|March 23||vs Jacksonville||
|March 30||vs Cleveland||W 69-37|
|April 6||AT Utah||
|April 12||vs San Antonio||L 36-52|
|April 20||AT Orlando||
|April 27||AT Spokane||W 70-62|
|May 4||vs New Orleans||
|May 10||AT San Jose||L 34-64|
|May 18||AT Pittsburgh||
|May 25||vs Philadelphia||L 55-73|
|June 1||AT Iowa||
|June 8||vs Orlando||L 48-55|
|June 15||AT New Orleans||
|June 22||vs Chicago||L 49-50|
|July 6||vs Spokane||
|July 13||AT San Antonio||L 42-68|
|July 20||vs Pittsburgh||
|July 27||AT Jacksonville||7:00pm|
The Storm's playoff opponent is either going to be Philadelphia or Jacksonville, but where they go and what they're seed is when they go there depends on three outcomes Saturday night.
That unless the Storm happen to end their six-game losing streak and get a win. If Tampa Bay can knock off Jacksonville (6:30 p.m. on WDAE) the Storm will head right back to play the Sharks again as the third seed in the American Conference.
But should Tampa Bay lose....
The same exact pairing and seeding would still hold should both Philadelphia beat San Antonio and New Orleans defeat Orlando.
And Tampa Bay would also head to Jacksonville, but as the fourth seed, should both games go the other way. In this scenario Tampa Bay is seeded fourth.
To be the four seed and go to Philly, that would mean Orlando defeats New Orleans, jumping the Predators into the three spot. And the Storm could hold their No. 3 position with an Orlando loss, but would have to travel to Philly should the Soul falter in San Antonio.
Confused? No worries. Jack Harris and Darek Sharp will have the explanations in full tonight during WDAE's coverage of Storm-Sharks. Listen online at wdae.com.