NBA Power Rankings
Updated: Monday, March 9, 2020
Giannis Antetokounmpo could be playing his way to a second straight MVP award.
After having the best record in the NBA a season ago, the Milwaukee Bucks (53-11) look like they could accomplish that feat this season as well. Giannis Antetokounmpo could also be playing his way to a second straight MVP award.
Los Angeles Lakers
Behind the duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis, the Los Angles Lakers (49-13) have the best record in the Western Conference. The duo is averaging more than 52 points and 17 rebounds per game this season.
Los Angeles Clippers
Finally equipped with a healthy roster, the Los Angeles Clippers (43-20) have won six of their last seven games. The Clippers seem to be focusing all of their attention on an eventual playoff run when the postseason arrives.
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As winners of three straight games, the Toronto Raptors (45-18) have played their way to the third-best record in the league. Meanwhile, fourth-year forward Pascal Siakam has emerged and become an All-Star level player.
Competing near the top of the Eastern Conference, the Boston Celtics (42-21) are trying to hang onto the three seed in the East. Three Celtics (Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown) average at least 20 points per game.