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NBA Power Rankings Week 17: Spurs, Heat Continue To Dominate At Break Reviewed by Momizat on . 30. Charlotte Bobcats (12-40, Last Week: 29): Bobcats. Worst record in the league. What more can I say? 29. Orlando Magic (15-37, Last Week: 30): The Magic have 30. Charlotte Bobcats (12-40, Last Week: 29): Bobcats. Worst record in the league. What more can I say? 29. Orlando Magic (15-37, Last Week: 30): The Magic have Rating:
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30. Charlotte Bobcats (12-40, Last Week: 29): Bobcats. Worst record in the league. What more can I say?

29. Orlando Magic (15-37, Last Week: 30): The Magic have lost nine of their last ten games.

28. Phoenix Suns (17-36, Last Week: 27): The Suns are currently in the midst of a four-game losing streak, and have lost six of seven games.

27. Minnesota Timberwolves (19-31, Last Week: 28): The Wolves have lost 11 of their last 13, and are obviously struggling without their superstar: Kevin Love.

26. Sacramento Kings (19-35, Last Week: 26): The Kings have lost six of their last eight games, and give up a league-high average of 103.8 points per game to their opponents.

25. Cleveland Cavaliers (16-27, Last Week: 22): The Cavs have lost three games in a row–all on their home court.

24. Portland Trailblazers (25-28, Last Week: 17): Portland has lost five games in a row–all coming away from home in a six-game road trip.

23. Detroit Pistons (21-33, Last Week: 23): The Pistons are 3-4 over their last seven games as Jose Calderon is trying to find his way in Detroit.

22. Philadelphia 76ers (22-29, Last Week: 19): The Sixers lost both of their games last week.

21. New Orleans Hornets (19-34, Last Week: 25): The Hornets have won four of five games as of late.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Will-McLaren/1045560270 Will McLaren

    I’m as big of a Laker fan as any, and I’m certainly not trying to hate, but how do the Lakers lose 2 out of 3 (2 losses to playoff teams and 1 win against lowly Phoenix) and gain a spot? And, how are they higher in the rankings than Houston or Utah?

    I understand that this is a Lakers beat-writer producing these ‘Power Rankings’, but this is quite biased.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Will-McLaren/1045560270 Will McLaren

      Well, aside from where the Lakers are in the rankings, I actually think most of the ordering is pretty good.

    • http://www.facebook.com/suki.thind.1 Suki Thind

      I probably should have had them lower, but I felt they had some momentum. You’re right though, it was mainly my bias. lol

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