NBA Power Rankings 3/1/2021

Tyler Valdez
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  • Atlantic Division is STACKED as all 5 teams are .500 or better and in the top 6 of the Eastern Conference Playoff Race.

 

  • Miami Heat have hit their stride and go 4-0 on the week with a big time win over the Utah Jazz.

 

  • Luka Doncic has been playing well and has the Mavericks back in the playoff discussion.

 

  • Kings were 12-12, have since gone 1-9 and are now 13-21. They were up by 8 points with a minute left in the game last night against the Hornets and managed to lose.  Epic meltdown this season will likely cost Luke Walton his job.

 

 

  1. Jazz (27-7)
  2. Lakers (24-11)
  3. Clippers (24-12)
  4. 76ers (22-12)
  5. Nets (22-13)
  6. Bucks (21-13)
  7. Suns (22-11)
  8. Spurs (17-12)
  9. Nuggets (18-15)
  10. Trail Blazers (18-14)
  11. Warriors (19-16)
  12. Celtics (17-17)
  13. Knicks (18-17)
  14. Heat (17-17)
  15. Raptors (17-17)
  16. Mavericks (16-16)
  17. Grizzlies (15-15)
  18. Pacers (15-17)
  19. Hornets (16-17)
  20. Bulls (15-17)
  21. Pelicans (14-19)
  22. Hawks (14-20)
  23. Thunder (14-20)
  24. Wizards (13-19)
  25. Magic (13-21)
  26. Kings (13-21)
  27. Cavaliers (13-21)
  28. Rockets (11-21)
  29. Pistons (9-25)
  30. T'Wolves (7-28)

 

Next week will be my All-Star Week edition and I will doing a bonus article ranking the top 12 players in each conference that DIDN'T make the All-Star Game!

 

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