There are two players on the roster who have been pretty productive up to this point -- more productive on a per-minute basis than the player ahead of them in the rotation.
Barbosa (14.0 min): 17.6 pts, 4.2 ast, 2.8 reb, .474 / .409 / .714, PER - 16.5
Terry (26.8 min): 14.8 pts, 2.4 ast, 2.1 reb, .505 / .412 / .862, PER - 14.4
Wilcox (13.3 min): 12.9 pts, 5.8 reb, .8 blk, .742 / 0.0 / .762, PER - 14.6
Bass (28.5 min): 12.3 pts, 7.2 reb, 1.0 blk, .432 / 0.0 / .875, PER - 12.2
To be clear: I'm NOT suggesting either Barbosa or Wilcox ought to start over Terry and Bass or anything like that. However, I do think it's worth asking at this point if they deserve more minutes -- particularly Barbosa, though of particular note with Wilcox is his sky high field goal percentage compared to Bass.
It's fair to wonder, on the other hand, if Barbosa and Wilcox are only producing like they are because they play in short bursts. Would Barbosa really score more than Terry does in ~27 minutes a game? Would Wilcox have anything close to that field goal percentage on the number of shots Bass takes? The answer is probably no in both cases.
But I think this is worth questioning, because at this point Doc is clearly still working out his rotation, and the only numbers associated with Terry and Bass that are considerably larger are their salaries.
So -- just right, or does the rotation need some shuffling? I think this a particularly pertinent question in the backcourt, b/c somebody is going to get left out when Bradley comes back. Lee seems like the obvious guy to lose minutes, but he's the only SG on the roster with the size to defend bigger wings.