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Pacers continue at top of NBA Power Rankings

Scott Cullen
2/6/2014 5:21:24 PM
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The Indiana Pacers continue at the top of the TSN.ca NBA Power Rankings, a spot they haven't relinquished since the start of the regular season.

Just behind Indiana, the Oklahoma City Thunder, Miami Heat and Portland Trail Blazers.

Moving up this week, the San Antonio Spurs won three straight and, getting a few bodies back from injury, moved from 10 to seven.

Further down the list, the Orlando Magic are healthy and went 2-2 last week, which was enough to vault from 29 to 24. Sometimes it doesn't take a lot to move among the bottom-tier teams.

Heading the other way, the Los Angeles Clippers lost three of four and shooting guard J.J. Redick is hurt again, so they fall from seven to 10, effectively flipping spots with the Spurs.

The Memphis Grizzlies sunk from 12 to 17 after back-to-back losses and, more importantly, an injury to point guard Mike Conley.

The Toronto Raptors split their four games last week, but it was enough to hold their ninth-place ranking.

Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook.



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