I've never liked a coach that sticks to the rotation completely because even if a player like LA or Lillard is screwing up and losing the game they need to be spelled for a bit. The reason I didn't like Nate McMillian was how he stuck to his rotation and took players out when they were heating up or on fire just because it was the 6 min mark or something. So when I see posts and comments asking how we can find minutes for all our new depth on the bench I think it's a good problem to have but also not a problem at all, it's a necessity.
I'm not saying to not have a rotation plan but don't stick to it. I like Stotts because he puts in a guy but when he starts screwing up he'll take him out and put in someone else or the guy he subbed for in the first place. I really don't care if Wright gets more minutes than Batum in games if it's because Batum is trying to get assists and turning the ball over whereas Wright is knocking down his jumpers and playing good defense.
What do you think about playing it by the flow of the game and not by the rotation so much? Do you like adjusting to the game or sticking to a strict rotation making sure players don't tire themselves out or risk injury?