NBA Power Rankings Based on NBA Championship Odds (Grizzlies Continue to Rise in Week 19)

The federation changes all the time, and it can be difficult to keep up with who looks the best. Each week I will provide my NBA Power Rankings for each team relative to theirs NBA Title Chances.

We’re finally through the All-Star break and are now on the home stretch of the NBA season.

Here’s how things stand, with a few weeks left. All odds listed are via WynnBET.

Phoenix isn’t as far from the crowd as its record might suggest. With Chris Paul, the Suns are 1-2 and have many more games without him.

Ja Morant put on a show earlier this week, taking the Grizzlies to No. 2 in the west.

Miami begins the split at the top of the Eastern Conference. With the longest winning streak in the conference behind them, The Heat are proving themselves again.

I have two words about the Sixers: SCARY HOURS.

The Bulls are eagerly waiting for their team to recover. Until then, DeMar DeRozan needs to keep scoring 35 points per game.

The Warriors keep sliding. I’m not exactly sure what’s going on, but I do know that Draymond Green is needed again immediately.

Milwaukee is 2-4 in their last six games and continues to have those weird breaks throughout the season. Maybe the Bucks are just saving it for the playoffs.

Dallas survived a scare against the Lakers, but the Mavericks won and stayed 5th in the West. They’re fighting the Nuggets for that spot, especially since the play-in isn’t an option.

The Boston defense has made it out of the trenches this season and must keep them afloat while Jaylen Brown is out.

I hate to do that to Jazz, but they’re just not a real contender for the championship until they reach the conference finals.

Cleveland aren’t looking as strong now as they did earlier in the year, but they’ll still cause some problems in their first-round match.

Denver is currently on the longest winning streak in the league and Jokic is making his final arguments for MVP.

Toronto is waiting for Fred VanVleet and OG Anunoby to come back. Until then, the Raptors need to build as large a lead as possible over the Nets to host the play-in game.

The Timberwolves just picked up a big win against the Warriors but it seems they will be the No. 7 seed this year.

The Clippers are currently winning the low stakes “Battle For LA”

Brooklyn is allowed to stay put until its stars come back.

Los Angeles could miss the playoffs with the way they play. LeBron has to do everything and right now that’s not enough.

The Hawks suffered a tough loss to the Celtics. That loss just showed that they need to bring a second star to Atlanta to help Trae Young.

The Hornets are one loss away from getting out of the play-in. You have to pull yourself together.

New Orleans’ offense has reached another level. The Pelicans have come a long way since 3-16 earlier this year.

Portland eventually relinquished control of the No. 10, but the Blazers can still make the play-in.

Washington hangs around the play-in tournament. It could come in if the Hornets keep sliding.

San Antonio is still trying to make a run at play-in. With 1.5 games to catch up, they still have a chance.

Sacramento makes a big profit, but they lost the trade with Indiana.

Indiana has a bright future with Haliburton, but that doesn’t change the fact that the Pacers aren’t doing well right now.

Just give up the Knicks this season.

OKC has plenty of injuries on its plate with Josh Giddey and Lu Dort out. Until then, bring in the losses.

Detroit played hard, but they’re still bottom of the conference, tied with Orlando.

Still bottom of the Eastern Conference, Orlando has just one spot to jump before the end of the season.

The Rockets just hope Jalen Green’s February is the start of a much better game. NBA Power Rankings Based on NBA Championship Odds (Grizzlies Continue to Rise in Week 19)

John Verrall

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