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  • And Down the Stretch They Come: Who Gets the Final 2 Spots in the EC Playoff Derby ?

    With two weeks to go to the end of the Regular Season there are two spots open in the East for the Playoffs.
    Who makes it in ?

    Brooklyn.. Won 5 in a row. 8 games left including tonight vs Raps. 6 at Home and 2 on the Road. No one hurt.
    Miami.... 2up and 3 down in their last 5. 7 left with 4 at home 3 on the road. Wade limping again.
    Boston...3up and 2 down in their last 5. 7 left including tonite with 3 at home 4 on the road. Cleveland and Toronto home and away. Do they really want to fall out of the lottery ?
    Charlotte...2up and 3down in their last 5. 7 left with 3 at home and 4 on the road. Jefferson limping. Atlanta, Houston and Toronto twice. Miami on the road.
    Indy ...2up and 3down in their last 5. 6 left with 3 at home and 3 on the road. No one hurt. Pistons+Knicks offset by OKC+Memphis.
    11
    Brooklyn
    45.45%
    5
    Miami
    36.36%
    4
    Boston
    9.09%
    1
    Charlotte
    0.00%
    0
    Indy
    9.09%
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    Last edited by Demographic Shift; Fri Apr 3, 2015, 10:09 PM.
    Alumni of the greatest minor hockey team ever the 1964 Schumacher Bears. Defeating the South Porcupine Gold Kings, Legion Branch 88 and the Abitibi Eskimos.

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    BKN has a chance at not only getting 1 of the last 2 spots but with the way they are playing now and MIL playing so bad they might grab the #6 being only 2.5 games behind

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      RepTdot wrote: View Post
      BKN has a chance at not only getting 1 of the last 2 spots but with the way they are playing now and MIL playing so bad they might grab the #6 being only 2.5 games behind
      Not impossible but pretty unlikely. If the Bucks win 2 of their remaining 6 then the Nets have to go 6 and 1 to take 6th. Bucks hold the first tie breaker which I am pretty sure is conference record. The bucks have the Knicks/Philly/Orlando on the sched.

      TIEBREAKER BASIS:

      (1) Division leader wins tie from team not leading a division
      (2) Head-to-head won-lost percentage
      (3) Conference won-lost percentage
      (4) W-L Percentage vs. Playoff teams, own conference
      (5) W-L Percentage vs. Playoff teams, other conference
      (6) Net Points, all games
      Last edited by Demographic Shift; Mon Apr 6, 2015, 01:13 PM. Reason: Adding Tie Breaker Order of Presidence
      Alumni of the greatest minor hockey team ever the 1964 Schumacher Bears. Defeating the South Porcupine Gold Kings, Legion Branch 88 and the Abitibi Eskimos.

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