Here's a little quide for anybody wanting to watch the NBA play-offs. I've Ranked the play-off teams from whitest to darkest, and theres a good amount to choose from. (Starters in Bold): (A-) Jazz- PG Ricky Rubio, SF/PG Joe Ingles, SG Kyle Korver, PG Raul Neto, SG Grayson Allen, PF Tyler Cavanaugh 2 white starters and now 3 part of the rotation witb Grayson Allens emergence. (B+) Blazers- C Enes Kanter, SF Jake Layman (in and out), C/PF Zach Collins, C Meyers Leonard, (Inj) C Jusuf Nurkic 2 starters and top 2 off the bench, makes you wonder how good they would be with Nurkic right now?? (B) Celtics- C Aaron Baynes, SF Gordan Hayward (in and out the starting lineup but gets starter mins), PF/C Daniel Theis With the NBA's most underrated defender in Baynes, and Hayward I count because it blows my mind why he's not. To too it off Theis is pretty much another Horford. (B-) Spurs- C Jakob Poetl, SF Davis Bertans, SG Marco Belinelli, C Drew Eubanks, PF/C Donantas Montiejunas Only 1 starter but have some of the best depth in the league, with all seeing some PT sooner or later. (C+) Clippers- SF/PF Danilo Gallinari, C Ivica Zubac Should be rated lower but with Galinari playing so good I give it to them. Galinari should have made the all-star team this year too. (C+) Nets- SG Joe Harris, SF/PF Rodions Kurucs, SF Dzanan Musa 2 starters is nice but thats it since Dzanan Musa pretty much on a RS season. (C+) Denver- C Nikola Jokic, C/PF Mason Plumlee, SF Juan Hernangomez, PF Tyler Lydon Jokic is a future MVP, while his front-court partner C Mason Plumlee p Shadows his game to an extent. Hernangomez has lost all the extra mins he earned early this season. C Pistons- SG Luke Kennard, PF Jon Leur, C Zaza Pachulia, PG Jose Calderon, SG Svi Mykhaliuk Kennard starting finallygives Detroit a better look, with scrub Bruce Brown avg 4 ppg moves to the bench. Besides Kennard Jon Leur sees a healthy amt of mins in the rotation (when healthy), and Pachulia is usually back-up C. Svi Mykhaliuk is one to watch but not for this year, while Calderon is retiring at the end of year. (D+) Golden State- C Andrew Bogut (beat-out Cousins as starting C), PF Jonas Jerebko In a shocking late-season move GS signed 34 y/o C Andrew Bogut on a 1 yr deal, who was playing in the Australian basketball league likely to retire at seasons end. Bogut is now the starting C. Posting 8 pts, 14 rbs, and 5 assts last night. Jonas Jerebko has a role for them but its a small one. (D) Thunder- C Steven Adams OKC start and play only 1 white and even he's questionable. Adams who's a poly/white mix is still supportable for me, because the media and players treat him as if he's just white guy from New Zealand. (F) Rockets- C/PF Isaiah Hartenstein C Isaiah Hartenstein doesnt even play unless its a blowout.