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The 10-man rotation, starring Jeremy Lin and James Harden (VIDEO)


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: BBallBreakdown. Coach Nick breaks down the potential and possibilities behind a Jeremy Lin/James Harden backcourt.
PF: SB Nation. THE LAKERS SHOULD TOTALLY HIRE NICK SABAN YOU CABLE-WATCHERS GUYS.
SF: Newark Star-Ledger. Dave D’Allesandro, the finest writer in all of sports-dumb, absolutely nails it with Deron Williams.
SG: SB Nation. Justice B. Hill with a feature I’m in awe of, on former Harlem Globetrotter Ernest Wagner.
PG: HoopsAnalyst. Ed Weiland on the college-types that can make an NBA difference at small forward.

6th: SB Nation. Tom Ziller on the seven players that need to be traded NOW.
7th: Cowbell Kingdom. Marcus Thornton is working through quite a bit as he contributes to his Sacramento Kings.
8th: NBA.com. Shawn Marion, for the 49th season in a row, might be the NBA’s most underrated player.
9th: CSNNW.com: Ian Karmel discusses a bit of Bobcats, and a whole bit of funny.
10th: You Made It Weird. Ian Karmel doesn’t talk about the NBA much in this podcast, but this will make you giggle. Download this, and enjoy your Friday.

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