The NBA is set to unveil its 2017-18 NBA team rankings, and with the 2017-19 season coming to an end, the game is finally getting a look at which NBA teams are the best in the world.
Here are the 2017 NBA team standings for each team in the NBA:The NBA teams with the highest individual scoring averages and highest winning percentages in the past five seasons are the San Antonio Spurs, the Washington Wizards, the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls.
The Heat, the NBA’s reigning champions, lead the way with an average of 14.8 points per game and a winning percentage of 66.7.
The NBA’s best team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, are second with a 12.5 average and a 68.7 winning percentage.
The Cavaliers, the only team to finish with at least 50 wins, have the most wins of any team in history with 51.
The Golden State Warriors, meanwhile, are the only other team to reach 50 wins in a season, but they have the lowest winning percentage (47.6 percent).
The NBA’s top five teams in points per possession and shooting percentage:The Warriors lead the NBA in points (15.7 per game), which ranks third behind the Spurs (15) and the Wizards (14).
The Heat and Wizards are tied for second in the league in scoring (16.7 points per 100 possessions).
The Cavaliers, Warriors and Cavaliers are tied in offensive efficiency, and the Warriors and Heat are tied at second in offensive rating.
The top five scoring teams in the last five seasons:The Spurs (18.8 ppg), Wizards (15 ppg) and Heat (15 per game) are the highest scoring teams this season, while the Celtics (11.3 ppg per game per team) and Knicks (9.9 ppg each) are also among the highest.
The Cavaliers (14.8 per game, 20th) and Warriors (14 per game; 20th in scoring) are tied with the Spurs for the most points scored per game in a single season since the 1985-86 season.
The Celtics are tied and ahead of the Bulls, but the Knicks are still third in scoring.
The Bulls are tied, ahead of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, but trailing the Warriors by one point.
The Celtics, Bulls and Cavs are tied among the 10 highest scoring opponents, but are tied on the defensive side of the ball.
The Warriors are tied to the Bulls on the offensive end, while LeBron James is tied with Cleveland on the boards.
The Cavs and Bulls are the NBA leaders in points scored (21.3 per game).
The Warriors (22.6 ppg, 19th) are just ahead of Miami (22 per game); the Celtics and Warriors are the top scoring teams, tied for fifth.
The Warriors are leading the NBA with a league-high 20.1 points per contest, the most in a game this season.
Cleveland is third with 16.9, while San Antonio is third (16 ppg).
The Celtics and Bulls lead the league with a defensive rating of 111.6.
The Bulls are second at 109.6 and Cleveland is seventh at 106.6, both tied with San Antonio.
The Heat are leading all teams in offensive rebounding (12.3 rpg), shooting (42.4 percent), scoring (25.7 ppg and 17.8 rpg per team), assists (13.3 apg), steals (3.1 spg), blocks (1.9 bpg) points per play (1 ppg/pt) and turnovers (1 per 100 plays).
The Warriors have the highest percentage of offensive rebounds in the game at 53.7 percent, while Cleveland is second at 47.6%.
The Cavaliers have the third-highest defensive rating in the history of the NBA at 110.2, with the Warriors tied for the top spot at 112.0.
The Rockets, Celtics and Cavaliers have combined to allow the fewest points per shot (2.6) in the season.