With the final round of the NBA Playoffs set to begin Sunday, the NBA is already in full-fledged chaos.
The NBA is in a frenzy to find a way to secure its playoff berth, but the stakes are high.
The Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder will both play for home-court advantage, and if neither team wins the first two games of the series, the Warriors will host the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference finals and the Thunder will host home-ice advantage in the NBA Finals.
The playoffs will be played over two days, with the first round of games scheduled for Wednesday night at 7 p.m.
ET and the second round on Friday at 3 p.n.
The first two teams will be split into two teams of three and play each other one-on-one.
After that, the teams play each others best of five series until the finals are decided.
On Sunday, fans will be able to watch their favorite teams play the rest of the games from home, but a new challenge awaits if they want to watch a game from the stands.
The NBA has banned the practice, with a spokesperson saying the league is working on new rules.
“The NBA has taken action to prevent the use of any arena seats to provide fans with a unique and unique viewing experience,” the spokesperson told ESPN.
“The NBA will not allow fans to use an arena seat to watch any NBA games.
This includes any game at the Staples Center, the Staples Arena, Barclays Center, Toyota Center, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Amway Center, Barclays Barclays Center and MGM Grand.”
This is not the first time the NBA has used the use seat ban to prevent fans from watching games.
The league also banned fans from using the arena seating to watch games in 2014.
In 2015, the league banned fans of the New York Knicks from the arena seats for the first half of the second game of the regular season, because they were being used to provide a unique viewing area.
The Knicks were the only team to play at MSG in that season, and fans were able to use the seats to watch from inside the arena.
In 2016, the season began with the NBA trying to keep fans out of the arena and fans who used the seats outside the arena were fined $1,000 per ticket.
The ban is one of the many ways the league tries to keep its fans out, but fans say it is also unfair to the teams that play in the arena in order to provide the best possible experience for their teams.
The ban is an inconvenience for the fans who want to enjoy the games and the games that are being played in the stadium, but it is not fair to the players or the owners of the teams who play in that arena, said Anthony Salvanto, president of the American Sports Fans Association.