This week's NBA Power Rankings are out and as you might expect, the Phoenix Suns are nowhere to be found in the top 5 or the top 20 for that matter. Sitting atop the NBA world is the Chicago Bulls, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder or Indiana Pacers, depending who's Power Rankings you favor and how far below the very top spot you want to look.
Here's what Tom Ziller at SB Nation has for the Suns in his NBA Power Rankings:
NBA Power Rankings: What You Missed Before The Super Bowl - SBNation.com
The Suns have basically no shot at the playoffs, so the Steve Nash trade conversation will only heat up as the weeks wear on. Marcin Gortat, however, is a real keeper, and Michael Redd lives!
Marc Stein in his ESPN NBA Power Rankings shows that nostalgia for what the Suns once where and sadness for what they've come isn't confined to the desert:
NBA Basketball Power Rankings - National Basketball Association - ESPN
Thinkin' about going exclusively to #Nashfacts here to divert our attention from the ongoing disintegration of what used to be the world's most entertaining team. Here's one: Nash recently became the oldest player ever (37 years, 359 days) to post a 30-point, 10-assist game, besting John Havlicek (36 years, 295 days old).