The winners of last night's games to watch are in bold Boston at Cleveland New York at Miami Philadelphia at Toronto For the second day in a row, the home teams have prevailed. The Celtics loss to the Cavs doesn't change seeding but it does give the Cavs a certain swagger going into the playoffs. Let's just hope it also makes them over confident. Philly's loss is the one that may make a difference in the standings since it moves them into a tie with Chicago for the 6th seed.
Eastern Conference Standings Now Look Like This: Seed Team GB 1. Cleveland 0 2. Boston 5 3. Orlando 7 4. Atlanta 19 5. Miami 23 6. Philadelphia 25 7. Chicago 25 8. Detroit 26
Games to Watch on Monday Chicago at Detroit - This is a key matchup. If Chicago wins, they move up into the 6th spot, making Philadelphia the Celtics opening round opponent. If Chicago loses, they are back to even with the Pistons with one game left for each team. But things don't look good for Philly because their 2 remaining games are against Boston and Cleveland.
Orlando at Milwaukee Cleveland at Indiana Although these games won't matter in the standings, it will be interesting to see how the other top seeds perform as they get closer to the playoffs.