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A look around the league and the Web that covers it. It's also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren't always listed in order of importance. That's for you, dear reader, to figure out. C: MORE RUDY TALK, Y'ALL! By now, you've probably already read what our guys Kelly Dwyer and Adrian Wojnarowski thought about Wednesday night's deal that landed Rudy Gay with the Toronto Raptors, Jose Calderon with the Detroit Pistons, and the trio of Tayshaun Prince, Ed Davis and Austin Daye with the Memphis Grizzlies. Now, some other perspectives: At SB Nation, Mike Prada says Memphis "made out like bandits," and Tom Ziller thinks the Raptors' decision was laughably nonsenical. At CBSSports.com , Zach Harper argues the Raptors made a smart "sell high, buy low" move. At A Substitute for War , Julian Rodger calls it a clear win for the Pistons and a failure for the now "indisputably easier to guard" Grizzlies. At Hardwood Paroxysm , Toronto fan Kyle Soppe explains why "no team improved from this trade (now or down the road) as much as the Raptors." At The Point Forward , Rob Mahoney argues that this move merely continues the unchecked momentum of a string of moves that probably should have cost Bryan Colangelo his job a while ago. And, for some balance, at Grantland and The Basketball Jones , Zach Lowe and Mark Deeks argue that nobody really won or lost the deal last night, loathe as the definitive-take-happy among us might be to admit it.