Arena: STAPLES Center ▪ Attendance: 776,336 (8th of 29)
NBA 2001 Playoffs:
Won NBA Finals (4-1) versus Philadelphia 76ers (Series Stats)
Won NBA Western Conference Finals (4-0) versus San Antonio Spurs (Series Stats)
Won NBA Western Conference Semifinals (4-0) versus Sacramento Kings (Series Stats)
Won NBA Western Conference First Round (3-0) versus Portland Trail Blazers (Series Stats)
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Transactions listed are from July 1, 2000 to June
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|August 15, 2000||Signing||
Signed Stanislav Medvedenko as a free agent.
|August 23, 2000||Signing||
Signed Andy Panko as a free agent.
|August 25, 2000||Signing||
Signed Isaiah Rider as a free agent.
|September 20, 2000||Trade||
As part of a 4-team trade, the Los Angeles Lakers traded Travis Knight, Glen Rice and a 2001 1st round draft pick (Jamaal Tinsley was later selected) to the New York Knicks; the New York Knicks traded Chris Dudley and a 2001 1st round draft pick (Jason Collins was later selected) to the Phoenix Suns; the New York Knicks traded Patrick Ewing to the Seattle SuperSonics; the Phoenix Suns traded Luc Longley to the New York Knicks; the Seattle SuperSonics traded Emanual Davis, Greg Foster, Horace Grant and Chuck Person to the Los Angeles Lakers; and the Seattle SuperSonics traded Lazaro Borrell, Vernon Maxwell, Vladimir Stepania, a 2001 2nd round draft pick (Eric Chenowith was later selected), a 2001 2nd round draft pick (Michael Wright was later selected) and a 2002 1st round draft pick (Kareem Rush was later selected) to the New York Knicks.
|October 2, 2000||Signing||
Signed Mike Penberthy as a free agent.
|October 25, 2000||Waiver||
Waived Emanual Davis.
|October 29, 2000||Waiver||
Waived Andy Panko.
|June 28, 2001||Trade|