NBA Power Rankings Week 24: Knicks Shoot To Top, Lakers In Danger

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30. Phoenix Suns (23-54, Last Week: 29): The Suns have lost nine games in a row.

29. Orlando Magic (19-59, Last Week: 27): The Magic have lost five games in a row, and 13 of their last 14.

28. Cleveland Cavaliers (24-52, Last Week: 30): The Cavs won their last two games, but had previously lost ten in a row leading up to that.

27. Portland Trailblazers (33-44, Last Week: 20): Portland is absolutely reeling right now, having lost eight games in a row.

26. Detroit Pistons (26-52, Last Week: 28): The Pistons went 2-2 last week.

25. Charlotte Bobcats (18-59, Last Week: 26): The Bobcats still maintain the worst record in the league.

24. Sacramento Kings (27-50, Last Week: 24): The Kings have lost four games in a row; all of them being at home and coming at the hands of a Western Conference opponent.

23. Toronto Raptors (29-48, Last Week: 25): The Raps went 2-2 last week.

22. New Orleans Hornets (27-50, Last Week: 22): The Hornets went 1-2 last week. Anthony Davis had a pair of 20-plus games over the weekend.

21. Minnesota Timberwolves (29-47, Last Week: 23): The Wolves went 3-1 last week, and Brandon Knight came alive (pun intended) for 25 points on Saturday.

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