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RedsArmyAdmin February 16, 2009 Uncategorized 9 Comments on Power Rankings

My top 5 piled up quite a few losses over the past week. The Lakers fell to Utah, Cleveland lost to Indy, San Antonio was beaten by a Bosh-less Raptors team while the Hornets lost two games to Memphis and Boston.

The only team not to lose – the Celtics. They scored road victories over the Mavs and Hornets.

Changes from last week: The Hornet are out and the Magic are in.

1. Lakers – Odom's had 19, 18 and 17 rebounds in last 3 games.

2. Celtics – Feeling a lot better after two big road wins.

3. Cavs – Wait. A call actually went against LeBron?

4. Spurs – Trade rumors involving Vince Carter are stunning.

5. Magic – Have zero chance of winning it all, but no other team stands out.

FYI – There are plenty of spots available in the Celtics Tickets raffle.

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  • Hey FD – My opinions don’t need any more stinkin’ analysis.

  • zippittyay

    Is that really an unphotoshopped picture?

  • Nora

    Please take off that picture of Pau. Are you trying to make us throw up? LOL

  • Tim (FD)

    My computer screen just broke.
    And Chuck, maybe a little more analysis would make these rankings a little more noteworthy….

  • Matty S.

    When I loaded the page this afternoon the LAST thing I wanted to see was that pic of Gasol. God it was terrible.

  • No!!!

    PAU SMASH!!!!!!!

  • ssshady35

    OCLakers, He looks like what was floating in the toilet after I went to a Mexican restaurant

  • Two-Buck Chuck

    Ugh – don’t point that thing at me.

  • Kareem

    Could Vince coming to San Antonio really vault them into true contender status, or is he just a player that can never win a championship? Opinions?
    I think that Gregg Popovich is the best coach in the NBA, and if anyone can make Vince a winner, it would be him. They have great chemistry on that team. However, it seems hard to picture Vince Carter, fall-away J’s and 30% shooting percentages, fitting well with that Spurs team.