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    NFL Power Rankings (Last Updated: 11/29)
    1. Dallas Cowboys (10-1, LW: 1): Probably not enough is said about how valuable linebacker Sean Lee has been. He has been tremendous, as usual, and has stayed healthy. He has never played all 16 games in a season, but he has been in all 11 so far this season. That’s a big reason the Cowboys are as good as they are.
    2. New England Patriots (9-2, LW: 2): The Patriots needed a fourth-and-4 catch by James White on Sunday to avoid an upset at a terrible Jets team. It’s picking nits a bit but the last time we saw the Patriots look truly dominant was probably in a 41-25 win over the Buffalo Bills. That was Oct. 30.
    3. Oakland Raiders (9-2, LW: 4): Despite what I wrote above, the Raiders still deserve this spot ahead of the Chiefs. For now. It doesn’t make their schedule easier down the stretch though, or give them any tiebreaker edges, and that makes their road to a division title tougher.
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (8-3, LW: 6): At some point this season, the defense will have Dee Ford, Justin Houston, Jaye Howard, Eric Berry, Marcus Peters and Dontari Poe (and Tamba Hali, and Derrick Johnson … you get the point) healthy and all on the field together. Don’t underestimate this team. They have won 19 of their last 23 games, counting playoffs.
    5. Seattle Seahawks (7-3-1, LW: 3): Before Sunday, the Seahawks had led or been within one score in the fourth quarter of 98 straight games. That streak dated back to when Russell Wilson was still playing quarterback at Wisconsin. The streak ended against the Buccaneers. That’s an absolutely astonishing run.

    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: 11/29)
    1. Golden State Warriors, Last week: 3, Record: 15-2
    Pace: 102.9 (3) OffRtg: 115.4 (1) DefRtg: 101.9 (7) NetRtg: +13.5 (1)
    The Warriors have won 11 straight games and are playing their best defense of the season. Draymond Green's absence in Saturday's win over Minnesota may have affected their ball movement more than the defense. Their 10-game streak of 30-plus assists came to an end, while Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant were assisted on only nine of their 23 buckets. Of course, that didn't affect their efficiency, as the pair (who currently rank first and third in true shooting percentage among players who have taken at least 100 shots) needed only 36 shots to get their 62 points. The defense faces one of its biggest tests of the season when the Rockets come to Oakland on Thursday.
    This week: vs. ATL, vs. HOU, vs. PHX
    2. Cleveland Cavaliers, Last week: 2, Record: 13-2
    Pace: 100.0 (11) OffRtg: 111.5 (2) DefRtg: 103.3 (15) NetRtg: +8.3 (3)
    Kevin Love set an NBA record by scoring 34 points in the first quarter against Portland on Wednesday. And if Love was to score 34 points in a quarter, it would have to be the first, when he takes a league-leading 25.5 shots per 36 minutes, compared to just 14.0 per 36 over the other three periods. Love kept it going, hitting 11 of his 17 threes over the weekend, despite a cut over his eye in Philadelphia on Sunday. The Cavs ran their with-LeBron winning streak to seven games with that win despite a sluggish start, but will have their toughest back-to-back of the season thus far (facing the Clippers and Bulls) on Thursday and Friday.
    This week: @ MIL, vs. LAC, @ CHI
    3. San Antonio Spurs, Last week: 4, Record: 14-3
    Pace: 95.5 (27) OffRtg: 109.9 (5) DefRtg: 102.7 (13) NetRtg: +7.2 (4)
    The Road Spurs are now 10-0, overcoming Kemba Walker's late-game heroics in Charlotte and a 14-point deficit in Boston before wrapping up the three-game trip in Washington on Saturday. They've scored a remarkable 115.4 points per 100 possessions on the road, shooting almost 50 percent from the field and better than 40 percent from 3-point range. Davis Bertans is the latest guy the Spurs have turned into a productive piece off the bench. He totaled 26 points in less than 34 minutes, hitting six of his eight threes, in the Charlotte and Boston wins.
    This week: vs. ORL, @ DAL, vs. WAS
    4. LA Clippers, Last week: 1 , Record: 14-4
    Pace: 98.6 (17) OffRtg: 109.3 (6) DefRtg: 98.9 (3) NetRtg: +10.4 (2)
    Chris Paul may need a refund on that LASIK surgery he had this summer. Paul shot 5-for-20 and had an uncharacteristic nine turnovers as the Clippers scored less than 95 points per 100 possessions and suffered their first double-digit losses of the season (in Detroit and Indiana, with the Pacers missing Paul George) over the weekend. And just like that, after a franchise-best 14-2 start and though they're still the only team in the top six on both ends of the floor, the Clips are in third place in the Western Conference.
    This week: @ BKN, @ CLE, @ NOP, vs. IND
    5. Chicago Bulls, Last week: 5, Record: 10-6
    Pace: 97.7 (22) OffRtg: 107.0 (7) DefRtg: 102.1 (8) NetRtg: +4.9 (6)
    The Bulls went 4-2 on the final circus trip, though they might want a redo on Tuesday's final offensive possession in Denver, in which they drew up a play for an Isaiah Canaan airball. Of course, it's not like Jimmy Butler (4-for-17) and Dwyane Wade (3-for-13) have shot well in clutch situations. Canaan's shot hasn't been the only issue with their bench of late, as they've been outscored by 31 points in 34 minutes with Jimmy Butler off the floor in their last three games. Their bench has been better at home than on the road and they now play nine of their next 12 games at the United Center.
    This week: vs. LAL, vs. CLE, @ DAL

    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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