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: SB Nation. Not only should DeAndre Jordan be in the conversation for Defensive Player of the Year, Doc Rivers offers, he should far and away be the leader in the polling. Jesus Gomez intelligently discusses why Rivers might be off a bit in his estimation.
PF: Bucksketball. A fantastic look from Nick Whalen on the always-moving John Henson, and his future in Milwaukee beyond 2014-15.
SF: SB Nation. Michele Roberts, clearly, still has quite a bit of research to do regarding what reporters need in order to do their jobs.
SG: HoopsAnalyst. Steve Novak, as you’d expect, is incredibly averse to the three-point shot.
PG: Blog-a-Bull. Nine things to stuff in your pipe about the Chicago Bulls’ weekend that was.
6th: Sports Illustrated. Here are 50 must-read anecdotes from the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference.
7th: NBA.com. Speaking of must-readers, here is David Aldridge’s weekly look around the NBA, featuring the death knell of the Suns’ three-guard offense.
8th: Red 94: Comparing Tracy McGrady’s best season as a Rocket to James Harden’s MVP-level season with the Rockets this year should remind you just how brilliant T-Mac was when healthy.
9th: Bleacher Report. Derek Harper fondly recalls the toughness and versatility of his former teammate, Anthony Mason.
10th: The Daily Beast. Robert Silverman on Anthony Mason’s legacy. You should read this.
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