With the postseason set to kick off on Tuesday night, ESPN has released its postseason ratings for all 30 NBA teams.
As of this morning, the Atlanta Hawks have the best regular-season record in the Eastern Conference at 29-9.
The Miami Heat are currently tied for second place at 28-10, while the Brooklyn Nets have a 17-game lead over the Philadelphia 76ers for second-place in the East.
The top two teams in the conference are the Chicago Bulls at 29, and the Philadelphia Warriors at 27.
The Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves are tied for eighth with 25 games remaining, and while the San Antonio Spurs have yet to win a game, they are on pace to do so for the first time in franchise history.
In the Western Conference, the Los Angeles Clippers are tied with the Los Angels Angels for the second-best record in North America, while Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut has a 19-game winning streak.
The final seven teams in that conference are tied at 13, with the Phoenix Suns and Sacramento Kings tied for ninth.
The Los Angeles Lakers have a five-game cushion in the Western Division, while San Antonio, Houston and Memphis are tied to finish tied at five apiece.
The NBA has not released its final playoff bracket, which will be released on Monday.