2022 NBA Power Rankings Week 19

With the conclusion of Sunday night’s All-Star game in Cleveland, the NBA is officially on break until Thursday. As the league-leading Phoenix Suns have built a 6.5-game lead over the second place Golden State Warriors in the West, the East race continues to be tight.

The Miami Heat sit atop the East, sharing a record with the Chicago Bulls, 2.5 games ahead of the surging No. 3 Philadelphia 76ers, No. 4 Cleveland Cavaliers and No. 5 Milwaukee Bucks. The No. 6 Boston Celtics have only a half-game lead over the No. 7 Toronto Raptors, who are two games ahead of the No. 8 Brooklyn Nets, and 2.5 games ahead of the No. 9 and No. 10 Charlotte Hornets and Atlanta Hawks, respectively.


1. Phoenix Suns 

2. Memphis Grizzlies

3. Golden State Warriors

4. Miami Heat

5. Chicago Bulls

6. Milwaukee Bucks

7. Philadelphia 76ers

8. Dallas Mavericks

9. Cleveland Cavaliers

10. Utah Jazz

11. Denver Nuggets

12. Boston Celtics

13. Toronto Raptors

14. Brooklyn Nets

15. Minnesota Timberwolves

16. LA Clippers

17. Atlanta Hawks

18.  Charlotte Hornets

19.  Los Angeles Lakers

20. Washington Wizards

21. Portland Blazers

22. San Antonio Spurs

23. New Orleans Pelicans

24. New York Knicks

25. Sacramento Kings

26. Indiana Pacers

27. Oklahoma City Thunder

28. Detroit Pistons

29. Houston Rockets

30 Orlando Magic