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On ESPN: Mavs-Grizzlies

Will Dallas or Memphis claim the 7th spot? They meet to decide playoff fates (LIVE).

On League Pass: Pistons-OKC

In the last game of the season, a Thunder win could change a lot in the West (LIVE).

On League Pass: Bulls-'Cats

Whether Chicago or Charlotte grabs a win will determine some East seedings (LIVE).

Blogtable: Game Faces On

Which player -- not named KD or LeBron -- is best poised for a big playoff showing?

The Starters: Best & Worst

Some Cavs-related preseason predictions made the guys look bad in the end.

End Of The Line

On the season's final night, some playoff-bound squads have one last shot.

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Jockeying time

The field is set. Now it's about positioning for the 16 teams.


Kia Rookie Ladder

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Mighty MCW

Philly's Michael Carter-Williams is clearly our No. 1 guy.

Shaqtin' A Fool

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Worst of the worst

Shaq brings you the five worst moments of the regular season.

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The Starters

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That's Egg-ertainment

J.E. Skeets gets pelted with eggs to close out Wednesday's show.

'An MVP Season'

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Friday, 10 p.m. ET

Take a closer look at an incredible season Friday night on NBA TV.

Stats & Standings

Stats Leaders


Rank Eastern W L
1 Indiana 55 26
2 Miami 54 27
3 Toronto 48 33
4 Chicago 48 33
5 Brooklyn 44 37
6 Washington 43 38
7 Charlotte 42 39
8 Atlanta 37 44
Rank Western W L
1 San Antonio 62 19
2 Oklahoma City 58 23
3 L.A. Clippers 57 24
4 Houston 54 27
5 Portland 53 28
6 Golden State 50 31
7 Dallas 49 32
8 Memphis 49 32
Full Standings

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Off and running

Corey Brewer is one of the NBA's best fast-break scorers.


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Climbing the charts

Paul Pierce isn't far from being No. 17 on the all-time scoring list.