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Sunday, January 06, 2008

NBA Relative Power Ranking 01-06-08


Below is the weekly Relative Power Ranking of NBA teams based exclusively on each team's "point value over average". (What is PVOA?)

The PVOA concept is derived loosely from the logic behind the "DVOA" measurements used by footballoutsiders.com to rank NFL teams.

Whereas DVOA judges NFL teams on how they perform in every given circumstance compared with the average NFL team's expected performance in the same circumstance, PVOA judges NBA teams by comparing their performance against the average NBA team's performance given the same opponent and the same number of possessions.

Because the NBA, like the NFL, operates with an unbalanced schedule, we believe the PVOA results are much more indicative of each team's relative strength than their respective won-loss records.

Footnote: Bucks fans, if you follow college ball and want a reason to be optimistic about basketball in Wisconsin this winter, check out this guy's college basketball relative power rankings.

NBA Relative Power Ranking
for all games played through Saturday January 5, 2008

1. Boston Celtics............................+12.96
2. Detroit Pistons............................+9.62
3. Los Angeles Lakers.......................+7.41
4. San Antonio Spurs........................+6.41
5. Dallas Mavericks...........................+4.47
6. Orlando Magic.............................+4.45
7. Phoenix Suns..............................+4.05
8. New Orleans Hornets.....................+4.00
9. Golden State Warriors....................+2.99
10. Houston Rockets.........................+2.92
11. Toronto Raptors.........................+2.61
12. Portland Trailblazers...................+2.38
13. Denver Nuggets.........................+1.36
14. Utah Jazz................................+1.22
15. Washington Bullets......................+0.87
16. Atlanta Hawks............................-0.35
17. Indiana Pacers............................-0.67
18. Sacramento Kings........................-1.20
19. Memphis Grizzlies.......................-2.10
20. Chicago Bulls.............................-2.12
21. Cleveland Cavaliers.....................-3.24
22. Miami Heat..............................-3.49
23. Philadelphia Sixers......................-3.99
24. Charlotte Bobcats.......................-4.04
25. New Jersey Nets........................-4.37
26. Seattle Supersonics....................-5.55
27. Los Angeles Clippers...................-6.56
28. Milwaukee Bucks.......................-7.96
29. New York Knicks.......................-10.22
30. Minnesota Twolves....................-10.66

5 Comments:

At January 7, 2008 at 2:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you got to see where Charlie Bell gloated on RealGM an hour after the game. That was a fun one to watch, though, they pulled one out!

 
At January 8, 2008 at 5:36 PM, Anonymous glenn said...

This is what Mo had to say.

• Even though Mo Williams said no to the Heat's proposal last summer, he still kept the ring. Williams, who passed over Miami during free agency to take more money from Milwaukee, admitted last week, ``I still have the [replica championship] ring Pat Riley gave me sitting in my trophy case. I hopefully will one day get to play for him.''

 
At January 8, 2008 at 5:59 PM, Anonymous glenn said...

One more thing. It's probably not news, but Gery Woelfel is as dumb as a rock. How is this guy an employed sportswriter?

"All of those highly-regarded players were brought to Milwaukee by Harris. He has obviously built a rock-solid foundation that could lead to long-term success.

Harris, as loyal and dedicated as any individual I’ve ever encountered in a pro franchise, deserves a chance to see his baby Bucks grow up."

What a maroon.

 
At January 10, 2008 at 8:59 PM, Blogger TCW said...

glenn,

I hope you read this, because I want to give your comments a big AMEN.

Sometimes I just read the guy's stuff and its almost incredulous. Its like, "did you even think before your wrote that."

I mean, I know some of my stuff is stupid, but I'm writing it on five minutes notice. That's his livelihood.

Also, he's so in the tank for his sources, he's compromised himself.

 
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