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NBA Power Rankings: Surging Jazz jump Warriors for No. 1 spot; Knicks plummeting; Lakers inching toward top 10

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Chris Paul averaged 14.3 points and 11.7 assists per game for the week, though he struggled from the field as the primary offensive weapon with Devin Booker missing all three games and Deandre Ayton missing two of them. 1 19-12 8 Heat The Heat continued to stay afloat with multiple key players out of the lineup, including Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, going 2-1 this week with their only loss coming to the red-hot Cavs. It helped that Miami caught fire from 3-point range this week, with Kyle Lowry, Gabe Vincent, Duncan Robinson and PJ Tucker all knocking down at least three 3s per game. Terry Rozier rejoined the fray for the final two games of the week, putting up 16.5 points per game on 5-for-12 3-point shooting. 13-18 24 Rockets The Rockets saw their seven-game winning streak snapped by the Bucks to start the week, but Houston was able to pick up a victory over the Hawks in a 1-3 week.

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