2015 Power Rankings: March 9th

Let’s begin out journey with two teams, the 35-28 Washington Wizards and the 35-28 Oklahoma City Thunder. On November 23rd, the Westbrook-less, Durant-less, and seemingly hopeless Thunder fell to 3-12 after a hard fought loss to the mighty Golden St Warriors. Around that same time, Washington was sporting a nifty 9-3 record after convincing wins over the Bucks and LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers. A month later, things weren’t much different, even though OKC had a …

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A Number’s Game: Power Ranking Round-Up

“The best laid plans of mice and men, often go awry.” Dan Gilbert, probably Back in August, I thought I had it all figured out. The new-look Cleveland Cavaliers and Derrick Rose-led Chicago Bulls would strut through the East, the eternal Spurs and high octane Thunder would rule over the loaded West, teams like Sacramento and the Bucks would stink, and all would be copacetic in the NBA world. Then the season started. I’m not sure …

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