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The 10-man rotation, starring the terrible, no good Charlotte Bobcats

Kelly Dwyer
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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: Basketball Prospectus. The Charlotte Bobcats get a fantastic once-over from Kevin Pelton.
PF: Grantland. Jonathan Abrams with an engaging detail of Gerald Green's comeback turn.
SF: Boston Herald. Glen Davis may not have grown up, but he's certainly improved quite a bit.
SG: Alone in the Green Room. The Frank Reynolds Trashman All-Star Team.
PG. NBA.com. Get ready for Larry Brown to chide you, sensually.
6th: Real GM. Utah GM Kevin O'Connor is a genius, now? OK, let's read it …
7th: SB Nation. "Dwight Howard and the Potential Tipping Point."
8th: Basketball Prospectus. Neil Paine with the many ways to pick Thibs the Coach of the Year.
9th: NBA.com. The San Antonio Spurs … showin' some mettle!
10th: The Classical. It remains a must-read, Michael Katz with his NBA Nonsense Notebook.

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