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    NFL power rankings (Final):
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (14-3, LW: 1): The Eagles set an NFL record with four players with double-digit sack totals: Haason Reddick (16), Brandon Graham (11), Javon Hargrave (11) and Josh Sweat (11). Fletcher Cox came close with seven. Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has been great the past couple years and understood one thing very well: You can never have enough pass rushers.
    2. San Francisco 49ers (13-4, LW: 2): There was some thought that the 49ers would be better off losing in Week 18 to draw the Giants in the first round. I don't agree. They still got a winnable wild-card matchup against the division rival Seahawks, and the potential home game against the Vikings in the second round is a huge edge. The 49ers have a strong path to the NFC championship game.
    3. Buffalo Bills (13-3, LW: 3): Not sure there was a better moment in the NFL season than Nyheim Hines' kickoff return to start Sunday's regular-season finale. It also made you wonder how far the emotional adrenaline from playing for Damar Hamlin can take the Bills. Due to the NFL ruling that an AFC championship game between the Bills and Chiefs would be on a neutral field, the Bills won't need to win a road game to make the Super Bowl.
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (14-3, LW: 4): Jerick McKinnon had nine receiving touchdowns, tying Marshall Faulk, Chuck Foreman and Leroy Hoard for the most by a running back in the Super Bowl era. He got a receiving touchdown in six straight games, a record for a running back in the Super Bowl era. McKinnon has always had talent, but mostly his hot streak shows that it hardly matters who is catching passes from Patrick Mahomes. He'll get them in the end zone.
    5. Cincinnati Bengals (12-4, LW: 6): The Bengals have a gripe. The NFL was willing to flip a coin for Ravens vs. Bengals home field if Baltimore won on Sunday, but not for Bengals vs. Bills? Cincinnati has a much tougher road having to potentially go to Buffalo, but the Bengals are capable of making a run.

    NHL power rankings:
    1. Boston Bruins (39-7-1): Linus Ullmark is the leader in just about every goalie category you can name, while David Pastrnak is neck-and-neck with every point-getter in the league not named Connor McDavid.
    2. Carolina Hurricanes (34-9-8): Andrei Svechnikov is one of 15 first-time All-Stars headed to Florida. The second-overall pick from 2018 has two hat tricks this season, both against the Oilers.
    3. New Jersey Devils (32-13-4): Since Dec. 30, Jack Hughes is tied for the most points in the league, with 25 in 14 games. He’s set to be an ASG staple for the next decade-plus.
    4. Toronto Maple Leafs (31-13-8): Mitch Marner will be the Leafs’ sole representative because Auston Matthews is out with an injury. Marner set a new franchise mark this season with a 23-game point streak.
    5. Tampa Bay Lightning (32-15-1): McDavid is your goals and points leader at the break, but Nikita Kucherov is first in helpers, with 53. Did his extended time on the sidelines the previous two seasons cause you to forget how flippin’ good the 2019 every-trophy-we-have winner is?

    NBA power rankings:
    1. Boston Celtics, 33-12: In a season mired in parity, the C’s have been the most consistent team in the league. It won’t be easy, but they should be the favorites to represent the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals for the second straight season. (Last ranking: 2)
    2. Memphis Grizzlies, 31-13: Memphis, on the other hand, is finally healthy with Desmond Bane and Jaren Jackson Jr. logging more games under their belt, and it has helped them pull off 11 W’s in a row. They get a deserved bump in this edition. (Last ranking: 6)
    3. Denver Nuggets, 32-13: Nikola Jokic finally has a strong core around him, and the results are manifesting on the court. The Nuggets just need to stay healthy compared to the last few seasons. (Last ranking: 4)
    4. Brooklyn Nets, 27-16: The Nets leaped into first place last time after a stellar unbeaten run, but their recent skid sees them fall to No. 4. (Last ranking: 1)
    5. Sacramento Kings, 25-18: Well, how about this. The Kings are genuinely good – they proved they can win without Domantas Sabonis and still have the highest-scoring offense in the league. They’ve lit their way to a top-five spot for the first time this season. (Last ranking: 9)

    CBA power rankings:
    1. Purdue Boilermakers (21-1): Previous ranking: 2: Edey continues to hoard most of the Purdue-related praise, but his supporting cast continues to expand. This past week, it was the well-traveled David Jenkins Jr. who showed promise as a perimeter threat for the Boilermakers. The 6-foot-1 guard, who is on his fourth school after transferring from Utah last spring, has struggled shooting the ball for much of the season but is beginning to come to life. He made both 3-point attempts against Michigan on Thursday, then went 3-for-4 from behind the arc and scored a season-high 11 points against Michigan State on Sunday. He's now up to 41.7% from 3 in Big Ten play after making just 22.7% in the nonconference.
    2. Tennessee Volunteers (18-3): Previous ranking: 4: Tennessee allowed Texas back into Saturday's game for a few minutes late in the second half -- but the first 30 or so minutes were as good as we've seen anyone play this season. The Vols are just an elite outfit defensively. After keeping each of their previous three opponents below 60 points for the game, they held Texas to 28 points in the first half. And although it was somewhat inflated by a late surge, after Tennessee went up 67-50 with eight minutes left, Texas' 1.08 points per possession were the most Tennessee has allowed all season. The Vols are starting to look much more dangerous offensively too, especially since Rick Barnes went to a smaller lineup. Olivier Nkamhoua had a career-high 27 points on Saturday, while Zakai Zeigler is averaging 17.3 points, 7.8 assists and 2.8 steals in the four games since he was inserted back into the starting five.
    3. Alabama Crimson Tide (18-3): Previous ranking: 1: So, what happened this past week? It was more than just the aforementioned Oklahoma loss: Alabama's defense was a train wreck, and the Sooners caused problems with ball screens early and often in the first half. The Tide also looked lackadaisical in their three-point home win over Mississippi State earlier in the week. Their offense was concerning in both games, being held under one point per possession -- which hasn't happened since early December. The easy culprit is 3-point shooting, or lack of it. Alabama made just 11 3s last week, shooting a combined 22% in both games. A drop-off for a team that ranks second in the SEC at 33.6% from the perimeter, sure, but volume is the bigger issue. The Crimson Tide ranked 12th nationally in 3s per game entering the weekend, averaging 10 made 3s per night.
    4. Houston Cougars (20-2): Previous ranking: 3: Jarace Walker had a tremendous week in early January, when he totaled 44 points and 15 boards in two games against SMU and Cincinnati. He did it again last week, going for 17 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists in a win over UCF on Wednesday and leading the way with 25 points and seven rebounds in Saturday's comeback win over the Bearcats. However, the freshman forward's performance comes on the heels of a two-game stretch in which he shot 6-for-20 and averaged 7.5 points. If Walker can become a bit more consistent, especially on the days Marcus Sasser or Tramon Mark isn't shooting well, the floor of Houston's offense becomes much higher.
    5. Arizona Wildcats (19-3): Previous ranking: 7: After Arizona lost to Oregon by 19 earlier this month, Tommy Lloyd made a lineup change, moving Pelle Larsson to the bench and inserting Cedric Henderson into the starting five. The result is a four-game winning streak, with Henderson providing a spark in wins over USC and Washington. Larsson still plays an extended role off the bench: He had 15 points against the Trojans, was excellent defensively against Jaime Jaquez Jr. and UCLA, then went for 10 points against Washington State. Against Washington, though, his offensive slump was salvaged by Azuolas Tubelis and Oumar Ballo. The two interior forces combined for 46 points, 22 rebounds and 10 assists.

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