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MLB power rankings:
1. New York Yankees; Record: 18-7; Previous ranking: 5:
Since invoking panic among the fan base with a 5-5 start to the season, the Yankees are now flourishing. Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo are
smashing baseballs out of the ballpark while infielders Isiah Kiner-Falefa and DJ LeMahieu shine at the plate. Gerrit Cole seems to be
finding his footing after a handful of shaky outings while the rest of the rotation between Jameson Taillon, Jordan Montgomery, Nestor
Cortes and Luis Severino have picked up slack.
2. Los Angeles Dodgers; Record: 16-7; Previous ranking: 1:
The Dodgers have been right up there with the Mets as the best team in the National League through the first four weeks, and it seems as if they
haven't hit their stride yet. Mookie Betts, Trea Turner, Justin Turner and Max Muncy -- who usually make up the top six spots in the lineup
-- have all struggled at a time when offense is remarkably down throughout the sport. And yet the Dodgers possess the highest run-differential
in the majors. Pitching has mostly carried them, but the Dodgers boast a lineup that can rival the greatest throughout history. At some point,
that will show up.
3. New York Mets; Record: 18-9; Previous ranking: 4:
With roster sizes going from 28 to 26, the Mets designated Robinson Cano for assignment, electing to keep Travis Jankowski, who offers speed
and defense in the outfield. Cano was 8-for-41 (.195) with one home run, so he hadn't been given much regular playing time. But with Jeff
McNeil hitting .337 there was no room at second base. Somebody might give Cano one last chance (see Albert Pujols, who has been on two teams
since the Angels released him), but Cano's career -- once destined for the Hall of Fame and 3,000 hits before two PED suspensions -- may be
4. San Francisco Giants; Record: 14-10; Previous ranking: 2:
Here's a list of the position players who were unavailable when the Giants began a series at Dodger Stadium earlier this week: Brandon Belt,
Evan Longoria, Tommy La Stella, Steven Duggar, LaMonte Wade Jr., Mike Yastrzemski. That's six guys counted on for regular or semi-regular
playing time. And yet the Giants continue to play quality baseball games and sit near the top of the NL standings. They're that deep.
They're that good at maximizing matchups. And they're seemingly going to be a force again.
5. Milwaukee Brewers; Record: 17-8; Previous ranking: 10:
If Milwaukee can continue to get good innings from Eric Lauer, Adrian Houser and Aaron Ashby, then watch out for the Brew Crew. Last year,
Milwaukee's starting pitching was basically three deep. That no longer looks to be the case. Lauer struck out 11 Cubs on Saturday, one week
after striking out 14 Phillies. Add a bullpen led by April reliever of the month Josh Hader and Milwaukee won't have to score that many runs
to make the playoffs in a weak NL Central.
NBA power rankings - Final:
1. Suns (64-18): What else can we say about the Suns? They finished the regular season first in net rating, third in defense and fourth in offense en route
to a franchise record in wins. It's hard to have a perfect season, but Phoenix came pretty darn close. Behind Coach of the Year favorite Monty
Williams, the savvy front office and the powerful backcourt of Chris Paul and Devin Booker, this team has gotten through any and all adversity
this season with flying colors. There was absolutely no debate about their No. 1 spot in the final Power Rankings.
2. Grizzles (56-26): If the Grizzlies were ahead of schedule by making the playoffs last season, what on earth do we call this? Memphis finished
with the second-best record in the entire NBA, and that was with MVP candidate Ja Morant missing over 20 games. This team is deep, well-coached
and extremely confident despite its lack of experience. They finished in the top five in both offensive and defensive rating, the only team
besides Phoenix to do so.
3. Celtics (51-31): It was a tale of two seasons for the Celtics, who disappointed in the first half before turning into an absolute juggernaut.
They went 24-6 after Feb. 1, leading the league in both offensive and defensive rating over that stretch, and worked their way all the way up
to the No. 2 seed in the East. Jayson Tatum went to the next level offensively and Ime Udoka's ball movement-based philosophy finally got
through to the players, but this team hangs its hat on the defensive end, where it was the stingiest in the NBA.
4. Heat (53-29): While most expected the Heat to be a tough out in the playoffs, not many predicted they'd finish the regular season as the No. 1
seed in the Eastern Conference. It's especially impressive when you consider that their presumptive closing lineup of Kyle Lowry, Tyler Herro,
Jimmy Butler, PJ Tucker and Bam Adebayo played just 51 minutes together all year. The defense was expectedly stingy, but Erik Spoelstra once
again deserves all the praise he receives for keeping this team on the winning track despite playing the likes of Gabe Vincent, Max Strus and
Omer Yurtseven for major minutes.
5. Bucks (51-31): It's hard to imagine a 51-win season being a disappointment, but that's how good the defending champions are. The defense slipped
to the middle of the pack, but was about the same as it was last regular season before they went on to have the best defensive rating of any
playoff team. Giannis Antetokounmpo did nothing to dissuade some people from considering him the best basketball player in the game today, and
Jrue Holiday had a tremendous season. The regular season wasn't mind-blowing, but there's a reason many are still picking Milwaukee to get back
to the NBA Finals.
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These services had the most units earned for the week of 5/9/2022 - 5/15/2022.
The Crew (281.86)
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