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Hit List, NBA / Apr 15, 2013 / 3:15 pm

NBA Power Rankings: A Top 10 Takes Shape

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh

Kyrie Irving (photo. D.L. Anderson)

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (19-61) Last week: 30, - Maybe this is the year that they finally win the lottery. Unfortunately there doesn’t look to be any superstar prospects coming out. Classic Bobcats. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Apr 8, 2013 / 12:30 pm

NBA Power Rankings (4.8): The New York Knicks Make A Huge Leap

Carmelo Anthony

Michael Beasley (photo. Dime China)

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (18-59) Last week: 30, - Maybe this will be the offseason that they finally find gold in the draft. Probably not, though. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Apr 1, 2013 / 2:00 pm

NBA Power Rankings (4.1): Miami Asserts Their Dominance By Beating NBA’s Second-Best Team

Chris Bosh

John Wall (photo. adidas)

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (17-56) Last week: 30, – They still aren’t that good at basketball. But at least Michael Kidd-Gilchrist has been good lately. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Mar 25, 2013 / 12:30 pm

NBA Power Rankings, Vol. 6: The 2 Top Teams Have Won 41 Straight Games Combined

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh

Anthony Davis (photo. @AntDavis23)

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (16-54) Last week: 30, - They beat the Wizards and Raptors this week so, uh, I guess that’s a step in the right direction? Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Mar 18, 2013 / 1:00 pm

NBA Power Rankings, Vol. 5: No One Can Stop The Miami Heat… Or The Denver Nuggets

Kenneth Faried

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (14-52) Last week: 30, - The Bobcats are pretty well locked in the last spot in the league. That’s good! With another high pick to go along with Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Kemba Walker, Charlotte might actually be decent next season. Hopefully. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Mar 11, 2013 / 1:00 pm

NBA Power Rankings, Vol. 4: No One Can Touch The Miami Heat

LeBron James

Andre Drummond (photo. adidas)

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (13-50) Last week: 30, - The Bobcats had five games last week and they went 0-5. They lost by an average of 22 points in the stretch that included games against Sacramento, Portland and Washington. Well done, Charlotte. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Mar 4, 2013 / 4:00 pm

NBA Power Rankings, Vol. 3: OKC Aiming For A Rival In The West

Tony Parker

Ricky Rubio (photo. adidas)

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (13-46) Last week: 29, -1 Welcome back to last place, Charlotte. The Bobcats had another bad week, including a 68-point effort in Utah. But hey, at least the NBA Draft Lottery is only 79 days away. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Feb 25, 2013 / 4:30 pm

NBA Power Rankings Vol. 2: Miami Jumps San Antonio For Top Spot

J.J. Redick

The NBA regular season, at least for the teams that hold visions of championships, is just an 82-session practice for the playoffs. So rather than worry about who is the unofficial “best” or “worst” team in the League right now, let’s look at which team is most equipped for the truly important games. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Feb 18, 2013 / 1:11 pm

NBA Power Rankings Vol. I: Move Over LeBron James

Ricky Rubio

Ricky Rubio (photo. adidas)

The NBA regular season, at least for the teams that hold visions of championships, is just an 82-session practice for the playoffs. So rather than worry about who is the unofficial “best” or “worst” team in the League right now, let’s look at which team is most equipped for the truly important games. Read More »

Hit List, NBA / Feb 16, 2012 / 3:00 pm

Dime NBA Power Rankings, Vol. VI: The Most Overlooked Team Makes A Big Jump

Steve Nash

Steve Nash (photo. Indochino)

Ranking the NBA from worst to first…

30. Charlotte Bobcats (3-26) Last Week: 30, — They haven’t won a game in what seems like ages, and have progressed to searching for moral victories. When your best player – going by PER – is D.J. Augustin (15.9), then you might as well throw in the towel. They have a chance to join the upper echelon of worst NBA teams ever. Read More »