In-Season Power Rankings #1

topoftheworl sent me the following Power Rankings over the weekend. To make sense of the Rankings, he offered the following explanation: “50% overall record, 25% expected winning percentage, 25% my spreadsheet’s ranking of rosters.” So, as I understand it, a team that finished 1st in record, 2nd in EXP WIN% and 3rd in rosters would get 0.5 points for record (1*0.50), 0.5 points for EXP WIN% (2*0.25) and 0.75 points for rosters (3*0.25) to give them a total of 1.75 points. Lowest point total takes the top spot. Let’s get to it:

1. Boston 1 point 
2. Indianapolis 2 points
3. Montgomery 4 points
4. New York 6 points
5. Cleveland 7.25 points
6. Durham 7.5 points
7. San Antonio 8 points
8. Las Vegas 9 points
t-9. Syracuse 10.5 points
t-9. Mexico City 10.5 points
t-9. Colorado 10.5 points
12. Charlotte 11.75 points
13. San Diego 12.25 points
14. Richmond 12.75 points
15. Tacoma 16.5 points
16. Seattle 16.75 points
17. Sacramento 17 points 
18. Trenton 17.75 points 
19. Helena 18.5 points
20. Atlanta 20 points 
t-21. Texas 22 points
t-21. Baltimore 22 points
t-21. Burlington 22 points 
24. Philadelphia 22.25 points
25. Albuquerque 22.5 points
26. Washington D.C. 23.75 points 
27. Chicago 27 points 
28. St. Louis 27.25 points 
29. Kansas City 29.25 points
30. Dover 29.5 points
31. Montreal 30 points
32. Louisville 31 points 

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