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Top five teams

1. Lakers: Yes, that was the Lakers ... beating Boston ... without Andrew Bynum.

2. Cavs: There goes LeBron, teasing Knicks fans all over again.

3. Celtics: Just a step below the top two.

4. Magic: Crushing end to Jameer Nelson's All-Star season.

5. Spurs: Gotta love Pop for sitting his Big Three against Denver.

Bottom five teams 5. Thunder: Coming down to Earth already?

4. Grizzlies: Snapped 12-game losing streak by winning three of four.

3. Clippers: Hey look, Baron Davis is playing again.

2. Wizards: Gilbert Arenas' latest gimmick: Wearing 'Do Not Disturb' signs.

1. Kings: Losing by 40-plus to the Suns? Ouch.

Tall trade bait: Amare Stoudemire far right might have vaulted to the top of the Superstar Most Likely to be Traded list. He clearly doesn't fit alongside Shaq, and his defense is getting worse by the hour - as the Warriors will happily vouch for. Phoenix looks to be in desperate need of a makeover, and moving Stoudemire for young talent, expiring contracts and draft picks is just the way to do it.

Firing blanks: So by now you know that Warriors rookie Anthony Morrow wasn't invited to the 3-Point Shootout during All-Star Weekend. No shocker there, since the NBA's leader in three-point shooting percentage hasn't actually attempted that many threes. But what's really shocking, and even outrageous? That 18 of the top 19 shooters by percentage weren't invited. Roger Mason tied for fifth was the only one of the six-man field remotely close to being among the league's best.

Another guard in limbo: Remember Jamaal Tinsley? The exiled point guard is expected to file a grievance against the Pacers this week for not waiving, trading or buying him out of the two years and $14.7 million left on his contract. And like the Knicks and Stephon Marbury, there's no real word on when the standoff will end. Tinsley remains on the Pacers' roster, he's been barred from Conseco Fieldhouse, where his nameplate has long since been removed from the locker room and his belongings shipped off.

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