NBA Playoff Bracket
|How to run an NBA Playoff Office Pool|
This is similar to the traditional March Madness bracket pool, where you will try to correctly navigate the teams through the bracket. Each round's correct picks are awarded a certain number of points. The person with the most points at the end of the playoffs wins. Read below for a complete explanation on running this pool.
We have also come up with a couple other pools that you can run during the playoffs. The first being the NBA Playoff Squares which is similar to the Super Bowl Squares except you will be writing the team names in the top row(Eastern Conference) and left column(Western Conference) instead of numbers. The square that intersects the two teams playing in the NBA Finals wins! The second pool is the NBA Playoff Confidence Pool where the participants rank each team in the playoffs from 1 to 16. Each time a time wins they are awarded the corresponding number of points.
Running the NBA Bracket Pool
First Round 1 point
Semifinals 2 points
Conference Finals 3 points
Championship 5 points
After the championship game calculate the total number of points by each participant. The person with the most points is the winner.