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MLB Power rankings:
1. Los Angeles Dodgers, Record: 16-9, Previous ranking: 1:
The Dodgers on Tuesday lost a third game in a row for the first time since late August 2019. That loss, at home to the Reds, gave
them seven over the course of nine games, so the Dodgers aren't unbeatable. Their offense has languished somewhat, but that will
undoubtedly turn itself around. The serious questions are in their bullpen, especially with Corey Knebel, David Price and Victor
Gonzalez now hurt. As of Wednesday morning, only two bullpens had a higher WHIP than that of the Dodgers -- the Rockies' and Tigers'.
Those are, uh, not good teams.
2. San Diego Padres, Record: 14-12, Previous ranking: 2:
Fernando Tatis Jr. found himself during a four-game series at Dodger Stadium, amassing five home runs and three stolen bases.
Trent Grisham, meanwhile, entered Wednesday with an .888 OPS. If those two are clicking at the top of the lineup, the Padres'
offense is among the best in the sport.
3. Oakland Athletics, Record: 15-10, Previous ranking: 6:
The A's ran their winning streak to 13 games before finally losing Sunday to the Orioles.
The bullpen has been tremendous, and how about a shoutout to Yusmeiro Petit, who keeps rolling along as one of the most
underrated relievers in baseball. Despite his track record and durability, all it took was a one-year, $2.55 million deal
to bring him back to Oakland.
4. Boston Red Sox, Record: 16-9, Previous ranking: 3:
Whether the Red Sox can hit is not a question at this point -- they boast the highest OPS in baseball. Boston's season
will hinge instead on its pitching depth, particularly the back end of the rotation. Garrett Richards, the biggest wild card
there, made significant mechanical adjustments before his most recent start, when he went seven innings, struck out 10 and
allowed one run against the Mets. If Richards looks more like the pitcher of Tuesday night rather than the one of his four
previous starts, watch out.
5. San Francisco Giants, Record: 16-9, Previous ranking: 12:
The Giants' rotation holds the sport's lowest ERA by a wide margin, an amazing feat considering who's included in that group --
a former first-round pick who was once considered a bust; a 14-year veteran who had compiled only 25 starts over the previous
three years; a guy coming off shoulder surgery; another guy with a 7.22 ERA last season; a 24-year-old fourth-round pick who
had to win a rotation spot during spring training; and a 30-year-old with an exhaustive medical history. Farhan Zaidi is already
working his magic.
NBA Power rankings:
1. Nets (42-20, Last Week No. 7). Steve Nash has a legitimate Coach of the Year case: His team is 42-20 and in first
place in the East, with a +4.5 net rating and the best offense in the NBA. All that despite injuries forcing constant
lineup adjustments and Nash having to reach deep into his bench (Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving have played
just seven games together). Nash’s calm and cool style is exactly what the Nets needed in a coach’s demeanor. Durant stepped
back on the court after his thigh contusion and dropped 33 on a good Suns team, looking like he never missed a step. His
versatility makes the Nets’ offense unstoppable.
2. Suns (43-18 LW 4). Phoenix went an impressive 3-2 on a tough East Coast road trip and now sits just one
game back of stumbling Utah for the best record in the West (and the NBA). Not that coming home means the schedule gets easier,
next up for the Suns are the Clippers (Wednesday) and then the Jazz on Friday. If Chris Paul and company are going to earn the top
seed in the West — and put some fear in other West teams heading into the playoffs — they need to take at least one, if not both,
of those games.
3. Clippers (43-20, LW 2). With Kawhi Leonard (sore right foot), Patrick Beverley (fractured left hand),
and Serge Ibaka (back) all out of the lineup, one could expect the Clippers to stumble a little. One would be wrong. Los Angeles
is 6-2 over the past couple of weeks with a +7 net rating and a top-10 offense and defense despite the injuries. Reggie Jackson
and Terrance Mann have earned minutes even when Beverley returns and the lineups tighten up for the postseason, and it will be
tough to take Ivica Zubac out of the starting lineup even when Ibaka returns (the Clippers are keeping DeMarcus Cousins around
for the postseason, too).
4. Jazz (44-17, LW 3). The Jazz are three-point bombers — they take more threes a game than any team in NBA history
(43.5) and hit 38.8% of them (fourth highest team percentage in the league this season). But the Jazz offense is more than that.
John Schuhmann at NBA.com noted in a Tweet the Jazz still win 60.9% of games when shooting below league average from three
(worse than 36.7%); Utah is 14-9 in those games, best in the NBA. Utah fans are freaking out a little after two ugly losses to
the Timberwolves, but a couple of losses in the dog days of the season and without Donovan Mitchell are no cause for panic.
5. Nuggets (40-21 LW 5). With Jamal Murray and Monte Morris out — and now Will Barton joining them in street
clothes — a lot more has fallen on PJ Dozier and Facundo Campazzo, and so far they have been up to the task. Both play well off
Nikola Jokic. There was some head-scratching among fans when the Nuggets signed Campazzo, but it has proven to be both a good
and necessary pickup in a season where every team has battled injuries. The Nuggets are 6-1 since the Murray injury.
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Weekly Overall Top 10 Services.
These services had the most units earned for the week of 4/26/2021 - 5/2/2021.
North Side Sports (472.37)
, Players Corner (365.60)
, Nick and Matt K. Sports (334.65)
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