Tom Heinsohn considers colors. (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: SLAM. Tzvi Twersky talks to Boston Celtics player, coach and commentator Tom Heinsohn.
PF: TrueHoop. Henry Abbott hopes that Steve Nash will be allowed to dominate the ball in L.A.
SF: HoopsAnalyst. Harlan Schreiber with the always wonderful 'Transactions' column.
SG: Hardwood Paroxysm. Clint Peterson wonders if Enes Kanter is ready to make the next step.
PG: Celtics Hub. Brian Robb exhaustively details Ray Allen's best moments as a Celtic.
6th: SB Nation. Mike Prada's massive take on why the NBA's max contract is a bad, bad thing.
7th: Chicago Tribune. K.C. Johnson's feature on Jerry Krause is as good as you think it will be.
8th: RealGM. Jonathan Tjarks thinks that the Minnesota Timberwolves may have blown it.
9th: The Point Forward. Zach Lowe details the Spurs, still in the catbird seat.
10th: Twitter. Fred Kerber has been on the Nets beat at the New York Post as long as I can remember, and now he's moving on.
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