Have there been any changes to the rankings within the top teams of the NBA? Let's see if there are and if they'll affect your NBA picks over the coming week and how things might look for the best of the best in seven days time.

Here are my top five in each conference. 

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Chicago Bulls (40-11 SU, 30-21 ATS)

The Bulls just got blown out by Denver at home, which ended their four-game winning run. Rip Hamilton is out indefinitely and Derrick Rose continues to miss time because of his bothersome groin. Luckily for Tom Thibodeau Chicago has one of the better benches in the league and remain a team to keep an eye on in your NBA picks over the coming week.

Lebron JamesMiami Heat (35-13 SU, 23-25 ATS)

Unusual for them, the Heat are 4-4 SU (3-5 ATS) over their last eight games. They've lost two in a row, both of which were road games, and will play Dallas, Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia and Oklahoma City over their next five.

Orlando Magic (32-18 SU, 28-22 ATS)

After putting up 59 points against the Bulls, the Magic have responded with three straight wins while averaging over 100 points per contest. They'll take on the resurgent Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday in what should be a great one to watch.

Indiana Pacers (29-19 SU, 23-25 ATS) 

Good call to keep the Pacers in the top five from last week as they responded with four wins out of five, including a comprehensive 105-90 victory over the Heat. Two more wins (@ NJ, vs. WAS) should be on the way too.

Atlanta Hawks (30-20 SU, 26-22-2 ATS)

I'm putting the Hawks in instead of Boston and Philadelphia because they've won four straight and six of their last seven. Josh Smith continues to play out of his mind and Atlanta gets four of their next six NBA matchups at home.

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Oklahoma City Thunder (37-12 SU, 27-22 ATS)

The Thunder proved they're not going anywhere by beating the Heat by 16 the other day. They've won three straight, but will play the Trail Blazers, Lakers, Bulls, Grizzlies and Heat over the next week in another tough stretch.

San Antonio Spurs (33-14 SU, 28-18-1 ATS)

An impressive 7-1 SU (6-2 ATS) over their past eight, the Spurs are flying high right now. Injuries are popping up here and there, but overall San Antonio has the depth to cope and keep winning ballgames.

L.A. Lakers (30-19 SU, 22-27 ATS)

What a pickup Ramon Sessions was. He's already taken over the starting point guard role, providing the Lakers with some much-needed youth and another scoring punch to take a little heat off Kobe. That said, L.A. has slipped up defensively lately, allowing 100.2 PPG over their previous five contests.

L.A. Clippers (28-21 SU, 24-25 ATS)

The Clippers have won both of their last two games by double digits and get to play their next three at Staples Center. However, Mo Williams is out with a toe injury and I'm just not convinced they have what it takes to go deep in the playoffs, especially with Chauncey Billups lost for the season.

Dallas Mavericks (28-22 SU, 25-25 ATS)

After hosting Houston on Tuesday night, the Mavs travel to Florida to play both Miami and Orlando on the road. That'll be a tough two nights. Thankfully for them Shawn Marion is back after missing some time with a knee problem.