One week ago it was the L.A. Clippers that held the best record in the NBA, winning 13 of their first 15 games and picking up road wins against Portland, San Antonio and Oklahoma City along the way. But after road losses to Detroit and Indiana, the Clippers are no longer the hottest team in the NBA. That claim can be made by the Golden State Warriors, a team that has won 11 straight games heading into Monday's matchup with the Atlanta Hawks. Steve Kerr's team has lost just once in the month of November, with that being a 20-point loss to the Lakers in Los Angeles.
On the season Golden State, led offensively by Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry, has a point differential of +13.2 and nine of the 11 wins in this current streak have been by ten points or more. And with Golden State in the middle of a five-game home stand, they'll have the opportunity to build on that streak in a friendly environment before their next road game December 7 against the Clippers. Here are this week's NBA top ten power rankings, with the top spot remaining unchanged and the Celtics moving back into the rankings with Charlotte falling out. (Getty)