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NBA Power Rankings

NBA Power Rankings 1. Golden State Warriors The reigning champs are currently 28-7 and seem to be finally hitting their stride. They didn’t bring in many new faces, the exceptions being Nick Young and Omri Casspi. The Warriors have three players averaging over 20 PPG (Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson). 2. Houston Rockets The Rockets have one of the top offenses in the league and shoot the three at an absurd rate but if they keep falling, why not? James Harden is averaging 32.5 PPG. The addition of Chris…

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Portland TrailBlazers @ Indiana Pacers

Portland Trailblazers @ Indiana Pacers The Trailblazers are coming off a performance where Damian Lillard and Pat Connaughton let it fly. They were without C.J. McCollum but he will be back this game after serving his one game suspension. The Trailblazers got a lot of quality minutes from numerous players off the bench. They won the rebounding battle 57-33 against the Suns. That’s a dominate performance inside. The Pacers are coming off a game in which they beat the Nets. The Pacers were able to spread the floor and had…

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Brooklyn Nets @ Indiana Pacers

Brooklyn Nets @ Indiana Pacers The Nets are still one of the worst teams in the NBA even though they were able to trade for D’Angelo Russell. The Nets have a few young guards, who aren’t ready to be playing consistent minutes in the NBA. They did get better from last season adding Allen Crabbe and DeMarre Carroll. The Pacers traded Paul George to the Thunder in the offseason and are starting to prepare for the future. The Pacers have a very athletic team but will lack ball movement. I…

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