Regular Season and Playoffs Schedule in Standard Leagues
REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE All Standard leagues (Free and Prize-Eligible) play with a fixed 19-week regular season. To view your team's schedule click on the "Schedule" link on your main team page. To view any individual matchup period click on the main "Scoreboard" tab (it will default to the current period).

H2H SEASON OVERVIEW
REGULAR SEASON DATES NOTES
Matchup 1 - Matchup 19 Start of the NBA Regular Season - Sun. 3/15  Season Start Date TBD
PLAYOFFS DATES NOTES
Round 1 (2 weeks) Mon. 3/16 - Sun. 3/29  1v4, 2v3
Round 2 (2½ weeks) Mon. 3/30 - Wed. 4/15  League Championship

NOTE: Rotisserie Leagues do NOT have playoffs or tiebreakers. In the event that teams are tied at the end of the season, they share that ranking.

REACHING THE PLAYOFFS
The top four teams in a league make the playoffs. These four are comprised of the two division champs and two wild-card teams. Division champs are the teams that win the league divisions. The next two teams according to the tie-breaker below are the wild card teams.

PLAYOFF BRACKET SETUP
The Head-to-Head fantasy playoffs take place during the last four and half weeks of the NBA's regular season. To view your league's playoff bracket click on the "Playoff Bracket" link on the "Scoreboard" tab. The playoffs start on Week 20 and run through the end of the NBA's regular season (4½ weeks). Round 1 takes place during Weeks 20 and 21 (two weeks), and Round 2 takes place during Weeks 22 and 23 (2½ weeks).

PLAYOFF SEEDING AND TIEBREAKERS (Standard Leagues)
When your league converts into playoff mode the system automatically generates a seed for each team in the league based on the regular season results. The seeds determine where the system places each team in the playoffs. The primary factors which determine seeds are:

1. Division Winner(s)
2. Winning Percentage
In the event that two or more teams have the same winning percentage at the conclusion of the regular season, and have played the same number of head-to-head games between them, the following tiebreaking system determines the seed: 1 - Overall record *
2 - Head-to-head record
3 - Division record
4 - Coin Flip
    * NOTE: Overall record is based on winning percentage. Therefore, a team that has more losses than another team might have the same winning percentage.

In the event that two or more teams have the same winning percentage at the conclusion of the regular season, and have NOT played the same number of head-to-head games between them, the following tiebreaking system determines seed: 1 - Overall record
2 - Division record
3 - Coin Flip


SCORING DURING THE PLAYOFFS
Scoring during the playoffs works much the same way as during the regular season, with the object to win as many categories as possible. The big difference is that each playoff round lasts two weeks, not one week (as during the regular season). As such the Games Started Limits are increased and you get two full weeks to accumulate stats in each stat category. By winning 6 or more of the 10 categories during each playoff matchup you'll guarantee yourself a win. In the event that two teams have the same win-loss-tie record at the conclusion of their two-week playoff game, the following tie-breaking system is employed:

    Tie Breaker for Playoff Games
    1. Higher seeded team

Note: During the playoffs, once your matchup ends, the scoring is final and no scoring corrections will be applied.

All Standard leagues play with a fixed 19-week regular season. After that, the playoffs begin! To view your team's schedule click on the "Schedule" link on your main team page. To view any individual matchup period click on the main "Scoreboard" tab (it will default to the current period).

PLAYOFF SCHEDULE - "Who plays Who?"
In Round One of the playoffs, the division winner with the best win/loss record plays the wild-card team with the worst win/loss record; the other division winner plays the wild-card team with the better win/loss record.

In Round Two, the winners of Round One (see table below) compete for the League Championship. Each round of the playoffs spans a two-week period. The remaining teams in each league compete in the consolation bracket.

    From the League Championship bracket:

    • 1st place - Winner of game 1, round 2
    • 2nd place - Loser of game 1, round 2
    • 3rd place - Winner of game 2, round 2
    • 4th place - Loser of game 2, round 2
    From the Consolation bracket:

    • 5th place - Winner of game 1, round 2
    • 6th place - Loser of game 1, round 2
    • 7th place - Winner of game 2, round 2
    • 8th place - Loser of game 2, round 2
    • 9th place - Winner of game 3, round 2
    • 10th place - Loser of game 3, round 2