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: Rufus on Fire. Ben Swanson comes in praise of Al Jefferson, the left-block landlord who has spent the better part of the last two months serving opponents eviction notices — he's averaging 26.4 points and 11 rebounds in 35.6 minutes per game over his last 24 outings, shooting 54.4 percent from the floor, and turning the Charlotte Bobcats' long-historically-awful offense into something more closely approximating a near-middle-of-the-pack unit. His three-year deal might still prove to be a bit rich for services rendered in the final analysis, but in the here and now, he's been absolutely sensational, and he's helped Steve Clifford's crew look like an honest to God NBA team for the first time in years. It's been awesome to watch (on the nights when we watch the Bobcats,Read More »from The 10-man rotation, starring Al Jefferson, noted destroyer of myriad fools