The Warriors currently have 10 players averaging between 10.9 and 34.4 minutes per game.
And that doesn't include Kevon Looney (7.7 mpg over 12 appearances), JaVale McGee (6.4 mpg over 10 appearances) and James Michael McAdoo (6.7 mpg over six appearances).
Is Steve Kerr starting to settle in with his various lineup combinations?
"It's different this year," the Warriors' head coach explained on KNBR 680 on Tuesday. "The last couple of years, our rotation just fit togther so easily. And as a coach, it was really simple to figure out. And this year, we tend to have a lot more decisions game-to-game.
"I might play Ian (Clark) one game, and I might play Patrick (McCaw) in the same minutes the next game. We went small against Boston and played McAdoo, the next game we felt like it was a JaVale game and JaVale did a great job against the Pacers.
"I think we have kind of more niche players who are going to fit differently from one game to the next. And so our rotation is not gonna look exactly the same night in and night out.
"It's kind of fun. I enjoy it. And our players are great about accepting that and being ready to get out there and contribute. And they all have. They've done a great job."
During last Thursday's radio appearance on KNBR, Kerr criticized officials and was slapped with a $25,000 fine three days later.
On Tuesday, host John Lund apologized to Kerr for getting the coach in trouble.
"The words did come out of my mouth so I do take full responsibility," Kerr declared. "But I have to admit, when I go on your show, it's just almost like talking, we're just chatting ... I gotta remind myself.
"Although, the show is probably better when I'm making myself fineable."