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Sorry about the lateness of the thread.

The Pacers are off to an excellent start to the season, sporting a 17-9 overall record which computes to a .654 winning percentage.

The white-hot Milwaukee Bucks lead the Central division with an astounding 23-3 record ........ that .885 Winning Percentage is slightly better than the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' all-time record of .878.

Over in the Western Conference, the Lakers have an identical record to that of the Bucks (23-3 overall, good for an .885 Winning Percentage.) Like the previously mentioned 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, the Lakers' franchise also has a major piece of history of its own, as the 1971-72 team that won the World Championship set what was then an all-time record for winning percentage by going 69-13 overall (an .841 Winning Percentage) ........ that same Lakers team set another record that may never be broken by winning 33 consecutive games in the regular season. )


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