2019 NBA Playoffs are right around the corner, so we take a look at the Eastern Conference standings as we exit the 2019 All-Star break. There are 10 Eastern Conference teams still in the playoff race - led at the top by the Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers, Boston Celtics, Indiana Pacers, & Toronto Raptors.
Who will make the playoffs out of the Eastern Conference? NBA Now host Harris Rubenstein of Chat Sports breaks down every team currently in the hunt as well as a few teams on the bubble! Can Giannis Antetokounmpo lead the Bucks to the #1 seed and a trip to the NBA Finals? Will Kemba Walker be able to keep the Charlotte Hornets afloat? Will Blake Griffin and the Detroit Pistons squeeze their way into the playoffs or will Erik Spoelestra and the Miami Heat beat them to it?
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We look at a possible classic Celtics vs 76ers match up in the 1st round in seeds 4 and 5. Then, we give you updated odds on who will make the postseason and where the best bets lie!
Eastern Conference Playoff Picture exiting the 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend is below:
#10 Orlando Magic
#9 Miami Heat
#8 Detroit Pistons
#7 Charlotte Hornets
#6 Brooklyn Nets
#5 Philadelphia 76ers
#4 Boston Celtics
#3 Indiana Pacers
#2 Toronto Raptors
#1 Milwaukee Bucks
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