Projecting the 2012-13 Final NBA Pacific Division Standings

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Projecting the 2012-13 Final NBA Pacific Division Standings
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After the Los Angeles Clippers ran a close race to the finish with the Lakers last season, NBA fans will watch anxiously to see whether they can hang with the Lake Show this season.

The landscape of the Pacific Division has changed to a moderate extent. The Lakers made two big moves to revamp their championship window. Meanwhile, the Clippers made changes on the edges.

Two of the other three teams made significant changes to reposition themselves in the division race. The Phoenix Suns brought in a rising point guard in Goran Dragic and the Golden State Warriors brought in a solid backup in Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry to reinforce the frontcourt—since you never know when Andrew Bogut's body will fall apart.

The Sacramento Kings signed Aaron Brooks and drafted Thomas Robinson, but appear to be generally the same team.

Mostly, this division race is about the Lakers and the Clippers, though the Suns and Warriors could be interesting. Read along for a breakdown of the Pacific Division standings.

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