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Sunday, January 04, 2004 - Page updated at 12:00 A.M.
By Percy Allen
1. San Antonio (1): How come no one talks about the Spurs?
2. Minnesota (3): Saunders lobbies for Cassell All-Star votes.
3. Sacramento (6): Webber expected to practice tomorrow.
4. New Jersey (2): Gambling on Griffin despite legal troubles.
5. Indiana (12): Tinsley could be missing piece to a championship.
6. Detroit (22): Pistons too good to be that bad for so long.
7. New Orleans (9): The Spurs of the East, they get no respect.
8. Lakers (10): Payton's Homecoming II set for April 2.
9. Denver (13): If you're waiting for them to fall, then dream on.
10. Seattle (18): Different team w/Allen; 4-1 since his return.
12. Milwaukee (7): Biggest surprise in the East right now.
13. Clippers: (11): Can't win away from home: 3-8 on road.
14. New York (21): Van Horn is top scorer in past four wins.
15. Miami (8): After 0-7 start, Van Gundy has Heat contending.
16. Houston (16): Staying put in rankings for third straight week.
17. Utah (14): Kirilenko pushing Artest for Defensive POY award.
18. Portland (17): Held workout for 7-5 center Slavko Vranes.
19. Boston (5): Two big trades and still contending for division.
20. Toronto (24): Buried on bench, Murray demands a trade.
21. Chicago (25): Crawford flourishes in role as lead scorer.
22. Memphis (23): 7-game skid may have spoiled playoff hopes.
23. Phoenix (28): Marbury hits for 40; is he an All-Star again?
24. Philadelphia (20): Injuries reduce roster to 12 for road trip.
25. Washington (29): Arenas plays big in win vs. Golden State.
26. Cleveland (26): Wagner back Tuesday from knee surgery.
27. Golden State (4): Biggest fall of the week; Murphy will start.
28. Orlando (19): Picture UConn's Okefor with McGrady.
29. Atlanta (27): Ended 9-game road losing streak last week.
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