The Big Ten basketball regular season is coming to a close this weekend.

The final four games are the 2020-21 conference slate are scheduled for Sunday, and then attention will turn toward the Big Ten Tournament in Indianapolis.

But with all 14 teams set to play this weekend, some more movement is still possible.

Here’s what the bracket looks like heading into the final weekend:

All 14 teams will participate in Indianapolis.

No. 1 Michigan, No. 2 Illinois and No. 14 Nebraska are the only teams currently locked into their seed.

Looking ahead, there are several important games for the NCAA Tournament bubble. Minnesota likely needs to win two games to have a chance at an at-large bid. Indiana vs. Rutgers would be important for both teams, as would Michigan State vs. Maryland.

Here’s a breakdown of where teams could slide depending on the results of this weekend:

The Big Ten tournament is set to begin on March 10. Selection Sunday is March 14.