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The 10-man rotation, starring an oblivious texter getting smacked with an errant pass

Kelly Dwyer
Ball Don't Lie

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: Larry Brown Sports. Though the NBA clocks only register for 48 minutes, a typical game lasts around three hours. So if you decide to text through a portion of clock-burning time that only takes up barely over a quarter of your time at the arena, you deserve what's coming to you.
PF: I say it every week: Britt Robson's power rankings are your must-read power rankings.
SF: Indy Cornrows. Take your last look at "assistant coach Brian Shaw" before he becomes a top dog.
SG: ESPN. The Blazers would really, really like you to know they're looking for a GM.
PG: Denver Post. Wilson Chandler's frustrating season is coming to an end.
6th: Bullets Forever. Catching up with Washington's fringe prospects.
7th: SB Nation. Former Nets beat guy Frank Isola shared some goofy stories Thursday on Twitter.
8th: The Point Forward. "Are the Hawks and Pacers For Real?"
9th: Some of the NBA's finer moments in cornrows, and dreadlocks.
10th: WEEI. Paul Flannery: "The funny thing about Pierce's performance was that Rivers wasn't even sure if his captain was going to be available to play. Pierce took a knee to the thigh late in Tuesday's game against the Knicks and with that on top of all the other bumps and bruises he's accumulated over the year, Rivers didn't want to take any chances. But Pierce didn't respond to trainer Eddie Lacerte's texts and in Celtics-land that usually means all is well."

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