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

Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo. / Jayne Kamin-Oncea-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 (+400, LW: No. 1)

Phoenix continues to win games over the league's elite and showing everyone why they are the team to beat heading into the break.

2. Golden State Warriors (+450, LW: No. 2)

The Warriors have found their swagger again. Klay Thompson is looking like himself again and now Draymond Green just needs to come back to push them over the top.

3. Memphis Grizzlies (+2500, LW: No. 3)

Memphis is settling into the No. 3 spot in the West and has a nice groove right now. After a small rough patch, they are now 7-3 in their last 10.

4. Miami Heat (+1200, LW: No. 6)

Miami is fully healthy and that should scare the league. They are at the top of the Eastern Conference and will get ready for a strong second half.

5. Milwaukee Bucks (+600, LW: No. 9)

The Bucks have had dominant wins all week long. They look like themselves are in play for the No. 1 seed.

6. Philadelphia 76ers (+900, LW: No. 5)

Joel Embiid should get the MVP right now. He has the 76ers as a potential No. 1 seed contender without another All-star.

7. Cleveland Cavaliers (+4500, LW: No. 7)

After adding Caris LeVert, don't be surprised if the Cavaliers make a serious push atop the Eastern conference.

8. Dallas Mavericks (+5000, LW: No. 8)

Dallas has gotten quality wins in the last week and are showing its versatility.

9. Utah Jazz (+1500, LW: No. 12)

Utah is back to winning games. The Jazz still need Gobert to come back to be taken seriously, but they are standing firm in the No. 4 seed.

10. Denver Nuggets (+4000, LW: No. 10)

Denver's main concern heading into the All-Star break should be staying out of the play-in.

11. Boston Celtics (+6500, LW: No. 14)

Boston has started to gel and is looking like a serious player in the playoffs. With their two great wings, the Celtics could make some noise.

12. Minnesota Timberwolves (+20000, LW: No. 15)

The Timberwolves are starting to string wins together, which will be extremely helpful getting them to the No. 6 seed.

13. Toronto Raptors (+15000, LW: No. 16)

The Raptors are on another long winning streak. The last one got them into the playoff picture and this one could get them out of the play-in.

14. Los Angeles Lakers (+2000, LW: No. 17)

The Lakers get a small bump because we can finally see LeBron James and Anthony Davis healthy on the same court again.

15. Charlotte Hornets (+2000, LW: No. 13)

Charlotte's defense has come around, but the offense has fallen off completely. The Hornets need to start scoring again, as they've fallen to the No. 9 spot.

16. Chicago Bulls (+2800, LW: No. 4)

Chicago just can't play defense. That's the Bulls' problem and it will be like that until Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso get back.

17. Atlanta Hawks (+8000, LW: No. 18)

The Hawks are now in the play-in tournament. Trae Young has the Hawks playing well, and they are in striking distance of the Hornets for the No. 8 seed. They're dangerous if they can get home court in the play-in.

18. Brooklyn Nets (+375, LW: No. 11)

The Nets are the latest team to fall apart. They've lost eight straight -- before the Boston game. The only difference is they have the pieces to build it back up quickly.

19. Los Angeles Clippers (+4000, LW: No. 20)

The Clippers are still together some how. They haven't fallen apart yet, which is all because of Ty Lue -- who should get serious Coach of the Year consideration.

20. New Orleans Pelicans (+40000, LW: No. 24)

The Pelicans might be the biggest winners of trade deadline week. They got C.J. McCollum to bolster their offense for when they get fully healthy.

21. San Antonio Spurs (+100000, LW: No. 22)

Unless the Spurs make a move at the deadline, they will soon fall behind the Kings in the play-in race.

22. Washington Wizards (+40000, LW: No. 23)

Washington is only a game out of the play-in behind Atlanta. Yet with Bradley Beal being out for the season with a wrist injury, the Wizards can kiss a late season run goodbye.

23. New York Knicks (+30000, LW: No. 21)

The Knicks need to be completely focused on next season. This one is over with. They blew a 20-point lead to the Lakers and failed to put the Jazz away this week.

24. Oklahoma City Thunder (+100000, LW: No. 27)

The Thunder play hard. They just don't have a lot of talent to carry them to wins -- especially with SGA out.

25. Sacramento Kings (+100000, LW: No. 28)

The Kings are in "win now" mode. Yet for them, that just means trying to get to the play-in.

26. Indiana Pacers (+50000, LW: No. 25)

Indiana won the trade when it got Tyrese Haliburton. That is the silver lining in this season.

27. Houston Rockets (+100000, LW: No. 26)

Houston is a bad team that gets shocking wins every once and a while. The only thing certain is that they will be one of the five worst teams in the league at the end of the season.

28. Portland Trail Blazers (+100000, LW: No. 19)

Portland sold the rest of the season when it traded away C.J. McCollum. Now, the Blazers are just looking to tank for draft purposes.

29. Orlando Magic (+500000, LW: No. 29)

The Pistons and Magic continue to flip-flop for the bottom spot. There's no real analysis at the bottom. They both stink.

30. Detroit Pistons (+500000, LW: No. 30)

The Pistons and Magic continue to flip-flop for the bottom spot. There's no real analysis at the bottom. They both stink.