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. Devin Kharpertian on the firing of Lionel Hollins and Billy King, which ultimately won't change very much unless Mikhail Prokhorov changes quite a bit more: "[...] the Nets still serve as a symbol of organizational failure, a team so concerned with winning immediately that they ignored the bigger picture. Between their lack of draft picks, cap space (before this season), and talent, they cannot start anew, no matter how many names run through their front office and coaching ranks."
PF: NetsDaily. Net Income, on same: "The Nets are in a horrible position and Sunday's moves, while unsurprising and no doubt warranted, don't go to the core of what's wrong with the franchise. In fact, what they do is magnify them."
SF: The New York Times. Harvey Araton on theRead More »from The 10-man rotation, starring the Nets, who haven't fixed anything