List of Los Angeles Lakers Seasons - Seasons

Seasons

Note: Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2011–12 season.

NBA Champions
(1949–present)
Division Champions / Conference Champions
(1949–1971 / 1971–present) *
Division Champions
(1971–present) ^
Playoff berth
(1949–present) ¤
Season Conf. Conf. finish Div. Div. Finish W L Win% GB Playoffs Awards Head coach Ref.
1948–49 Western * 2nd ¤ 44 16 .733 1 Won Division Semifinals vs. Chicago Stags, 2–0
Won Division Finals vs. Rochester Royals, 2–0
Won BAA Finals vs. Washington Capitols, 4–2
John Kundla
1949–50 Central * 1st ¤ 51 17 .750 Won Division First Place Tiebreaker vs. Rochester Royals, 1–0
Won Division Semifinals vs. Chicago Stags, 2–0
Won Division Finals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 2–0
Won Semifinals vs. Anderson Packers, 2–0
Won NBA Finals vs. Syracuse Nationals, 4–2
John Kundla
1950–51 Western 1st ¤ 44 24 .647 Won Division Semifinals vs. Indianapolis Olympians, 2–1
Lost Division Finals to Rochester Royals, 3–1
John Kundla
1951–52 Western * 2nd ¤ 40 26 .606 1 Won Division Semifinals vs. Indianapolis Olympians, 2–0
Won Division Finals vs. Rochester Royals, 3–1
Won NBA Finals vs. New York Knicks, 4–3
John Kundla
1952–53 Western * 1st ¤ 48 22 .686 Won Division Semifinals vs. Indianapolis Olympians, 2–0
Won Division Finals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 3–2
Won NBA Finals vs. New York Knicks, 4–1
George Mikan John Kundla
1953–54 Western * 1st ¤ 46 26 .639 Won Division Finals vs. Rochester Royals, 2–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Syracuse Nationals, 4–3
John Kundla
1954–55 Western 2nd ¤ 40 32 .556 3 Won Division Semifinals vs. Rochester Royals, 2–1
Lost Division Finals to Fort Wayne Pistons, 3–1
John Kundla
1955–56 Western 2nd ¤ 33 39 .458 4 Won Division Second Place Tie Breaker vs. St. Louis Hawks, 1–0
Lost Division Semifinals to St. Louis Hawks, 2–1
John Kundla
1956–57 Western 2nd ¤ 34 38 .472 Lost Division First Place Tie Breaker to St. Louis Hawks, 1–0
Won Division Semifinals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 2–0
Lost Division Finals to St. Louis Hawks, 3–0
John Kundla
1957–58 Western 4th 19 53 .264 22 Did not reach the Playoffs John Kundla
George Mikan
1958–59 Western * 2nd ¤ 33 39 .458 16 Won Division Semifinals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 2–1
Won Division Finals vs. St. Louis Hawks, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–0
Elgin Baylor
John Kundla
1959–60 Western 3rd ¤ 25 50 .333 21 Won Division Semifinals vs. Detroit Pistons, 2–0
Lost Division Finals to St. Louis Hawks, 4–3
John Castellani
Jim Pollard
1960–61 Western 2nd ¤ 36 43 .456 15 Won Division Semifinals vs. Detroit Pistons, 3–2
Lost Division Finals to St. Louis Hawks, 4–3
Fred Schaus
1961–62 Western * 1st ¤ 54 26 .675 Won Division Finals vs. Detroit Pistons, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3
Fred Schaus
1962–63 Western * 1st ¤ 53 27 .663 Won Division Finals vs. St. Louis Hawks, 4–3
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–2
Fred Schaus
1963–64 Western 3rd ¤ 42 38 .525 6 Lost Division Semifinals to St. Louis Hawks, 3–2 Fred Schaus
1964–65 Western * 1st ¤ 49 31 .613 Won Division Finals vs. Baltimore Bullets, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–1
Fred Schaus
1965–66 Western * 1st ¤ 53 27 .663 Won Division Finals vs. St. Louis Hawks, 4–3
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3
Fred Schaus
1966–67 Western 3rd ¤ 36 45 .444 8 Lost Division Semifinals to San Francisco Warriors, 3–0 Fred Schaus
1967–68 Western * 2nd ¤ 52 30 .634 4 Won Division Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–1
Won Division Finals vs. San Francisco Warriors, 4–0
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–2
Butch van Breda Kolff
1968–69 Western * 1st ¤ 55 27 .671 Won Division Semifinals vs. San Francisco Warriors, 4–2
Won Division Finals vs. Atlanta Hawks, 4–1
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3
Jerry West Butch van Breda Kolff
1969–70 Western * 2nd ¤ 46 36 .561 2 Won Division Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–3
Won Division Finals vs. Atlanta Hawks, 4–0
Lost NBA Finals to New York Knicks, 4–3
Joe Mullaney
1970–71 Western 2nd ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 48 34 .585 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–3
Lost Conference Finals to Milwaukee Bucks, 4–1
Joe Mullaney
1971–72 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 69 13 .841 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–0
Won Conference Finals vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 4–2
Won NBA Finals vs. New York Knicks, 4–1
Jerry West
Bill Sharman
Wilt Chamberlain
Bill Sharman
1972–73 Western * 2nd ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 60 22 .732 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–3
Won Conference Finals vs. Golden State Warriors, 4–1
Lost NBA Finals to New York Knicks, 4–1
Bill Sharman
1973–74 Western 2nd ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 47 35 .573 Lost Conference Semifinals to Milwaukee Bucks, 4–1 Bill Sharman
1974–75 Western 9th Pacific 5th 30 52 .366 18 Did not reach the Playoffs Bill Sharman
1975–76 Western 6th Pacific 4th 40 42 .488 19 Did not reach the Playoffs Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Bill Sharman
1976–77 Western 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 53 29 .646 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Golden State Warriors, 4–3
Lost Conference Finals to Portland Trail Blazers, 4–0
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Jerry West
1977–78 Western 5th ¤ Pacific 4th 45 37 .549 13 Lost First Round to Seattle SuperSonics, 2–1 Jerry West
1978–79 Western 5th ¤ Pacific 3rd 47 35 .573 5 Won First Round vs. Denver Nuggets, 2–1
Lost Conference Semifinals to Seattle SuperSonics, 4–1
Jerry West
1979–80 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 60 22 .732 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 4–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4–2
Magic Johnson
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Jack McKinney
Paul Westhead
1980–81 Western 3rd ¤ Pacific 2nd 54 28 .659 3 Lost First Round to Houston Rockets, 2–1 Paul Westhead
1981–82 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–0
Won Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–0
Won NBA Finals vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4–2
Magic Johnson Paul Westhead

Pat Riley

1982–83 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 58 24 .707 Won Conference Semifinals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Philadelphia 76ers, 4–0
Pat Riley
1983–84 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 54 28 .659 Won First Round vs. Kansas City Kings, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Dallas Mavericks, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3
Pat Riley
1984–85 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 62 20 .756 Won First Round vs. Phoenix Suns, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Boston Celtics, 4–2
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Pat Riley
1985–86 Western 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 62 20 .756 Won First Round vs. San Antonio Spurs, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Dallas Mavericks, 4–2
Lost Conference Finals to Houston Rockets, 4–1
Michael Cooper Pat Riley
1986–87 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 65 17 .793 Won First Round vs. Denver Nuggets, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Golden State Warriors, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 4–0
Won NBA Finals vs. Boston Celtics, 4–2
Michael Cooper
Magic Johnson
Pat Riley
1987–88 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 62 20 .756 Won First Round vs. San Antonio Spurs, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Utah Jazz, 4–3
Won Conference Finals vs. Dallas Mavericks, 4–3
Won NBA Finals vs. Detroit Pistons, 4–3
James Worthy Pat Riley
1988–89 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 4–0
Won Conference Finals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–0
Lost NBA Finals to Detroit Pistons, 4–0
Magic Johnson Pat Riley
1989–90 Western 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 63 19 .768 Won First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 3–1
Lost Conference Semifinals to Phoenix Suns, 4–1
Magic Johnson

Pat Riley
Pat Riley
1990–91 Western * 3rd ¤ Pacific 2nd 58 24 .707 5 Won First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Golden State Warriors, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Chicago Bulls, 4–1
Mike Dunleavy
1991–92 Western 8th ¤ Pacific 6th 43 39 .524 14 Lost First Round to Portland Trail Blazers, 3–1 Magic Johnson
Mike Dunleavy
1992–93 Western 8th ¤ Pacific 5th 39 43 .476 23 Lost First Round to Phoenix Suns, 3–2 Randy Pfund
1993–94 Western 9th Pacific 5th 33 49 .402 30 Did not reach the Playoffs Randy Pfund
Bill Bertka
Magic Johnson
1994–95 Western 5th ¤ Pacific 3rd 48 34 .585 11 Won First Round vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 3–1
Lost Conference Semifinals to San Antonio Spurs, 4–2
Del Harris
Jerry West
Del Harris
1995–96 Western 4th ¤ Pacific 2nd 53 29 .646 11 Lost First Round to Houston Rockets, 3–1 Del Harris
1996–97 Western 4th ¤ Pacific 2nd 56 26 .683 1 Won First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–1
Lost Conference Semifinals to Utah Jazz, 4–1
Del Harris
1997–98 Western 3rd ¤ Pacific 2nd 61 21 .744 Won First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 4–1
Lost Conference Finals to Utah Jazz, 4–0
Del Harris
1998–99 Western 4th ¤ Pacific 2nd 31 19 .620 4 Won First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 3–1
Lost Conference Semifinals to San Antonio Spurs, 4–0
Del Harris
Bill Bertka
Kurt Rambis
1999–00 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 67 15 .817 Won First Round vs. Sacramento Kings, 3–2
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–3
Won NBA Finals vs. Indiana Pacers, 4–2
Shaquille O'Neal
Phil Jackson
2000–01 Western * 2nd ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 56 26 .683 Won First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Sacramento Kings, 4–0
Won Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–0
Won NBA Finals vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4–1
Shaquille O'Neal Phil Jackson
2001–02 Western * 3rd ¤ Pacific 2nd 58 24 .707 Won First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Sacramento Kings, 4–3
Won NBA Finals vs. New Jersey Nets, 4–0
Kobe Bryant
Shaquille O'Neal
Phil Jackson
2002–03 Western 5th ¤ Pacific 2nd 50 32 .610 9 Won First Round vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 4–2
Lost Conference Semifinals to San Antonio Spurs, 4–2
Phil Jackson
2003–04 Western * 2nd ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 56 26 .683 Won First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–2
Won Conference Finals vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Detroit Pistons, 4–1
Shaquille O'Neal Phil Jackson
2004–05 Western 11th Pacific 4th 34 48 .415 28 Did not reach the Playoffs Rudy Tomjanovich
Frank Hamblen
2005–06 Western 7th ¤ Pacific 3rd 45 37 .549 9 Lost First Round to Phoenix Suns, 4–3 Phil Jackson
2006–07 Western 7th ¤ Pacific 2nd 42 40 .512 19 Lost First Round to Phoenix Suns, 4–1 Kobe Bryant Phil Jackson
2007–08 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won First Round vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–0
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Utah Jazz, 4–2
Won Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–1
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–2
Kobe Bryant Phil Jackson
2008–09 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 65 17 .793 Won First Round vs. Utah Jazz, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Houston Rockets, 4–3
Won Conference Finals vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–2
Won NBA Finals vs. Orlando Magic, 4–1
Kobe Bryant
Phil Jackson
2009–10 Western * 1st ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won First Round vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, 4–2
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Utah Jazz, 4–0
Won Conference Finals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–2
Won NBA Finals vs. Boston Celtics, 4–3
Kobe Bryant Phil Jackson
2010–11 Western 2nd ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won First Round vs. New Orleans Hornets, 4–2
Lost Conference Semifinals to Dallas Mavericks, 4–0
Ron Artest
Kobe Bryant
Lamar Odom
Phil Jackson
2011–12 Western 3rd ¤ Pacific ^ 1st ^ 41 25 .621 Won First Round vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–3
Lost Conference Semifinals to Oklahoma City Thunder, 4–1
Pau Gasol Mike Brown

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