The playoff-bound Toronto Raptors and disappointing Chicago Bulls wrap up their 2007-08 seasons tonight at the United Center.
The Raptors are the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference and will face the third-seeded Orlando Magic in the opening round of the playoffs.
Toronto, which was the Atlantic Division champions last season and lost in the opening round of the playoffs to the New Jersey Nets, will try to head into the postseason with two straight wins.
Rasho Nesterovic scored 20 points to lead Toronto past the Miami Heat, 91-75, on Monday at the Air Canada Centre. Chris Bosh added 15 points for the Raptors, who have won three of their last four games overall.
The Raptors, who have dropped three in a row as the visitor, are 16-24 on the road this season.
Chicago had its three-year playoff run come to an end this season. The Bulls advanced to East semis last season, but were knocked out by the Detroit Pistons in six games.
The Bulls will try and head into the offseason on a two-game winning streak. They are 19-21 at home this season.
On Monday, Luol Deng scored 32 points on 15-of-20 shooting to lead the Bulls to a 151-135 shootout victory over the Milwaukee Bucks at the Bradley Center. Chicago fell four points shy of matching the franchise record for points in a regulation game, set against Phoenix back on December 4, 1990.
Ben Gordon scored 29 points off the bench in the win for the Bulls, who have won two of three overall. Chris Duhon poured in 22 points and dished out 15 assists, while rookie Joakim Noah had 15 points.
Toronto is 2-0 against the Bulls this season, and has won four in a row in the series. The Raptors have won two straight after losing their last eight at Chicago.