- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A look at where things stand in the NBA playoff picture, with one day remaining in the regular season:



How is New York not in the playoffs? Even without Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks beat Brooklyn on Tuesday night - their third double-digit win over the Nets this season.

And that means five seedings will be decided on the season’s final night.

Indiana is No. 1, Miami is No. 2 and Atlanta is No. 8. Brooklyn could have wrapped up No. 5 on Tuesday.

Toronto controls its destiny for No. 3, Brooklyn can still win to get No. 5 and Washington can ensure it finishes no worse than No. 6 with a victory.



More end-of-season madness awaits: Four seedings are undecided.

San Antonio is No. 1, Houston is No. 4, Portland is No. 5 and Golden State is No. 6.

The Clippers could have settled two more seeds if they had lost Tuesday night, but their win over Denver kept them alive in the race with Oklahoma City for No. 2.

Those controlling their fates on the season’s final night: Oklahoma City in the race for No. 2, and Dallas and Memphis in the race for No. 7 - which works out nicely, since they play one another.



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