BOSTON — San Antonio loses three in a row, the New York Knicks win three in a row, and Kevin Durant out-Lebrons LeBron in Miami.
The league is lookin' kind of loopy right now, but that's OK.
Because as we near the unofficial halfway point of the season -- aka the All-Star break -- it has been years since the road to winning an NBA title was this congested.
And the lanes don't look to clear up anytime soon as teams will spend the next couple of weeks figuring out what moves to make, if any, between now and the Feb. 20 trade deadline.
"Lots of posturing, but no major shakeups," one league executive texted to CSNNE.com when asked what to expect during this trading season.
Only time will tell if that is in fact how things will play out.
For now, teams will play what they have to work with.
And with that, here's the latest NBA power rankings: