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With the 2014 NBA playoffs on the horizon, SI.com's NBA experts offer up their postseason predictions, including which team will win the title and a series-by-series breakdown of who they like to win. Below you'll find out writers' finished NBA playoff brackets. Check out Page 2 for their written explanations.
Sixteen teams still have a shot at the NBA title, although all of those shots aren't created equal. Unlike the upset-prone sprint of the one-and-done NCAA tournament, the NBA playoffs are a marathon of seven-game series that rarely produce massive surprises, with top seeds losing in the first round only 8 percent of the time.