NBA Tip-Off Power Rankings

Throw the ball up, ref. It’s time for tip-off. The NBA is TyGuy’s domain this season, but he’s currently on vacation. Until he returns, TreBabs and Rongy are subbing in off the bench. When TyGuy gets back, he’ll dish out his Top 5 and Bottom 5 every Wednesday. An accompanying Power Rankings will come out every two weeks.

TreBabs and Rongy’s NBA Tip-Off Power Rankings (10/16)

1 Golden State Warriors
2 Cleveland Cavaliers
3 Oklahoma City Thunder
4 Houston Rockets
5 Boston Celtics
6 San Antonio Spurs
7 Washington Wizards
8 Minnesota Timberwolves
9 Toronto Raptors
10 Denver Nuggets
11 Los Angeles Clippers
12 Milwaukee Bucks
13 Utah Jazz
14 New Orleans Pelicans
15 Portland Trail Blazers
16 Miami Heat
17 Charlotte Hornets
18 Memphis Grizzlies
19 Philadelphia 76ers
20 Los Angeles Lakers
21 Dallas Mavericks
22 Sacramento Kings
23 Detroit Pistons
24 Orlando Magic
25 Indiana Pacers
26 Phoenix Suns
27 Atlanta Hawks
28 New York Knicks
29 Brookyn Nets
30 Chicago Bulls
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