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The 10-man rotation, starring Nick Anderson

Nick Anderson, in May of 1995 (Getty Images)

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: Magic Basketball. On Nick Anderson, who is so much more than what happened in two minutes back in 1995.
PF: Sheridan Hoops. Charley Rosen completely eviscerates Jim Buss in ways we wholeheartedly appreciate.
SF: Sports Illustrated. Lee Jenkins' profile on LeBron James is worth a second and third read.
SG: Welcome to Loud City. J.A. Sherman with a very good breakdown discussing OKC's recent breakthrough.
PG: Truth About It. Wizard big man Kevin Seraphin continues to develop, save for one key area.

6th: SB Nation Los Angeles. Steve Perrin attempts to detail the causes of Blake Griffin's slow start, and succeeds.
7th: SB Nation. Seth Rosenthal's always on-point, and funny, and holy lord these are power rankings??
8th: Sports Radio Interviews. Tyson Chandler discusses Carmelo Anthony, and how fun these Knicks are.
9th: SB Nation. Paul Flannery's tips and takes on what you should be watching this week.
10th: Pro Basketball Talk. That one time Glen Davis rejected Pau Gasol at the rim. Break out the hats and hooters.

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