NBA Standings 2012: Lakers Falling Behind In The Pacific Division

The Los Angeles Lakers conclude their Grammy road trip on Sunday morning in Toronto, and look to return home to start banking wins as they are falling behind the race in the Pacific Division. The Lakers lost two of their three games this week and have fallen three games behind their crosstown rivals, the Los Angeles Clippers. Here are the updated NBA standings in the Pacific Division:

NBA Pacific Division Standings
Team Record Pct GB Last Week Next Week
LA Clippers
17-8 .680 --- 3-1 at Dal, Was, at Por, SA
LA Lakers 15-12 .556 3 1-2 at Tor, Atl, Pho, at Pho
Phoenix 12-15 .444 6 3-1 at GS, at Den, Atl, at LAL, LAL
Golden State 9-14 .391 7 1-2 Hou, Pho, Por, at OKC, at Mem
Sacramento 10-17 .370 8 2-2 at Chi, at NY, at Det, at Cle
Through games of February 11

The Lakers are currently in seventh place in the Western Conference. The Pacific Division teams had 16 games against teams outside the division last week, and won nine of them, including an 8-4 road record during the week.

For more news and analysis of the Lakers, head over to Silver Screen and Roll.

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