Upsets are not common in the NBA postseason and with the Golden State Warriors firing off a new league-record 73 victories and the San Antonio Spurs right on their tails with 67 wins, the Western Conference appears headed for a massive showdown in the finals.

Over in the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers are perched as the team to beat, except it’s very unclear who they will face for the conference’s spot in the NBA Finals. Oddsmakers favor the Cavs to duel with the Warriors in the finals for the second straight season, but the East appears highly unpredictable at the moment with the playoffs scheduled to begin Saturday.

Unlike recent years, the East has been far more competitive than the West this season. Look no further than the four squads who finished with a 48-34 record (Miami, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte) and wound up holding down seeds No. 3 through No. 6. In the West, 41-41 Houston squeaked into the No. 8 seed on the final day of the regular season, while Dallas and Memphis each went 42-40 for the No. 6 and No. 7 seeds, respectively.

Let’s take a look at each conference and breakdown who will face who as the playoffs progress past the first round.

Eastern Conference

No. 1 Cleveland Cavaliers (57-25) vs. No. 8 Detroit Pistons (44-38)

Game 1: Pistons at Cavaliers  Sunday, April 17  Quicken Loans Arena  3:00 p.m. ET  ABC

Game 2: Pistons at Cavaliers  Wednesday, April 20  Quicken Loans Arena  8:00 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 3: Cavaliers at Pistons  Friday, April 22  Palace at Auburn Hills  7:00 p.m. ET  ESPN

Game 4: Cavaliers at Pistons  Sunday, April 24  Palace at Auburn Hills  8:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 5: Pistons at Cavaliers  Tuesday, April 26  Quicken Loans Arena  TBD  TBD

Game 6: Cavaliers at Pistons  Thursday, April 28  Palace at Auburn Hills  TBD  TBD

Game 7: Pistons at Cavaliers  Saturday, April 30  Quicken Loans Arena  TBD  TBD

No. 2 Toronto Raptors (56-26) vs. No. 7 Indiana Pacers (45-37)

Game 1: Pacers at Raptors  Saturday, April 16  Air Canada Centre  12:30 p.m. ET  ESPN

Game 2: Pacers at Raptors   Monday, April 18  Air Canada Centre  7:00 p.m. ET  NBA TV

Game 3: Raptors at Pacers   Thursday, April 21  Bankers Life Fieldhouse  7:30 p.m. ET  NBA TV

Game 4: Raptors at Pacers   Saturday, April 23  Bankers Life Fieldhouse  3:00 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 5: Pacers at Raptors   Tuesday, April 26  Air Canada Centre  TBD  TBD

Game 6: Raptors at Pacers   Friday, April 29  Bankers Life Fieldhouse  TBD  TBD

Game 7: Pacers at Raptors   Sunday, May 1  Air Canada Centre  TBD  TBD

No. 3 Miami Heat (48-34) vs. No. 6 Charlotte Hornets (48-34)

Game 1: Hornets at Heat  Sunday, April 17  American Airlines Arena  5:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 2:  Hornets at Heat  Wednesday, April 20  American Airlines Arena  7:00 p.m. ET  NBA TV

Game 3:  Heat at Hornets  Saturday, April 23  Time Warner Cable Arena  5:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 4:  Heat at Hornets  Monday, April 25  Time Warner Cable Arena  TBD  TBD

Game 5:  Hornets at Heat  Wednesday, April 27  American Airlines Arena  TBD    TBD

Game 6:  Heat at Hornets  Friday, April 29  Time Warner Cable Arena  TBD  TBD

Game 7:  Hornets at Heat  Sunday, May 1  American Airlines Arena  TBD  TBD

No. 4. Atlanta Hawks (48-34) vs. No. 5 Boston Celtics (48-34)

Game 1: Celtics at Hawks  Saturday, April 16  Philips Arena  7:00 p.m. ET  ESPN

Game 2: Celtics at Hawks  Tuesday, April 19  Philips Arena  7:00 p.m. ET      TNT

Game 3: Hawks at Celtics  Friday, April 22  TD Garden  8:00 p.m. ET  ESPN2

Game 4: Hawks at Celtics  Sunday, April 24  TD Garden  6:00 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 5: Celtics at Hawks  Tuesday, April 26  Philips Arena  TBD  TBD

Game 6: Hawks at Celtics  Thursday, April 28  TD Garden  TBD  TBD

Game 7: Celtics at Hawks  Saturday, April 30  Philips Arena  TBD  TBD

The Pistons snapped their seven-year playoff drought, and normally a No. 1 seed quickly trumps the No. 8. But Detroit went 3-1 against the Cavs this season, including Wednesday’s 112-110 overtime victory. Though, Cleveland’s LeBron James sat out the matchup.

Should Cleveland advance, they would face either No. 4 Atlanta or No. 5 Boston. The Hawks had the edge in the regular season with a 3-1 mark over the Celtics.

Meanwhile, No. 2 Toronto stares down No. 7 Indiana and the winner of that series faces the victor between No. 3 Miami and No. 6 Charlotte.

Western Conference

No. 1 Golden State Warriors (73-9) vs. No. 8 Houston Rockets (41-41)

Game 1: Rockets at Warriors  Saturday, April 16  Oracle Arena  3:30 p.m. ET  ABC

Game 2: Rockets at Warriors  Monday, April 18  Oracle Arena  10:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 3: Warriors at Rockets  Thursday, April 21  Toyota Center  9:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 4: Warriors at Rockets  Saturday, April 24  Toyota Center  3:30 p.m. ET  ABC

Game 5: Rockets at Warriors  Wednesday, April 27  Oracle Arena  TBD  TBD

Game 6: Warriors at Rockets  Friday, April 29  Toyota Center  TBD  TBD

Game 7: Rockets at Warriors  Sunday, May 1  Oracle Arena  TBD  TBD

No. 2 San Antonio Spurs (67-15) vs. No. 7 Memphis Grizzlies (42-40)

Game 1: Grizzlies at Spurs  Sunday, April 17  AT&T Center   8:00 p.m. ET   TNT

Game 2: Grizzlies at Spurs  Tuesday, April 19   AT&T Center  9:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 3: Spurs at Grizzlies  Friday, April 22   FedEx Forum  9:30 p.m. ET  ESPN

Game 4: Spurs at Grizzlies  Sunday, April 24   FedEx Forum  1:00 p.m. ET  ABC

Game 5: Grizzlies at Spurs  Tuesday, April 26   AT&T Center  TBD  TBD

Game 6: Spurs at Grizzlies  Thursday, April 28   FedEx Forum  TBD  TBD

Game 7: Grizzlies at Spurs  Saturday, April 30   AT&T Center  TBD  TBD

No. 3 Oklahoma City Thunder (55-27) vs. No. 6 Dallas Mavericks (42-40)

Game 1: Mavericks at Thunder  Saturday, April 16  Chesapeake Energy Arena  9:30 p.m. ET  ESPN

Game 2: Mavericks at Thunder  Monday, April 18  Chesapeake Energy Arena  8:00 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 3: Thunder at Mavericks  Thursday, April 21  American Airlines Center  7:00 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 4: Thunder at Mavericks  Saturday, April 23  American Airlines Center  8:00 p.m. ET  ESPN

Game 5: Mavericks at Thunder  Monday, April 25  Chesapeake Energy Arena  TBD  TBD

Game 6: Thunder at Mavericks  Thursday, April 28  American Airlines Center  TBD  TBD

Game 7: Mavericks at Thunder  Saturday, April 30  Chesapeake Energy Arena  TBD  TBD

No. 4. Los Angeles Clippers (53-29) vs. No. 5 Portland Trail Blazers (44-38)

Game 1: Blazers at L.A. Clippers  Sunday, April 17  Staples Center  10:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 2: Blazers at L.A. Clippers   Wednesday, April 20  Staples Center  10:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 3: L.A. Clippers at Blazers   Saturday, April 23  Moda Center  10:30 p.m. ET  ESPN

Game 4: L.A. Clippers at Blazers   Monday, April 25  Moda Center  10:30 p.m. ET  TNT

Game 5: Blazers at L.A. Clippers   Wednesday, April 27  Staples Center  TBD    

Game 6: L.A. Clippers at Blazers   Friday, April 29  Moda Center  TBD    

Game 7: Blazers at L.A. Clippers   Sunday, May 1  Staples Center  TBD    

The Rockets trudged back from a dreadful start, but all their efforts earned a rematch of last year’s conference finals with the explosive and seemingly unstoppable Warriors.

Golden State is heavily favored to win the title, but first it has to face either No. 4 Los Angeles or No. 5 Portland in the second round. The Clippers closed out the regular season on an 8-2 run, and they went 3-1 against the Trail Blazers this season.

The Spurs draw the heavily depleted Grizzlies, who won’t have point guard Mike Conley or center Marc Gasol and have lost five straight to San Antonio dating back to last season.

Assuming San Antonio moves on, it will face either No. 3 Oklahoma City or No. 6 Dallas. The Mavericks endured a 5-10 spell in March, but bounced back in the final month of the regular season with a 5-2 run to make the playoffs. Problem is the Thunder were a perfect 4-0 against Dallas this season and back in 2012 they swept the Mavericks in route to the championship round.