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 : WFUV Sports . A needed and detailed list of how well the New York Knicks do in relation to the various types of hats Carmelo Anthony wears to and from a game. PF : Sports Illustrated . A sad but must-read breakdown at how the Milwaukee Bucks have fared with Jabari Parker, and what they’ll do from here on out. SF : SB Nation . Claiming that someone “eviscerated” an entity with a bit, clip or column is a bit clichéd at this point, but … Tom Ziller eviscerated Bleacher Report and Kansas coach Bill Self and their collective anti-mock draft screed. SG : SLAM Online . Matt Bonner is endorsing a (tasty) type of soda pop that I wasn’t aware was even still in business, and he gives a very smart and sensible answer to a question about whether or not we should be promoting the sale of sugary drinks. PG : Grantland . They may have fallen last night to Memphis, but the Golden State Warriors are still glorious on both sides of the ball. Zach Lowe explains why. 6th : Sports Illustrated . Rob Mahoney with a fantastic column on the career of the fantastic Tyson Chandler. 7th : Los Angeles Times . Bill Plaschke on the emergence of the “true Kobe Bryant.” 8th : NBA.com . Some gentlemen with big basketball brains discuss the balance between attempting to achieve a great defense and/or a great offense. 9th : Salt Lake City Hoops . Taking a look at how all the ex-Utah Jazzmen are doing. Like, all of them. This is rather thorough. 10th : Sacramento Bee . Crediting Vivek Ranadive for dealing properly with the media (and by extension, the fans) in the wake of the Michael Malone firing. As we should. - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at KDonhoops@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops
The Scoop:Splitter likely won't play very many minutes as the Spurs ease him back into action, but owners in deep leagues should monitor him in case he gets hot. The Spurs change their lineups often, so this likely won't be a permanent move. Bonner, however, shouldn't be owned in almost any league and this news solidifies that.
The Scoop:The Spurs are going with a new starting lineup, but they should get a lot out of their bench. Anderson is a lot of fun to watch and has one of the best nicknames in the NBA. Slo Mo is not a great pickup right now.