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: Larry Brown Sports. LeBron James sprains his ankle on a woman's nearly bare foot, and yet she seems to be the one that comes out unscathed. The human body was made by a maaaaad scientist.
PF: SB Nation. Andrew Sharp comes through with a must-read feature on Andrew D. Bernstein, the go-to NBA photographer for Getty Images.
SF: The Good Point. The Oklahoma City Thunder has two MVP candidates on one team. Not you, Daequan.
SG: Hardwood Paroxysm. Memphis' Tony Allen literally barked at HP's James Herbert over the weekend.
PG: The Columbian. The Blazers are starting Raymond Felton because he's trade bait for some reason.
6th: Bucksketball. Brandon Jennings worked hard for the money over the All-Star break.
7th: The Classical. 'Making Theatre and Sports Work.'
8th: PBT. In a match made in heaven, Chris Webber is mentoring DeMarcus Cousins. Great news.
9th: HoopsAnalyst. Quick thoughts on All-Star history, Jeremy Lin, and Jason Kidd's decline.
10th: WEEI. From Paul Flannery's must-read on Kevin Garnett's move to center: "I'm an old soul when it comes to that system. It's a system that works," Garnett said. "We've sort of shifted up a little bit here, being a little more athletic and trying to get out and run more. It's all good with me. As long as it equals wins at the end of the day I have no problem with any of it."
Got a link or tip for Ball Don't Lie? Holler at me at kdonhoops (at) yahoo.com, or follow me on Twitter.