NBA Power Rankings – March 2, 2019

The NBA has 40 days left in the regular season so it’s a sprint to the finish now.

We analyze every team’s performance through March 2, 2019 and rank them in our data driven NBA power rankings.

The East is hanging with the West at the top as each have five of the top 10. The league separates in the middle though. The Nets would be the six seed in the NBA Playoffs today but are ranked 14th in our power rankings. The eight seed in the West, the Spurs, is 13th in our latest NBA Power Rankings.

Heating Up

The Eastern Conference leads the power rankings with the Milwaukee Bucks and Toronto Raptors, each having won nine of their past 10 games. The Bucks have a 2 game lead on the Raptors for homefield throughout the NBA Playoffs.

The Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic, Houston Rockets have been making a push up the standings having won seven of their last 10 games.

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Cooling Down

The Phoenix Suns have struggled mightily all season with a league worst 12 wins this season. They’ve dropped nine of their last 10.

The Charlotte Hornets, Miami Heat, Washington Wizards, Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers have all lost seven of their past 10 games.

NBA Power Rankings – March 2, 2019

1Milwaukee Bucks
2Toronto Raptors
3Golden State Warriors
4Denver Nuggets
5Indiana Pacers
6Boston Celtics
7Oklahoma City Thunder
8Philadelphia 76ers
9Portland Trail Blazers
10Utah Jazz
11Houston Rockets
12Los Angeles Clippers
13San Antonio Spurs
14Brooklyn Nets
15Minnesota Timberwolves
16Charlotte Hornets
17Sacramento Kings
18Detroit Pistons
19Los Angeles Lakers
20New Orleans Pelicans
21Dallas Mavericks
22Orlando Magic
23Miami Heat
24Washington Wizards
25Memphis Grizzlies
26Atlanta Hawks
27Chicago Bulls
28Cleveland Cavaliers
29New York Knicks
30Phoenix Suns

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