Seattle SuperSonics: If Sonic players want to get in the game, they're going to have to do it the old fashioned way. They're going to have to earn it. "The way you do that is probably go with a rotation that would have been at the beginning, and if guys play (well) then you work them into the rotations," head coach Nate McMillan said in the Tacoma News Tribune. "Then you have things laid out, and you don't have players who are (angry) about why is this guy playing or this guy. It is right there in black and white. I think everybody during this season ... has looked at (Vladimir) Radmanovic and said, 'What the hell is he doing on the floor?' So I have to make sure they understand, and understand what you are doing to them."
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