Spurs drop out of West's top 8 with loss to Rockets
HOUSTON, TX - MARCH 12: James Harden #13 of the Houston Rockets holds off Tony Parker #9 of the San Antonio Spurs at Toyota Center on March 12, 2018 in Houston, Texas.

The NBA is in some uncharted waters.

With the Spurs' 109-93 loss Monday to the Houston Rockets, San Antonio dropped out of the playoff seeds and into 10th in the Western Conference. The Spurs technically sit in a four-way tie, but are out of the playoff picture by virtue of tie-breakers.

The Golden State Warriors clinched a postseason berth with the Spurs' loss.

San Antonio hasn't missed the playoffs since 1996-97, and they need to go 13-2 in their remaining 15 games to keep their streak alive of winning 50 or more games in a season, dating back to 1999-2000.

Spurs drop out of West's top 8 with loss to Rockets
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