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Friday, October 13, 2006

Mke Bucks Diary's NBA Power Rankings

1. Phoenix Suns: If Stoudamire stays healthy, this is the year they step up.

2. Dallas Mavericks: After choking away the finals, they will be on a mission.

3. Miami Heat: Wade is the best, but Shaq will break down.

4. Detroit Pistons: Mohammed will do a serviceable job replacing Wallace.

5. LA Clippers: The stars are finally aligned for the Clippers.

6. San Antonio Spurs: The window for another title run is closing.

7. Cleveland Cavaliers: LeBron will elevate his game.

8. Chicago Bulls: A team on the rise; but did they sell out the future?

9. Indiana Pacers: If they can stay off the police blotter, they’re much improved.

10. Orlando Magic: Came on very strong at the end of last season.

11. Denver Nuggets: Even with George Karl, this team poised for success.

12. LA Lakers: Kobe will have some help, but can he play nice?

13. Sacramento Kings: Artest brings a season of toughness; turmoil too?

14. Washington Bullets: How high is the Big 3’s ceiling?

15. New Jersey Nets: This team is getting old fast.

16. Houston Rockets: If McGrady and Yao can stay healthy, they’re moving up.

17. Utah Jazz: Those pesky Jazz.

18. Milwaukee Bucks: One more major injury, they will sink like a rock.

19. Seattle Sonics: Without last year’s coaching fiasco, they should improve.

20. OKC Hornets: Paul is a superstar in waiting.

21. Memphis Grizzlies: With Gasol injured and Battier gone, they are in decline.

22. Boston Celtics: With their firepower, they should be better than they are.

23. Golden State Warriors: The Milwaukee Brewers of the NBA.

24. Minnesota Twolves: Garnett should sue McHale for abandonment.

25. Atlanta Hawks: Too much youth to contend, but should show improvement.

26. Toronto Raptors: They will miss Villanueva and James.

27. Philadelphia 76ers: This team is a mess; keep shooting Chris.

28. Charlotte Bobcats: This team could be a sleeper.

29. New York Knicks: Isiah is no Red Holzman.

30. Portland Trailblazers: Why did they trade for Magliore?

5 Comments:

At October 13, 2006 at 10:11 PM, Anonymous paulpressey25 said...

Sky....I'm not with you on the Indiana ranking so high at #8. Even with the law breaker problem, I haven't liked that team at all since Reggie Miller retired. I'd put them about 18th.

Quietly that team is now looking like Portland....non-leader players who do not play smart ball. I just see a lot of very low IQ's on that squad.

 
At October 13, 2006 at 11:45 PM, Blogger Sky Hook said...

Probably right. Its my first kick at the cat as far as Power Ranking. People seem to love them. Let's just say its a work in progress. I think time and events will correct my more egregious errors, such as the one you point out. Don't be surprised if my next ranking follow's your advice to a T. Thanks for the input.

 
At October 14, 2006 at 7:54 AM, Anonymous paulpressey25 said...

Stick to your guns with Indy....you might be right....I was just a big Reggie Miller fan because of the way he torched us, even in his later years. Then after that mess in the Palace two-years ago, it was clear to me that the rest of the Indy roster was not filled with what you'd call "winners" . I think Reggie was a huge stabilizing influence on that team right until his retirement.

The media though seems to still be in love with the Walsh/Bird/Carlisle trio and think Harrington and Daniels are the answer for them. I just don't see it. It looks to me like "Portland East". But that's why they play the games, so we shall find out.

 
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At October 17, 2006 at 4:28 PM, Blogger Cheesehead Craig said...

The Bucks are not #1? An outrage I tell you, an outrage! I demand a Congressional investigation! Call the Coast Guard!

 

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