This week has been defined by a run of tremendous individual performances. From Anthony Davis’ 22 points, 19 rebounds and 7 blocks, Terrence Ross’ out-of-nowhere 51 point outburst and Carmelo Anthony’s historic night, the league has obviously widened the hoop or made the basketballs a few inches smaller.
In terms of these rankings, however, a few teams have stood out with some statement wins while others have continued their merciless march towards the top (or bottom) of their conferences. Off we go.
All records and statistics are accurate as of Tuesday, January 28th 2014.
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