The 10-man rotation, starring so many rappin' old LakersKelly DwyerNovember 16, 2010A 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: Silver Screen and Roll. Problem No. 1? You shouldn't have 15 guys rapping at the same time. Problem No. 2? Wesley Matthews'(notes) dad's sunglasses. Problem No. 3? Mike Smrek. And it gets worse from there. The 1987-88 Lakers needed to take their guidance from Antony Carmichael. PF: The Basketball Jones. Trey Kerby thinks Brad Miller(notes) is the best. SF: ESPN Chicago. But I think that Joakim Noah(notes) is the best because he says things like "I miss that Duck," in reference to Brad Miller. SG: Hardwood Paroxysm. Did Tyrus Thomas(notes) travel? The answer, invariably, is yes. PG: Hickory High. The Thunder missed Nick Collison(notes) more than you ever know. 6th: BlazersEdge. The wife of Portland's GM is mad at blog commenters. Get in line, Mrs. Cho. 7th: PBT. Kurt Helin with a great look at why Tim Duncan's(notes) scoring has deserted him. 8th: Magic Basketball. Brandon Bass(notes), now with defense! 9th: How to Watch Sports. Interviewing Ron Artest's(notes) barber. 10th: Blazers TV. Patrollin' the beat with Blazers point guard Patty Mills. Funny stuff.Got a link or tip for Ball Don't Lie? Holler at me at kdonhoops (at) yahoo.com, or follow me on Twitter.