Score Strip

  1. League: NBA
  2. Indiana vs. Orlando
    7:00 PM
    IND
    ORL
  3. Chicago vs. Charlotte
    7:00 PM
    CHI
    CHA
  4. Washington vs. Boston
    8:00 PM
    WAS
    BOS
  5. Houston vs. New Orleans
    8:00 PM
    HOU
    NO
  6. Brooklyn vs. Cleveland
    8:00 PM
    BKN
    CLE
  7. Philadelphia vs. Miami
    8:00 PM
    PHI
    MIA
  8. Atlanta vs. Milwaukee
    8:00 PM
    ATL
    MIL
  9. Utah vs. Minnesota
    8:00 PM
    UTA
    MIN
  10. Toronto vs. New York
    8:00 PM
    TOR
    NY
  11. LA Lakers vs. San Antonio
    8:00 PM
    LAL
    SA
  12. Detroit vs. Oklahoma City
    8:00 PM
    DET
    OKC
  13. Dallas vs. Memphis
    8:00 PM
    DAL
    MEM
  14. Golden State vs. Denver
    10:30 PM
    GS
    DEN
  15. LA Clippers vs. Portland
    10:30 PM
    LAC
    POR
  16. Phoenix vs. Sacramento
    10:30 PM
    PHO
    SAC
  17. View All

Ball Don't Lie

The 10-man rotation, starring the Celtics’ long trek to their job

Kelly Dwyer
Ball Don't Lie

View photo

.

The Celtics' parking lot, awaiting the team's players (Getty Images)

A look around the league and the web that covers it. It's also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren't always listed in order of importance. That's for you, dear reader, to figure out.

C: CSNNE.com. Detailing various Celtic frustrations with their 32-hour drive to work.
PF: Orlando Pinstriped Post. Glen Davis, out of nowhere, is Orlando's go-to scorer.
SF: BrewHoop. Drew Gooden, for the first time in his healthy career, is "inactive."
SG: Hardwood Paroxysm. Noam Schiller goes around the NBA, but mostly to Philly and Indy.
PG: 8 Points, 9 Seconds. Breaking down ex-Pacer Darren Collison's initial run in Dallas.

6th: NBA.com. The Thunder are thriving when going small with Kevin Durant at big forward.
7th: Bullets Forever. The "let's get some vets!" program isn't going too well in Washington.
8th: Magic Basketball. Wistfully looking back at Hedo Turkoglu's best year in Orlando.
9th: Sports Radio Interview. An entertaining interview with the improving Raymond Felton.
10th: The Point Forward. Unsurprisingly, Stan Van Gundy is not a fan of the Mike Brown firing.

Got a link or tip for Ball Don't Lie? Holler at me at kdonhoops (at) yahoo.com, or follow me on Twitter.

Sign up for Yahoo Fantasy Baseball
View Comments