NBA official latest strength list: Spurs rose to 2nd Cavaliers slipped to 4th Rockets 6th

NBA official latest strength list: Spurs rose to 2nd Cavaliers slipped to 4th Rockets 6th
On April 14th, Beijing time, the new strength list was announced. The Warriors continued to rank first, while the Spurs rose to second place in one fell swoop, the Eagles ranked third, and the Cavaliers ranked second last week reached fourth.Behind them is the Clippers, and the Rockets continue to rank sixth, seventh to tenth are the Grizzlies, Trail Blazers, Bulls and Pelicans.The Lakers continue to rank 27th.The Spurs rose one more place and ranked second in the strength list. Golden State Warriors record: 65 wins and 15 losses. Rhythm: 100.6 (1) Offense: 109.4 (2) Defense: 98.0 (1) Net difference points: +11.4 (1) The Warriors’ recent defensive quality has declined slightly (ranked 14th in the Defensive Efficiency League in the past two weeks), and the offensive end may not be able to get the No. 1 in the Super Clippers, but they will still be the No. 38 in 38 years.The three teams that rank in the top two in the league in offensive and defensive efficiency in a season (the first two teams are the 95-96 Bulls and the 09-10 Magic).  2. San Antonio Spurs record: 55 wins and 26 losses Rhythm: 95.9 (17) Offense: 106.2 (7) Defense: 99.4 (3) Net difference points: +6.8 (3) In the past 5 weeks, the Spurs have raised their rankings on this list by one place each week, but they should not surpass the Warriors, because the Warriors are so good.The Spurs have outscored their opponents by 20 points per 100 rounds in their most recent 11-game winning streak, but the Warriors have done better than them. In the 11-game winning streak after Christmas, they beat their opponents by 20 rounds.9 points.  3, Atlanta Hawks record 60 wins and 20 losses Rhythm: 96.2 (15) Offense: 106.4 (6) Defense: 100.6 (6) Net win points: +5.8 (4) Sefolosha’s injury is strange, regardless of the time and method of his injury, or the impact it may have on the potential Eastern Conference finals and the Cavaliers against the Eagles series.Sefolosha is an important piece of defense on the Eagles bench, and the Eagles have the highest defensive efficiency when he is on the court.In addition, in the possible series with the Cavaliers, he would have been one of the main defense of James.  4. Cleveland Cavaliers record: 51 wins and 29 losses Rhythm: 94.8 (25) Offense: 107.5 (4) Defense: 104.1 (20) net difference: +3.5 (7) The Cavaliers have lost two consecutive games against the Celtics, but the two teams are likely to meet in the first round of the playoffs.However, Loew and Irving may not encounter any major tests in the first two rounds of the playoffs. The Eastern Conference finals may be a difficulty for them.If the Cavaliers enter the Finals, then they will be the first team since the Lakers in 2001 to reach the Finals with a defensive average below the league average.  5. Los Angeles Clippers record: 54 wins and 26 losses Rhythm: 96.9 (10) Offense: 109.8 (1) Defense: 102.9 (15) Net difference points: +6.9 (2) The Clippers achieved a 12-2 record after Griffin’s return, and their defensive level returned to above the league average for the first time after Christmas.Even Griffin missed 15 games, but their starting goals were still at least 300 minutes longer than other league starters.However, their bench needs to be stronger in the playoffs.  6, Houston Rockets record: 54 wins and 26 losses Rhythm: 99.2(2) Offense: 104.1 (11) Defense: 100.8 (7) Net difference points: +3.3 (8) Although the Rockets have dropped from second to sixth in the Western Conference after two negative Spurs, they still have a chance to return to second place in the last few days.Howard has scored two consecutive double-doubles in three games since his comeback, and has scored 23 points and 15 rebounds per 36 minutes, but he will still miss today’s game with the Hornets.  7, Memphis Grizzlies record: 54 wins and 26 losses Rhythm: 94.2 (26) Offense: 103.0 (13) Defense: 99.8 (4) Net difference points: +3.2 (10) Conley, Gasol Jr. and Tony Allen can only make a comeback in the playoffs, but the Grizzlies can still score less than 1 point per round of defense in six consecutive games.But their own offense was too bad. In the past 9 games, their three-point percentage was only 30%.And their shooting percentage outside the three-second zone this season is even lower than the same period last year.  8. Portland Trail Blazers record: 51 wins and 29 losses Rhythm: 96.3 (12) Offense: 105.9 (8) Defense: 101.2 (10) Net difference points: +4.6 (5) The Blazers will start their series from away, but they won in the first round last year.Afflalo is still unable to make a comeback for the time being, but his replacement, CJ Mike Columb, has indeed performed well recently (Matthews’ effective field goal percentage reached 56% after his injury).  9, Chicago Bulls record: 48 wins and 32 losses Rhythm: 95.3 (22) Offense: 104.8 (10) Defense: 101.8 (11) Net difference points: +3.0 (11) The Bulls are gradually returning to health, and their home courts are starting to be scary.Since February 1, they have won 13 wins and 3 losses at home.Although Rose’s shooting still doesn’t seem to be recovering (a total of 6 out of 26 in the last three games in three seconds), he seems to have recovered quite well against the basket against the 76ers.In addition, the Bulls still hope to improve defensive efficiency into the top ten in the league.  10. New Orleans Pelicans record: 43 wins and 37 losses Rhythm: 93.7 (27) Offense: 105.3 (9) Defense: 104.8 (22) Net difference points: +0.5 (16) The Pelicans have suffered a three-game losing streak, but their last opponent in the regular season was the Timberwolves, who have lost 10 consecutive games.And Thunder’s last away opponent is also them.Therefore, the final possession of the eighth in the West may depend on the Spurs and Trail Blazers.  11. Dallas Mavericks record: 49 wins and 31 losses Rhythm: 97.3 (9) Offense: 107.3 (5) Defense: 103.7 (18) Net difference points: +3.6 (6) 12, Washington Wizards record: 46 wins and 34 losses Rhythm: 96.0 (16) offense: 102.1 (18) Defense: 100.0 (5) Net difference points: +2.0 (12) 13, Toronto Raptors record: 48 wins and 32 losses Rhythm: 95.4 (20) Offense: 108.3 (3) Defense: 105.0 (24) Net difference points: +3.3 (9) Previous 12 Next