Not sure if Evan "The Artist formerly known as Ben Q. Rock" Dunlap does a power ranking. But I think our little blog needs one and I am gonna start one. Probably stick to a top 10 and a bottom 5. Not much difference in the middle. I am taking everything into consideration, Strength of schedule, win/losses/ margin, back to backs, etc. Feel free to debate and create your own. I would love to see what everyone thinks.
1. Boston - Yes they have two losses, but both are back to backs. They beat Miami and put OKC in their place. Sent them all the way back to Seattle.
2. LA Lakers-Look unstoppable so far.
3. Miami -Bosh look lost early but has had some good games.
4. New Orleans-Want to see how they handle success and how they play after a loss.
5.Orlando-Not sure what to think. Destroyed nobodies and got destroyed like they were a nobody.
6.San Antonio-Too old??? No.
7. Portland-Aside from Laker blowout have played good basketball.
8. Denver- Don't know why Melo wants out.
9. Golden State-Shocked as all of you are.
10. Atlanta- Right where they should be. Good enough for playoffs.
25. New Jersey-If I am them I keep Favors. Him with Lopez should rolling by the time they move to Brooklyn.
26.Charlotte-Really disappointing. Should have built off last season.
27.Toronto-No dominating player.
28.Washington-John Wall and the nobodies. Sounds like a good music band not an NBA team
29. LA Clippers-Why would they even play Baron Davis? Let Bledsoe, Gordon, Griffen and Kaman figure it out.
30. Minnesota- Even their own player says they are the worst team. I saw them live, they might be the worst team in the history of the NBA. They have literally given up on the season already. Hopefully Kahn will save Kevin Love's career by shipping him out somewhere.