At long last, the 2013 NBA All-Star Game has come and gone, which means we can get back to more important business. Like, say, ranking the league's best and brightest superstars based on grades that are (more or less) arbitrary.
But if there's anything Mike D'Antoni's actually done right since taking over as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, it's characterizing these midseason scrimmages as "god-awful" exhibitions of basketball.
As entertaining as it was to see the top players on the planet share a court together, watching them resume their duties with their respective squads over the final 30-plus games of the 2012-13 season figures to be vastly more interesting.
There are All-NBA spots to be decided, an MVP award to be handed out (probably to LeBron James) and a Larry O'Brien Trophy still to be seized. With that in mind, let's have a look at how the NBA's top 10 shakes out after All-Star weekend.