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NBA Power Rankings: San Antonio Spurs in First, Miami Heat in Second, Thunder in Third

Recently, I have been attempting to experiment with some new concepts for The Wife Hates Sports, and not just in regards to the writing material or overall design of the site. 

This week, I am attempting to mesh in social media with TWHS and my Power Rankings calculations, in hopes to drum some interest and new readers for the rest of you to talk sports with.  To start, I tweeted out my NBA Power Rankings, before following with this post to tie the two together. 

The San Antonio Spurs hold a three-game edge on the field for the NBA’s best overall record and as a result, once again hold on to the top spot in KP’s latest edition of NBA Power Rankings.

Riding a fiery eleven-game win streak, LeBron James and the Miami Heat move into second place, followed by Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The full set of rankings is as follows, featuring some quick February stats and thoughts for all thirty teams.

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LeBron, Wade and the Miami Heat have won eleven straight games

KP’s NBA Power Rankings: February 25, 2013

* Games and statistics include results up to 7pm Eastern on February 25, 2013

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* All stats per NBA.com

The Wife Hates Sports’ NBA Power Rankings system has a method to its madness, attempting to be different and not just rank by popularity and record.  It mixes a secret formula of six completely different categories, meshed into a points system.  The categories don’t just include team results regarding record, but how each team has performed recently, as well as incorporating some statistics on both a team’s offense and defense.

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By | 2015-08-20T09:35:05+00:00 February 25th, 2013|Features, Kevin Paul, NBA, Power Rankings, Writers|1 Comment

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  1. ChrisHumpherys February 26, 2013 at 1:19 PM

    Hey, I just sent you an email suggesting some more cross-pollination. Let me know what you think.

    Oh, and I’m curious to find out, what’s the lowest the Heat have dropped in your power rankings this season?

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