NBA Top 10 Rankings: All-Star Break Addition

February 13th, 2010 by Parker Forte Leave a reply »

It’s that time of year, the All-Star break. No Brandon Roy, or Kobe Bryant. How sad.

But I'm not here to babble about the All-Star game. About a month ago I wrote my first top 10, now it is time for my second, as I promised.

I hope you enjoy.


10. Toronto

The Raptors have been playing good ball, sitting in the fifth spot in the east. Chris Bosh will lead Toronto to the playoffs, but they will not do so well. The Eastern Conference is not too strong and it does not take much to make the playoffs. But I am not trying to take any credit away from the Raptors. They deserve the 10th spot.


9. Portland

After the All-Star break, Brandon Roy and Travis Outlaw will return to the squad and put the Blazers back on track after going south against the Thunder. Portland had a great victory in Phoenix to close off the first half of ...

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