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Power Rankings: Warriors' offense keeps rolling as trade season heats up

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John Schuhmann NBA.com

Feb 13, 2017 12:17 PM ET

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It's trade season!

The trade deadline is still 10 days away, but two Plumlees have already packed their bags this month ... and not for the All-Star Game. Ten days after Miles was sent from Milwaukee to Charlotte, Mason was sent from Portland to Denver.

The frontcourt logjam in Philadelphia may be finally clearing up, as a Jahlil Okafor deal seems imminent. And the Sixers aren't the only team that seems ripe for a trade. Hello, Orlando!

The dominance of the Cleveland Cavaliers in the East and the Golden State Warriors in the West may keep some teams from really going for it with a deadline deal, but playoff races didn't keep the Bucks and Hornets (both in the mix for the No. 8 seed in the East) from making a deal or the Blazers and Nuggets (competing for the No. 8 seed in the West) from swapping centers either.

For a lot of teams, the next 10 days will be about the next few years. Others want to win now. And things could get really interesting between now and Feb. 23.

  • Hero team of the week: Golden State (3-0) -- Put all the hype and drama of Saturday's game aside. The bottom line is that the Warriors comfortably swept a road back-to-back by scoring 123 points per 100 possessions against two top-seven defenses (Memphis and Oklahoma City).
  • Zero team of the week: Orlando (0-3) -- The Magic sandwiched a last-second loss to the Embiid-less Sixers with a 24-point loss in Houston and a 32-point loss in Dallas.
  • East vs. West: The West is 179-146 (.551) against the East in interconference games after going 18-10 (3-1 in New York) last week.
  • Toughest schedules through Sunday: 1. Phoenix, 2. L.A. Lakers, 3. Sacramento
  • Easiest schedules through Sunday: 1. Indiana, 2. Washington, 3. San Antonio
  • Schedule strength is based on cumulative opponent record, and adjusted for home vs. away and days of rest before a game.
  • High jumps of the week: Cleveland (+3), L.A. Lakers (+3), Four teams (+2)
  • Free falls of the week: Chicago (-3), Five teams (-2)
  • Team to watch this week: Indiana -- The Pacers' three-game losing streak includes losses to Cleveland and Washington, two teams they will face again this week ... after hosting the Spurs.

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Pace: Possessions per 48 minutes (League Rank)
OffRtg: Points scored per 100 possessions (League Rank)
DefRtg: Points allowed per 100 possessions (League Rank)
NetRtg: Point differential per 100 possessions (League Rank)

The league has averaged 98.8 possessions (per team) per 48 minutes and 106.0 points scored per 100 possessions this season.

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1
Last week:
1

Record: 46-8
Pace: 103.0 (2) OffRtg: 114.3 (1) DefRtg: 101.4 (2) NetRtg: +12.9 (1)

Kevin Durant clearly has the ability to stay focused through the drama, as he's averaged 37.7 points on 66 percent shooting (15-for-24 from 3-point range) in three games against the Thunder. The Warriors have scored better than 120 points per 100 possessions in five of their last six games (with JaVale McGee starting all six) and are eclipsing their own mark for the best effective field goal percentage in NBA history. The McGee lineup gives them three lineups that have outscored opponents by 20 or more points per 100 possessions in at least 100 minutes. The rest of the league has four.

This week: @ DEN, vs. SAC

2
Last week:
4

Record: 40-17
Pace: 101.9 (3) OffRtg: 111.5 (3) DefRtg: 105.2 (11) NetRtg: +6.2 (3)

A softer stretch of schedule has the Rockets on a four-game winning streak, despite the absence of Eric Gordon (back) against Charlotte and Phoenix last week. James Harden hasn't missed a game yet and leads the league in total minutes for the third straight season, but got some fourth-quarter rest on Saturday, because the Rockets' starting lineup outscored the Suns by 30 points in a little over 11 minutes. The other starters with Clint Capela at center have been worse defensively, but much better offensively than they've been with Montrezl Harrell or Nene at the five. And Mike D'Antoni has yet to experiment much with a super-spacing lineup with Gordon in place of a center.

This week: vs. MIA

3
Last week:
6

Record: 37-16
Pace: 99.4 (12) OffRtg: 110.6 (4) DefRtg: 106.3 (19) NetRtg: +4.3 (6)

John Wall called Monday's game against the Cavs the biggest regular season of his career, but Cleveland clearly circled the game (with a chance to end Washington's 17-game home winning streak) on its calendar as well. The result was one of the best games of the season and part of a stretch where the Cavs have scored 121 points per 100 possessions as they've won five of six. But a few nights later in Oklahoma City, on the second night of a back-to-back, LeBron James played 40-plus minutes for the 13th time (after it was thought he would sit out) and the Cavs didn't even get a win out of it. With Kevin Love dealing with knee soreness, James' load won't be any lighter this week.

This week: @ MIN, vs. IND

4
Last week:
2

Record: 41-13
Pace: 96.8 (26) OffRtg: 110.0 (5) DefRtg: 101.2 (1) NetRtg: +8.8 (2)

The Spurs have been only slightly worse offensively on the road (109.8 points scored per 100 possessions) than they've been at home (110.2), but only three teams - Dallas, Cleveland and the Clippers - have taken a higher percentage of their shots from outside the paint. When the jumpers aren't falling, things can get ugly. That was the case in Memphis (without Kawhi Leonard) on Monday and in New York (where they're just 2-4 since 2011) on Sunday when they shot a combined 30 percent from outside the paint and assisted on less than half (28/63) of their buckets.

This week: @ IND, @ ORL

5
Last week:
3

Record: 32-21
Pace: 99.1 (15) OffRtg: 107.9 (9) DefRtg: 105.2 (12) NetRtg: +2.6 (9)

LeBron James' ridiculous shot and an inability to get stops in overtime brought an end to the Wizards' 17-game home winning streak. One issue that has popped up recently is the Wizards' inability to finish off possessions. They went to overtime again in Brooklyn on Wednesday, because they allowed the Nets (the league's third worst offensive rebounding team) to rack up 26 second chance points, and have allowed a league-worst 17.8 second chance points per game over the last five weeks. The (second) return of Ian Mahinmi could help in that regard and gives the Wizards one more useful rotation guy. But though they've outscored their opponents by 10 points per 100 possessions with Trey Burke and Tomas Satoransky on the floor together, they should still be in the market for another backcourt reserve as the deadline approaches.

This week: vs. OKC, @ IND

6
Last week:
5

Record: 35-19
Pace: 98.6 (18) OffRtg: 109.5 (7) DefRtg: 106.3 (20) NetRtg: +3.2 (8)

Marcus Smart still can't shoot (only Luol Deng and Nikola Mirotic have shot worse on at least 200 attempts from outside the paint), but had a big game (18 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals) filling in as a starter in Thursday's win in Portland. After losing to the Boogie-less Kings on Wednesday, they beat the Blazers and Jazz without Jae Crowder. Further illustrating their weirdness, they scored just 97.2 points per 100 possessions in two games against Sacramento's 25th-ranked defense and 122.3 in two games against Utah's third-ranked defense this season.

This week: @ DAL, vs. PHI, @ CHI

7
Last week:
7

Record: 34-21
Pace: 93.4 (30) OffRtg: 107.6 (10) DefRtg: 101.9 (3) NetRtg: +5.7 (4)

A top-five defense should be good at holding onto leads, and the Jazz have been the league's best fourth-quarter team. But they're also the only team to have lost twice after leading by at least 20 points, having allowed the Mavs to come back from 21 down in the third quarter on Thursday. (They previously blew a 20-point lead to Sacramento in December.) Their depth has been a strength for most of the season and Joe Johnson scored 27 points in Wednesday's win in New Orleans, but their bench was pretty terrible as they lost to Dallas and Boston to close the week.

This week: vs. LAC, vs. POR

8
Last week:
10

Record: 33-23
Pace: 95.4 (28) OffRtg: 104.3 (19) DefRtg: 102.8 (4) NetRtg: +1.5 (10)

The Grizzlies became the only team with wins over Cleveland, Golden State and San Antonio when they out-uglied the Leonard-less Spurs on Monday, getting good minutes from Brandan Wright, who has been back for six games after missing the first three months of the season. Like Mahinmi, Wright is one of those "it's like we acquired a guy without having to trade anybody" guys. Before the Grizz turned the ball over 19 times (14 of the 19 turnovers were live balls) in Friday's loss to the Warriors, they had 22 miscues against Phoenix on Wednesday, but got 23 points on just 10 shots from Mike Conley.

This week: @ BKN, vs. NOP

9
Last week:
8

Record: 31-24
Pace: 100.6 (7) OffRtg: 104.1 (21) DefRtg: 104.8 (7) NetRtg: -0.8 (15)

The Thunder beat the best team in the East with a big second half on Thursday, but are 0-4 against the top two teams in the West (and none of the four games have been close) after getting humbled again by Durant and the Warriors on Saturday. That game started going downhill when they were outscored 23-8 in Russell Westbrook's first half stint on the bench. They're 1-3 in his four highest scoring games of the season, but may be emerging from the offensive funk they've been in over the last month (in which they scored less than a point per possession in eight of 13 games).

This week: @ WAS, vs. NYK

10
Last week:
9

Record: 33-21
Pace: 98.8 (17) OffRtg: 109.5 (6) DefRtg: 105.9 (16) NetRtg: +3.7 (7)

The Clippers have dropped from sixth to 16th in defensive efficiency since Chris Paul's (latest) injury, but their offense was good enough in New York and Charlotte last week to put together two straight wins for the first time since Paul injured his thumb. Blake Griffin has been terrific and Jamal Crawford has followed a brutal January with 50 percent shooting in February. He's been one of the better clutch shooters in the league this season (47 percent from the field, 6-for-14 from 3-point range) and hit the two biggest shots in Wednesday's win at Madison Square Garden.

This week: @ UTA, vs. ATL

11
Last week:
12

Record: 32-23
Pace: 97.6 (22) OffRtg: 111.5 (2) DefRtg: 106.2 (18) NetRtg: +5.3 (5)

A month and a half ago, it was thought that the Raptors needed an upgrade from Patrick Patterson. Right now, it would help just to have Patterson (one of their most important defenders) himself. Their offense has dropped off a lot more than their defense as they've lost 10 of their last 14 games. DeMar DeRozan missed seven of the 14, but regression on that end of the floor was inevitable and would be easier to deal with if they could start climbing the rankings on the other end of the floor. They've played a lot more bottom-10 offenses (seven) than top-10 offenses (three) over those 14 games, and they allowed the Wolves and Pistons to shoot 56 percent in the fourth quarter as they blew double-digit leads on Wednesday and Sunday.

This week: @ CHI, vs. CHA

12
Last week:
11

Record: 29-25
Pace: 99.4 (14) OffRtg: 105.3 (15) DefRtg: 105.8 (14) NetRtg: -0.5 (14)

With the All-Star break looming, no team has to stay focused on the next four days more than the Pacers. They carry a three-game losing streak (in which they allowed 125 points per 100 possessions) into a week with three more tough games. Monta Ellis is starting to look a little more like himself of late (averaging 13.0 points off the bench over the last three games), but the Pacers are missing Thaddeus Young, who has missed the last five games with a wrist injury. They've allowed 102.6 points per 100 possessions with both Young and Myles Turner playing together, but 108.4 with only one of the two on the floor.

This week: vs. SAS, @ CLE, vs. WAS

13
Last week:
14

Record: 24-31
Pace: 97.6 (21) OffRtg: 103.0 (26) DefRtg: 103.9 (6) NetRtg: -0.9 (16)

After they scored 114 points per 100 possessions over their previous seven games, the Heat's 13-game winning streak came to an end in Philadelphia on Saturday amid 20 turnovers, poor 3-point shooting, and uncharacteristically bad defense. But they're still just two games out of eighth place, with a game remaining against the eighth-place Pistons and two more against the ninth-place Hornets. They also remain undefeated (10-0) with both Okaro White and Dion Waiters, who has missed the last three games with a sprained ankle.

This week: vs. ORL, @ HOU

14
Last week:
15

Record: 31-23
Pace: 99.6 (11) OffRtg: 103.3 (25) DefRtg: 103.5 (5) NetRtg: -0.2 (13)

The Hawks have the third best record (22-11) in games played within the Eastern Conference, but are 9-12 against the West after a 1-2 week in which they lost to the Jazz by at least 25 points for the second time and blew a 22-point lead in Sacramento. Despite that one-point loss, they remain one of two teams with a winning record and a negative point differential. Their defense has suffered some slippage with Thabo Sefolosha (groin injury) missing the last seven games, but their offense has been at its best (114.7 points scored per 100 possessions) with Kent Bazemore and Tim Hardaway Jr. at the wings.

This week: @ POR, @ LAC

15
Last week:
17

Record: 26-29
Pace: 97.0 (24) OffRtg: 103.9 (22) DefRtg: 105.1 (10) NetRtg: -1.2 (18)

The Pistons are 5-2 in February and have a decent chance to be within a game of .500 at the All-Star break, even though their starting point guard has shot 32 percent and is a minus-35 this month. Detroit has outscored its opponents by 19 points per 100 possessions with Ish Smith on the floor in February and it was Smith who piloted Sunday's comeback (capped by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope's game-winner) from 16 points down at the start of the fourth quarter in Toronto, with Jackson sitting the final 19:19. Caldwell-Pope, Marcus Morris, Tobias Harris and Andre Drummond haven't been great (plus-0.2 points per 100 possessions in 375 minutes) with Smith as their point guard, but they've been awful (minus-16.9 in 264) with Jackson running the show.

This week: @ MIL, vs. DAL

16
Last week:
13

Record: 26-29
Pace: 97.4 (23) OffRtg: 104.2 (20) DefRtg: 105.5 (13) NetRtg: -1.3 (19)

The Bulls seemed more dysfunctional a couple of weeks ago, but the results were worse over the last five days, as they lost to the Warriors, Suns and Wolves by a total of 77 points. As they try to hold onto a playoff spot, they have two banged up guards - Jimmy Butler (heal) and Dwyane Wade (wrist) both missed Sunday's loss in Minnesota - and a tough schedule over the next five weeks. Eleven of their next 16 games are against teams with winning records and two of the others are road games against the two teams - Detroit and Charlotte - directly behind them in the standings.

This week: vs. TOR, vs. BOS

17
Last week:
16

Record: 24-30
Pace: 100.7 (5) OffRtg: 108.7 (8) DefRtg: 110.9 (30) NetRtg: -2.2 (22)

Mason Plumlee probably can't hurt a defense that already ranks 30th, he'll surely get a chance to play alongside Nikola Jokic, and the Nuggets will hope he can help in those minutes that Jokic sits. Since Jokic became the starting center, they've been 12.5 points per 100 possessions better with him on the floor (plus-6.0) than they've been with him off the floor (minus-6.5). He went for 40 in Friday's win in New York, but the defense, as well as the absence of Danilo Gallinari, is preventing the Nuggets from gaining any separation in the race for eighth in the West. Maybe acquiring the ninth-place team's starting center will help.

This week: vs. GSW, vs. MIN

18
Last week:
19

Record: 23-31
Pace: 99.7 (10) OffRtg: 107.0 (13) DefRtg: 109.0 (27) NetRtg: -2.0 (21)

Just one game out of a playoff spot, the Blazers are hitting the reset button again, as they lost two starters (one by choice, one not) last week. They had just figured out how to get some decent minutes from Evan Turner (as a starter) when he broke his hand in Tuesday's win in Dallas (before C.J. McCollum saved the day by out-dueling Dirk Nowitzki in the final minute). Trading Mason Plumlee to Denver for Jusuf Nurkic and a first round pick isn't about this season, but it will be fascinating to see how the deal affects the playoff race and each team's ability to improve on a defense that ranks in the bottom four. The Blazers do play 11 of their next 16 games against bottom-10 offenses.

This week: vs. ATL, @ UTA

19
Last week:
20

Record: 23-32
Pace: 96.8 (27) OffRtg: 105.2 (17) DefRtg: 108.6 (25) NetRtg: -3.4 (25)

A three-game winning streak has the Kings still very much in the playoff race, behind the two teams that just made a trade. The streak began on Wednesday with a game against a good team in which DeMarcus Cousins was suspended (for picking up his 15th and 16th technical fouls on Monday), and depth continued to be a key over the weekend. In fact, the Kings have the league's best aggregate bench NetRtg in February (plus-15.7 points per 100 possessions), as Matt Barnes and Anthony Tolliver have shot well (combined 24-for-57 from 3-point range) and Willie Cauley-Stein has provided more than just highlight dunks.

This week: @ LAL, @ GSW

20
Last week:
18

Record: 22-32
Pace: 93.6 (29) OffRtg: 104.5 (18) DefRtg: 106.0 (17) NetRtg: -1.5 (20)

The Mavs lost their two more important games last week, getting outscored 23-4 on fast break points by Denver and 22-0 on second chance points by Portland. But they came back from 21 points down against Utah on Thursday and shut down the Magic on Saturday to get back to within two games of eighth place. They've been without J.J. Barea for the last 11 games, but Yogi Ferrell has been a sensation, they got Deron Williams back on Saturday, and have been at their best in February with Devin Harris on the floor.

This week: vs. BOS, @ DET

21
Last week:
21

Record: 24-30
Pace: 99.0 (16) OffRtg: 105.4 (14) DefRtg: 104.9 (8) NetRtg: +0.4 (12)

The Hornets got the ultra-important Cody Zeller back for a game on Thursday, but were missing him again in Saturday's loss to the Clippers. They're 2-13 without Zeller, with one of the two wins being a four-point victory (on Tuesday) against a team (Brooklyn) that has lost 23 of its last 24 games. Their other starters with Frank Kaminsky have outscored their opponents by 2.6 points per 100 possessions, but their bench has been generally terrible as Zeller has missed eight of the last nine games. New addition Miles Plumlee was a minus-17 in less than 12 minutes in a five-point loss on Saturday.

This week: vs. PHI, @ TOR

22
Last week:
22

Record: 20-34
Pace: 100.3 (8) OffRtg: 99.7 (30) DefRtg: 105.9 (15) NetRtg: -6.2 (27)

As Bryan Colangelo was revealing that Joel Embiid has a "minor" tear in the meniscus in his left knee, the Sixers were becoming less dependant on their star. T.J. McConnell hit another game-winner in Orlando on Thursday and they ended the Heat's 13-game winning streak on Saturday. By the end of the season, the Sixers could have the top two guys in Rookie of the Year voting, as Dario Saric continues to increase his production off the bench, averaging 19.0 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists in less than 26 minutes over his last four games. Before the game-winner on Thursday, Saric set his career high at 24 points and put the Sixers ahead with a tough layup off a feed from McConnell.

This week: @ CHA, @ BOS

23
Last week:
25

Record: 21-34
Pace: 100.0 (9) OffRtg: 102.3 (27) DefRtg: 105.1 (9) NetRtg: -2.8 (23)

As the Pelicans shop for a new center (with Alexis Ajinca and Omer Asik both under contract for at least another two seasons), they remain a better team (particularly on defense) with Anthony Davis at center (plus-2.8 points per 100 possessions) than with Davis at power forward (minus-6.5). Monday's game against the Suns was won with a 24-14, six-minute stretch late in the fourth quarter that had Davis at center and Solomon Hill at the four, though that small-ball look hasn't been good (minus-44 in 139 minutes) overall. Buddy Hield has been shooting well again, but got ejected from Sunday's loss in Sacramento for a low blow to a guy - DeMarcus Cousins - who has been on both ends of similar damage in the past.

This week: @ PHX, @ MEM

24
Last week:
23

Record: 21-34
Pace: 96.9 (25) OffRtg: 107.3 (12) DefRtg: 108.3 (23) NetRtg: -1.0 (17)

Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins have combined to average 73.4 points on 56 percent shooting and the Wolves have scored 116 points per 100 possessions in the five games since Zach LaVine was lost for the season. But their defense was terrible until Sunday's win against the depleted Bulls, which gave Tom Thibodeau a season sweep against his former team. Lance Stephenson (signed to a 10-day contract last week) shot 3-for-5 on Sunday, but had some brutal minutes in Friday's loss to the Pelicans.

This week: vs. CLE, @ DEN

25
Last week:
28

Record: 19-37
Pace: 100.6 (6) OffRtg: 103.8 (23) DefRtg: 110.1 (29) NetRtg: -6.3 (28)

Brandon Ingram had two of his better games (totaling 29 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists in New York and Detroit) upon moving into the starting lineup last week. And in its third game together, the Lakers' new starting lineup had its best performance (plus-18 in 17 minutes) in Friday's win in Milwaukee. Their defense hasn't been so awful (103.6 points allowed per 100 possessions in 137 minutes) with the new frontline - Julius Randle and Tarik Black - on the floor together, and 19-year-old rookie Ivica Zubac (15 points on 7-for-11 shooting on Friday) is showing flashes of potential off the bench.

This week: vs. SAC, @ PHX

26
Last week:
24

Record: 23-30
Pace: 97.8 (20) OffRtg: 107.3 (11) DefRtg: 106.8 (21) NetRtg: +0.5 (11)

The Bucks got Khris Middleton back on Wednesday ... and then lost Jabari Parker to another torn ACL before the night was over. After getting outscored 75-45 in their previous two first quarters, they went with a Michael Beasley-Thon Maker starting frontline in Indiana on on Saturday. The result was a not-so-terrible start, but the key to one of their biggest offensive games of the season was the bench. Mirza Teletovic (5-for-9 from 3-point range) broke out of a shooting funk and Greg Monroe (17 points, eight rebounds and four assists) gave Jason Kidd another reason to keep Spencer Hawes and Roy Hibbert on ice. Neither has played for their new team yet.

This week: vs. DET, @ BKN

27
Last week:
26

Record: 23-33
Pace: 99.4 (13) OffRtg: 105.2 (16) DefRtg: 108.6 (24) NetRtg: -3.3 (24)

The Knicks finally got Kristaps Porzingis going again (27 points on 10-for-19 shooting) on Wednesday, have Carmelo Anthony shooting well, and got a win over the Spurs on Sunday. That might qualify for a decent week if it weren't for Phil Jackson's tweet (of confirmation?) about a column that said that Anthony wasn't a winning player, Wednesday's embarrassing incident involving Charles Oakley, or the aftermath of the latter situation. Even with Anthony holding his tongue, the New York media hasn't had to work very hard for crazy back-page stories this season, and the player-president tug-of-war still hasn't come to a head.

This week: @ OKC

28
Last week:
29

Record: 17-38
Pace: 101.8 (4) OffRtg: 103.6 (24) DefRtg: 109.4 (28) NetRtg: -5.8 (26)

The Suns had Alex Len suspended and lost Tyson Chandler to an ankle injury in the second quarter against Chicago on Friday. But they got a double-double from Alan Williams in their second biggest win (18 points) of the season and were a plus-7 in 29 minutes with no center on the floor in their two weekend games. With Dragan Bender out with an ankle injury (that required surgery), Jared Dudley has returned to the rotation and provided positive minutes, though the Suns need him to take more threes, because nobody else on the roster has been able to make them over the last four games.

This week: vs. NOP, vs. LAL

29
Last week:
27

Record: 20-36
Pace: 98.3 (19) OffRtg: 100.6 (29) DefRtg: 107.3 (22) NetRtg: -6.7 (29)

It remains difficult to understand what the plan is with the Magic, either short-term or long-term. Their four-game losing streak includes three losses by 24 points or more and another to the Embiid-less Sixers. Mario Hezonja was freed and got his first two starts of the season last week, but Elfrid Payton was sent to the bench in favor of C.J. Watson at the same time. And it really would be something if they traded Serge Ibaka eight months after trading Victor Oladipo, Ersan Ilyasova and the rights to Domantas Sabonis to get him.

This week: @ MIA, vs. SAS

30
Last week:
30

Record: 9-45
Pace: 103.8 (1) OffRtg: 100.8 (28) DefRtg: 108.9 (26) NetRtg: -8.1 (30)

The Nets' latest losing streak (12 games) has topped their previous one (11). Eight of the 12 games have been within five points in the last five minutes, they continue to come back from double-digit deficits, and they rank 14th defensively since the streak began. But they've shot 1-for-19 on clutch 3-pointers and Brook Lopez has four turnovers and just one basket in clutch time over the 12 games. Still, it was a difficult decision not moving them up to No. 29 just for trying the Trevor Booker underhand tip shot with 0.2 seconds left in regulation in Wednesday's loss to Washington.

This week: vs. MEM, vs. MIL

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