A less radical approach to the start of the season. Start whoever, but play the youth. 1st unit: Stuckey, Gordon, JJ, CV, Monroe This crew plays the first 8 minutes of each half, and their mission is to run. Tay takes the place of JJ in the 2nd half. The end of the game, the last 8 minutes, play Ben Wallace at center, Monroe at power forward, Tay at small forward, Stuckey at point, Rip at shooting guard. Eight minutes per half, including the last 4 of the 1st & 3rd quarters, and the first 4 of the 2nd & 4th quarters, play White at point, Daye at shooting guard, Summers at small forward, Diogu at power forward, JMAX at center. Last 8 minutes of the 1st half: Stuckey, Rip, TMAC, CV, Monroe. For minutes, this is: Stuckey 32 White 16 Gordon 16 Rip 16 Daye 16 Tay 16 (all in the 2nd half - no chance that the back will tighten during halftime - for now.) TMAC 8 JJ 8 Summers 16 Monroe 8 (at power forward) (He gets 32 total) Diogu 16 CV 24 Monroe 24 (at center) (He gets 32 total) JMAX 16 Ben Wallace 8 (does not mean he could not play more if other bigs are having foul trouble or can't handle their defensive assignment well enough.) This does leave Bynum out for the moment - but I bet every day he stays off that ankle helps. Note, Gordon too could use some more time off to heal his ankle- but perhaps playing just 16 minutes per game is enough of a rest for him - hopefully. Basically, this is a camp rotation - and I think we should use it for the first month of the season, not just camp. For three reasons, let people heal more fully, shorten up the season some, and to level out the playing field for eveyone competing for minutes.