Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin dismissed the traditional use of an eight-to-10-man rotation.

"We've got a 12-13 man rotation right now," Corbin said. "We want everybody to start ready. We can dress 13 and we want 13 to be ready to go."

That is a wrinkle the NBA introduced this season.

Teams are allowed to dress and play 13 players — instead of a dozen — for the first two months.

The final two months, however, 13 players can dress but only 12 will be allowed to see action. One player must be designated as being non-active, taking that option away from coaches.