Wednesday is the final night of the 2013-14 regular season and all 30 teams will be in action.
Although the Memphis Grizzlies took some of the fun out of the final night by defeating the Phoenix Suns Monday and clinching the final postseason berth, there are still a couple of games that have playoff implications.
With a 109-98 loss to the New York Knicks on Tuesday night, the Brooklyn Nets are now just one game ahead of the Washington Wizards for the fifth seed. The Wizards defeated the Nets in all three meetings this year so if the Wizards defeat the Boston Celtics and the Nets fall to the to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Wizards can pass the Nets for the fifth seed. However, if the Wizards lose to the Celtics and the Charlotte Bobcats defeat the Chicago Bulls, the Bobcats will pass the Wizards and earn the sixth seed.
The Bulls are currently tied with the Toronto Raptors for the third seed with the Raptors having the tie-breaker due to their Atlantic Division title. Should the Bulls win and the Raptors lose to the New York Knicks, the Bulls can pass the Raptors.
In the West, the Memphis Grizzlies will host the Dallas Mavericks with the seventh seed on the line. The loser will be the eight seed and take on the San Antonio Spurs in the first round.
If the Los Clippers, who took down the Denver Nuggets 117-105 Tuesday night, defeat the Portland Trail Blazers and the Thunder fall to the Detroit Pistons, the Clippers will claim the two seed.
If the postseason started today, these would be the current matchups:
Indiana Pacers(1) vs. Atlanta Hawks(8)
Chicago Bulls (4) vs. Brooklyn Nets (5)
Toronto Raptors (3) vs. Washington Wizards (6)
Miami Heat (2) vs. Charlotte Bobcats (7)
San Antonio Spurs (1) vs. Memphis Grizzlies (8)
Houston Rockets (4) vs. Portland Trail Blazers (5)
Los Angeles Clippers (3) vs. Golden State Warriors (6)
Oklahoma City Thunder (2) vs. Dallas Mavericks (7)