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NBA Power Rankings: Warriors hold off streaking Suns for No. 1; Knicks, Lakers fall; Hornets make big jump

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2 12-3 3 Nets The Nets were beaten convincingly by the Warriors in their most high-profile game of the season thus far, but they did win their other three games this week against the Pelicans, Thunder and short-handed Cavs. Brooklyn was without Joe Harris for the final two games of the week due to an ankle sprain, removing a much-needed floor-spacer and offensive threat. Bojan Bogdanovic had a great week, averaging over 20 points on 12-for-22 3-point shooting, while Rudy Gobert put up 16 points, 14 rebounds and almost two blocks per game. Lu Dort had a monster performance in Wednesday’s win over the Rockets, scoring 34 points on 14-for-22 shooting, and he averaged 24 points for the week. 7 4-11 29 Pelicans Any week with a win is a good week for the Pelicans at this point.

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