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NBA Power Rankings Week 9: A New Sheriff In Town, Lakers Continue To Climb Reviewed by Momizat on . 30. Charlotte Bobcats (7-20, Last Week: 30): The Bobcats have lost 15 games in a row. It doesn't get much worse than that. The Bobcats also give up an average o 30. Charlotte Bobcats (7-20, Last Week: 30): The Bobcats have lost 15 games in a row. It doesn't get much worse than that. The Bobcats also give up an average o Rating:
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NBA Power Rankings Week 9: A New Sheriff In Town, Lakers Continue To Climb

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30. Charlotte Bobcats (7-20, Last Week: 30): The Bobcats have lost 15 games in a row. It doesn’t get much worse than that. The Bobcats also give up an average of 105.0 points per game.

29. New Orleans Hornets (5-22, Last Week: 28): The Hornets have lost 11 games in a row. However, at least rookie star Anthony Davis has been relatively consistent as of late.

28. Washington Wizards (3-22, Last Week: 29): The Wizards are still the worst team in the league record-wise, and have lost seven games in a row.

27. Cleveland Cavaliers (6-23, Last Week: 27): The Cavs ended a six-game skid by beating the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday. Kyrie Irving has been solid, however.

26. Detroit Pistons (9-21, Last Week: 25): The Pistons snapped a six-game losing streak by defeating the Washington Wizards in back-to-back games. Unfortunately, the Wizards are a worse teams than the Pistons, so the wins don’t hold much weight.

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25. Sacramento Kings (9-18, Last Week: 26): The Kings have lost six of their last eight games. Additionally, DeMarcus Cousins has been suspended indefinitely by the team.

24. Dallas Mavericks (12-16, Last Week: 22): The Mavs have lost three in a row, and six of their last seven. After waiving point guard Derek Fisher at his request, the Mavs remain with an uncertainty at the point guard position.

23. Phoenix Suns (11-17, Last Week: 19): The Suns went on a four-game winning streak last week, but have subsequently lost their last two; the most recent loss being a 103-77 blowout at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday evening.

22. Philadelphia 76ers (13-15, Last Week: 20): The Sixers have lost six of their last seven games. Jrue Holiday, however, has looked solid since his return to the lineup after missing four games.

21. Orlando Magic (12-15, Last Week: 23): The Magic have won four of their last six games including victories over the Golden State Warriors and Minnesota Timberwolves.

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  • Lakerfreak

    Disappointed to see clippers at #1. The thunder deserve it, they have beaten quality opponents during their last 13 games. The clippers may be playing well but they are playing against the basement teams. The wins and losses of those 13 teams combined have a .389 winning percentage. Only 4 teams hold winning records from that group (MIL, UTH, CHI, MIN) they can have the number one spot when they beat a good team like OKC, GSW, SAS, MIA etc. I know they have earlier in the season, all I’m saying is this 13 game win streak is full of hot air

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