Nov 7, 2014; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Sacramento Kings centerDeMarcus Cousins
(15) reacts after scoring against the Phoenix Suns in the second half at US Airways Center. The Kings won 114-112 in double overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-USA TODAY Sports
In the latest editions of our SCIC NBA Power Rankings, the Sacramento Kings prove that they’re more than just a fast start
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The NBA has gotten off to a rocking start.
The San Antonio Spurs look old and out of sorts, the Cleveland Cavaliers appear as if they can’t play together and the Golden State Warriors look like world beaters (when healthy).
This is one heck of a start to the NBA season.
And we haven’t even mentioned the surprising Sacramento Kings 5-2 start to the season. And their five wins haven’t exactly been against the Philadelphia 76ers and Orlando Magic’s of the NBA. The Kings have actually beaten quality teams early this year.
Yet, we kind of still don’t know what to make of them. Mostly because they go and beat the likes of the Los Angeles Clippers of the world on one day, and then mess around and lose to an Oklahoma City squad that is lacking Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
I literally have no idea if the Sacramento Kings are good, OK, or just a bad team that got off to a hot start.
I have no idea.
With that said, here are our week 3 NBA power rankings. Where the Sacramento Kings begin to climb their way up the rankings and the Cavaliers and Spurs begin to hit the panic button.