The NBA playoffs are so close, you can almost smell 'em...
Which may not be the best thing, actually. The scent of sweaty giants battling on a basketball court isn't the most pleasant one to say the least.
And, really, there's plenty left to be decided during what remains of the 2013-14 regular season. Nearly every playoff seed is up for grabs in some capacity, including the final ones in both conferences.
Heck, even the race to the bottom for the worst record in the Association has yet to be decided. The Philadelphia 76ers sit two games "back" of the Milwaukee Bucks in that regard, despite losing an NBA-record-tying 26 straight games.
Those and other springtime pursuits have done plenty to shake up the league's hierarchy since we last convened. Read, click and swipe ahead to see where everyone stands—based on recent on-court performance relative to one another—heading into the first full week of April.