NBA Power Rankings: Week Sixteen

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Feb 16, 2014; New Orleans, LA, USA; NBA commissioner Adam Silver speaks while game MVP Eastern Conference Kyrie Irving guard (2) of the Cleveland Cavaliers looks after the 2014 NBA All-Star Game at the Smoothie King Center. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Here we go. Three days after the All-Star game and on the eve of the trade deadline. Teams have around 30 games left to determine their playoff or draft lottery fates. This is where the fun begins.


All stats and records are accurate as of Wednesday February 19th

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  • Jake Smith

    Peter, your power rankings are as laughable as you ranking the Nets at #10 with a 24-27 record.
    If you actually followed basketball, you would realize that having a team with big name players on it doesn’t make that team decent or even average. Nets shouldn’t be ranked inside of the top 15. They would barely be placed in most peoples top 20.

  • Draftdog

    Peter, this is the first thing I have read from you and I must say it is the worst article ever from Fansided. You were close on a few teams but mostly it looked like you just were just throwing darts with your eyes closed. You should really stick to whatever sport you pay attention to because it clearly is not basketball.

    David, you should keep an eye on this boy. Maybe edit his stuff, if you allow him to publish anything else.