The 10-man rotation, starring Donald Sterling’s skeevy ways

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. Your needed reminder that Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is a terrible person and that David Stern and the NBA are complete and utter sellouts for associating themselves with him. TGIF!
PF: Grantland. Sebastian Pruiti on Joakim Noah's ever-evolving offensive game.
SF: Dallas Morning News. Jason Terry would prefer to be on the court at the end of games. And?
SG: Newark Star-Ledger. Dave D'Alessandro profiles Newark native Randy Foye.
PG: Piston Powered. Dan Devine and Piston-minds (kind of rhymes) talk Jonas Jerebko.
6th: SB Nation. Um, perhaps you would partake in this before enjoying some Lin-Sanity ice cream?
7th: J.E. Skeets. KISS' Gene Simmons calls Skeets a "sexy and powerful man." He's not wrong.
8th: Blog-a-Bull. The Bulls are still injured, which means they'll pull off yet another winning streak.
9th: GQ. Shoals explains how Ray Allen likely enjoys kale.
10th: Pro Basketball Talk. Good news Lakers Rockets fans -- Kyle Lowry is OK.

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