NBA Power Rankings Based on NBA Championship Odds Pre All-Star Break

Miami Heat forward P.J. Tucker.
Miami Heat forward P.J. Tucker. / Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Association is constantly changing, and keeping up with who looks best can be difficult. Every week, I'll be providing my NBA Power Rankings for each team in relation to their NBA title odds

Here's how things stand after the first few weeks of action. All odds listed are via WynnBET.

1. Phoenix Suns

There's not much to say. Phoenix is great.

2. Golden State Warriors

The Warriors need to get to the All-Star break and figure out how long Draymond Green will be out. That will determine how far they go in the playoffs.

3. Memphis Grizzlies

The Grizzlies are back on another winning streak and it looks like they can even jump the Warriors for the No. 2 spot if they keep it up.

4. Miami Heat

Miami is the No. 1 seed in the East for a reason. When everything is clicking, the Heat are a real threat to win it all.

5. Chicago Bulls

The Bulls just keep finding ways to stay relevant. DeMar DeRozan has been amazing this year and Chicago is lucky to have him.

6. Milwaukee Bucks

I have to drop the Bucks, simply because they lost to the Trail Blazers. I know Giannis Antetokounmpo didn't play, but that shouldn't happen.

7. Philadelphia 76ers

With James Harden in the mix now, Philly's sights are definitely on the title now.

8. Cleveland Cavaliers

Cleveland officially has an All-Star now and they are one of the most balanced teams in the league.

9. Utah Jazz

Utah is rounding back into form. With Rudy Gobert back, the Jazz are real threats again.

10. Boston Celtics

The Celtics continue to play some of the best defense the league has seen this year and they keep getting rewarded with wins for it.

11. Dallas Mavericks

The Mavericks haven't looked as dominant lately and still need to integrate new pieces, but they have a foundation for meaningful wins later in the year.

12. Denver Nuggets

Denver needs to go on a long winning streak in order to get them into a seed with home court advantage.

13. Minnesota Timberwolves

I'm truly proud of the Timberwolves for being as consistent as they've been. Now the only challenge is to get out of the play-in.

14. Brooklyn Nets

The Nets are set for a reboot after the All-Star break. With Ben Simmons and Kevin Durant on their way, Brooklyn may have something.

15. Toronto Raptors

The Raptors are only a game out of the No. 6 spot in the East, but will have a tall hill to climb trying to get over the Boston Celtics.

16. Atlanta Hawks

Atlanta has proven to be a team to watch at the bottom of the play-in.

17. Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte has hit a rough patch and has gone 3-7 over its last 10 games. Unless the Hornets can get their offense back on track, it may be a short play-in run.

18. Los Angeles Clippers

The Clippers somehow haven't fallen off the edge of a cliff. All that credit should go to Tyron Lue.

19. Los Angeles Lakers

The Lakers' season is over. They won't be going anywhere far in the playoffs.

20. New Orleans Pelicans

The Pelicans are so close to stealing the No. 10 spot from the Blazers, and I think they'll do it.

21. Portland Trail Blazers

I want to give Portland a lot of credit. They have rebounded from an embarrassing stretch of basketball with three straight wins and its impressive.

22. Washington Wizards

Washington is another hopeless team. With Beal out and two of its rotation players traded, it's now on Kristaps Porzingis to uplift this team.

23. Sacramento Kings

The Kings are trying to make a push, especially by trading for Sabonis, but they just can't string wins together.

24. San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs have been slightly more competitive over the last 10 games, but the writing is on the wall for this team -- at least for this season.

25. Oklahoma City Thunder

With a win in MSG, the Thunder showed their heart and how lucky they are to have Josh Giddey on their side.

26. New York Knicks

The Knicks lost to the Thunder this week. They are officially in that category of teams.

27. Indiana Pacers

The Pacers won the trade with the Kings when they got Tyrese Haliburton, but they haven't won much since.

28. Houston Rockets

The Rockets are back near the bottom. This team is cooked and isn't even a fun, young team to watch anymore.

29. Orlando Magic

Orlando was able to stop the losing with a win over a severely shorthanded Blazers team, but that's all the good it's had.

30. Detroit Pistons (+400, LW: No. 1)

The Pistons have lost eight straight games and continue to show no signs of improvement.