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Online Sports Betting’s Weekly NBA Power Rankings (November 27 Edition)

Online Sports Betting’s Weekly NBA Power Rankings (November 27 Edition)
The National Basketball Association's gotten their 2015-16 season underway and some clubs are clearly superior to others. (Apologies to Philadelphia) We've decided to place a spotlight on the NBA's five most fearsome teams courtesy of our weekly Power Rankings.

5. Indiana Pacers

Odds To Win The NBA Championship: 66/1

The Pacers appear to be thriving in this Warriors as conquerors era. Indiana are in the business of nailing triples and on Tuesday night they nailed a franchise-best 19 treys while obliterating the Wizards 123-106. Small ball is working in a big way for Indiana who are now on a tidy three game winning streak and have been pretty strong defensively on the season. Opposing clubs have only scored an average of 95.3 points-per-game against the Pacers.

Intriguing Showdown Coming Up This Week: Bulls at Pacers - Friday

4. Miami Heat

Odds To Win The NBA Championship: 25/1

No one would ever confuse the Southeast for a powerhouse division, but there's an interesting battle going on between the Heat, Hawks and Hornets for top spot. Miami's been playing some spectacular defense (roughly 92 points given up an outing is the average) and enjoying an excellent rookie campaign from 10th overall pick Justise Winslow. The Duke alum has one of the association's top plus-minus totals and has been logging quality minutes for Miami.

Intriguing Showdown Coming Up This Week: Thunder at Heat - Thursday

3. Cleveland Cavaliers

Odds To Win The NBA Championship: 5/2

The Cavs are the class of the Eastern Conference at the moment, although expectations are so high for Cleveland that topping the standings is considered a formality. King James is averaging close to 26 points and 6 rebounds a night for the title contender and fans are hoping reports that Kyrie Irving will be back for some point in December are true.

Intriguing Showdown Coming Up This Week: Cavaliers at Hornets - Friday

2. San Antonio Spurs

Odds To Win The NBA Championship: 5/1

The ol' reliable just keeps on winning. The Spurs are doing an admirable job of battling back the Mavs and Grizz in the Southwest, even with LaMarcus Aldridge's ankle health causing a smidge of worry. San Antonio has a bit of a daunting schedule ahead with games against Denver, Atlanta, Chicago, Milwaukee and Memphis on the slate this week.

Intriguing Showdown Coming Up This Week: Bucks at Spurs - Wednesday

1. Golden State Warriors

Odds To Win The NBA Championship: 7/4

What more can we say about Golden State? They're just mind bogglngly good. Currently 16-0, the Warriors have won eleven of those games by double digits. Steph Curry has been incredible scoring 32.1 points-per-game and the whole unit has been scoring nearly 115 a night. Amazing stuff. Hitting the league-best total of 33 straight wins isn't out of the question.

Intriguing Showdown Coming Up This Week: Warriors at Suns - Friday

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