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NBA Game Rankings: 11/22/10

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant waits for play to resume in their first-round Western Conference, best-of-seven playoff series against the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center in Los Angeles on April 18, 2010. The Lakers defeated the Thunder 87-79.  UPI/Jim Ruymen Photo via Newscom

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The game that was ranked number one on yesterday’s NBA schedule ended up being the most lopsided of the bunch. The Lakers, behind Pau Gasol‘s perfection, blew out the Warriors at Staples Center, and once again proved why they are the defending champions. Elsewhere, the Celtics lost in Toronto, the Hornets won again (check out James Grayson’s post-game thoughts as well), and the Pistons beat the Wizards in overtime. Continue Reading

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Game Power Rankings: 11/19/10

Boston Celtics Ray Allen shoots a free throw against the Washington Wizards during the first quarter at the Verizon Center in Washington on December 10, 2009. Allen scored his 20,000 career point during the third quarter, becoming the 32nd player in NBA history to score 20,000 career points. The Celtics beat the Wizards 104-102. UPI/Alexis C. Glenn Photo via Newscom

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In a new feature here on Saving the Skyhook, we take a look at each night’s games and give you our thoughts on what you can expect from each matchup. We also rank the night’s games to let all you League Pass viewers know which games you need to see, and which games are going to be the equivalent of watching paint dry.

We’ve got a whole lot of games on the slate for tonight, so here’s a look at the game rankings for the evening: Continue Reading

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NBA Today: March 29

  • The day after I write about Vince Carter’s importance to a successful Orlando playoff run, he leaves the team’s game with a sprained toe.
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