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: South Park Studios. Via The Basketball Jones, the Clippers and Nuggets eagerly listen to Eric Cartman.
PF: NY Mag. Rather frightening list of every Knick to appear with the team since its last playoff win.
SF: Bucksketball. Scott Skiles, going out like he usually does.
SG: Off the Dribble. Will Amar'e Stoudemire work as a sixth man? Does he have a choice?
PG: Piston Powered. Austin Daye, wrapped in duct tape, five months too late.
6th: SB Nation. Kevin Seraphin is a hero. Just believe, and read. In that order.
7th: Hardwood Paroxysm. Anthony Randolph, tempting our hearts and minds.
8th: ESPN. Etan Thomas' newest poem is really terrible.
9th: ESPN. Via Trey Kerby, everyone go laugh at ESPN's Rookie of the Year votes.
10th: Silver Screen and Roll. Though this isn't the focus of C. A. Clark's very good column (which I agree with; Kobe should have some well-deserved fun Thursday night and go for the scoring title instead of being super-smart and sitting out), it is a bit disingenuous for us to applaud Kobe for passing on attempting to beat Kevin Durant for the scoring crown (he needs 38 points) in a year where he's often shot his team's offense out of games by gunning too much. Bryant still gets my first-team All-NBA vote ahead of Dwyane Wade, but let's go easy on the plaudits.
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