NBA Power Rankings

Updated: Monday, Oct. 12, 2020

The Lakers will add another banner in the Staples Center rafters.

1

Los Angeles Lakers

Behind the dynamic duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis, the Los Angeles Lakers have won their first championship since 2010. The Lakers only played one series in the 2020 playoffs that went past five games.

2

Miami Heat

Although the Miami Heat lost to the Lakers in six games in the NBA Finals, the franchise’s future seems promising. Two of Miami’s core players, Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro, are 23 years old or younger.

3

Denver Nuggets

After coming back from down 3-1 twice in the same postseason, the Denver Nuggets weren’t able to accomplish the feat for a third time against the Lakers. Despite the Western Finals loss, the Nuggets’ future seems bright.

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4

Boston Celtics

Unfortunately for Boston Celtics fans, the team lost in the East Finals for the third time in the last four seasons. With plenty of talent on the roster, it’ll be interesting to see what moves the Celtics make in the offseason.

5

Los Angeles Clippers

In what many consider one of the greatest collapses in NBA postseason history, the Los Angles Clippers had a 3-1 lead in the West Semifinals and watched it evaporate into an embarrassing series loss to the rising Denver Nuggets.

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