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MLB power rankings:
1. Rays (38-15): I'm not about to abandon them from the top spot because there's such a thing as built-up credit. We just need to keep an eye on things, as the Rays have gone 5-7 in their last 12 and the pitching injuries have really complicated matters. Plus, some of the hitters are regressing from their ultra-hot starts. Every great team has lulls, of course, so don't go overboard here.
2. Braves (31-20): Down several important players, the Braves responded to last weekend's sweep by taking four of six from two quality AL West opponents. They are that good. Just for fun: At this point last season, the Braves were 22-24.
3. Orioles (33-18): Can I just grab an arbitrary starting point for the purposes of illustration? I can? Thank you! Remember, the Orioles started 4-5 (and the Rays, obviously, were 9-0). Since then, the Orioles have been the best team in baseball by 2 1/2 games.
4. Rangers (32-18): Seager must've felt left out while on the injured list. In the last three days, he's gone 7 for 13 with three doubles and two home runs.
5. Astros (29-21): With his base hit on Sunday, Jose Altuve moved into a third-place tie with Jose Cruz for the most hits in Astros history. I would be very sad and disappointed if you needed me to tell you the top two.
NHL power rankings (Final):
1. Bruins (65-12-5): Some thought the Bruins would struggle out of the gate because of some injuries. On the other hand, others thought they could compete atop the Atlantic Division. What nobody did see coming was the best regular season in NHL history.
2. Oilers (50-23-9): Coming into the 2022-23 season, the Oilers hadn't addressed many of the issues that plagued them the year before. However, Edmonton used the trade deadline to bolster its defense and Stuart Skinner has played like a No. 1 goalie. Now, the Oilers are a serious Cup contender.
3. Avalanche (51-24-7): As has been the case for most of the season, injuries plagued the Avs right out of the starting block. Colorado got off to a slower start than expected, but the Avalanche have won seven straight games, and a second straight Stanley Cup is very much on the table for this group.
4. Devils (52-22-8): In many preseason bold predictions, experts picked the Devils to make the playoffs, but it is suspected they would be battling for a wild card spot in the final week of the regular season. New Jersey is battling in the last week of the regular season, but it is for the Metro Division title. The development of Jack Hughes and the rest of the young core has allowed the Devils to take a big step forward.
5. Stars (47-21-14): For the first time in years, the Stars have gotten reliable scoring outside its first line. Add in a tremendous offensive season from defenseman Miro Heiskanen and continued brilliance from Jake Oettinger, and Dallas has remained among the top teams in the league all season.
NBA power rankings (Final):
1. Bucks (58-24): With Khris Middleton out for more than half the season, all the Bucks did was finish with the best record in the NBA. That's in large part to the wonders of Giannis Antetokounmpo, but it wouldn't happen without excellent seasons from both Jrue Holiday and Brook Lopez. Milwaukee had the league's fifth-best net rating, but racked up wins thanks to a sterling 27-8 record in clutch games.
2. Celtics (57-25): Second in offense. Second in defense. Despite the Celtics failing to finish with the NBA's best record, the profile of a champion is certainly there. Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown led the way, but depth and versatility are Boston's true strengths.
3. 76Ers (54-28): Joel Embiid and the 76ers were everything we thought they could be after deft offseason moves and the return of a healthy James Harden. Embiid may have solidified his MVP case after multiple superhuman performances, and Philly finishes the season as a top-five offense and top-10 defense.
4. Nuggets (53-29): A stumble toward the end of the season can't sour a brilliant year from the Nuggets, who clung to the No. 1 seed in the West. Nikola Jokic was MVP-level once again, and a resurgent year from Jamal Murray plus a breakout campaign from Aaron Gordon helped bolster a well-balanced offensive attack. However, a mediocre defense kept them from reaching the levels of the East's elite.
5. Cavaliers (51-31): The Cavs didn't get the memo about being a couple years away from contention, as they put together an incredible season behind a career year from Donovan Mitchell and the league's stingiest defense. Landing in the top-10 in offense is a credit to Mitchell, Darius Garland and added aggressiveness from Evan Mobley. Overall, the Cavs finished with the second-best net rating in the NBA.
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Weekly Overall Top 10 NHL cappers.
These services had the most units earned for the week of 5/29/2023 - 6/4/2023.
Team Work Cappers (77.40)
, Hot Capper (60.00)
, Barracuda (60.00)
, Red Hot Picks (40.00)
, Kapper (40.00)
, Holy Cow (40.00)
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, Junior's Picks (40.00)
and Las Vegas Man (40.00).
Overall Capper Performanse - Top 15 Cappers
||Midas Golden Touch
||Ace Of Clubs Sports
||Las Vegas Man
||The Hustlers Lounge
||Blue Label Picks
||North Side Sports
||Know Your Sports
||Underground Sports Network
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2021-2022 NHL Capper Performance - Top 15 Services
||Midas Golden Touch
||Team Work Cappers
||Blue Label Picks
||Picks From Chick To Click
||Killer Instincts Picks
||Premier Gaming services
||Know Your Sports