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Top four seed doesn't guarantee home-court advantage


Link to Sunday column:

http://www.phillyburbs.com/blogs/sports_columnists/tom_moore/top-four-seed-doesn-t-mean-home-court-advantage/article_bb4005e7-8a49-5a5a-8ae5-a478a57f0ae1.html

Here is a portion of the column:

The Atlantic Division-leading Sixers would be the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference if the season ended Saturday. The other division leaders (Chicago and Miami) would earn the top two seeds and Orlando, the Southeast Division second-placer, would be No. 3.

But because the fifth-seeded Pacers were one game ahead of the Sixers going into Saturday's games, Indiana would get home-court advantage in the opening best-of-seven series with the Sixers.

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