Bucks Diary

Thursday, November 30, 2006

Power Rankings: Spurs ascend to No. 1

Here is the latest edition of my weekly NBA Power Rankings. Remember, these rankings are based solely on each team’s Offensive Efficiency / Defensive Efficiency differential (the number in the parenthesis next to each team). I’ve found that it is highly volatile. But I guess that makes it more interesting.

Week's Highest Riser: Dallas Mavericks (up 12 spots)
Week's Biggest Faller: Los Angeles Clippers (down 12 spots)


1. San Antonio Spurs (+8)

2. Utah Jazz (+6)

3. Houston Rockets (+5)

4. Orlando Magic (+4)

5. Denver Nuggets (+4)

6. Cleveland Cavaliers (+3)

7. Dallas Mavericks (+3)

8. Phoenix Suns (+3)

9. Golden State Warriors (+3)

10. Detroit Pistons (+2)

11. Sacramento Kings (+2)

12. Los Angeles Lakers (+2)

13. Chicago Bulls (0)

14. Oklahoma City Hornets (0)

15. Minnesota Timberwolves (0)

16. Seattle Supersonics (0)

17. Atlanta Hawks (0)

18. Los Angeles Clippers (-1)

19. Boston Celtics (-1)

20. New Jersey Nets (-2)

21. Philadelphia 76ers (-2)

22. New York Knickerbockers (-2)

23. Memphis Grizzlies (-2)

24. Washington Bullets (-3)

25. Indiana Pacers (-3)

26. Toronto Raptors (-3)

27. Milwaukee Bucks (-5)

28. Portland Trailblazers (-6)

29. Charlotte Bobcats (-6)

30. Miami Heat (-8)

2 Comments:

At November 30, 2006 at 6:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No beef with the power rankings but what's with this "Oklahoma City Hornets" stuff?

 
At December 3, 2006 at 11:43 AM, Blogger Sky Hook said...

I'm trying to keep them there. Check my archives for the explanation. Basically, if the Hornets go back to New Orleans, I have a sinister domino theory that has a very bad result for Bucks fans. (Seattle to OKC; Milwaukee to Seattle). Maybe I'm just paranoid.

 

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