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As the NBA Playoffs get closer, these are the latest team rankings for WEEK 16:

2014-15 Power Rankings: Week 16
RANK TEAM / RECORD TRENDING COMMENTS
1
Golden State
42-9

1
Last Week: 2

Best record, best point differential … and yet something seems a bit off lately. The Dubs eked out W’s over the Wolves and Sixers, so the break comes at the right time for a team that’s No. 1 in pace, No. 1 in defensive efficiency and No. 2 in offensive efficiency. They needed a breather. (Ethan Strauss, ESPN.com)
2
Atlanta
43-11

1
Last Week: 1

The Hawks, despite a 3-3 stretch and a bad loss at Boston before the All-Star break, are still riding high with a 6 1/2-game lead in the Eastern Conference. They need to play only .600 ball for the rest of the way to clinch the first 60-win campaign in franchise history. (Bo Churney,HawksHoop)
3
Memphis
39-14

Last Week: 3

If the Grizz can go 18-11 from here, they’ll post their best win total in team history. They’re also enjoying the longest break of any team in the league, with no game until Sunday night at Portland. Which is a nice respite for Mike Conley and his two bad ankles. (Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN.com)
4
San Antonio
34-19

2
Last Week: 6

They’ve battled injuries, age and the nightly frustration of life in the loaded West. But the reigning champs recently played their first game all season with a full squad … just in time for the famed Rodeo Road Trip. As is custom, write them off at your own risk. (Andrew McNeill, 48 Minutes Of Hell)
5
Toronto
36-17

Last Week: 5

The Raps score freely despite a predictable offense, endure long stretches of struggles on D and oscillate between great and terrible every few weeks. But it’s probably the best Toronto team ever, so Raps fans can cope with inconsistency, having endured much worse. (Blake Murphy,Raptors Republic)
6
Cleveland
33-22

2
Last Week: 4

The Cavs went into the break on a 14-2 hot streak or losers of two out of four … depending on your glass-gauging technique. Thursday’s loss to the Bulls with Kevin Love out and Timofey Mozgov shelved by foul trouble underscored their need to find a backup big. (Dave McMenamin, ESPN.com)
7
Chicago
34-20

4
Last Week: 11

The up-and-down Bulls are on a high after a four-game win streak, headlined by that big W over LeBron’s Cavs. D-Rose is showing flashes of his old MVP form, Joakim Noah is getting healthier and now Tony Snell is contributing in support of All-Star center Pau Gasol. (Nick Friedell, ESPNChicago.com)
8
Houston
36-17

1
Last Week: 7

The Rockets continue to weather the injury storm, relying on Donatas Motiejunas, Josh Smith, Corey Brewer and, of course, top MVP contender James Harden. But they’re under no illusions: Houston knows it needs a healthy Dwight Howard to make a serious title run. (Rahat Huq, Red94)
9
Los Angeles
35-19

1
Last Week: 10

The Clips’ top five players didn’t miss a game this season until J.J. Redick and Blake Griffin went down. Yet it still often seemed like something was missing. Let’s see if adversity actually helps these guys, who could well have a couple of new faces on the roster soon. (Arash Markazi, ESPNLosAngeles.com)
10
Portland
36-17

1
Last Week: 9

The Blazers have parlayed an unexpected jump into the top five defensively and OKC’s injuries into an eight-game lead in the Northwest Division. So Portland can spend the next two months focusing on seeding … and trying to get the slumping Nicolas Batum healthy. (Kevin Pelton, ESPN Insider)

source: NBA.com

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