John Hollinger, ESPN - 10th (5th in East)
Marc Stein, ESPN - 14th (6th in East)
LeBron, Rondo, Westbrook ... and the rejuvenated Iguodala. That's your full list of players who've racked up three triple-doubles this season, with two of Iguodala's coming in the flying Sixers' past two games.
Hollinger Playoff Odds - 99.8% (projected 44-38)
Tom Ziller, SB Nation - 13th (6th in East)
With a frontcourt upgrade -- looking at you, Spencer Hawes -- Philadelphia could be a legitimately dangerous team in the next couple years, provided that Elton Brand maintains his production. The sad thing is that with Samuel Dalembert, who Philly traded for Hawes and Andres Nocioni, Philly could be dangerous this season.
Kurt Helin, PBT - 11th (5th in East)
They have won 8 of their last 10 and now you've got Evan Turner going off for 20 and Andre Iguodala with back-to-back triple doubles. Doug Collins is in my top three for coach of the year (with Thibodeau and Popovich).
HoopsWorld - 13th (6th in East)
Andre Iguodala with back-to-back triple-doubles.
John Schuhmann, NBA.com - 11th (5th in East)
Andre Iguodala hadn't recorded a triple-double since March 7, 2007, but he's had three in his last seven games. The Sixers have been the third best offensive team since the break and are within a half game of the Knicks for sixth in the East. They're 21-10 at home, where they host the Thunder and Celtics this week.
Composite: 12 (5.5 in East)
Bonus: According to Basketball Reference's Wins Pythagorean the Sixers should be 35-27 instead of 32-20.
Rookie Rankings: Evan Turner moves down to 14th in David Thorpe Rookie Rankings (ESPN).
The success of the team is helping to mask his overall lack of production as the No. 2 pick. But he is becoming a difference-maker as a midrange shooter and with his excellent overall game. He knows where to be and where to move the ball.