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Nba future power rankings

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Nba future power rankings

Would someone mind posting the nba future power rankings article from espn insider. Much appreciated


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1okc 2lal 3orl 4mia 5por 6uta

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4mia
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7den
8cle
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10hou
11dal
12sa
13atl
14lac
15bos
16nyk
17tor
18nj
19sac
20det
21mil
22phi
23mem
24no
25phx
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Not sure why detroit is at

Not sure why detroit is at 20. Dumars screwed that team up last summer when he signed gordon and villanueva- 2 streaky offensive players who dont play d- to big contracts.
And I would probably have atl up around the 6 or 7 area since theyll probably be able to keep jj and have smith and horford to build around too.

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thanks for tthe list

I love seeing my Dallas at 11 but why?
I mean we will have some Cap space unless Cuban waste it on some 30+players but we have no young talents out side our future starting point guard.future isn't something Dallas looks forward right now

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according to the article,

according to the article, dallas is at 11 because beaubois is the only young player on the squad of note and with the current roster set to continue to win 50+ games each season, there is little reason to believe they will have any solid draft picks coming in any time soon. Basically they are built for now but in the next 3 seasons, they will start to decline and will have to rebuild, and currently, there is little on the roster that can be considered part of the future.

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