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NBA Power Rankings: Warriors back on top, Bulls right behind; Kemba Walker leads Knicks surge; Celtics fall

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The biggest riser of the week goes to the Charlotte Hornets, who won all three games in convincing fashion behind some hot shooting from Terry Rozier, while the Boston Celtics take home the dubious distinction of the week’s biggest faller after dropping three games through different variations of catastrophe, culminating with one of the worst shooting nights in NBA history. 3 21-23 14 Spurs San Antonio exploded offensively in the first two games of the week, averaging 141 points in wins over the Lakers and Pistons, before losing to the Jazz on Monday and having Wednesday’s game against Miami postponed. Trae Young returned for the final two games of the week, averaging 27.5 points and 10 assists, but struggling with his shooting efficiency. Reigning Western Conference Player of the Week Shai Gilgeous-Alexander averaged 31 points per game this week before sitting out Wednesday’s game against the Suns.

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