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    NHL power rankings:
    1. Panthers (37-16-4): I don't think it would be a stretch to say the Panthers have been the NHL's best team in 2024, even with how well the Oilers have played. Florida just hung nine goals on the rival Lightning, and Matthew Tkachuk tallied four points in that one. Tkachuk is now up to four goals and 10 assists in seven games this month, and the Panthers are 15-3-2 since Jan. 1.
    2. Rangers (38-16-3): The Rangers are now up to eight straight wins, and they have gotten some help from a rather unlikely source. Jonny Brodzinski, a 30-year-old with 137 career games under his belt, has found the scoresheet regularly throughout this streak. Brodzinski has contributed three goals and three assists, which boosted his career totals in those categories by 30% and 18.8%, respectively.
    3. Oilers (33-19-2): Over the last couple of weeks, Edmonton has cooled off following its 16-game winning streak. That was always bound to happen, but I do feel the need to point out that the goaltending has started to regress again in February. Stuart Skinner and Calvin Pickard have combined for -3.98 goals saved above expected this month. Skinner was tremendous throughout that lengthy streak, but how confident is Edmonton that he can replicate that in the postseason?
    4. Stars (34-16-8): Mason Marchment didn't have a great first season with the Stars in 2022-23, but he has found another gear alongside Tyler Seguin and Matt Duchene this year. Through 55 games, Marchment has 18 goals and 28 assists, which have already blown his totals from last season out of the water. In addition to that, Dallas is outscoring opponents 44-24 when Marchment is on the ice at five-on-five. He has been critical in elevating the Stars to juggernaut status.
    5. Canucks (37-16-6): Long before they pillaged the Flames for Elias Lindholm, the Canucks raided their roster for Nikita Zadorov. Through 30 games, that move hasn't been terribly successful. Zadorov does have a plus-8 goal differential at five-on-five, but the numbers under the hood are ugly. The Canucks are controlling just 46.6% of the expected goals with Zadorov on the ice in those situations. Maybe he gets more comfortable down the stretch, but Zadorov might be hard to trust in the playoffs.

    NBA power rankings:
    1. Celtics (44-12): The Celtics are obviously an excellent basketball team, but if the goal is a championship it's time to nitpick. Boston simply doesn't get to the rim. They're in the NBA's bottom five in shot attempts in the restricted area, and land in the bottom 10 in free throw attempts. They've obviously made up for that by taking the most 3-point shots of any NBA team while shooting a crisp 38%. In the playoffs, however, their lack of ability or desire to get to the basket could catch up with them.
    2. Timberwolves (39-17): The Wolves have been tremendous all season with (by far) the league's best defense, but they could be even better than we think. Minnesota has the best record in the NBA (23-11) against teams above .500, including recent wins over the Clippers, Bucks and Thunder. Their performance against the NBA's best certainly bodes well for the postseason.
    3. Thunder (39-17): This certainly isn't unique to a team with a ball-dominant MVP candidate, but OKC's offense has been downright bad without Shai Gilgeous-Alexander on the floor. They score a ridiculous 122 points per 100 possessions with him on the court, but that falls to 111 with him on the bench. SGA's minutes will be extended in the playoffs, but he'll have to sit some time. Will the Thunder be able to generate enough offense in those minutes to win a seven-game series?
    4. Clippers (37-18): The reason for concern is obviously the health of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, but when those two are on the floor the Clippers are virtually unstoppable. They score 122 points per 100 possessions in Leonard and George's minutes, while allowing just 108. There's no small sample size here either, as they've played over 1,100 minutes together this season. Even if James Harden pulls a disappearing act in the playoffs, the Clippers have two other superstars who have been absolutely dominant together.
    5. Cavaliers (36-19): The Cavs have been the league's hottest team since Jan. 1, rattling off an 18-3 record. But, if you look closely, you'll see a lot of wins over the NBA's bottom-dwellers. Ten of those 18 wins came against the Wizards, Spurs, Nets, Grizzlies, Pistons and Raptors. Of course you can only play who's on the schedule, and Cleveland also had wins over top teams like the Clippers and Bucks during that stretch, but it will be interesting to see how the Cavs play against stiffer competition heading into the playoffs.

    CBA power rankings:
    1. Purdue (24-3): Zach Edey finished with 25 points and seven rebounds in Thursday's 96-88 win over Rutgers. The Boilermakers' next game is Sunday at Michigan.
    2. UConn (24-3): UConn missed 13 of the 16 3-pointers it attempted in Tuesday's 85-66 loss at Creighton. The Huskies' next game is Saturday against Villanova. UConn missed 13 of the 16 3-pointers it attempted in Tuesday's 85-66 loss at Creighton. The Huskies' next game is Saturday against Villanova.
    3. Houston (23-3): Jamal Shead finished with 26 points and six assists in Monday's 73-65 win over Iowa State. The Cougars' next game is Saturday at Baylor.
    4. Tennessee (20-6): Dalton Knecht finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds in Tuesday's 72-67 The Vols' next game is Saturday against Texas A&M.
    5. Iowa St.(20-6): Tamin Lipsey was 1 of 8 from the field in Monday's 73-65 loss at Houston. The Cyclones' next game is Saturday against West Virginia.

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