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Until the end of the NBA’s seeding-game schedule on Aug. 14, Yahoo Sports NBA will deliver a daily bubble primer, complete with up-to-date standings and a breakdown of the schedule, from gambling odds to playoff implications and the biggest storylines.

Today marks Day 4 of the restart to the 2019-20 season.

NBA standingsEastern Conference
  • Milwaukee Bucks (54-12)

  • Toronto Raptors (47-18)

  • Boston Celtics (43-22)

  • Miami Heat (42-24)

  • Indiana Pacers (40-26)

  • Philadelphia 76ers (39-27)

  • Orlando Magic (31-35)

  • Brooklyn Nets (30-35)

    Washington Wizards (24-41)

  • Western Conference
  • Los Angeles Lakers (50-15)

  • L.A. Clippers (45-21)

  • Denver Nuggets (43-23)

  • Utah Jazz (42-24)

  • Oklahoma City Thunder (41-24)

  • Houston Rockets (41-24)

  • Dallas Mavericks (40-28)

  • Memphis Grizzlies (32-34)

  • Portland Trail Blazers (30-37)

    San Antonio Spurs (28-36)

    Sacramento Kings (28-37)

    New Orleans Pelicans (28-38)

    Phoenix Suns (27-39)

  • Sunday’s schedule

    (All times Eastern)

    [Yahoo Sports NBA 2019-20 season restart team-by-team previews, collected]

    Washington Wizards vs. Brooklyn Nets, 2 p.m.

    Portland Trail Blazers vs. Boston Celtics, 3:30 p.m. (ABC)

    San Antonio Spurs vs. Memphis Grizzlies, 4 p.m.

    Sacramento Kings vs. Orlando Magic, 6 p.m. (NBATV)

    Milwaukee Bucks vs. Houston Rockets, 8:30 p.m. (ABC)

    Dallas Mavericks vs. Phoenix Suns, 9 p.m.

    BetMGM odds

    Washington Wizards +3.5 (-115)

    Brooklyn Nets -3.5 (-106)

    Over/Under 235.5 (-110)


    Portland Trail Blazers +4 (-110)

    Boston Celtics -4 (-110)

    Over/Under 230.5 (-110)


    San Antonio Spurs +4 (-110)

    Memphis Grizzlies -4 (-110)

    Over/Under 234.5 (-110)


    Sacramento Kings +2.5 (-110)

    Orlando Magic -2.5 (-110)

    Over/Under 227.5


    Milwaukee Bucks -4.5 (-110)

    Houston Rockets +4.5 (-110)

    Over/Under 241.5


    Dallas Mavericks -5.5 (-110)

    Phoenix Suns +5.5 (-110)

    Over/Under 237.5

    © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Giannis Antetokounmpo and James Harden finished 1-2 in last year's MVP race. (Stacy Revere/Getty Images) Playoff implicationsWashington Wizards (24-41) vs. Brooklyn Nets (30-35)

    A Wizards win would draw them within five games of the equally depleted Nets — and a single game of potentially forcing a play-in series for the Eastern Conference’s eighth seed. A Brooklyn victory would almost certainly mean there will be no play-in series in the East, because three games is an awful lot of ground to cover with so few left to play for a Washington team that is missing its three best players.

    Portland Trail Blazers (30-37) vs. Boston Celtics (43-22)

    The Blazers are in a tight battle for ninth place in the West. Depending on how the Grizzlies, Spurs and Kings fare on Sunday, Portland can finish the day as close as 1 1/2 games behind eighth-place Memphis, well within the four-game window required to force a play-in series, or fall to 10th behind San Antonio.

    Boston can wave goodbye to any possibility of catching Toronto for the East’s second seed, after the Raptors beat the Lakers on Saturday. And the Celtics now find themselves in need of protecting the third seed, as Miami has already moved within 1 1/2 games of them in the first few days of seeding play. Dropping to fourth place would be a tough blow, what with the Bucks looming as a second-round foe.

    San Antonio Spurs (28-36) vs. Memphis Grizzlies (32-34)

    San Antonio’s victory against Sacramento on Friday made them a more serious threat for the ninth seed. A win over Memphis would make them even more so, drawing them within two games of eighth place — either in ninth or 10th themselves, depending on how the Blazers fare against the Celtics. The Grizzlies’ once-secure grip on the eighth seed will start to feel awfully lose with another loss to a playoff challenger.

    Sacramento Kings (28-37) vs. Orlando Magic (31-35)

    After losing to San Antonio on Friday, Sacramento can hardly afford to lose another winnable game on the eight-game seeding schedule. A win over Orlando keeps them in the hunt for ninth place and a play-in series, but a loss could drop them as far as three games back in that race, closer to the 13th-place Suns.

    The Magic swapped places with the Nets following a win over Brooklyn on Friday, moving into seventh, where they would avoid Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks in the opening round. A win would make that seventh spot a little more comfortable, but a loss puts Orlando back into a virtual tie with Brooklyn.

    Milwaukee Bucks (54-12) vs. Houston Rockets (41-24)

    The Bucks can clinch the No. 1 seed in the East with a win on Sunday. A loss leaves the door open for the unlikelihood that the second-place Raptors could close a six-game deficit over their final seven outings.

    Houston is in a more crowded seeding race in the West. A win would temporarily vault them into fourth place — ahead of both Utah (by way of tiebreaker) and Oklahoma City. The Rockets would stay put in the standings with a loss, the firmness of their hold on sixth place dependent on how Dallas fares on Sunday.

    Dallas Mavericks (40-28) vs. Phoenix Suns (27-39)

    The Suns’ season-reopening win over the Wizards gave them a glimmer of hope in their near-impossible quest of leapfrogging four teams in the standings and forcing a play-in series for the eighth seed. Any loss further chips away at that hope, almost to the point of extinguishing it, but a win could draw 13th-place Phoenix within a half-game of the Pelicans (and potentially the Kings, too, if they lose to the Magic).

    Who and what to watchDame Time

    In their overtime victory against the Grizzlies on Friday, the Blazers looked fully prepared to not only force a play-in series for the eighth seed, but potentially make noise in the playoffs. Damian Lillard is the best player on any of the teams battling for the West’s final playoff spot by a wide margin, and his career is full of clutch performances with Portland’s season on the line. These seeding games fall under that category.

    Boston presents a real challenge, with a plethora of wings capable of leveraging their skill over Portland’s lack of depth at that spot. But the Celtics cannot hide Kemba Walker on defense against the Blazers, because both Lillard and C.J. McCollum can cause nightmares for opposing guards. One of them needs to have a monster game if Portland hopes to beat a Boston team in need of a win. This is Dame Time.

    It is also an opportunity for Walker to test his playoff mettle. He and Lillard were both drafted in the top 10 in back-to-back years. Walker made the playoffs just twice in eight opportunities with the Charlotte Hornets. Lillard is gunning for his seventh straight playoff appearance. Circumstances beyond their control played into that discrepancy, but Lillard long ago surpassed Walker on the point guard hierarchy.

    The 2019 MVP debate revisited

    A feud has been brewing ever since Giannis Antetokounmpo won last year’s MVP award over James Harden (and deservedly so). The Rockets posted a since-deleted tweet in the immediate aftermath of Antetokounmpo’s first MVP victory that read, “Congrats the MVP, but we respectfully disagree,” along with an obviously biased offensive statistical case. Harden added fuel to the fire during a pair of preseason radio interviews, suggesting a media narrative played a role in Antetokounmpo’s victory.

    Antetokounmpo jabbed back when serving as a captain for this year’s All-Star Game. He passed on selecting Harden in favor of Walker, telling a national TV audience, “I want somebody that’s going to pass the ball.” Antetokounmpo threw an elbow at Harden’s throat during the exhibition, and afterward said of his team’s offensive strategy, “We were just trying to find whoever James Harden was guarding.”

    Harden later told ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, “I wish I was just 7 feet and could just run and just dunk. That takes no skill at all. I’ve got to actually learn how to play basketball and have skill. I’ll take that every day.”

    Antetokounmpo declined to take the bait when given the opportunity, and even suggested during the hiatus that Harden was the most difficult player to defend in the NBA. The two teams last met in their season opener on Oct. 24. Antetokounmpo amassed 30 points (11-17 FG), 13 rebounds and 11 assists in 28 minutes of a 117-111 victory. Harden shot 2-for-13 from the field and committed seven turnovers.

    More from our NBA restart series:

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    • Can anyone in the East upset Giannis Antetokounmpo's Bucks?

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    • Can the 76ers finally figure out their chemistry issues with a restart?

    • How much tanking will we see inside the NBA bubble?

    • Which 8th seed would be the biggest threat to the Lakers?

    • Is a Lakers-Clippers Western Conference finals inevitable?

    • Who will win the 2020 NBA championship?

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    Wade, James’ former Miami Heat teammate and good friend, was guesting on Monday’s NBA pregame show on TNT and poked fun at James’ outfit by showing up to the studio wearing one of his own. The retired star even put on some baby oil to suggest that James had done the same.

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Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash, Dallas Mavericks Dirk and Nash spent six seasons together in Dallas from the late 1990s and into the 2000s. Though they did not deliver an NBA championship to Mavericks fans, the pair led the club to four straight playoff appearances during that stretch. As perhaps the premier guard-forward combo at the time, Nowitzki and Nash were consistent scoring threats. 4/26 SLIDES © Getty Images 23. Charles Barkley and Kevin Johnson, Phoenix Suns Chuck and KJ helped build the Suns into a Western Conference power during their four seasons (1992-93-1995-96) together in Phoenix. In their first of the four, Barkley and Johnson led the Suns to the 1993 NBA Finals against the Chicago Bulls. While Barkley also spent time in Philadelphia and Houston, Johnson played all but a bit of his 12 NBA seasons with the Suns. Slideshow continues on the next slide 5/26 SLIDES © DOUG KANTER/AFP via Getty Images 22. Willis Reed and Walt Frazier, New York Knicks There were plenty of key contributors during the New York Knicks' two title teams in the early 1970s (1970 and '73), but these two were the focal points. The 6-foot-9 Reed was the star of the show, averaging at least 20 points in five of his 10 seasons with the Knicks. Frazier, meanwhile, was the showman. From the 1969-70 season to the '73-74 campaign, "Clyde" as he was known, averaged 21.5 points while New York reached the NBA Finals three times during that span. 6/26 SLIDES © Getty Images 21. Clyde Drexler and Terry Porter, Portland Trail Blazers Drexler and Porter made up one of the best backcourts in NBA history. Unfortunately, they were unable to bring a championship to Portland but did take the Trail Blazers to the Finals in 1990 and 1992. Perhaps one of the more underrated aspects of their game was the physical play they brought to the court. They were not afraid to mix it up — on both ends of the floor. 7/26 SLIDES © Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports 20. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder It's still kind of surprising (though not completely) that Durant and Westbrook were unable to bring a title to Oklahoma City during their time together. (they came close in 2012.) As we've learned, the two might not have had the best relationship as time went on. Again, not completely surprising when you have two prolific offensive players who also have decent-sized egos. Still, can't argue with the talent both brought to the table when together. 8/26 SLIDES © JEFF HAYNES/AFP via Getty Images 19. Shaquille O'Neal and Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando Magic Shaq and Penny were all the rage while playing in Orlando during the mid-1990s. Still one of the best inside-outside combos in the league, O'Neal averaged 27.2 points and 12.5 rebounds during his four seasons with the Magic. 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During that campaign, Hakeem averaged a stellar 33 points, 10.3 rebounds and 4.5 assists. Drexler, meanwhile, posted 20.5, 7.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per contest en route to recording his only NBA championship. 11/26 SLIDES © Paul Bereswill/Newsday RM via Getty Images 16. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson, Milwaukee Bucks While the current Milwaukee Bucks have the look of an NBA champion, we harken back to the early days of the franchise. No offense to talented scorer Bob Dandridge, who shined during the early days of the Bucks franchise, but Kareem and the "Big O" were the backbone of Milwaukee's run to the 1971 NBA championship. Jabbar averaged 31.7 points with 16.0 boards, while Robertson put up 19.4 for a club that won 66 regular-season games. 12/26 SLIDES © John McDonough/Icon Sportswire 15. David Robinson and Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs The Twin Towers — San Antonio version — won a pair of titles with the Spurs in 1999 and again in 2003, the first with Robinson still playing at a relatively high level. Duncan was in his second season when he won his first title for San Antonio and averaged 23.8 points with 11.5 rebounds. The Admiral, that same campaign, put up 15.6 points and grabbed 10.0 boards per contest during the postseason. 13/26 SLIDES © Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports 14. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors Though injuries have kept these two stars off the court of late, they are rightfully amid the best duos in the history of the game — at the moment and in the annals of the league. Curry, a career 23.5-points-per-game scorer, and Thompson, at 19.5, have keyed the Warriors three NBA titles and five total Finals appearances from 2014-15 to 2018-19. Once healthy, it will be interesting to see if they can find that championship form again. 14/26 SLIDES © Brian Bahr / Getty Images 13. Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp, Seattle SuperSonics Payton ended up winning a championship with Miami in 2006, but he and big-man Kemp enjoyed some solid success in Seattle during the 1990s. In 1992-93, they helped the Sonics reach the Western Conference finals. Three seasons later, with Kemp putting up 19.6 points and 11.4 boards per game and "The Glove" scoring 19.3 a game while dishing out 7.5 assists and playing his air-tight defense, Seattle reached the NBA Finals before losing to Chicago. Slideshow continues on the next slide 15/26 SLIDES © Bettmann/Getty Images 12. Julius Erving and Moses Malone, Philadelphia 76ers The Sixers most recent NBA championship came in 1983. And Philadelphia fans can thank Dr. J. and Moses for making that possible. 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