NBA Power 10 (3/29-4/4)

Ab Stanley

The NBA regular season has dwindled down to single digit games and the races for playoffs seeds have heated up. A win here or a loss here or there can drastically change the postseason landscape. It’s a thin line between a playoff spot, a play in game spot and not having a spot at all.


1. Milwaukee Bucks (54-21)

The Bucks have won three out of their last four games. They will have a big test this week when they face Boston and then Philadelphia in their next few games.


2. Boston Celtics (52-23)

Has Boston found their defensive prowess again? They have two victories in a row where they’ve held opponents to under 100 points.


3. Denver Nuggets (51-24)

The Nuggets regular season is all about playoff seeding. This year’s team (and years to come) will be judged off of playoff success.


4. Philadelphia 76ers (49-26)

Philadelphia has dropped three in a row after their long winning streak. They didn’t have Joel Embiid or James Harden in the loss against Denver.


5. Cleveland Cavaliers (48-28)

Cleveland now has a legitimate shot at the number three seed in the Eastern Conference. With Philadelphia’s recent woes combined with a fairly manageable schedule, the Cavaliers could make a serious run.


6. Memphis Grizzlies (47-27)

The Grizzlies are 3-0 since Ja Morant returned to the lineup. He scored 27 points against Atlanta, which was his first start since he came back.


7. Sacramento Kings (45-30)

Sacramento went 2-1 in their last three games. They have a six game lead for the number three seed in the Western Conference.


8. New York Knicks (43-33)

The Knicks had a bad week, dropping two of three. They face Miami and then Cleveland in their next two games.


9. Miami Heat (40-35)

Miami is barely holding on to the coveted six seed in the Eastern Conference. They are tied with Brooklyn right now, but Brooklyn did win the season series which would give them the tie breaker.


10. Phoenix Suns (40-35)

The Suns have won two in a row, allowing an average of 104.0 points per game during that stretch. This is well below the 111.9 points per game their opponents average this season.



Player Of The Week:  Jaylen Brown- Boston Celtics


The Celtics have started to heat up and Brown has been a big part. He Dropped 27 points verses the Pacers and followed that up with 41 against the Spurs.

Ab Stanley

Atlanta, GA

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