NBA Power Rankings: 2/7/11

When I opened up TweetDeck yesterday and saw everyone talking about the “big game“, I’ll admit that it was a little surprising. After all, I had no idea that the Indiana Pacers/New Jersey Nets game would capture so many people’s attention. OK, I kid.

But now that the Super Bowl is officially in the books, the NBA takes center stage, and as we start to hit the stretch run of the season, there are some teams that are starting to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. Therefore, it’s time once again for STS’s super duper mega awesome power rankings. Or something like that.

We’ve got the whole crew assembled this week, and we’ve got our list ready. Our opinions differ on several spots, but hey, if we had the same list from top to bottom, that would be rather boring wouldn’t it?

So here it is ladies and gentlemen. Our power rankings for the week:

Blake Lovell

1. San Antonio Spurs (42-8)
2. Boston Celtics (38-12)
3. Miami Heat (37-14)
4. Dallas Mavericks (35-15)
5. Los Angeles Lakers (35-16)
6. Chicago Bulls (34-15)
7. Orlando Magic (32-20)
8. Oklahoma City Thunder (33-17)
9. New Orleans Hornets (32-20)
10. Atlanta Hawks (33-18)
11. Denver Nuggets (30-21)
12. Utah Jazz (30-22)
13. New York Knicks (26-24)
14. Memphis Grizzlies (27-25)
15. Portland Trail Blazers (27-24)
16. Houston Rockets (24-28)
17. Indiana Pacers (21-27)
18. Los Angeles Clippers (19-31)
19. Philadelphia 76ers (23-27)
20. Phoenix Suns (23-25)
21. Golden State Warriors (22-27)
22. Milwaukee Bucks (19-30)
23. Charlotte Bobcats (21-29)
24. Detroit Pistons (19-32)
25. Sacramento Kings (12-35)
26. Minnesota Timberwolves (11-39)
27. New Jersey Nets (15-37)
28. Washington Wizards (13-37)
29. Toronto Raptors (14-37)
30. Cleveland Cavaliers (8-43)

James Holas

1. Boston Celtics (38-12)
2. Los Angeles Lakers (35-16)
3. San Antonio Spurs (42-8)
4. Miami Heat (37-14)
5. Chicago Bulls (34-15)
6. Orlando Magic (32-20)
7. Oklahoma City Thunder (33-17)
8. Dallas Mavericks (35-15)
9. New Orleans Hornets (32-20)
10. Atlanta Hawks (33-18)
11. Denver Nuggets (30-21)
12. Utah Jazz (30-22)
13. Portland Trail Blazers (27-24)
14. New York Knicks (26-24)
15. Houston Rockets (24-28)
16. Los Angeles Clippers (19-31)
17. Memphis Grizzlies (27-25)
18. Philadelphia 76ers (23-27)
19. Milwaukee Bucks (19-30)
20. Phoenix Suns (23-25)
21. Golden State Warriors (22-27)
22. Indiana Pacers (21-27)
23. Sacramento Kings (12-35)
24. Detroit Pistons (19-32)
25. Minnesota Timberwolves (11-39)
26. Charlotte Bobcats (21-29)
27. Washington Wizards (13-37)
28. New Jersey Nets (15-37)
29. Toronto Raptors (14-37)
30. Cleveland Cavaliers (8-43)

Steven Gelis

1. San Antonio Spurs (42-8)
2. Boston Celtics (38-12)
3. Miami Heat (37-14)
4. Dallas Mavericks (35-15)
5. Chicago Bulls (34-15)
6. Los Angeles Lakers (35-16)
7. Orlando Magic (32-20)
8. New Orleans Hornets (32-20)
9. Oklahoma City Thunder (33-17)
10. Atlanta Hawks (33-18)
11. Denver Nuggets (30-21)
12. Memphis Grizzlies (27-25)
13. Portland Trailblazers (27-24)
14. New York Knicks (26-24)
15. Utah Jazz (30-22)
16. Indiana Pacers (21-27)
17. Phoenix Suns (23-25)
18. Houston Rockets (24-28)
19. Philadelphia 76ers (23-27)
20. Golden State Warriors (22-27)
21. Milwaukee Bucks (19-30)
22. Los Angeles Clippers (19-31)
23. Charlotte Bobcats (21-29)
24. Detroit Pistons (19-32)
25. New Jersey Nets (15-37)
26. Sacramento Kings (12-35)
27. Minnesota Timberwolves (11-39)
28. Washington Wizards (13-37)
29. Toronto Raptors (14-37)
30. Cleveland Cavaliers (8-43)

Now it’s your turn! Let us know how you’d rank the top teams in the league. Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@theblakelovell, @SnottieDrippen, @thatsthedagger) and on our Facebook page for more Association talk!

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