Rank 'Em: 2013-14 NBA Power Rankings

March 17, 2014

A 10-game win streak vaulted the Spurs past the Thunder to the top of the Western Conference and, currently, the best overall record in the NBA. However, in the tough-as-nails West, that is still not good enough to clinch a playoff berth. Whereas in the Eastern Conference, the two top teams all season -- Pacers and Heat -- have already earned their spot in the postseason. Where do all of these teams fit in your rankings? Submit your ballot by clicking on the images below!

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2013-14 NBA Power Rankings

76ers

76ers

Philadelphia 76ers
15-51

Bobcats

Bobcats

Charlotte Bobcats
33-34

Bucks

Bucks

Milwaukee Bucks
13-54

Bulls

Bulls

Chicago Bulls
37-29

Cavaliers

Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers
26-41

Celtics

Celtics

Boston Celtics
22-45

Clippers

Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers
48-20

Grizzlies

Grizzlies

Memphis Grizzlies
39-27

Hawks

Hawks

Atlanta Hawks
29-35

Heat

Heat

Miami Heat
45-19

Jazz

Jazz

Utah Jazz
22-45

Kings

Kings

Sacramento Kings
23-44

Knicks

Knicks

New York Knicks
27-40

Lakers

Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers
22-44

Magic

Magic

Orlando Magic
19-48

Mavericks

Mavericks

Dallas Mavericks
40-27

Nets

Nets

Brooklyn Nets
33-31

Nuggets

Nuggets

Denver Nuggets
29-37

Pacers

Pacers

Indiana Pacers
49-17

Pelicans

Pelicans

New Orleans Pelicans
27-39

Pistons

Pistons

Detroit Pistons
25-41

Raptors

Raptors

Toronto Raptors
37-28

Rockets

Rockets

Houston Rockets
44-22

Spurs

Spurs

San Antonio Spurs
50-16

Suns

Suns

Phoenix Suns
38-28

Thunder

Thunder

Oklahoma City Thunder
48-18

T'Wolves

T'Wolves

Minnesota Timberwolves
33-32

Trail Blazers

Trail Blazers

Portland Trail Blazers
43-24

Warriors

Warriors

Golden State Warriors
42-26

Wizards

Wizards

Washington Wizards
35-31

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