NBA Power Rankings - All 30 Teams: 2/17/20

NBA Power Rankings - All 30 Teams: 2/17/20 Photo by Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports

Power Rankings for All NHL Teams

2/17/20

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  1. Milwaukee Bucks 46-8

       The Bucks are still the best team in the league right now, despite their loss to the Pacers in their last game. They won five straight before the loss

  1. Los Angeles Lakers 41-12

       The Lakers won three-straight heading into the All-Star Break over the Nuggets, Suns, and Warriors. The offense has looked great in that span. 

  1. Toronto Raptors 40-15

       The Raptors took a loss to Brooklyn to head into the break. They had won fifteen straight before that game, so they remain one of the contenders in the East. 

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  1. Boston Celtics 38-16

       Boston won a nice home game over LAC 141-133. They have won eight of their last nine games and are right behind Toronto. 

  1. Denver Nuggets 38-17

       Denver took a four-point home loss to the Lakers after winning four straight games before that. 

  1. Utah Jazz 36-18

       The Jazz are getting hot again, as they have won four in a row after their losing streak of four games. 

  1. Los Angeles Clippers 37-18

       The Clippers have lost two in a row and three of their last four. Kawhi Leonard was awarded the Kobe Bryant MVP award for the All-Star Game. 

  1. Miami Heat 35-19

       The Heat lost four of their last five games heading into the break, which is definitely a concern. 

  1. Philadelphia 76ers 34-21

       The 76ers won three straight at home before the break and will look to build on that. Their next game is at home against their division rival, Brooklyn Nets. 

  1. Houston Rockets 34-20

       Houston took down Boston at home 116-105 in their last game before the break. 

  1. Dallas Mavericks 33-22

       Doncic scored 33 points in his return from injury against the Kings in a winning effort. The Mavs severely need him every step of the way for the rest of the season. 

  1. Oklahoma City Thunder 33-22

       The Thunder took down Zion’s Pelicans 123-118 on the road. Chris Paul completed his first alley-oop dunk in the All-Star Game, which was very entertaining to see. 

  1. Indiana Pacers 32-23

       What better way to snap a nagging losing streak than to grab a win at home over the league’s best Milwaukee Bucks. 

  1. Memphis Grizzlies 28-26

       The Grizzlies took down the Wizards and Trail Blazers to head into the break. Every win is big for the rest of the season for Memphis. 

  1. Brooklyn Nets 25-28

       The Nets have won four of their last five and two of which were against the Pacers and Raptors. Is this the time that Brooklyn gets hot?

  1. Portland Trail Blazers 25-31

       Portland lost two road games to Memphis and New Orleans, as their defense has struggled recently. 

  1. Orlando Magic 24-31 

       Orlando got two much-needed wins over the Hawks and Pistons at home. Orlando is currently 3.0 games ahead of the Wizards for the last spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

  1. San Antonio Spurs 23-31

       The Spurs have developed a big, 5.0 game hole for themselves for the 8th seed in the West after they lost five games. 

  1. New Orleans Pelicans 23-32

       The Pelicans are 5.5 games behind Memphis despite winning three of their last four games to head into the break. 

  1. Phoenix Suns 22-33

       The Suns snapped their two-game losing streak with a win over Golden State, 112-106. 

  1. Sacramento Kings 21-33

       The Kings lost two road games to the Bucks and Mavericks, as they were expected to. 

  1. Washington Wizards 20-33

       Washington won three of four including a 119-118 home win over the Mavericks. They find themselves only 3.0 games behind the Magic for the 8th seed in the EC.

  1. Charlotte Hornets 18-36

       The Hornets won a game over Detroit by only scoring 87 points. Yeah, you read that correctly, 87 points. 

  1. New York Knicks 17-38

       The Knicks went on a four-game win streak but have fallen back to earth after losing to the Hawks and Wizards. 

  1. Chicago Bulls 19-36

       Six losses in a row for Chicago as their defense has played very poorly recently. 

  1. Detroit Pistons 29-38

       The Pistons have suffered on offense without Andre Drummond, and they have lost four straight. 

  1. Atlanta Hawks 15-41

       The Hawks’ defense makes it impossible for them to win consistently. They lost back-to-back road games to the Magic and Cavs to head into ASG weekend. 

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves 16-37

       The T-Wolves finally ended their historic losing streak with a win over the Clippers. 

  1. Cleveland Cavaliers 14-40

       The Cavs have the worst record in the Eastern Conference and are two losses away from clinching an under .500 season.

  1. Golden State Warriors 12-43 

       From an NBA Finals appearance to the worst record in the NBA, the Warriors are looking forward to the 2020-21 season.

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