The 10-man rotation, starring Jason Kidd's laughable practices

The 10-man rotation, starring Jason Kidd's laughable practices

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: The Brooklyn Game. Joe Johnson can’t hide his giggly-face when asked about the difference between Lionel Hollins and former Net coach Jason Kidd’s practice schedule:

PF: New York Times. Kobe Bryant and Arianna Huffington go out for lunch, on record, and the result is shockingly self-serving and ponderous.
SF: SB Nation. A look at some of the new faces in new uniforms as Media Day churns along.
SG: New York Post. Derek Fisher is not Phil Jackson’s puppet, dammit. Marionette, maybe, but not a puppet.
PG: Discussing Becky Hammon’s future with the Spurs as she enters her first year as assistant coach.
6th: Charlotte Observer. Taking a look at Charlotte’s Lance Stephenson, as he readies to enter the most important year of his career. He also “has ambitions of doing more songs.”
7th: USA Today. Thankfully, the Los Angeles Clippers seem appropriately cheery and enthused about the 2014-15 season.
8th: Boston Globe. Baxter Holmes’ fascinating feature on Marcus Smart. Read this.
9th: Wall St. Journal. Russell Westbrook discusses a whole bunch of fashionable accessories that you probably can’t afford.
10th: SB Nation. Tom Ziller talks up three head coaches on the hot seat as 2014-15 rears its head.

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Kelly Dwyer

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