NBA Power Rankings
Updated: Monday, Nov. 11, 2019
The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to win an NBA title this season.
Los Angeles Lakers
The Los Angeles Lakers (7-2) seem to have already found chemistry within their newly constructed team. The duo of Anthony Davis and LeBron James also seems like an unstoppable force at this point in the regular season.
After an opening night loss to the 76ers, the Boston Celtics (7-1) have yet to lose another game with several impressive victories. Six Celtics are averaging double-figures in scoring, led by Kemba Walker’s 24.5 ppg.
After having the best record in the NBA a season ago, the Milwaukee Bucks (7-3) 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.
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Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers (6-3) have only three losses this season, two of them coming with Kawhi Leonard sitting out the game for rest. It’s safe to say this team will be scary once two-way star Paul George returns from injury.
As winners of four straight games, the Denver Nuggets (7-2) are the second-hottest team in the league. Five Nuggets are averaging at least 11 points per game, led by Jamal Murray’s 18.8 and Nikola Jokic’s 16.7 ppg.