Nov 15, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers forwardLeBron James
(23) interacts with the fans after blocking a shot against the Atlanta Hawks in the third quarter at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports
In our latest edition of our NBA power rankings, the Cleveland Cavaliers begin to climb back up the ladder
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After the rough start to the NBA season, the Cleveland Cavaliers are beginning to look like a team that is hitting their stride. Cleveland opened its season with a 1-3 start. Since then, the Cavs are 4-0. Beware, NBA.
In addition, the San Antonio Spurs still look like a team that’s struggling to find itself. The Sacramento Kings are still trying to hold their own, despite dropping two games this past week in which they held leads by 20 points. The Miami Heat — amid the recent injury to Dwayne Wade (hamstring) — is beginning to realize just how valuable he’s going to be to the team this season.
And the Grizzlies and Rockets look head and shoulders better than the rest of the league. You can probably toss the Golden State Warriors in that conversation, too. I won’t fight you.
Here are this week’s NBA power rankings.