The 10-man rotation, starring the mess in Detroit

 

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2017-12-04

C: Detroit News. Vincent Goodwill, as he usually does, adroitly nails down the frustrations Stan Van Gundy is working through as he attempts to turn an entire franchise around. The Josh Smith breakdown is rather frightening.
PF: MLive. David Mayo documents Van Gundys complaints about his messed up team.
SF: Detroit Bad Boys. Jason Brunskowski wonders what the Pistons should attempt to fix first, the offense or its defense? What a depressing thought.
SG: SB Nation. Ricky ODonnell basks in the glow of the Dallas/Chicago contest from Tuesday night, perhaps the NBAs best game of the year. For Mavericks fans, at least.
PG: Blog-a-Bull. From Chicagos end, lets look at where the Bulls (barely) went wrong.
6th: Sports Illustrated. Friendly reminder: Tony Parker is still leading the NBA in three-point shooting.
7th: ESPN. LeBron James half-jokes about saying nah, not so much to an All-Star Game in Cleveland.
8th: Sports Illustrated. Ben Golliver on the Oklahoma City Thunder, who will probably have to win two-thirds of their games from here on out to make the playoffs.
9th: Roundball Mining Company. Breaking down Denvers work from Tuesday night, in the teams close loss to the Portland Trail Blazers.
10th: The Classical. Robert OConnell on the ascension of Jimmy Butler.