2014 NBA Playoff Ticket Information

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NBA Playoff News

Pacers, Spurs Garner Top Seeds for NBA Playoffs 2014

Though it was the San Antonio Spurs with the best overall record, and the Indiana Pacers securing the top spot in the Eastern Conference, all eyes will surely be on the Miami Heat during the 2014 NBA Playoffs. The LeBron James-led squad will be seeking its fourth straight trip to the NBA Finals and third straight championship, a feat not seen since the Los Angeles Lakers’ run from 2000-02. Speaking of notable franchises, 2014 marks the first time in NBA history that the postseason will not include the Lakers, Celtics, and Knicks. On the flip side, several teams ended playoff droughts this year including the Trail Blazers, Wizards, Bobcats, and Raptors.

Unlike the NHL, no major changes were made to the NBA’s playoff bracket, however, the NBA Finals will introduce the familiar 2-2-1-1-1 format for the series. The unanimous vote to implement the change for the Finals was made last October and marks the first time in 29 years that the final series will not use the previous 2-3-2 rotation.