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)
16. Denver Nuggets (24-25)
16. Denver Nuggets (24-25)
Losing Ty Lawson (broken rib) for any significant amount of time would all but end Denver’s playoff hopes. Lawson leads Denver in points (18.3), assists (8.8) and steals (1.5). (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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