Originally written on Holdout Sports  |  Last updated 5/11/13
Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson, who only stands 5-foot-9, continued his amazing level of play during Friday night's playoff game against the Miami Heat when he blocked a shot by LeBron James from behind in the third quarter. Robinson had 17 points and 7 assists, and even grabbed 6 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as the Heat won the game 104-94 to take a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals. H/T Sports Grid. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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  • Nate Robinson is playing his a$$ off while Derrick Rose sits on his a$$ on the bench. Nate Robinson is earing his salary. This gun can flat out play. He showing that he is not afraid of anyone on the court. He even took on LaBron James. Derrick Rose should be taking lessons from Nate Robinson. This is a guy who wants to play and WIN. Not like Derrick Rose who wants to sit on the bench and collect a pay check. Nate Robinson earns his pay check every time he plays.
  • Unfortunately Nate Robinson is playing for a contract on another team next season - since Gar-Pax gave Rose his paper, they had to make some un-conventional moves to field a competitive team - and the way he's performed this season, they won't be able to afford him. Enjoy it now Bulls fans - because next season, instead of a team that plays for one another with heart, they'll be standing around once again watching their prima donna get stuffed driving down the lane every other possession. Besides, the Bulls execs will not want to be put in the spot where, when Rose is underperforming, that the fans will be chanting for Nate...
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