Literally something for everyone to watch tonight as every team is playing on the same night for literally the second time in the history of the NBA. I literally cannot stop typing “literally.”

Los Angeles Lakers at Sacramento Kings
Probably not the best game as the Lakers will not play their dudes heavy minutes, but this is likely the last game that’ll take place in Sacramento. Watch it to say goodbye.

New York Knicks at Boston Celtics
First round playoff preview that means nothing because neither team is going to kill themselves trying to win nothing, plus neither coach is going to want to unveil the any tricks they might have up their sleeve. Still, might be fun.

Houston Rockets at Minnesota Timberwolves
Goodbye Brad Miller. Your silly postseason celebrations will be missed. See you next year.

Memphis Grizzlies at Los Angeles Clippers
Your last chance to see Blake Griffin for six months. Savor this.

New Jersey Nets at Chicago Bulls/San Antonio Spurs at Phoenix Suns
This is a hybrid because you need to watch these sort of together. If the Bulls win and the Spurs lose, the Bulls get homecourt advantage throughout the playoffs. If the Spurs win and the Bulls lose, they’re the home courtsters. If both win or lose, there’s a coin flip to determine home court. So weird that that’s how they settle it.