They talked about this on the WFNZ afternoon show The Drive today, it seems like the most likely scenario is Indiana going either 4-3 or 3-4. We have a home and home with Orlando left and we're at Miami. The other games are Cleveland twice (home and home), Washington, Detroit, Atlanta, and New Jersey. The Orlando home game on the 6th is the key, provided we don't trip up against the other bottom feeders.
Atlanta is the last game of the season, and they're pretty much locked in as the 5th seed, so there's a strong chance they'll be resting guys against us. The only scary game out of that group is the 11th when we play New Jersey. That's a second night of a back to back.
For comparison, Indiana has Detroit, Milwaukee, @ New Orleans, Washington, Atlanta, New York, and @ Orlando. 6 out of their last 8 are home. However, those two road games are tough. Orlando will probably rest guys against them. They have trouble with Detroit, Milwaukee will treat that more seriously since it's a chance to gain a full game. NO on the road will be tough. They play Atlanta early enough to where they'll still be playing everyone. New York will want some get back after being swept in a home and home a couple of weeks ago. Out of those, I think the only ones they get for sure are Washington, and probably @ Orlando.
All in all, there's still some strong hope. But, we still have to take care of our own. The only sure losses I count for us are @ Orlando and @ Miami. But hell, if we can beat Boston on the road and go 2-2 against Chicago, anything's possible.