Midwest Division (NBA)
The Midwest Division was a division in the North American basketball league NBA, which had divided the Western Conference and seven teams involved.
At the start of season 2004/2005 were caused by the expansion of the entire league from 29 to 30 teams ( the Charlotte Bobcats joined the NBA in ) in the Western Conference to a lot of teams for only two divisions. The teams in the Pacific Division and the Midwest Division and were redistributed in the course of the Midwest Division was disbanded. It created the new division North West and South West. In the Eastern Conference, the Southeast Division has been parallel imported.
Prior to their dissolution, the Midwest Division included the following teams:
- Dallas Mavericks
- Denver nuggets
- Houston Rockets
- Memphis Grizzlies
- Minnesota Timberwolves
- San Antonio Spurs
- Utah Jazz
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Former Divisions: Midwest Division