Both the Heat and the Nuggets have won four straight games, but it's Miami, and not Denver, that leads its respective division. The Grizzles have won nine of their last 10 games and sit atop the Western Conference standings, but record-wise, the Spurs are the NBA's top team. Where do these teams stand among the league's best? ESPN.com's Marc Stein set his rankings, and now it's time for SportsNation to do the same!

Records through Nov. 25, 2012.

NBA Power Rankings

76ers

76ers

Philadelphia 76ers
8-6

Bobcats

Bobcats

Charlotte Bobcats
7-5

Bucks

Bucks

Milwaukee Bucks
6-5

Bulls

Bulls

Chicago Bulls
6-6

Cavaliers

Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers
3-10

Celtics

Celtics

Boston Celtics
8-6

Clippers

Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers
8-5

Grizzlies

Grizzlies

Memphis Grizzlies
9-2

Hawks

Hawks

Atlanta Hawks
8-4

Heat

Heat

Miami Heat
10-3

Hornets

Hornets

New Orleans Hornets
3-9

Jazz

Jazz

Utah Jazz
7-7

Kings

Kings

Sacramento Kings
4-9

Knicks

Knicks

New York Knicks
9-3

Lakers

Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers
7-7

Magic

Magic

Orlando Magic
5-8

Mavericks

Mavericks

Dallas Mavericks
7-7

Nets

Nets

Brooklyn Nets
8-4

Nuggets

Nuggets

Denver Nuggets
8-6

Pacers

Pacers

Indiana Pacers
6-8

Pistons

Pistons

Detroit Pistons
3-11

Raptors

Raptors

Toronto Raptors
3-11

Rockets

Rockets

Houston Rockets
6-7

Spurs

Spurs

San Antonio Spurs
11-3

Suns

Suns

Phoenix Suns
6-8

Thunder

Thunder

Oklahoma City Thunder
10-4

Timberwolves

Timberwolves

Minnesota Timberwolves
5-7

Trail Blazers

Trail Blazers

Portland Trail Blazers
6-7

Warriors

Warriors

Golden State Warriors
8-6

Wizards

Wizards

Washington Wizards
0-11

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