Poll: First-Round Home Court In The East?

Chicago, Miami, Indiana, and Atlanta finished with the top four records in the East last season. Interestingly enough, although the Atlantic Division champion Celtics were awarded the fourth seed in the playoffs, they did not have homecourt advantage in their first round series against the fifth-seeded Hawks, who had one more regular season win than Boston. 

A significant amount of roster changes with several teams in the East could have a major effect on the playoff landscape, including Dwight Howard's move to the West along with Derrick Rose's recovery from injury. Having said that, which Eastern Conference team that did not finish with homecourt advantage in the first round last season has the best chance of doing so in 2012-13? 

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One thought on “Poll: First-Round Home Court In The East?

  1. alphakira

    *facepalm* Brooklyn? Do people know that it’s typically the top 4 that get home court advantage? Surely they don’t think Joe Johnson is the reason they move from 22 wins to top 4…right?!


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