Projecting Minutes Per Game for LA Clippers 10-Man Rotation

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Projecting Minutes Per Game for LA Clippers 10-Man Rotation
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With the Clippers' new-found depth, will DeAndre Jordan, Caron Butler and Blake Griffin spend more time on the bench in 2012-13?

One of the toughest challenges Los Angeles Clippers head coach Vinny Del Negro will face this season is how to divvy up the minutes on a roster suddenly brimming with depth.

Last season's productive starting five remains intact, but the team has added some weight to the second unit.

Lamar Odom and Jamal Crawford—recipients of two of the last three Sixth Man of the Year Awards—are now in the fold.

So is Grant Hill, another former star, who has come off the bench just 25 times in a career that is on the cusp of eclipsing the 1,000-game mark.

All three are used to logging significant minutes and will be craving major roles this season.

And let's not forget rising star Eric Bledsoe, who was an absolute revelation last postseason, is now entering his third season hungry for a greater piece of the playing-time pie.

With so many capable bodies available to him, how will VDN juggle the Clippers' minutes?

Let's break it down and predict the minutes for each player in the Clippers' projected 10-man rotation, beginning with the starters and finishing up with the reserves.

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