Mar 4, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (3) looks on during the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center. The Heat defeated the Timberwolves 97-81. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Heat Stands On Top Of NBA Power Rankings

 

NBA Power Rankings are getting tough to formulate. Not so much at the top, with the Miami Heat being the clear cut number one. The Heat are riding a 15 game winning streak, which is the best in team history. LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and the rest of the team are playing on their own level.

The two through four spots are also easy to calculate. San Antonio, Oklahoma City, and the Clippers are in a group above the pack as well. When it comes to 5-10, that is where things are hard to read. There are several quality teams that are playing great basketball. Look at teams like the Indiana Pacers, who  are playing as well as anyone. Denver is also in the mix, along with several others.

Rich Gray from The Control Room and I each filled out our top ten teams in this weeks FanSided Radio NBA Power Rankings. This is what we came up with.

FanSided Radio NBA Power Rankings

1) Miami Heat

2) San Antonio Spurs

3) Oklahoma City Thunder

4) Los Angeles Clippers

5) Indiana Pacers

6) Memphis Grizzlies

7) Denver Nuggets

8) New York Knicks

9) Brooklyn Nets

10) Chicago Bulls

 

How They Voted:

Rich Gray

1) Miami Heat

2) San Antonio Spurs

3) Oklahoma City Thunder

4) Los Angeles Clippers

5) Indiana Pacers

6) Memphis Grizzlies

7) Denver Nuggets

8) New York Knicks

9) Brooklyn Nets

10) Atlanta Hawks

 

John Ackeren

1) Miami Heat

2) San Antonio Spurs

3) Oklahoma City Thunder

4) Los Angeles Clippers

5) Indiana Pacers

6) Memphis Grizzlies

7) Denver Nuggets

8) New York Knicks

9) Chicago Bulls

10) Brooklyn Nets

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