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    NFL Power Rankings (Last Updated: 12/06)
    1. Cowboys (11-1): What a fugly game last Thursday in Minnesota. From the color rush to the discombobulated offense to the botched calls (fumbles that weren't fumbles; the Cowboys losing an important pick on a bogus hands-to-the-face flag that was actually caused by the offensive player; the blow to the head not called on the final two-point conversion), the TNF contest was not this sport's finest moment. Still, Dallas has shown it can win ugly, including Dak Prescott not making much downfield through the air but being able to extend drives scrambling. Even if Tony Romo is still better, that element of quarterbacking has not been seen on the Cowboys since the halcyon days of Quincy Carter. A gratuitous Quincy Carter mention.
    2. Patriots (10-2): The Patriots stay right on the Cowboys' heels in terms of the top spot in the Power Rankings -- and right on the Raiders' heels in the race for home-field in the AFC. (Quick aside: How weird is that to read, that New England is tied with Oakland -- Oakland -- for the conference's top record?!) In other news -- big news, in terms of NFL history -- Tom Brady's win on Sunday was his 201st as an NFL starter, a new quarterback record. I remember when I couldn't get over Roger Staubach's regular-season mark of 85-29. Brady has doubled that number in the regular season (179th win on Sunday), with a better winning percentage.
    3. Raiders (10-2): These guys are flat-out unreal. Actually, the Raiders looked flat, falling behind 24-9 midway through the third quarter. Derek Carr was on the sideline while the training staff looked at his left hand, not the hand bearing the injured digit. Yet there was no panic -- no Well, we were bound to come back to Earth acceptance on the Oakland sideline. Instead, Carr started ballin', Crabtree went Crabtree on the secondary and the RB-by-committee jointly ran over the Bills' defense. Next thing you know, it's 38-24 Raiders, the Silver & Black are 10-2 and 2016 in Oakland feels like 1976 in Oakland.
    4. Sseahawks (8-3-1): One week, the Seahawks limp to 245 total yards and five points. The next week, they steamroll the Panthers like they're a JV team on the way to a 40-burger and more than 500 yards of offense. Football is weird. Seattle looked like a real Super Bowl threat in trouncing Carolina. Minus one deep ball -- and minus the loss of one All-Pro safety -- the night was all Seattle. Can Pete Carroll's 'Hawks play better sans Earl Thomas than they've fared without Kam Chancellor in the past? That is the burning question in the Pacific Northwest. Next up: at Green Bay. Now that's a helluva game.
    5. Chiefs (9-3): If you don't follow Eric Berry's career -- because he's a defensive player or because he's not a sack master or because he isn't a loudmouth corner who brags about, of all things, his knowledge of the NFL rulebook -- then you're missing out. Berry once again personally delivered a win to the Chiefs on Sunday. First, he came up with another awe-inspiring pick-six in the final minute of the first half. Then there was the ultra-clutch, fourth-quarter pick-two -- that's right, a pick-two, in the final five minutes of the game. The last points scored in the game, by the way. What a playmaker. Remember his winding interception return for a touchdown in Carolina last month? The guy is so darn good that fans don't think of him as the player who bested Hodgkin lymphoma less than two years ago. The city where he won his battle? Atlanta. Times two, now.

    CFB Conference Power Rankings (Last Updated: 11/29)
    1. Big Ten: Michigan and Ohio State looked like a couple of heavyweight prizefighters Saturday, duking it out for a national title. Neither will even participate in this week’s Big Ten Championship Game, testament to the league’s strength up top in 2016.
    The Big Ten was front-loaded all year with contenders, including Wisconsin and Penn State, who’ll square off in Indianapolis for a conference championship and possibly a playoff spot. The East has been the league’s calling card the past few seasons, spearheaded by the Wolverines and Buckeyes, but the West carried more than its usual weight this fall. Beyond the Badgers, Nebraska and Minnesota performed better than preseason expectations and Iowa closed on a tear by winning its final three games to get to 8-4. The Big Ten is the only conference in the country, Power Five or Group of Five, with more than two 10-win programs.
    2. ACC: The ACC had four rivalry games with SEC teams Saturday. It won three to raise its 2016 mark to 6-3 versus college football’s most recognized brand.
    Georgia Tech upset Georgia. Clemson clubbed South Carolina. And Florida State maintained its dominance over Florida. The lone loss? Ironically, it was four-touchdown favorite Louisville, which may have squandered its spot in a New Year’s Six bowl game by stumbling to Kentucky. Eight league members have won at least eight games this season, and 11 of 14 are bowl-eligible, which means the ACC will be well represented throughout December and early January. The Coastal Division, which is sending Virginia Tech to Orlando to face Clemson Saturday night, did a better than usual job of carrying its weight this season.
    3. SEC: The SEC’s biggest issue this season? It wound up being Alabama and everyone else, which ought to be the case again this Saturday when the Tide faces East Division champ Florida in the Georgia Dome.
    If, as expected, the Gators lose Saturday in Atlanta, the SEC will have one undefeated team and not a single one-loss, two-loss or three-loss team. Yeah, parity is part of the cost of doing business in a league with so many talented players and coaches, but the spread from the top to the midsection is a little more pronounced and disturbing than in recent years. Too many teams outside of Tuscaloosa underachieved in 2016, exiling the league from second place.
    4. Pac-12: The Pac-12 used 2016 to showcase its depth, which is a good thing for the future of the conference.
    For the first time since 2008, someone other than Oregon or Stanford will be crowned Pac-12 champ. Washington surpassed the Ducks and the Cardinal in the North with an Apple Cup rout of Wazzu, while Colorado held off USC in the South by beating Utah. It’s the Buffs and the Huskies in Santa Clara, with the latter hoping to use the game as a springboard to a playoff berth. The Pac-12 has also benefitted from strong finishes from the Cardinal and Trojans, which defeated both division winners. Oregon and UCLA were this season’s big disappointments, though the league is still considerably better than the Big 12 and within striking distance of the No. 3 spot.
    5. Big 12: Oklahoma hosts Oklahoma State this Saturday, as the Big 12 gets its long-awaited opportunity to showcase its two best teams.
    The Big 12’s two best teams will square off on the final weekend in a winner-take-all Bedlam for a second straight year. That’s a good thing for the league, even though it’s likely to be shut out of the playoffs for the second time in the last three years. However, the Big 12 will be defined this season by its defensive shortcomings, bungling of expansion considerations and general lack of depth. After the Sooners, Cowboys and West Virginia, the drop-off to Kansas State and possibly TCU is too steep to escape this year’s Power Five cellar.

    NBA Power Rankings (Last Updated: 12/06)
    1. Golden State Warriors, Last week: 1, Record: 17-3
    Pace: 103.0 (3) OffRtg: 114.8 (1) DefRtg: 102.0 (10) NetRtg: +12.8 (1)
    The Warriors will never go under the radar, but last week was a particularly eventful one around the West champs. Draymond Green put a focus on the defensive end of the floor with a couple of late blocks in Monday's win over the Hawks and then got back to his kicking habit against the Rockets and Suns. Steve Kerr grabbed some headlines himself and Kevin Durant actually missed some shots (1-for-7) in the extra 10 minutes of Thursday's loss to Houston. After hosting the Pacers on Monday, they'll have a five-game trip that takes them from L.A. to New Orleans in just seven days.
    This week: vs. IND, @ LAC, @ UTA, @ MEM, @ MIN
    2. San Antonio Spurs, Last week: 3, Record: 16-4
    Pace: 95.3 (27) OffRtg: 108.6 (6) DefRtg: 102.5 (13) NetRtg: +6.1 (5)
    The Spurs didn't exactly coast through a relatively easy schedule last week. They lost at home to the Magic (on a cold-shooting night), needed a big fourth quarter to win in Dallas, and needed Kawhi Leonard's game winner to beat the Wizards. They've still won 11 of their last 12 games and are 11-0 on the road, where they'll play seven of their next 10 games. Amazingly, they're 16-4 even though their starting bigs - LaMarcus Aldridge and Paul Gasol - are a minus-4 together this season. The Spurs allowed 115 points per 100 possessions in 73 minutes in their last three games together.
    This week: @ MIL, @ MIN, @ CHI, vs. BKN
    3. Toronto Raptors, Last week: 6, Record: 14-6
    Pace: 97.5 (23) OffRtg: 113.8 (2) DefRtg: 103.6 (16) NetRtg: +10.2 (2)
    The Raptors have won six straight games, with the league's No. 1 offense and No. 2 defense over that stretch. The last four games have been against the Sixers without Joel Embiid, the Grizzlies without Mike Conley, the Lakers without D'Angelo Russell, and the Hawks without Paul Millsap, but they're taking care of business. Patrick Patterson has always been a plus-minus star (after a bunch of Warriors and Clippers, he ranks second behind Kyle Lowry in raw plus-minus), but has been the league's most effective shooter (minimum 50 FGA) over the last 15 days.
    This week: vs. CLE, vs. MIN, @ BOS
    4. LA Clippers, Last week: 4, Record: 16-6
    Pace: 98.6 (18) OffRtg: 109.4 (5) DefRtg: 99.5 (1) NetRtg: +10.0 (3)
    The Clippers beat the Cavs and will surely get up for their first meeting with the Warriors on Wednesday. But that game has lost a little luster with the Clips' post-Thanksgiving swoon that has included two losses to Indiana and two more to Detroit and Brooklyn. They rank 17th offensively since the holiday, Chris Paul has had more turnover issues (four or more in six of his last nine games), and their early-season bench magic has worn off. They've been outscored by 21 points per 100 possessions with DeAndre Jordan off the floor over their last six games.
    This week: vs. GSW, vs. NOP
    5. Cleveland Cavaliers, Last week: 2, Record: 13-5
    Pace: 100.0 (11) OffRtg: 109.6 (4) DefRtg: 105.1 (19) NetRtg: +4.5 (6)
    It was a rough week for the Cavs' defense, highlighted by J.R. Smith's decision to give Jason Terry some dap in the middle of a play. They were destroyed in the paint by Milwaukee (68 points in the paint) and Chicago (78) and were lazy in transition against the Clippers, allowing 114 points per 100 possessions over the three games. It's hard not to wonder if the slide really started (and bad habits set in) when they took the Sixers lightly (again) last Sunday before escaping with a win. No matter how it started, LeBron James says it needs to end now.
    This week: @ TOR, @ NYK, vs. MIA, vs. CHA

    CBA Power Rankings (Last Updated: 11/21)
    1. Indiana Hoosiers, Record: 3-0: The Hoosiers are shooting 44 percent from 3. James Blackmon Jr. is shooting 44 percent from beyond the arc thus far, and he's averaging 23 points and 7.3 boards. Indiana has the neutral-site win against Kansas on its résumé, which is arguably the most impressive win of the early season.
    2. Kentucky Wildcats, Record: 4-0: The Cats had no trouble with Michigan State at Madison Square Garden at the Champions Classic, largely due to the play of freshman Malik Monk and fellow guard Isaiah Briscoe. Monk scored 23 points and was 7-of-11 from deep in the 21-point win.
    3. Villanova Wildcats, Record: 5-0: The defending national champs have started strong with a close win at Purdue before winning the Charleston Classic on Sunday. Josh Hart, who nearly left for the NBA Draft after last season, made six of eight 3s against Wake Forest and finished with 30 points.
    4. Kansas Jayhawks, Record: 2-1: The Jayhawks dropped their season opener to Indiana in Hawaii, but Frank Mason's game winner against Duke keeps KU in the top five. Mason has been sensational thus far, averaging 23 points, 5.7 assists and 4.7 boards. Bill Self became the winningest coach in Allen Fieldhouse history with the victory over Siena, and he now has a 207-6 career mark in the building.
    5. Duke Blue Devils, Record: 4-1: The Blue Devils have few healthy bodies but nearly knocked off Kansas in New York, and Duke had little problem beating a tough Rhode Island team. Heralded freshmen Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum and Marques Bolden haven't played yet, and Grayson Allen has no lift or acceleration due to foot injuries. The duo of Luke Kennard and Amile Jefferson have led the way for Coach K.

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