NBA Power Rankings, Nov. 9: The Hornets Join the Lakers and Celtics at the Top

November 9th, 2010 by NY Sports Digest Leave a reply »

By Mark C. Rinaldi

Los Angeles Lakers (7-0) – The Lakers are showing why they are the best team in the NBA, and the scary thing is they still aren't even 100 percent healthy.

New Orleans Hornets (6-0) – The Lakers and the Hornets are the only two undefeateds left in the NBA. Put yourself in the same sentence with LA and you're doing things right.

Boston Celtics (6-2) – Is KG dirty? Probably. But when you win games you tend to overlook minor things like trash talk involving a deadly disease.

Orlando Magic (5-1) – One bad loss to an in-state rival separates Orlando from being truly elite, but if Dwight Howard and Stan Van Gundy's crew can be the best team in the state, then it'll be around for a while.

Miami Heat (5-2) – The experiment in South Beach has had its hiccups, but things are starting to come together for the big three.

San Antonio Spurs (5-1) – My prediction of the Spurs missing the playoffs isn't looking too solid right now. The team is actually being led by its youth of George Hill, De ...

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