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Poll: 2015/16 Team Power Rankings (No. 28)

The start of NBA training camps is less than two weeks away, and teams are in the process of finalizing their preseason rosters. Every new season brings with it the hope for each franchise that it will conclude with the hoisting of the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy. But for the more jaded fans — or practical, depending on your outlook — not every team has a realistic shot at making the playoffs, much less at being the last team standing when all is said and done and the playoffs have concluded.

We at Hoops Rumors want to know what you, the reader, think about each team’s chances this coming campaign. To help facilitate that, we’ll be posting a series of polls asking you to vote on where in the standings each franchise is likely to end the season. We’ll be going in reverse order, beginning with the question of which team you believe will occupy the very bottom of the standings. So please cast your vote below for the franchise you expect to end the season with the third worst overall record, or at No. 28 overall. But don’t end your involvement with the simple click of a button. Take to the comments section below to share your thoughts and opinions on why you voted the way that you did. We look forward to what you have to say.

Previous Selections:

  • No. 30: 76ers
  • No. 29: Knicks

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6 thoughts on “Poll: 2015/16 Team Power Rankings (No. 28)

  1. Chris Crouse

    Wow. I can’t envision the Knicks as the second worse team in the NBA next season. A healthy Carmelo should get them at least 30 wins.

    • Gucci7383

      I agree I had the wolves as the 2nd worst team

      • Chris Crouse

        The Wolves should be right there in the cellar, although year two of Wiggins should give them a chance at avoiding a bottom two finish.

        • jmoy

          Considering injuries, the Wolves will only have 2 guys back that started over half the games last year. They lost Pek, Rubio, Martin, Shabazz and had to play Levine as full time PG. When healthy last year, the Wolves were a 30 win team. Add in the developement of Wiggins, Shabazz, Dieng, and Levine to a healthy Martin, Garnett, and Rubio and add Towns and Andre Miller and the Wolves are several steps ABOVE both NY and Philly.

  2. will

    Do people not realise the blazers lost 4 of their starting 5 ? i imagine lillard will get ‘injured’ at some point during the season. I honestly think the 76rs will be better then them

    • Chris Crouse

      I’m right there with you. Lillard is a nice player and he can be a top-3 player on a championship team, but he’s not carrying this Blazers team out of the lottery. This could easily be a bottom five team.

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