Rank 'Em: 2009-10 NBA Power Rankings

Created: February 1, 2010, 7:13 AM

Where do Sunday's combatants rank?

Which are the best and worst teams in the NBA?

ESPN.com's Marc Stein serves up his NBA Power Rankings each week during the regular season, but that's only half of the rankings puzzle. The other half rests with you, SportsNation.

The Lakers came to Boston on a marathon road trip, but the Celtics looked like the winded team in the championship race after their third loss in a row. The Celtics woke up Monday fourth in the Eastern Conference, closer to losing their division lead to the Raptors than catching the Cavaliers for home-court advantage. So where you rank Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett and their crew in the NBA hierarchy?

Submit your rankings now! You must rank at least FIVE teams for your vote to count.


 
 
  • 76ers
    Record: 16-31
  • Bobcats
    Record: 24-22
  • Bucks
    Record: 20-25
  • Bulls
    Record: 23-22
  • Cavaliers
    Record: 38-11
  • Celtics
    Record: 29-16
  • Clippers
    Record: 20-27
  • Grizzlies
    Record: 25-21
  • Hawks
    Record: 30-16
  • Heat
    Record: 24-23
  • Hornets
    Record: 26-21
  • Jazz
    Record: 28-18
  • Kings
    Record: 16-30
  • Knicks
    Record: 18-29
  • Lakers
    Record: 37-11
  • Magic
    Record: 32-16
  • Mavericks
    Record: 30-17
  • Nets
    Record: 4-42
  • Nuggets
    Record: 32-15
  • Pacers
    Record: 16-32
  • Pistons
    Record: 15-31
  • Raptors
    Record: 26-22
  • Rockets
    Record: 25-22
  • Spurs
    Record: 27-19
  • Suns
    Record: 28-21
  • Thunder
    Record: 26-21
  • Wolves
    Record: 11-38
  • Trail Blazers
    Record: 28-21
  • Warriors
    Record: 13-33
  • Wizards
    Record: 16-30

 



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