I am talking the combined overall best NBA Division.
Honestly I have to say the Northwest Division is the best Division in the NBA.
My case is, 2nd and 5th place are only 1.5 games between them, with 1st being the best in the West and in the whole NBA. All 5 are over the .500 mark, with all 5 in playoff potential spots as of right now. Its obvious OKC is the best of them all, but Minnesota and Utah are easily gonna make the playoffs, both have great teams and usually do go! Denver and Portland are also very likely at this rate, they should have more Wins, but either way they are also filled with talent but are lacking. I really think we could see 3-5 teams from this 1 division in the top 8.
Honestly I think all the West Coast Divisions are hot this season, Pacific has 3 potential playoffs with 1 possibly, and the 3 teams are both LA's and GS so they are still in contention. The Southwest is also packed with talent, if Dallas was hotter this season I might have said they were best division. Houston and Dallas are just lacking, which opens up a few playoff spots for the NW. With Lakers and Phoenix lacking also, both these divisions should be a lot better, and I see things changing by the end of the year. If not, Northwest will have their spots.
Didn't mean to write so much. I would like to hear some predictions, opinions and any insider/fan information. I don't know much about the East Coast teams, just mainly the West. Don't get me wrong SouthEast has three amazing teams, but even with Miami and Atlanta, they still fall short. Although I would listen to any case that says they are the top East Coast Division(its just that, they have one of THE best, and THE worst teams in the NBA, but I have considered their talent to make up for that one bad team, because if you take NW bottom team (portland), and SE bottom team, then all of a sudden, they become contendor for THE best NBA Division. And I could go for saying Miami's talent is good enough to forget their last team. But I rather say Atlantic has more talent combined/overall.