Updated Power Ranking of the New Western Conference

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Updated Power Ranking of the New Western Conference
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Derek Fisher and Mike Brown won't be planning offensive sets in Los Angeles anymore.

The NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone, and with it a flurry of deals both major and minor took place. 

The teams in the NBA's Western Conference seemed to have been the most active in adding and subtracting players on their rosters. 

Player movement doesn't just impact your fantasy basketball team, it impacts the real ones too. This season the trade deadline took place later in the regular season due to the lockout that cost the league games in November and December. 

That means that playoff teams acquiring new players today have limited time to get their new acquisitions used to a new system in a new city, with new teammates. 

That, as well as the actual incoming or outgoing talent, will all play a role on who's up and who's down in the Western Conference power rankings among teams in playoff contention. 

Here's where they stand as of now.

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