NBA has voted to keep the play-in tournament around for the foreseeable future.
The play-in tournament has generally been considered a success, so it is no surprise that the league is keeping it around.
The play-in tournament — in its current form — has been used in each of the past two seasons; the teams that finish seventh, eighth, ninth and 10th in each conference meet to determine the final two playoff spots in each conference.
The No. 7 team plays the No. 8 team, with the winner clinching the No. 7 seed in the playoffs. The No. 9 team plays the No. 10 team, with the loser eliminated and the winner moving on to face the team that lost the 7-8 game. The winner of that matchup is the No. 8 seed.
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