets and Sixers, who are in the bottom of the division with 3-11 and 0-15 records. The Atlantic should be interesting this year, as the Knicks have played above expectations, while the Celtics and Raptors both made the playoffs last season.
The Cavaliers are leading the Central division over the Bulls, while the Pacers, Pistons and Bucks are next in the standings. The Miami Heat have gotten off to a strong start and they lead the Southeast division with a 9-4 record ahead of the 10-6 Hawks. The Hornets, Wizards and Magic are next in the standings.
The West has the Oklahoma City Thunder leading the Northwest over the Jazz, Timberwolves, Nuggets and Blazers, while the Southwest has the Spurs on top with an 11-3 record. The Mavericks are next ahead of the Grizzlies, Rockets and Pelicans. The Warriors are leading the Pacific with a 16-0 record, while the Suns, Clippers, Kings and Lakers are next. All the records and standings are as of November 25, heading into the games on Wednesday night.