The NBA’s top 10 NBA teams, ranked from worst to best, will be revealed in the live TV broadcast on Friday night at 8pm ET.
Here are the NBA’s best players, ranked by total points, assists and steals.
Who will be the best?
The NBA has a tough decision ahead of it.
The Dallas Mavericks, who have won two titles in a row, are one of the best teams in the league, but their record shows they are not a true title contender.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, who are still searching for a way to get back to the NBA Finals after their title run, are another title contender, but have not reached the playoffs since 2008.
What about the rest of the top 10 teams?
Here are their individual rankings:Dallas Mavericks (9-1)Record: 28-10Last year: 19-11Bogo (8-1)-3 assistsLast year’s ranking: 12Bogo had a tough year, finishing with a disappointing 7.7 points per game.
However, Bogo is back and has been playing better lately, averaging 11.3 points and 5.4 assists.
Cleveland Cavaliers (7-2)Record : 28-8Last year : 21-14Bogo is in the midst of his best season, averaging 20.9 points, 5.3 assists and 1.3 steals per game in just 20.8 minutes per game this year.
This year, he’s averaging 14.4 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1,067 total points.
Boston Celtics (8 -1)Records: 18-10, 15-8, 12-8Bogo was a breakout star during the first half of the season.
He led the Celtics to a 12-9 record, and they ended up finishing the year with the league’s best record.
The Celtics are playing at a better level than they were in 2016-17, but Bogo has not helped the team by scoring more than 20 points per night.
Cleveland has also been playing at an even higher level, finishing the season with the NBA leaders in points per 100 possessions.
Detroit Pistons (6-3)Record 13-13, 13-9Last year : 12-13Bogo averaged 11.6 points, 4.7 assists and 2.4 steals per night during the regular season.
This season, Bongo has been getting more involved in the offense, scoring 14.2 points per contest and shooting 58.4 percent from the field.
Miami Heat (5-3)-5 recordsLast year (10-3): 5-5Bogo has played in all but one game this season and has averaged 11 points, 7.5 assists and 4.2 rebounds in his career.
He has averaged 8.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game while shooting 43.5 percent from three.
Golden State Warriors (5 -3)-4 recordsLast season (11-4): 5.5Biggs has been out of the league for the last six months with a strained right hamstring.
He’s averaging just 5.2 minutes per contest in his time away from the game.
The Warriors have won six of their last eight games.
Los Angeles Lakers (5)Record 8-8 Last year (9 -6): 8.2Biggs averages 8.3 minutes per night this season, which is good for third on the team behind Bogo and Kobe Bryant.
Los Angeles won eight of nine games before Bogo was sidelined for the final eight games of the regular year.
Memphis Grizzlies (4)Record 5-11 Last year: 5-12Biggs had a very good season, scoring 20.5 per game on 55.4% shooting from three-point range and finishing second in the NBA in three-pointers made per game at 7.4.
The Grizzlies were 20th in the West, but finished the year playing at the highest level of the NBA.
Oklahoma City Thunder (3)Record: 9-8Record: 9.5-2Last year:(7-6)-1, 8.0-3Biggs averaged 18.9 minutes per outing in the regular-season.
He was a big reason the Thunder won seven of eight games before he was injured.
The Clippers will have their second straight trip to the postseason after they beat the Spurs on Thursday.
Detroit Pistons are in the middle of their worst losing streak of the decade, dropping eight straight games.
This is the team that lost four players to the Achilles injury last year and had to start Tobias Harris.
The Pistons are playing better, and are getting more consistent.
The Miami Heat are playing well, but they have to find a way back into the postseason.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are playing great, but need a big game from the rest for the Cavaliers to win their fourth straight title.