The team with the most regular season wins out of the two teams in the NBA finals will get home court advantage. They will play at home for games 1 and 2 and, if necessary, games 6 and 7. The other team will play three games in a row at home, being the home team in games 3, 4, and 5.
Whoever has a better record. If that is the same they look at the head to head match-ups. If they both split in the regular season, than the go by each teams record against the opposite conference.
The team with the best regular season record gets the home court advantage in the finals.
Yes, but then they must be seeded lower than the other team and win all the away games.
Homecourt advantage is given to the team with the better overall record in the regular season!
Get a better regular season record.
The teams the have the highest seeds get home field advantage. During the playoffs the teams with the highest seeding after the season gets home field advantage throughout the postseason. In the Super Bowl, home field advantage alternates each year between the NFC and the AFC.
Orlando Magic get home court advantage due to better record
I think that it is, only if the away team is from a distance like Carolina vs Boston because lets face it, who wants to go up to watch the game. Only the avid fans will travel but there wont be as many as the home town team. Big home crowd = noise for home team and visa versa.
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The New Orleans Saints in the NFC and the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC.
finish with the best overall record