Oklahoma City Thunder Top NBA Power Rankings

Feb 4, 2013; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) reacts to a call in action against the Dallas Mavericks during the second half at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Oklahoma City is on a direct path to the NBA Finals. The defending NBA Western Conference Champions are young, fast, high tempo, and they can play defense as well. While the team might not hold the best record in The NBA (San Antonio 38-11), they are the most complete team in the league.

San Antonio and Miami are right on Oklahoma City’s heels. Both teams are competing at a high level. San Antonio has the best record in basketball, and Miami is gaining momentum, winning seven of their last ten games. While The New York Knicks have cooled a bit from their hot start, they are also among The NBA’s elite.

The Chicago Bulls have played very good basketball while missing star Derrick Rose. The superstar is set to return soon, and this could catapult The Bulls to the top of The Eastern Conference. The Memphis Grizzlies traded away their best player (Not sure why they would do that while in the playoff hunt) and seem to be paying for it, going 6-4 in their last ten games, falling out of The FanSided Radio NBA Power Rankings.

 

FanSided Radio NBA Power Rankings

1) Oklahoma City Thunder

2) San Antonio Spurs

3) Miami Heat

4) Los Angeles Clippers

5) New York Knicks

6) Indiana Pacers

7) Denver Nuggets

8) Golden State Warriors

9) Chicago Bulls

10) Houston Rockets

 

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