Thanksgivings NBA Power Rankings

Thanksgivings NBA Power Rankings

Happy Turkey Day folks! No. Not Enes Kanter, Turkey. Turkey as in Thanksgiving’s Day. Eat up, people. Unfortunately, there are too many good college basketball and football games this week to worry about early season NBA rankings, so I’ll keep it short and sweet. The Celtics, Rockets, and Warriors are on their own level right now. Detroit, Cleveland, Toronto, Minnesota, and San Antonio are all in the mix behind them. Dallas, Sacramento, Phoenix, Chicago, and Atlanta are all trash. Here’s how they rank in my Thanksgivings NBA Power Rankings.

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


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