Mark Cuban tells former Seattle owner Howard Schultz that he will never be as good as him (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: Newark Star-Ledger. Dave D'Alessandro reminds us that David Stern had a big hand in selling Seattle out.
PF: CSNBayArea. Great piece from Matt Steinmetz slamming the NBA for "having" to call every block/charge; even if there is no block or charge.
SF: CSNNW. New Portland GM Neil Olshey is playing well with others.
SG: SB Nation. Tom Ziller gloriously eviscerates Gregg Doyel.
PG: SI.com. The plugged-in Sam Amick goes over the options behind Anthony Davis in this month's draft.
6th: TrueHoop. Hold your horses on this whole "LeBron is shutting Durant down"-thang.
7th: Piston Powered. Looking back on some successful awful Piston playoff runs.
8th: NBA Playbook. Discussing the Thunder's defensive adjustments.
9th: The Basketball Jones. Pretty cool piece on "remixing" the 1990s NBA drafts.
10th: SB Nation. Scott Schroeder takes on the Mike Dunlap hire in Charlotte.
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