Here's a look at power rankings from around the internet: for starters, there's SB Nation's NBA power rankings compiled by Seth Rosenthal -- still the most popular rankings to include 31 teams every week. Also, we looked at Pro Basketball Talk's, Marc Stein's at ESPN.com, John Schuhmann's at NBA.com, and USA Today's.
Who's on top: Most popular: Oklahoma City Thunder
Others: Los Angeles Clippers (SB Nation)
The task of ordering the league's best three teams was made difficult by all three suffering losses last week. The Thunder tended to get the nod for bouncing back with four straight, including a impressive road win in Portland without Serge Ibaka or Thabo Sefolosha.
Who's the worst: Most popular: Charlotte Bobcats
Charlotte was looking up by winning two straight after losing 18 in a row, but they're back to what they're best at after losing four straight. Washington now has John Wall back, although bad -- well, worse -- things could be ahead for Cleveland without Anderson Varejao.
Who's moving up: Most popular: Boston Celtics
The C's have Avery Bradley back in the lineup, and its working out better than even Boston fans might have expected, as the off-guard provides strong defense alongside Rajon Rondo. They've won six straight, a marked improvement on a team that was just a bit above .500 before Bradley's return. The Nets have also won six straight, while Denver has won five.
Who's moving down: Most popular: Atlanta Hawks
Others: Houston Rockets (USA Today)
There's no way to make double-digit losses to the Washington Wizards and Charlotte Bobcats look pretty, but if there is, the Hawks found it by only scoring 58 points against the Chicago Bulls after the rankings came out on Monday. They've lost six of seven. Meanwhile, the Rockets have lost three straight after having won five in a row.