After a slow start, the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets are heading back to action after a short break.
With a win, the Mavericks would clinch home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs and face the Utah Jazz in the second round.
The Rockets and Dallas would then play in the Western Conference Finals.
A game in Houston would see the Rockets face the Oklahoma City Thunder, who are headed for their seventh consecutive season without a playoff appearance.
This would mark the first time the Rockets have failed to reach the Western conference finals since joining the league in 2007.
If the Rockets win this game, they would advance to the second Round of the NBA Playoffs for the second time in franchise history.
The Mavericks are now 2-0 since being swept in the 2013 Western Conference semifinals by the Golden State Warriors.
The Mavericks would play the San Antonio Spurs in the third round and the Thunder in the fourth round.
If the Spurs win this matchup, they will face the Houston Rockets in the NBA Finals for the fifth time in team history.