Monday, September 5, 2011

The 10-man rotation, starring Arvydas Sabonis

With the lockout in full lockdown mode and news and NBA notes hard to come by, we often don't have enough fodder to fill out a daily or even weekly 10-man rotation, as most blips on the NBA radar end up deserving their own post. Today we're presenting a litany of links that you may have missed the first time, that weren't commented upon with a singular post. Enjoy.

C: The Painted Area. Haubs breaks down the perhaps too-legendary tale of Arvydas Sabonis dominating David Robinson in the 1988 Olympics. Also, Grantland's Jonathan Abrams discusses Sabas' legendary career, while the Oregonian welcomes him back to Portland.
PF: The Hoop Doctors. Seven memorable Dennis Rodman skirmishes.
SF: Basketball-Reference Blog. The '88 and '98 Cleveland Cavaliers were full of rookies.
SG: Highlights from each of the Chicago Bulls' 1995-96 wins.
PG: Very cool pictorial evolution of each NBA logo.
6th: Kidd recalls his heady "Mike Woodson play."
7th: Steve Aschburner makes the case for more assistant coaches in the Hall of Fame.
8th: Kevin McHale in the post. Take notes.
9th: Truthdig. Mark Heisler's all-over-the-place goodbye to the Los Angeles Times. Interesting read.
10th: These are must-watches: "How Cazzie Russell Sparked the Steal of the Century."

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