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02-07-2013, 10:27 PM
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It's easy. You just find out the total possible points the lower seeded team could get by doing Current Points + (Games Remaining * 2).

If the lower seeded team's total possible points are 115, the other team's magic number (in points) would be the difference in total possible points + 1 (except if you adjust for the tiebreaker).

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