The 10-man rotation, starring Chicago’s many shooting guardsKelly DwyerBall Don't LieJanuary 24, 2012A 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: BBallBreakdown. With Rip Hamilton rounding into form as Chicago's best shooting guard in quite a while, it's important to listen to Coach Nick as he details that dodgy spell between Michael Jordan's retirement and Hamilton's emergence. PF: SI.com. Paul Forrester details that brilliant Phoenix Suns training staff we mentioned earlier. SF: Dave McMenamin. World Metta Peace is still signing autographs as "Ron Artest." SG: Bandwagon Knick. Absolutely on point about the New York Knicks' dodgy start. PG: The Point Forward. Zach Lowe's list of disappointments thus far. Fab read, as always. 6th: TrueHoop. Henry Abbott and the mismatched Wizards/Flip Saunders pairing. 7th: The Basketball Jones. Kevin Love is all about the "GRRRRRRRRR." 8th: Indy Cornrows. Things are about to get real sucky real quick for the Pacers. 9th: YouTube. Michael Jordan vs. Drazen Petrovic (via HP) because I like basketball. 10th: NBA Playbook. Is Ricky Rubio more substance than style, and I think he might be but holy lord that guy is ADORABLE.Got a link or tip for Ball Don't Lie? Holler at me at kdonhoops (at) yahoo.com, or follow me on Twitter.