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Nate Robinson was ejected during the third quarter of Saturday night’s game vs. the Bulls Central Division rival Pacers after flagrantly fouling Lance Stephenson. After having the ball stolen from him, Robinson chased Stephenson down and grabbed him above the neck forcing him to the floor. Initially it was called a Flagrant 1, but after review Robinson was ejected when the call was changed to a Flagrant 2. The Bulls guard finished the night with 9 points and 5 assists.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Chicago Bulls are waiting on Derrick Rose to return with his big play ability.
In the meantime, they have guys like Nate Robinson who as seen here, can bring the hurt.
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Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson had one of the best plays of Thursday night's NBA action as he split two defenders, dribbled between his legs and finished with a huge one-handed slam dunk against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Robinson's dunk was part of a furious rally by the Bulls as they scored 36 points in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately it was too little...
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After struggling for much of this month, the Chicago Bulls managed to overcome their injuries last time out. A matchup with the Minnesota Timberwolves could help keep them heading in the right direction.
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THROW IT DOWN
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George threw down a monster one-handed slam dunk right over Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Centers during Friday night's NBA game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. George scored 20 points and grabbed 8 rebounds, and his dunk set the tone for the Pacers as they rolled over the Bucks 102-78. H/T BDL. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
Chicago Bulls All-Star center Joakim Noah has a foot injury and will not play against the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night.
Noah had platelet-rich plasma treatment on his right foot in February to treat plantar fasciitis and coach Tom Thibodeau said the injury has flared up.
Thibodeau said Noah is day to day and is not likely to play Sunday at Minnesota. The coach did not say who...
Marco Belinelli is going to continue therapy and will decide with the Bulls' training staff about his status against the Heat.
Earlier this week, the above video featuring a couple attending an Indiana Pacers game went viral.The boyfriend, Jake Moran, had a delicious mint chocolate chip waffle cone that he was munching on. His girlfriend, Georgia Arnett, wanted to share, but Moran wasn't having it.Furthermore, TNT analyst Chris Webber decided to break down the incident via the use of a telestrator. As...
Despite the injury, Paul George has scored 43 points over the Indiana Pacers' past two games.
Easy stuff. After a close first half, the Pacers tightened the defense screws in the second, and coupled with another Larry Sanders meltdown/ejection, sped to a 102-78 victory, their 3rd in a row by 20 or more.
David West sat out again with a lower back problem and will be unlikely to return tomorrow night against the Chicago Bulls as the Pacers aim for a season sweep. Danny...
The Indiana Pacers did fine initially without David West, but the power forward's absence may be starting to catch up to them.
It's hard to say, though, how missing West will affect Monday night's matchup with an Atlanta Hawks team seeking a third straight road victory.
Indiana (43-27) won its first three games without the power forward before falling 87-84 at Chicago...
Looking for the dunk of Friday night in the NBA? We here at That NBA Lottery Pick have that clip for you to view.It happened in the first quarter of the Milwaukee Bucks/Indiana Pacers game as Paul George unleashed a nasty high-rise slam dunk in the face of Milwaukee center Larry Sanders: