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NBA Standings: Atlanta's Magic Number At One To Clinch Eastern Conference's Fifth Seed

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Southeast Standings

W L PCT GB STRK
Miami 54 23 .701 0 Won 3
Orlando 48 29 .623 6 Lost 1
Atlanta 44 33 .571 10 Lost 1
Charlotte 32 44 .421 21.5 Lost 2
Washington 20 56 .263 33.5 Won 2

(updated 4.4.2011 at 10:38 AM EDT)


EASTERN CONFERENCE
Eastern W L PCT GB CONF DIV HOME ROAD L 10 STREAK
Chicago1c 56 20 0.737 0.0 34-13 14-1 33-5 23-15 8-2 W 3
Miami2se 54 23 0.701 2.5 34-13 11-3 28-10 26-13 8-2 W 3
Boston3a 53 23 0.697 3.0 34-12 11-3 30-8 23-15 5-5 W 1
Orlando4x 48 29 0.623 8.5 32-15 10-5 27-11 21-18 6-4 L 1
Atlanta5x 44 33 0.571 12.5 31-17 9-4 24-15 20-18 5-5 L 1
Philadelphia6x 40 37 0.519 16.5 24-23 8-5 25-12 15-25 6-4 L 1
New York7x 38 38 0.500 18.0 24-22 7-5 22-17 16-21 4-6 W 3
Indiana8 35 43 0.449 22.0 26-22 9-7 22-16 13-27 6-4 L 1
Charlotte 32 44 0.421 24.0 20-26 3-10 20-18 12-26 4-6 L 2
Milwaukee 31 45 0.408 25.0 23-24 5-9 20-19 11-26 5-5 W 1

Hawks Schedule This week: Tues Vs. San Antonio, Friday @ Indiana, Saturday @ Washington

Atlanta's magic number is down to one as they close in on the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference. Philadelphia plays in Boston Tuesday night while the Hawks host the San Antonio Spurs. After a couple of off days, Atlanta heads out on the road for games in Indiana and Washington. The Pacers are clinging to the eighth seed with a two game lead over Charlotte. Atlanta will play a part in the race for the eighth seed as they play both Indiana and Charlotte over the last week and a half of the regular season.