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NBA Power Rankings, Week 10: Where every team stands ahead of Christmas Day matchups



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DeMar DeRozan, the NBA’s leading scorer during the fourth quarter, picked up where he left off in his first game back from health and safety protocols, dropping 19 of his 38 points in the final period to clinch the game. With Bam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler still out, the Heat have gotten a couple of nice games from reserve Max Strus, who scored a combined 56 points and grabbed 11 rebounds over Miami’s past two games. Philadelphia 76ers
2021-22 record: 15-15
Previous ranking: 8

It was a rough week for the 76ers, who dropped three games to Memphis, Miami and Brooklyn and had Sunday’s game postponed because of a COVID-19 outbreak. Boston Celtics
2021-22 record: 15-15
Previous ranking: 17

Boston has, at least so far, survived its challenging December schedule, going 4-5 through the first nine games of the month, prior to key games against the 76ers and Cavaliers this week and a Christmas Day matchup with the Bucks in Milwaukee.

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