2020 NBA Power Rankings at the All-Star break

Mike DePrisco
NBC Sports Washington

Teams have had about a week with the players they acquired at the NBA trade deadline, but now it's time for a break. 

From Feb. 14 to Feb. 20, there will be no games played, giving players and coaches a must needed rest before the stretch run toward the playoffs. 

Some teams really need the All-Star break to regroup, while others probably wish it came a little earlier or not at all. Anyway, here's look at the league's power struggle heading into the break. 

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Golden State Warriors

Last week: 30

Nothing much to see here, just a Warriors team that will continue to be the worst in the NBA until some of the teams above them completely fall apart or Stephen Curry comes back this season. 

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2020 NBA Power Rankings at the All-Star break originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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