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NBA Power Rankings Week 7: Blazers Take Top Spot; East Needs Help

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It’s Monday, so you are probably dreading life at work right now, but that’s why Fansided exists. We are here to bring you the latest in sports and entertainment, and hopefully that eases the pain at work. As stated earlier, it’s Monday, so it’s time for NBA Power Rankings.

The Pacers have held the top spot all season, and with a win over the Heat, they look like they could be the favorite for the NBA title. So do they keep the top spot this week? Also, the Eastern Conference isn’t doing much to help their records, and it looks like the West is easily the best conference.

There is still a lot of basketball to be played, but we know more about these teams now, and things are starting to shape up. It’s been an odd NBA season.

Anyways, here is the Power Rankings for the week:

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Topics: Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, Portland Trail Blazers, San Antonio Spurs, Utah Jazz

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    Thunder (75.03%), Spurs (73.5%), and Blazers (70.25%) top my momentum-based algorithm output. These ratings account for game-by-game opponent strength and point differential. Indy and Miami are next but suffer for playing generally weaker opponents and not “destroying” them.

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