Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Spurs can finish 2, 3, 5, 6

One day left in the regular season and still much to decide.

East
Atlanta is the top seed, plays at Chicago
Cleveland is the second seed, plays Washington
Chicago can be the third or fourth seed, plays Atlanta
Toronto can be the fourth or third seed, play Charlotte
Washington is the fifth seed, plays at Cleveland
Milwaukee is the sixth seed, plays Boston
Boston is the seventh seed, plays at Milwaukee
Indiana can be the eighth seed or out of the playoffs, plays at Memphis
Brooklyn can be out of the playoffs or the eighth seed, plays Orlando
Miami has been eliminated, plays at Philadelphia

West
Golden State is the top seed, plays Denver
San Antonio can be the second, third, fifth, or sixth seed, plays at New Orleans
Clippers can be the third or second seed, not playing
Portland is the fourth seed, plays at Dallas
Houston can be the second, fifth, or sixth seed, plays Utah
Memphis can be the sixth or fifth seed, plays Indiana
Dallas is the seventh seed, plays Portland
New Orleans can be the eighth seed or out of the playoffs, plays San Antonio
Oklahoma City can be out of the playoffs or the eighth seed, plays at Minnesota

So these are essentially big playoff games: Indiana at Memphis, San Antonio at New Orleans.  The Indiana-Memphis game will be on ESPN, but not the San Antonio-New Orleans game.  They'll have the Charlotte-Toronto game because it starts at 7:00 PM EDT (1:00 PM HST).  The San Antonio-New Orleans game starts at 8:00 PM EDT (along with nine other NBA games starting at the same time, League Pass subscribers go nuts).  Indiana-Memphis at 9:30 PM EDT.  Sacramento at Lakers at 10:30 PM EDT.

...  Meanwhile, the Knicks are one game behind Minnesota in the battle for the worst record in the league.  Philadelphia is one game back of the Knicks.  And despite all their efforts, the Lakers will finish with only the fourth worst record.

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