The latest NBA power chart is out:The Bucks are No. 1, the Grizzlies are down, and the Warriors are in the top 10

The NBA has released its latest power chart. The Bucks held on to their No. 1 spot, while the Nuggets moved past the Celtics to No. 2 and the Golden State Warriors moved into the top 10 on the strength of their recent run.

The three teams that dropped the most from the previous power chart this week were the Atlanta Hawks, Memphis Grizzlies and Utah Jazz, all down four spots. The three teams that improved the most were the Timberwolves, up five spots, and the Warriors and Raptors, up three spots.

The Milwaukee Bucks remain in first place on the power chart, coming off a 3-1 record last week, including a loss to the 76ers that snapped their 16-game winning streak. The Bucks now lead the league with a record of 46-18.

The Denver Nuggets were second behind the Bucks. The NUGGETS IMPROVED to 2-0 LAST WEEK, with big wins over the Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies. The Nuggets have a 45-19 record and are first in the Western Conference.

The Boston Celtics have had some trouble lately, going 1-3 in four games last week, including two losses to the Knicks and a blowout loss to the Nets. The Celtics are 45-20, second in the Eastern Conference.

The Philadelphia 76ers continue to rank fourth on the power chart. The 76ers improved to 2-2 in four games last week, including a comeback that snapped the Bucks’ 16-game winning streak. Harden is getting better, and the 76ers are 41-22 in third place in the Eastern Conference.

The New York Knicks moved up to No. 5 this week after winning four straight games last week, two of them against the Eastern Conference rival Boston, and extending their winning streak to nine games to 39-27.

The teams ranked sixth through 10th: Cleveland Cavaliers, Phoenix SUNS, Sacramento Kings, Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors.

The teams ranked 11th through 20th are: Timberwolves, Clippers, Mavericks, Nets, Heat, Hawks, Raptors, Pelicans, Lakers and Thunder.

Ranked 21st through 30th: Wizards, Jazz, Trail Blazers, Pacers, Bulls, Magic, Hornets, Rockets, Spurs and Pistons.

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