The 10-man rotation, starring the non-retirin’ Tim Duncan

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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: Spurs Nation. Tim Duncan wants to know why George Karl is spreading false rumors about him. I want to know why as well.
PF: Twitter. ESPN’s Bob Ley wants to know why LeBron James advised Tony Romo to not watch ESPN.
SF: Hardwood Paroxysm. Breaking down what was a wonderful night of basketball from Al Jefferson on Tuesday evening.
SG: Pacific Standard. Sam Riches equates the too-sad story of Keon Clark with the too-often crippling economic obstacles pro athletes sometimes find themselves faced with.
PG: Bleacher Report. Looking back on how the canceled Chris Paul deal significantly affected the fortunes of three different NBA franchises.

6th: HoopsAnalyst. Looking at the top 60 prospects in this June’s NBA draft.
7th: Grantland. The Cavaliers are all over the place, undefeated in five games since firing general manager Chris Grant. Those games were against so-so competition, as the team dumbs-down its defense.
8th: The Classical. Tyreke Evans, still drivin’ …
9th: Poasting and Toasting. Knicks coach Mike Woodson has a go-to turn of phrase that he tends to use quite often.
10th: YouTube. A quite-watchable documentary on the Milwaukee Bucks’ Caron Butler, a Racine-native.

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