Jerry Stackhouse skies while Grant Hill ducks for cover (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: The Classical. Zac Crain takes on the still-evolving Jerry Stackhouse narrative. Great read.
PF: SB Nation. Honeymoon over, the scrutiny is starting to creep up on Avery Johnson’s Nets.
SF: Piston Powered. Austin Daye, in a desperate bid to save his career, is practicing as a power forward.
SG: The Basketball Jones. A J.E. Skeets classic – ‘Romance on the Hardwood: Kobe & Pau.’
PG: SB Nation. An exhaustive feature by one of my favorite writers about my favorite player, Joakim Noah. Yes, please.
6th: Sports Illustrated. An interesting feature on Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert. Color me unmoved.
7th: TrueHoop. Kevin Arnovitz details the Milwaukee Bucks, still running in place.
8th: SB Nation. Tom Ziller wonders if piling up assist totals really leads to improve offense.
9th: Forum, Blue & Gold. Kobe Bryant, still polarizing with his bouts of brilliance and hubris.
10th: Sports Radio Interviews: John Hollinger: “I think the biggest thing to look at is that people will always want to make the strong-man argument, that you’re trying to replace the previous knowledge. That’s not the case; you’re trying to add to it. If I can add things to what they already know, then that becomes really helpful.”
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