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NBA’s latest strength list: Cavaliers stabilized the 2nd Spurs into the top 4 Rockets to 6_1

NBA’s latest strength list: Cavaliers stabilized the 2nd Spurs into the top 4 Rockets to 6th
On March 31, Beijing time, the NBA officially announced a new ranking of the strength list. The Warriors continued to rank first. The Cavaliers also stabilized the second deal. The Eagles continued to rank third. The Spurs rose to the fourth position. ClippersThe Rockets also ranked fifth, followed by the Rockets in sixth place, followed by the Grizzlies, Trail Blazers, Thunder and Bulls, and the Lakers ranked 29th.The Cavaliers ranked second in the strength list for the second week in a row. The Golden State Warriors record: 60 wins and 13 losses. Rhythm: 100.6 (1) Offense: 109.5 (2) Defense: 97.4 (1) Net win point: +12.2 (1) The Warriors have not lost the ball in a period of nearly a month, and so far this season, they have scored 51 wins and 7 losses in the game played by Bogut, currently in the league.With a throne and more than five wins over the second-place Hawks, it will be interesting for the Warriors to treat this week’s game.  2. Cleveland Cavaliers record: 48 wins and 27 losses Rhythm: 94.8 (25) Offense: 108.0 (4) Defense: 104.0 (20) Net difference points: +4.0 (6) Even if Love suffered a back injury against the 76ers, and the team did not gather in the last 4 minutes, the Cavaliers have not been defeated by their opponents, and they have maintained a home victory since James returned.Loew’s injury is still worrying, but fortunately they have three days of rest to allow him to recover.The Cavaliers had 2 wins and 3 losses without Love this season, but 2 of the 3 games they lost were against their opponents this week.  3. Atlanta Hawks record: 55 wins and 18 losses Rhythm: 96.3 (15) Offense: 106.0 (6) Defense: 100.8 (8) Net difference points: +5.3 (4) The Hawks are basically sure to have home advantage before the finals, but they still have some minor troubles recently.Teague is still fighting with his toe injury, Budenholzer should continue to arrange the rest of the main players in the rest of the game, after all, the Eagles have 3 back to back to fight.  4. San Antonio Spurs record: 47 wins and 26 losses Rhythm: 95.9 (18) Offense: 105.5 (7) Defense: 99.9 (3) Net win point: +5.6 (3) How important a healthy Split is to the Spurs, just look at the recent game.Healthy Split brought back the Spurs’ strong starter collocation and also put the rotation on the bench back on track.In the last 9 games, Split has contributed 19 per 36 minutes per game.8 points 10.1 rebound 1.7 assists 1.2 steals, shooting 67%.  5. Los Angeles Clippers record: 49 wins and 25 losses Rhythm: 97.0 (10) offense: 109.6 (1) Defense: 103.0 (18) net difference: +6.6 (2) The Clippers’ recent defense is still problematic, but the fierce rupture of the offensive end masks the shortcomings of this end.They have scored 115 points per 100 rounds in the last six games, including Redick’s three-pointers made 24 of 42 shots.They have recaptured the league’s No. 1 offense from the Warriors, and the two teams will meet once this week.  6, Houston Rockets record: 50 wins and 23 losses Rhythm: 99.1 (2) Offense: 103.7 (13) Defense: 100.1 (4) Net win point: +3.6 (8) Howard is finally back and the Rockets have won 7 of their last 8 games, which also allowed them to take the second place in the West, but they have lost Bever in the past week.Li and Motiejunas are the two main forces.The rest of the schedule is not very favorable for them. Starting from the Wizards, they will usher in a period of 8 games where 7 opponents have a win rate of more than 50%.  7, Memphis Grizzlies record: 50 wins and 24 losses Rhythm: 94.3 (26) Offense: 103.0 (14) Defense: 100.3 (6) Net difference points: +2.7 (11) After a wave of three consecutive losses, the Grizzlies slipped from the second position in the west. If they start the playoffs now, they will play against the Spurs, and they have only 4 wins and 16 against the Spurs in the past 4 years.negative.To make matters worse, Tony Allen of the team has a hamstring injury, and Xiao Li shot only 33% in March.Maybe they can consider continuing to shrink the ranking and let them open the expanders in the first round, because they swept the Portlanders this season.  8. Portland Trail Blazers record: 47 wins and 25 losses Rhythm: 96.4 (13) Offense: 105.2 (9) Defense: 100.9 (9) Net difference points: +4.3 (5) Although Lillard shot only 33% of his shots, the Blazers still got a wave of 3 straight wins and temporarily stabilized the military.If they beat the Clippers this week, they might even get a home advantage when they play against them in the first round of the playoffs.The final schedule was good for the Blazers, and their opponents in six of the last 10 games were against them in the second back-to-back game.  9. Oklahoma City Thunder record: 42 wins and 32 losses Rhythm: 98.2(7) Offense: 103.9 (11) Defense: 102.2 (13) Net difference points: +1.8 (12) Now that Durant is officially and completely reimbursed for the season, the Thunder’s fate of being eliminated by the Warriors in the first round seems to have been doomed.However, they will play against the Mavericks this week. If they can win, they still have the opportunity to rush to the seventh position in the west.However, the last time the two teams met, the Thunder was reversed by the opponent with a 15-point lead.  10. Chicago Bulls record: 45 wins and 29 losses Rhythm: 95.3 (23) Offense: 105.1 (10) Defense: 101.9 (12) Net difference points: +3.2 (9) 11, Dallas Mavericks record: 45 wins and 29 losses Rhythm: 97.0 (11) Offense: 106.8 (5) Defense: 102.9 (16) Net difference points: +3.9 (7) 12, New Orleans Pelicans record: 39 wins and 34 losses Rhythm: 93.8 (27) Offense: 105.2 (8) Defense: 104.5 (23) Net difference points: +0.7 (16) 13, Miami Heat record: 34 wins and 39 losses Rhythm: 93.1 (29) Offense: 101.7 (19) Defense: 103.3 (19) Net difference points: -1.6 (20) 14, Washington Wizards record: 41 wins and 33 losses Rhythm: 96.0 (16) offense: 101.8 (18) Defense: 100.2 (5) Net difference points: +1.6 (13) 15, Toronto Raptors record: 43 wins and 30 losses Rhythm: 95.6 (20) Offense: 108.0 (3) Defense: 105.0 (25) net difference: +3.1 (10) 16, Utah Jazz record: 32 wins and 41 losses Rhythm: 92.5 (30) Offense: 102.3 (15) Defense: 102.5 (15) Net difference points: -0.2 (17) 17, Boston Celtics record: 32 wins and 41 losses Rhythm: 98.4 (5) Offense: 101.0 (22) Defense: 102.5 (14) Net difference points: -1.5 (19) 18, Brooklyn Nets performance: 32 wins and 40 losses Rhythm: 95.0 (24) Offense: 101.1 (20) Defense: 104.5 (22) Net difference points: -3.5 (23) 19, Phoenix Suns record: 38 wins and 36 losses Rhythm: 99.1(3) Offense: 103.8 (12) Defense: 103.0 (17) Net difference points: +0.8 (14) 20, Milwaukee Bucks record: 36 wins and 37 losses Rhythm: 96.3 (14) Offense: 100.4 (24) Defense: 99.6 (2) Net difference points: +0.8 (15) 21, Indiana Pacers record: 32 wins and 41 losses Rhythm: 95.7 (19) Offense: 100.3 (25) Defense: 101.3 (11) Net difference points: -0.9 (18) 22, Detroit Pistons record: 28 wins and 45 losses Rhythm: 95.4 (22) Offense: 101.8 (17) Defense: 104.1 (21) Net difference points: -2.3 (21) 23, Charlotte Hornets record: 31 wins and 41 losses Rhythm: 95.6 (21) Offense: 98.1 (28) Defense: 100.4 (7) Net difference points: -2.3 (22) 24, Sacramento Kings record: 26 wins 46 losses Rhythm: 97.9 (8) Offense: 102.0 (16) defense: 106.3 (27) Net difference points: -4.3 (25) 25, Denver Nuggets record: 28 wins 46 losses Rhythm: 98.5 (4) Offense: 101.1 (21) Defense: 104.7 (24) Net difference points: -3.6 (24) 26, Philadelphia 76ers record: 18 wins and 56 losses Rhythm: 98.4 (6) Offense: 92.5 (30) Defense: 101.2 (10) Net difference points: -8.7 (28) 27, Orlando Magic record: 22 wins and 52 losses Rhythm: 96.0 (17) offense: 99.7 (27) Defense: 105.8 (26) Net difference points: -6.1 (27) 28, Minnesota Timberwolves record: 16 wins and 57 losses Rhythm: 97.1(9) Offense: 99.7 (26) Defense: 108.9 (30) Net win points: -9.1 (29) 29, Los Angeles Lakers record: 19 wins and 53 losses Rhythm: 96.5 (12) Offense: 101.0 (23) Defense: 107.1 (28) net difference: -6.1 point (26) and Clarkson also played well in that game, 14 of 30 points came from the basket, and his finishing ability there was not bad.  30, New York Knicks record: 14 wins and 60 losses Rhythm: 93.5 (28) Offense: 97.1 (29) Defense: 107.6 (29) Net difference points: -10.5 (30) (single tone)