By Tony Andracki & Mark Strotman
Each Monday throughout the regular season, Mark Strotman and Tony Andracki will rank all 30 NBA teams. Below are Week 4 Power Rankings. Think we're way off? Agree with our picks? Hit us up on Twitter at@BullsTalkCSNwith comments or criticisms.
Past rankings: Preseason Week 1 Week 2 Week 3
Tony: Tony Parker is a man possessed right now.
Mark: Memphis has wins over Miami, Oklahoma City, New York and the Lakers.
Tony: Wade has looked decidedly human this year.
Mark: Home games galore coming up, which means plenty of wins.
Tony: Balanced team holds 2nd-best point differential in NBA.
Mark: Southwest division race will be fun to watch (Memphis).
Tony: Have come back to Earth a bit lately.
Mark: How long can Jason Kidd keep this up?
Tony: Big Three is now Durant, Westbrook, Serge.
Mark: Kevin Martin struggling, but Durant really rolling now.
Tony: DeAndre Jordan: All-Star?
Mark: Went 1-3 on brutal road stretch (SAS, OKC, BRK, ATL).7
Tony: Just wait until they get Joe Johnson going.
Mark: Joe Johnson warming up.8
Tony: The ship has been righted, but now they need to get over .500 hump.
Mark: Antwan Jamison the biggest benefactor from D'Antoni?
Tony: Streaky team, but winners of four straight right now.
Mark: Just think if they had Bynum.
Tony: Holiday has been PHI's MVP, especially with Bynum out indefinitely.
Mark: Al Horford is healthy and better than ever.
Tony: Rank last in the league in rebounds per game.
Mark: Big Three continues to bail out inconsistent bench.
Tony: Jeff Teague is finally taking the next step.
Mark: Biggest roller coaster in the NBA moving up at the moment.
Tony: Looking more and more like a playoff team every day.
Mark: FreeJohnHenson, Skiles!
Tony: Relinquishing their hold on Central division.
Mark: Circus trip is over, six of next eight at home.
Tony: Three-game losing streak the low point of Thibs' tenure.
Mark: Won three straight before ugly loss at Sacramento.
Tony: Newcomers (Mayo, Collison) still carrying this team.
Mark: The NBA's most pleasant surprise in 2012.
Tony: Well-rounded squad, but nothing flashy.
Mark: 8-6 record while playing eight on the road.
Tony: Kemba has been a driving force in turning this team around.
Mark: Chandler Parsons, Patrick Patterson both look great.
Tony: Still no depth. That will eventually haunt them.
Mark: Lost three straight with Love back. Weird.
Tony: Lin (34.8 FG) needs to shoot the ball better.
Mark: 1-2 last week, all at home. Ouch.
Tony: Hibbert, George may be coming around.
Mark: That's the Paul George we saw in last year's playoffs.
Tony: Morris has burst into the starting lineup.
Mark: Markief Morris playing well in starting lineup.
Tony: Love is back, but they're still losing.
Mark: Meyers Leonard looked good in Aldridge's absence.
Tony: Remember when they started the season 2-0?
Mark: Jameer Nelson strong in return from injury.
Tony: Have won two of three against some very good teams.
Mark: 16-point win over Lakers deserves credit.
Tony: They'd be a lot better if Anthony Davis could stay on court.
Mark: Last three losses by 1 point, 1 point and in overtime.
Tony: Only Phoenix allows more points per game.
Mark: Anthony Davis (ankle) missing two weeks not good news.
Tony: Lowry is back, but Calderon was very good in his absence.
Mark: 3-3 since an 0-8 start.
Tony: Defense is way too inconsistent.
Mark: Dion Waiters thriving without Kyrie.
Tony: Don't worry, Bradley Beal thinks they'll still make the playoffs.
Mark: Getting ugly in D.C. Suck for Shabazz?