Week Two NBA Eastern Conference Power Rankings

November 12th, 2009 by Ryan Lewis Leave a reply »
This was a very, very interesting second week of the NBA season. 

Boston obtained their first loss; the Nets failed to grab their first win. 

And, quite frankly, a win in the New York Metropolitan area might not occur again for quite some time. The Knicks allowed a 40-point first quarter, twice. Maybe they got lost in the LeBron James hoopla, because the certainty of Knicks fans that LeBron will be in the Big Apple next season is quite breathtaking. 

The Bulls beat Cleveland in a nail-biter, then turned around and actually lost by a nail in Denver on a called-off Brad Miller jumper that would have won the game. 

The wheels fell off for the Wizards. Sure, they didn't have Jamison...but now Mike Miller and Randy Foye are both banged up, and Gilbert Arenas nearly didn't start against Miami.

When you're forced to play DeShawn Stevenson for 40 minutes, bad things are happening. 

The 76ers continue their quest to play the easiest schedule in NBA history, and the the Pacers are looking ready to crawl out of the cellar. 

So, here we go. 


1. Boston , 8-1, previously No. 1 - ...

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