NBA Power Rankings
Updated: Monday, Jan. 13, 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 (35-6) 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
Following a four-game losing streak, the Los Angeles Lakers (32-7) have won eight straight games. Superstar forwards LeBron James and Anthony Davis seem to be establishing themselves as the best duo in the league.
Los Angeles Clippers
Speaking of formidable duos, the Los Angeles Clippers’ (27-13) duo of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George isn’t too shabby either. The Clippers seem to be focusing all of their attention on an eventual playoff run this season.
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Despite missing Gordon Hayward for an extended period of time, the Boston Celtics (26-11) reside near the top of the Eastern Conference. Three Celtics (Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown) are averaging at least 19 ppg.
Sitting near the top of the East, the Miami Heat (27-12) may be the most surprising team in the NBA this season. Seven Heat players are averaging at least 11 points per game this season, led by Jimmy Butler’s 20.7 ppg.