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Sunday, January 10, 2010

NBA power rankings - Jan. 10

1. L.A. Lakers — Andrew Bynum more aggressive with Gasol injured (1)
2. Cleveland — Daniel Gibson is now engaged to singer Keyshia Cole (2)
3. Boston — Celtics just 5-5 in their last 10 (3)
4. Dallas — Jason Kidd averaging more assists (8.8) than points (8.4) (6)
5. San Antonio — DeJuan Blair looks like the steal of the ’09 draft (5)
6. Orlando — Magic lost four in a row for the first time since 2007 (4)
7. Atlanta — Marvin Williams is the perfect complimentary player (8)
8. Phoenix — Channing Frye has hit a 3-pointer in 34 of 37 games (7)
9. Denver — Nuggets 3-2 with Carmelo Anthony sidelined (9)
10. Portland — Blazers currently have six players out with injuries (10)
11. Houston — Rockets have played league’s toughest schedule thus far (11)
12. New Orleans — Hornets are 15-10 since Bower took over as coach (16)
13. Toronto — Raptors have won eight of nine (15)
14. Oklahoma City — Westbrook averaging 17.4 points, 8.9 assists in last seven (14)
15. Utah — Williams has vowed not to shave his beard until Jazz win five in a row (12)
16. Memphis — Grizzlies .500 despite starting season 1-8 (17)
17. Miami — Heat signed veteran guard Rafer Alston (13)
18. Milwaukee — Brandon Jennings rocking a Kid N’ Play high-top fade (22)
19. L.A. Clippers — Broke nine-game losing streak to the Lakers (19)
20. Charlotte — Rookie Gerald Henderson rotting on Bobcas' bench (23)
21. New York — Danilo Gallinari leads the NBA in 3-pointers made (20)
22. Chicago — John Salmons slowly finding his outside shot again (21)
23. Sacramento — Francisco Garcia won’t return until mid-February (18)
24. Washington — Brendan Haywood playing well in contract year (24)
25. DETROIT — Pistons two consecutive losses away from tying franchise record (25)
26. Golden State — Loss of Anthony Randolph is a big blow (28)
27. Indiana — Early return of Danny Granger should be a boost (27)
28. Philadelphia — Allen Iverson fitting in nicely despite injury woes (26)
29. Minnesota — Kevin Love a double-double machine (29)
30. New Jersey — Nets cut former first round pick Sean Williams (30)

2 Comments:

Blogger garymccarrick said...

John Wall would look good in a Pistons uni but that could spell the end for Stuckey, or Bynum for that matter. I'd still love to see it though.

January 14, 2010 at 11:53 AM 
Blogger garymccarrick said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkUxpa9CyaI&feature=player_embedded#

January 14, 2010 at 11:56 AM 

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