The Chicago Bulls play their final west coast game tonight against the Phoenix Suns. The San Antonio Spurs play in Atlanta against the Hawks. The teams are presently tied against the opposing conference. It's likely that both teams win, but if either one loses then the other will own the tiebreaker.
In other seeding action, the Lakers host the Jazz and the Celtics host the 76ers. I'll go ahead and assume the Lakers beat the Jazz, but the 76ers could definitely edge the Celtics if they don't bring their A game.
Derrick should be set to dominate
The Suns aren't good defensively anyway, but Rose has especially torched them in the past, look for Nash to have an especially long night defensively (if he plays) trying to defend Rose.
If Nash is out, the defense might be better, but the offense will be so much worse. Either way, the Bulls should dominate at the point of attack.
Put the pressure on early
The Suns were recently eliminated from the playoffs, and while I'm sure they'll put up a strong fight out of pride, if the Bulls come out physically and get a good lead early it should be easy to take the fight out of them.
Figure out the Boozer/Noah dynamic
Noah should be back, and the Bulls will need to figure out how to play Boozer/Noah effectively together before the playoffs. Make a special point to work on that dynamic the rest of the season. Boozer missed practice with flu like symptoms earlier, but he's expected to go against Phoenix as well.
With any luck, the Bulls can pick up a couple of games on the Magic Number tonight.