NBA latest strength list: Warriors 7 consecutive Rockets 3rd Cavaliers 10th Lakers 22

NBA latest strength list: Warriors 7 consecutive Rockets 3rd Cavaliers 10th Lakers 22
On December 16th, Beijing time, the NBA official website announced the latest ranking of the strength list. The 16-game winning warriors occupied the top position for the seventh consecutive week, followed by the Grizzlies in the west, and the Rockets rose to third.The Trail Blazers and Spurs are ranked four or five. The top seven are all occupied by the Western team. The Cavaliers, who ranked eighth last week, came to the tenth. The Lakers, who have already won three consecutive games, have risen again.2nd place, came to 22nd place.The Warriors have 7 consecutive dominations 1, Golden State Warriors record: 21 wins and 2 losses Rhythm: 100.4 (1), offense: 107.5 (5), defense: 95.2 (1), net difference: +12.3 (1) Curry’s layup has recently been as unsolvable as his shot. The best rim attacker and shooter in the league are the same person, which is a bad dream for the Warriors’ opponents.The Warriors have only 2 games this week, but they are very high-gold games. Curry will have to hit Conley and Wei Shao later.2. Memphis Grizzlies record: 19 wins and 4 losses Rhythm: 94.2 (25), offense: 107.0 (7), defense: 100.2 (7), net difference: +6.8 (5) The Grizzlies nearly lost in the game against the Hornets and the 76ers, but they still ended up with a four-game winning streak.Their schedule this week may be the toughest this season, but for them, the good news is that Conley’s shots at critical moments are really getting more accurate (the difference in the last 5 minutes of the game is within 5 points)In the game, Conley made 16 of 27 shots).3. Houston Rockets record: 18 wins and 5 losses Rhythm: 97.3 (8), offense: 101.9 (20), defense: 96.7 (2), net difference: +5.3 (8) Howard’s debut debut looks good, and so far this season, the Rockets have achieved 10 wins and 1 loss in his game.Although Ariza did not feel well when partnering with Warcraft, the Rockets could outperform their opponents every 100 rounds in the 286 minutes that Warcraft and Harden were on the court at the same time.3 points.4. Portland Trail Blazers record: 18 wins and 6 losses Rhythm: 96.3 (10), offense: 105.9 (8), defense: 99.4 (6), net difference: +6.4 (7) Although the Blazers are one of the three teams with the most defensive quality improvement in the league this season, their offense and scoring last season are also among the five most serious teams in the league.In the past 6 games, they have beaten less than 1 point per 100 rounds in 3 games, and the start rate of the other four players except Aldridge has also dropped to some extent.5. San Antonio Spurs record: 17 wins and 7 losses Rhythm: 95.6 (17), offense: 105.8 (9), defense: 97.9 (3), net difference: +7.9 (3) The Spurs have developed a bad habit of losing to the weak team even without taking a healthy rest. Last week they had a chance to defeat the Jazz and Lakers in the end.Although they are now ranked fifth in the West, the next 10 games are a devil schedule, their opponents are the top ten teams in the league, and this includes three back-to-back.6, Los Angeles Clippers record: 16 wins and 7 losses Rhythm: 96.3 (11), offense: 110.1 (3), defense: 103.5 (15), net difference: +6.7 (6) Griffin was very lucky last week. He made a lore, and later scored 2 + 1 on the top edge of the incredible basket, but his teammate Paul was not so lucky.In the past 4 games, Paul only shot 2 of 19 from the 3-point line. 19 turnovers were even more than the previous 11 games combined. The Clippers also suffered their first two-game losing streak.7. Dallas Mavericks record: 17 wins and 8 losses Rhythm: 96.2 (12), offense: 113.4 (1), defense: 105.5 (22), net difference: +7.9 (2) If the Mavericks did not have problems in certain quarters of some recent games, they may have won 10 straight.But they were beaten 40-27 in the first quarter against the Suns, 36-17 in the third quarter against the Grizzlies, and 39-18 in the first quarter against the Warriors.Battle 3 losses, the record against the top eight in the west is 0 wins and 6 losses.8. Chicago Bulls record: 15 wins and 8 losses Rhythm: 95.9 (15), offense: 105.8 (10), defense: 101.5 (9), net difference: +4.3 (11) Rose’s shooting percentage at the basket this season has reached 26%, which is more than the average of his previous 5 seasons’ 35%. However, in recent games, Rose’s shot has started to get closer to the basket.In the game against the Nets and the Trail Blazers, he made 8 of 11 shots in the non-basket position in the paint area, and he scored a total of 54 points in two games.9, Washington Wizards record: 17 wins and 6 losses Rhythm: 96.0 (13), offense: 104.0 (14), defense: 98.8 (4), net difference: +5.2 (9) The Wizards will still have some very tight games, some kind of double overtime win against the Celtics, but whether they are a big victory over the Clippers or Bill’s air-stop magic, let them continue.In the pace of progress, after 8 wins in the last 9 games, they are only half a win away from the first place in the east.10. Cleveland Cavaliers record: 13 wins and 9 losses Rhythm: 94.8 (22), offense: 108.1 (4), defense: 105.0 (21), net difference: +3.1 (12) The past week was a bit strange for the Cavaliers’ guards. Owen experienced a knee injury. Delavedova’s playing time has improved a lot after a month of absence, while Waiters is playing against the Nets.The Raptors’ game broke out, making a total of 18 of 31 shots, but his shooting choices have not improved.11. Toronto Raptors record: 18 wins and 6 losses Rhythm: 95.6 (18), offense: 111.0 (2), defense: 103.4 (14), net difference: +7.5 (4) 12, Atlanta Hawks record: 16 wins and 7 losses Rhythm: 95.9 (14), offense: 105.5 (11), defense: 100.8 (8), net difference: +4.7 (10) 13, Oklahoma City Thunder record: 11 wins and 13 losses Rhythm: 95.0 (20), offense: 99.6 (24), defense: 99.0 (5), net difference: +0.6 (14) 14, Milwaukee Bucks record: 12 wins and 12 losses Rhythm: 96.4 (9), offense: 101.8 (21), defense: 102.2 (10), net difference: -0.4 (16) 15, New Orleans Pelicans record: 11 wins and 12 losses Rhythm: 95.1 (19), offense: 107.0 (6), defense: 107.4 (27), net difference: -0.4 (15) 16, Phoenix Suns record: 12 wins and 13 losses Rhythm: 99.0 (4), offense: 104.6 (12), defense: 103.9 (16), net difference: +0.7 (13) 17, Sacramento Kings record: 11 wins and 13 losses Rhythm: 95.7 (16), offense: 103.6 (15), defense: 104.2 (18), net difference: -0.6 (17) 18, Denver Nuggets record: 10 wins and 14 losses Rhythm: 98.5 (6), offense: 102.9 (18), defense: 105.5 (23), net difference: -2.6 (20) 19, Miami Heat record: 11 wins and 13 losses Rhythm: 91.5 (30), offense: 103.6 (16), defense: 106.9 (25), net difference: -3.3 (21) 20, Orlando Magic record: 10 wins and 16 losses Rhythm: 94.9 (21), offense: 99.2 (25), defense: 104.0 (17), net difference: -4.7 (22) 21, Brooklyn Nets performance: 10 wins and 12 losses Rhythm: 94.1 (27), offense: 100.4 (23), defense: 102.6 (11), net points: -2.1 (18) 22, Los Angeles Lakers record: 8 wins and 16 losses Rhythm: 97.6 (7), offense: 104.0 (13), defense: 110.4 (30), net difference: -6.4 (26) Kobe surpassed Jordan, Nick Young hit a quasi lore, the Lakers have achieved a wave of three straight victories, believe it or not.This is their first three-game winning streak in nearly 13 months. Moreover, only the Warriors (4 games) and Spurs (4 games) have won more than the Lakers when the away team wins more than 50%.Has won three games so far, against the Eagles, Rockets and Spurs.23, Charlotte Hornets record: 6 wins and 17 losses Rhythm: 94.2 (26), offense: 97.9 (27), defense: 105.7 (24), net difference: -7.7 (28) 24, Boston Celtics record: 7 wins and 14 losses Rhythm: 100.4 (2), offense: 102.1 (19), defense: 104.7 (20), net difference: -2.5 (19) 25, Indiana Pacers record: 7 wins and 17 losses Rhythm: 94.6 (24), offense: 96.9 (28), defense: 103.0 (12), net difference: -6.1 (24) 26, Utah Jazz record: 6 wins and 18 losses Rhythm: 92.8 (28), offense: 103.1 (17), defense: 109.3 (29), net difference: -6.2 (25) 27, Minnesota Timberwolves record: 5 wins and 18 losses Rhythm: 98.9 (5), offense: 98.3 (26), defense: 109.2 (28), -10 net difference.8 (29) 28, Detroit Pistons record: 5 wins and 19 losses Rhythm: 94.8 (23), offense: 96.6 (29), defense: 104.2 (19), net difference: -7.6 (27) 29, New York Knicks record: 5 wins and 21 losses Rhythm: 92.0 (29), offense: 101.2 (22), defense: 107.1 (26), net difference: -5.9 (23) 30, Philadelphia 76ers record: 2 wins and 21 losses Rhythm: 99.2 (3), offense: 91.7 (30), defense: 103.1 (13), net difference: -11.4 (30) (single tone)