NBA POWER RANKINGS

NBA Basketball Power Rankings

NBA Power Rankings Week 14

Sam Amico

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Posted March 27, 2012 10:09 AM EDT

Hammer job of Heat catapults Thunder to top spot, but Bulls still right there. And here come the oldies-but-goodies in the Spurs, Mavericks and Celtics. Check out the top performers of the week and find out where your team ranks.

+4

Utah Jazz

-4

Denver Nuggets

FOX SPORTS NBA POWER RANKINGS

RK Team RECORD CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

37-12 2 1/4
Win over Miami latest example that Thunder capable of beating anybody at any time. And Russell Westbrook didn't even play that well.
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2

40-11 1 1/8
Don't let home loss to Denver fool you. Bulls first team to 40 wins and still frontrunners when Derrick Rose plays.
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3

33-14 1 1/11
Watch out if late additions of Stephen Jackson and Boris Diaw provide veteran lift off bench Spurs could use.
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4

35-13 2 1/5
Still getting superstar play from LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. But what about the other guys?
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5

32-18 1 5/16
Dwight Howard league's best center. Is Ryan Anderson its most improved overall player?
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6

30-19 1 1/15
Offense still not as good as it could be with Ramon Sessions. But give it time.
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7

28-21 - 5/21
Apparently, Vinny Del Negro has less than 20 games to save his job.
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8

26-21 - 6/24
As they proved against the Lakers, still capable of making life miserable for favored opponents.
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9

27-22 - 4/22
Great start, but slowly losing division lead over Boston team that's been there before. Uh oh.
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10

29-19 1 5/24
Rarely lose to teams with worse records and beat up on Miami. Believe yet?
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11

28-22 1 2/15
Just as good defensively as Tyson Chandler days. It's that type of dedication that really means something when games mean most.
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12

30-20 - 4/14
Four-overtime win over Utah an instant classic. Is this inconsistent bunch finally putting it all together?
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13

27-22 1 2/19
Veteran team doing a very veteran thing -- playing its best as most important time of year approaches.
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14

27-23 4 7/25
Doing just enough to stay in playoff contention. Al Jefferson still an underrated reason why.
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15

25-24 1 12/24
Apparently, Steve Nash and Grant Hill aren't old enough to make certain this team returns to lottery.
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16

27-23 1 10/25
Somehow finding a way without Kyle Lowry. Should only be better once he returns.
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17

27-23 4 5/19
Who would've thought the trade of Nene would work out well?
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18

25-25 3 3/21
Injury to Amar'e Stoudemire (back) likely to mean end to already dim chances in postseason.
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19

24-26 1 17/29
Kevin Love making case for league MVP. Probably won't win it, but fact he's in conversation says a lot.
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20

22-27 1 13/24
Scott Skiles trying to convince his guys not to mail it in. If he's successful, he'll still have a job next season.
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21

23-26 - 5/21
You know things are bad when you think landing J.J. Hickson was your best move of year.
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22

20-27 1 19/26
Klay Thompson a nice surprise in place of traded Monta Ellis. But not enough to overcome everything else.
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23

17-32 1 22/29
Better than they were at beginning of year. And isn't that the goal?
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24

17-29 2 16/28
No Anderson Varejao (injured), no Ramon Sessions (traded), no longer hope.
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25

17-32 - 23/29
DeMarcus Cousins may be among league's top three centers. Seriously.
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26

16-35 1 17/29
With Deron Williams, Gerald Wallace and Kris Humphries, the talent is there. Cohesion? Eh, not so much.
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27

16-34 1 19/30
Still playing hard enough to occasionally annoy superior opponents. But that's about it.
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28

12-37 - 16/29
Jason Smith suddenly best cheap-shot artist in sports city that's allegedly full of them.
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29

11-38 - 18/30
Time to start wondering whether John Wall is everything he was cracked up to be?
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30

7-40 - 23/30
Not even coach Paul Silas can bear to watch a complete season.
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