NBA Power Rankings: Cavs Remain No. 1, but There Is a New No. 30

March 30th, 2010 by Jose Salviati Leave a reply »
Does it get any better for a sports fan?  

Baseball is about ready to start its season, we are winding down March Madness, the Masters is around the corner—with Tiger, and World Cup fever is starting to boil.  Add the coming NBA Playoffs and you have a sports-lovers paradise.

The NBA season is long, with games seemingly mattering more at the beginning and end of the season.  The middle of the season tends to be about enduring injuries and finding motivation in the second of a back-to-back against a sub .500 team.  Of course, if you are the sub .500 team, then even the end of season games might not matter.

For those teams that are gearing up for a playoff run, these games are about best positioning themselves.  For those just barely in the playoff picture, it's about staying there. Those on the bubble are working hard to get in.  

All in all, it makes for impassioned games full of excitement. 

Which teams are embracing the moment?  Which are wilting under the pressure?  Which are tanking for a better shot at John Wall?


1. Cleveland (Record: 5 ...

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