NBA Rankings

Last night I watched the All-Star game for the first time in probably a decade and I’m glad I did because it was actually fun to watch. That fourth quarter had a playoff atmosphere with the intensity, players arguing calls, coaches challenging calls and the crowd was involved.

Now that we start the second half of the season this week, I’ll be giving out my rankings. Remember, my rankings are based on games played to this point and NOT how I think teams will finish or future games.

Here’s the list:

1. Milwaukee Bucks (46-8)

2. LA Lakers (41-12)

3. Toronto Raptors (40-15)

4. Boston Celtics (38-16)

5. Denver Nuggets (38-17)

6. Utah Jazz (36-18)

7. LA Clippers (37-18)

8. Houston Rockets (34-20)

9. Oklahoma City Thunder (33-22)

10. Miami Heat (35-19)

11. Philadelphia 76ers (34-21)

12. Dallas Mavericks (33-22)

13. Indiana Pacers (32-23)

14. Memphis Grizzlies (28-26)

15. Portland Trail Blazers (25-31)

16. New Orleans Pelicans (23-32)

17. San Antonio Spurs (23-31)

18. Brooklyn Nets (25-28)

19. Orlando Magic (24-31)

20. Sacramento Kings (21-33)

21. Phoenix Suns (22-33)

22. Washington Wizards (20-33)

23. Chicago Bulls (19-36)

24. New York Knicks (17-38)

25. Charlotte Hornets (18-36)

26. Detroit Pistons (19-38)

27. Minnesota Timberwolves (16-37)

28. Atlanta Hawks (15-41)

29. Cleveland Cavaliers (14-40)

30. Golden State Warriors (12-43)

Comment with your rankings if you don’t agree with mine.

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