NBA Power Rankings – February 10, 2014

1. Oklahoma City Thunder (41-12)
1. Oklahoma City Thunder (41-12)
Kevin Durant scored 41 points in the Thunder’s 41st victory of the season. Oklahoma City is 13-2 over its last 15 games. (Photo by Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images)
2. Indiana Pacers (39-11)
2. Indiana Pacers (39-11)
The Magic? Really? (Photo by Ron Hoskins/NBAE via Getty Images)
3. Miami Heat (35-14)
3. Miami Heat (35-14)
The Jazz? Really? (Photo by Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images)
4. Portland Trail Blazers (36-15)
4. Portland Trail Blazers (36-15)
Portland leads the league in scoring (108.9) and rebounding (46.5). That’s impressive. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)
5. San Antonio Spurs (37-14)
5. San Antonio Spurs (37-14)
Patty Mills scored 32 points off the bench on Saturday – one point fewer than what starters Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, Cory Joseph and Danny Green scored combined (33). (Photo by Brock Williams-Smith/NBAE via Getty Images)
6. Los Angeles Clippers (36-18)
6. Los Angeles Clippers (36-18)
The Clippers are 22-4 at home, 14-14 on the road. (Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)
7. Houston Rockets (34-17)
7. Houston Rockets (34-17)
That’s five straight wins, including victories over Dallas, San Antonio and Phoenix. (Photo by Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty Images)
8. Phoenix Suns (30-20)
8. Phoenix Suns (30-20)
Goran Dragic’s 34 points against Golden State were a career-high. Perhaps he should have been an All-Star after all. (Photo by Barry Gossage/NBAE via Getty Images)
9. Golden State Warriors (30-21)
9. Golden State Warriors (30-21)
The Warriors are 6-8 since their 10-game winning streak. (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)
10. Memphis Grizzlies (27-23)
10. Memphis Grizzlies (27-23)
The Grizzlies shot just one free throw in a 79-76 win over the Hawks on Saturday. That’s the fewest in an NBA game since the shot clock was introduced in 1954. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images)
11. Dallas Mavericks (31-21)
11. Dallas Mavericks (31-21)
Five straight wins. (Photo by Danny Bollinger/NBAE via Getty Images)
12. Atlanta Hawks (25-24)
12. Atlanta Hawks (25-24)
Three straight losses – all by five points or fewer. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images)
13. Toronto Raptors (26-24)
13. Toronto Raptors (26-24)
That offensive foul call on Kyle Lowry was one of the worst calls this century. (Photo by Ron Turenne/NBAE via Getty Images)
14. Chicago Bulls (25-25)
14. Chicago Bulls (25-25)
A .500 record normally isn’t too impressive. For this team, it is. (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)
15. Washington Wizards (25-25)
15. Washington Wizards (25-25)
Still .500 at home (13-13), still .500 on the road (12-12). (Photo by Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images)
Ty Lawson dribbles against the Knicks in 2014. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)
16. Denver Nuggets (24-25) Ty Lawson dribbles against the Knicks in 2014. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)
17. Minnesota Timberwolves (24-27)
17. Minnesota Timberwolves (24-27)
Losing Kevin Martin (19.0 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists), who is out indefinitely with a broken left thumb, really hurts. Literally. (Photo by Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images)
18. Brooklyn Nets (23-26)
18. Brooklyn Nets (23-26)
Brooklyn is 15-11 at home and 8-15 on the road. Given the experience on this team, that shouldn’t be the case. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)
19. Charlotte Bobcats (22-29)
19. Charlotte Bobcats (22-29)
Still seven games under .500, still a playoff team. (Photo by Brock Williams-Smith/NBAE via Getty Images)
20. Utah Jazz (17-33)
20. Utah Jazz (17-33)
The Jazz this season have beaten Oklahoma City, Houston and, after Saturday night, Miami. Those are three impressive wins for a lottery team. (Photo by Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images)
21. New Orleans Pelicans (22-28)
21. New Orleans Pelicans (22-28)
New Orleans has lost 12 of its last 19 games. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)
22. New York Knicks (20-31)
22. New York Knicks (20-31)
After winning four of five, the Knicks have lost four of five. (Photo by Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images)
23. Detroit Pistons (21-29)
23. Detroit Pistons (21-29)
Maurice Cheeks was fired after just 50 games? With that roster? Good luck, Detroit... (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images)
24. Cleveland Cavaliers (18-33)
24. Cleveland Cavaliers (18-33)
After six straight losses, two straight wins. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
25. Orlando Magic (16-37)
25. Orlando Magic (16-37)
First Oklahoma City, now Indiana? Say what? (Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)
26. Los Angeles Lakers (18-33)
26. Los Angeles Lakers (18-33)
The Lakers haven’t beaten a team from the Western Conference since Jan. 3 (Utah). They haven’t beaten a winning team from the Western Conference since Nov. 22 (Golden State). (Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)
27. Boston Celtics (18-34)
27. Boston Celtics (18-34)
Rajon Rondo has set season-highs in assists in three straight games. (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images)
28. Sacramento Kings (17-34)
28. Sacramento Kings (17-34)
Below average at home (11-16) and awful on the road (6-18), Sacramento is officially the worst team in the Western Conference. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
29. Philadelphia 76ers (15-37)
29. Philadelphia 76ers (15-37)
Losers of six straight, Philadelphia is 12-37 since starting 3-0. (Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)
30. Milwaukee Bucks (9-41)
30. Milwaukee Bucks (9-41)
Here’s hoping that tenth win comes before Spring Training. (Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images)
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