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NBA Power Rankings, Week 11: New Year’s resolutions for all 30 teams



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Phoenix Suns
2021-22 record: 26-6
Previous ranking: 1

It’s hard to find much to improve upon in a team with the second-best best winning percentage in the NBA. But the Suns are in the bottom five in the league at just 10.6 second-chance points per game and 24th overall in offensive rebounds per game. Brooklyn Nets
2021-22 record: 22-9
Previous ranking: 3

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Although Brooklyn has welcomed back Kyrie Irving, his immediate entry into the NBA’s health and safety protocols has delayed his official return to the court. Utah Jazz
2021-22 record: 23-9
Previous ranking: 4

Utah could use an athletic wing to address some of the perimeter defensive issues that cut their playoff run short last season. Portland Trail Blazers
2021-22 record: 13-19
Previous ranking: 21

From the investigation into and then firing of GM Neil Olshey to the trade speculation surrounding Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, Portland’s season is on the brink.

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