As the last two weeks of the regular season unfold, we’ve still got seeding battles galore to figure out. The league’s best continue to shine, but below them a whole lot is still left to figure out, as several teams need to decide whether to play to win, or play for a desired playoff matchup.

1. Golden State Warriors last week 1

Things have been pretty good for the Warriors lately. The team has won 11 straight games and they have some Durant guy’s return pending. Your 2017 title favorites, ladies and gentleman.

2. San Antonio Spurs last week 2

Winners of seven of their last eight games, things have been pretty good for the Spurs. The team has been dominant on both ends of the floor. With the top seed likely out of reach and no risk of the Rockets catching them, it’ll be interesting to see how frequently they rest down the stretch.

3. Boston Celtics last week 4

The top seed in the East belongs to the Celtics. The team is finishing strong down the stretch and have put themselves in a good position to keep their place. Boston now has two days of rest before playing the Cavs on Wednesday, who will be playing their third game in four nights. The top seed is on a platter, they just have to take it.

4. Toronto Raptors last week 6

The Raptors have won eight of their last nine games and are climbing up the East standings. Only two of their remaining five games come against current playoff teams, one of which being a likely-to-rest Cavs on the last night of the season. So Toronto should manage to hold on to their current seeding.

5. Houston Rockets last week 3

Victims of their schedule, the Rockets had lost three straight games before getting a win over the Suns. Playing the Warriors and a hungry Blazers squad over that losing stretch was a tall order. With their seeding guaranteed, the Rockets are another candidate to rest over the last couple weeks.

6. Cleveland Cavaliers last week 5

The Cavaliers have bounced back from their three game losing streak with a blowout win over the Sixers and a double overtime win against the Pacers. While the defense has looked better over the past few games, it’s now their offense that has been laboring. There’s still much to figure out, with not much time left.

7. Portland Trail Blazers last week 8

The red hot Blazers have won six straight games, even with Jusuf Nurkic going down with a fractured leg. With each win, they inch closer to clinching a playoff spot.

8. Milwaukee Bucks last week 9

One of the biggest surprises of the second half of the season has been the Milwaukee Bucks. The team is 7-3 over it’s last ten games and are a game up on the Hawks for fifth in the East. They could be dangerous come the playoffs.

9. L.A. Clippers last week 13

The Clippers have won three straight, and are 7-3 in their last ten games. Having Chris Paul and Blake Griffin healthy has helped the team beat up some weaker competition lately. On the one hand, the recent winning has likely helped the team clinch a top five seed. But it’s been a long time since the Clippers have come up with a quality win.

10. Utah Jazz last week 10

The Jazz have been holding off the Clippers for home-court in the first round. The first round match-up between Jazz and Clippers seems inevitable at this point, so it’ll just come down to which team has home court.

11. Washington Wizards last week 7

Losers of three straight games, the Wizards recent slide has allowed the Raptors to overtake them in the standings. Washington has been struggling recently, beyond their recent slide. They only have a .500 record over their last ten games. This is far from ideal with the playoffs looming.

12. Oklahoma City Thunder last week 11

A disappointing home loss to the Hornets gave the Thunder it’s first pair of back to back losses in over a month. The Thunder have overachieved this season, but their place in the standings may come down to Wednesday’s game against the Grizzlies. Win, and they’d all but be assured of a series against the Rockets. Lose, and they risk playing the Spurs.

13. Chicago Bulls last week 18

The Bulls have won four straight games and have the easiest remaining schedule in the league. Sitting pretty in seventh place, the Bulls look like a playoff lock — something that didn’t seem so clear a week ago.

14. Miami Heat last week 16

Miami has lost its last two games and are grasping to a tiebreaker over the Pacers to keep them in the playoffs. Miami’s season has been one of the best stories in the league, but they will need to earn their playoff spot down the stretch.

15. Memphis Grizzlies last week 12

Memphis appears to have righted the ship after a four game losing streak, though the pair of wins were followed by a disappointing loss to the Lakers. Memphis has a tough game in San Antonio, followed by a showdown against the Thunder.

16. Atlanta Hawks last week 20

The Hawks are limping towards the playoffs, but they got some good news as Paul Millsap has returned from injury. Even with Millsap, the Hawks lost to the lowly Nets. Unless the team can turn things around in a hurry, whoever plays them essentially will have a first round bye.

17. Denver Nuggets last week 14

The Nuggets are hanging on for dear life onto their slight playoff hopes. Their loss to the Blazers may prove to be the final nail in the coffin, but the fight the team has shown this season bodes well for their future.

18. Indiana Pacers last week 15

The recent play of the Pacers has put them on the outside of the playoffs looking in. The team has lost four straight games, including a double overtime heartbreaker against the Cavs. Outside of George, the Pacers simply haven’t been receiving enough help.

19. Dallas Mavericks last week 17

Dallas has been eliminated from the playoffs after showing a surprising amount of life down the stretch. The coaching job of Rick Carlisle has been one of the finest this season, it just unfortunately was not enough.

20. Detroit Pistons last week 19

The Pistons have lost six of their last seven games, and now sit two games out of the final playoff spot. The Pistons are one of the biggest disappointments this season, and have gone from a promising young playoff team to a lottery team.