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Poll: 2015/16 Team Power Rankings (No. 30)

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 worst overall record, or at No. 30 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.

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12 thoughts on “Poll: 2015/16 Team Power Rankings (No. 30)

  1. smittybanton

    Each of last two years, another team(s) beat the Sixers to the bottom. This year it will be the Blazers and maybe even Dallas. Nerlens Noel and Jahlil Okafor are better than everyone on Portland right now except Damian Lilliard.

    • aarongill

      Portland is underrated am has a good defensive team with Henderson Davis aminu and plumee. Timberwolves and the nuggets will challenge them

      • Arthur Hill

        The Blazers have gotten a good start on rebuilding after losing Aldridge, and they still have a star in Lillard. I expect Denver to be at the bottom.

      • aarongill

        Challenge the sixers for the last spot*

      • mike

        What about the Knicks? Behind Carmelo they have Afflalo, Porzingis, Kyle O’Quinn, and Robin Lopez…. That’s an 85 ppg team.

      • jmoy

        T-Wolves are a 35 win team if they are healthy. The Sixers have about 2 NBA players on the team and the Knicks have Melo(old and injuried) and not a whole lot else. If either were in the West it would be a no brainer.

  2. Chuck Myron

    This one’s tough this year. They’re aren’t any abjectly horrible teams. Okafor’s the real deal, so the Sixers will be better. Lillard’s too good for it to be the Blazers. Maybe the Magic? The Pistons?

    • Chris Crouse

      For Portland fans’ sake, I hope you’re right about the Blazers. Lillard has the ability, but with the team around him, he needs to rise to the next level to propel this team out of the Western Conference cellar.

    • Chris Crouse

      I could envision the Pistons getting off to a rocky start. I’m not a Reggie Jackson believer.

      The Magic could also be that team at the bottom, although I believe in Payton. If he can improve his jump shot, he could be a star in the making.

  3. therealprof

    A healthy Melo, a defensive anchor in Robin Lopez, a 2-way guard like Afflalo (granted after a poor showing in Portland) and 8% of you guys think the Knicks will be worst team in the league? Either that is the going rate of irrational NY hatred or there are some woefully uninformed voters out there.

    • jmoy

      You just listed the whole of NY’s team. Old injured Melo and average NBA players Affalo and Lopez. Oh, I am sorry, Derrick Williams is there to carry the load as well. The Knicks have absolutely nothing for depth or a bench. Only Philly is as broke of talent as NY.
      Unless Porzingis develops really fast (and I am a fan of his), the Knicks will be bad, very bad.

      • therealprof

        Your “old injured Melo” statement identifies you as a NY hater straight out of the gate, so I will address your comment with that in mind. Afflalo and Lopez started on a division winning Portland team in the playoffs last year (I know Wes’ injury prompted Afflalo to become a starter), they must have turned into scrubs as soon as pen was put to paper in NY, right? Its whatever, all opinion at this point as no games have been played. But to think they will be “very bad” is short-sighted and uninformed, IMO. I suppose your favorite team has undoubtedly improved this offseason..

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