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Nate Robinson is an intense guy who always plays with a chip on his shoulder, put those two ingredients into such a small body and what you get is a confrontational individual which is what the Chicago Bulls point guard is known to be.
During the second quarter of Game 4 of a first round match up between the Bulls and the Brooklyn Nets, Robinson and CJ Watson got into a scuffle after the two had been going at each other the entire series.
Check the battle of the backup point guards here:
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As the 2013 NBA playoffs continue on this fair Saturday, Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson and Brooklyn Nets guard C.J. Watson got into a shoving during their game three of their first round series. The incident happened in the second quarter of play as the two got tangled up after a foul was called on Nate for being a tad over-aggressive. Watch as the two take their shoving match...
Five-foot-nothin’ Nate Robinson had a fourth quarter for the ages on Saturday, helping the Bulls storm back and ultimately defeat the Brooklyn Nets 142-134 in triple overtime. The game wouldn’t have even made it to the first overtime had it not been for Robinson, who morphed into an unconscious offensive savant in the final quarter, pouring in 23 points as the Bulls ran off a...
Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson pretty much became a legend Saturday during the Bulls triple-OT win over the Brooklyn Nets. The Bulls were down by 14 points with just about three minutes left in the fourth quarter when Nate put the team on his back. Robinson scored 12 straight points sending the game into overtime. His 23 points in the fourth quarter nearly broke a playoff record...
After going off for 23 points in the fourth quarter of Game 4, 1 point shy of Michael Jordan’s franchise record for points in a playoff quarter, and finishing with 34 in the Bulls triple OT 142-134 thriller on Saturday afternoon, Nate Robinson likened his game to the old-school video game, NBA Jam.
According to CSN Chicago:
I always tell [Rip Hamilton], ‘I always think I’m...
When you are the smallest guy on the court, something like this is bound to happen every now and then.Seen here is Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson, all 5-foot-9 of him, running full speed into a screen set by Brooklyn Nets big man Gerald Wallace. As you can see, Robinson never sees Wallace coming, which results in a brutal ending for the diminutive veteran.Ouch.Via The Big Lead
Nate Robinson and CJ Watson decided to get into a good, old fashioned donnybrook during the Bulls vs Nets game on Saturday, while Mike Tyson live tweeted.
Brooklyn Nets point guard C.J. Watson may have missed one of the more important dunks of his career during their intense match-up with the Bulls on Saturday. Brooklyn led the Bulls by a score of 109-95 with just over three minutes left when C.J. had a chance to extend the lead with a wide open dunk. Instead he missed the gimme and things fell apart for Brooklyn as the Bulls were...
With less than three minutes to go in game four between the Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls, Chicago trailed by 14 points and Brooklyn’s C.J. Watson appeared to have an easy slam dunk to seal the deal in regulation.
The only problem for C.J. was that his dunk attempt went a tad awry and didn’t fall:
C.J. Watson blows wide-open slam dunk [Ball Don't Lie]
Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson had an interesting day against the Brooklyn Nets in the thrilling Game 4 of thei…
Nate Robinson was completely destroyed by a Gerald Wallace screen during the Bulls vs. Nets game on Saturday.
It was an instant classic and perhaps the game of the 2013 NBA Playoffs when the Bulls and Nets gave us a thrilling triple-overtime in Game 4 of their series in Chicago.
It had it all - hard fouls, clutch shots, team-play on display, and a healthy does of Bulls' Nate Robinson showing passion, grit and fire on the court when he rattled off 23 points in the critical fourth...
C.J. Watson's missed fastbreak dunk attempt with 3:17 left in the 4th quarter (and the Nets up 14), sent this game from easy Brooklyn win to collapse for the ages. I'm not blaming the Bulls' end-of-game 16-2 run for the loss, but it certainly played a role, as the Nets could have been up 16 had CJ converted
Incredible. I tweeted that at some point...
Following a tough bank shot from Nate Robinson that appeared to be the game winning shot with 1.7 seconds remaining in Saturday’s Game 4 matchup between the Nets and Bulls, Joe Johnson countered with a buzzer-beating runner to tie the game at 121 and send the game to double overtime.
Nate Robinson’s bank shot with 1.7 seconds remaining in overtime:
Brooklyn Nets/Chicago Bulls: Game 4
- Feel like this series has been impossible to predict because we do not know which Bulls team will show up.
- Finally got a “fight” in the playoffs. Not the series I would have predicted, but I will take it!
- Nate Robinson is singlehandedly bringing the Bulls back in this game. My NBA history is not good, but has there...