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Last night during the Chicago Bulls game against the Phoenix Suns, Bulls guard Nate Robinson used his small stature to score an easy lay-up.In the fourth quarter of play, watch as Nate ducks underneath Suns guard Sebastian Telfair for the easy bucket: (Courtesy of D Wizzle's World)
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Nate Robinson is short (for the NBA) but still gets most of his publicity for big dunks above the rim. On Wednesday night, however, it was some lower-altitude moves that have fans marveling at Robinson’s skills once again. With under three minutes left in the Bulls’ game against the Suns, Robinson received a pass near the left baseline and pump faked. Sebastian Telfair, who was...
We have seen numerous dribbles between defenders, but it is not that often that we see an entire person go under a defender’s legs. On Wednesday night when the Bulls took on the Suns Nate Robinson used his 5′ 9″ height to his advantage. Nate made a great ball fake which Sebastian Telfair fell for, Telfair jumped to block the shots, but Nate hit the brakes and Telfair flew...
This video was too great not to share. Former Celtic Nate Robinson makes use of his 5'8" frame and goes through Sebastian Telfair's legs before making a lay-up. Hilarious.
Hat tip: D Wizzle
With the diverse array of remarkable athletes currently playing in the NBA, it’s an extremely common occurrence to see or hear about players rising up over the defense to finish a dunk or a layup. Sometimes, a guy will even leap right over a defender’s head, as LeBron James did to John Lucas III just last season. Just how frequently, though, do you catch a ball handler ducking...
Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson used his 5-foot-9 reverse height advantage as he ducked and dribbled through the legs of leaping Phoenix Suns guard Sebastian Telfair and score a layup during the fourth quarter of Wednesday night's NBA game in the US Airways Center.
The Bulls held off the Suns in overtime 112-106.
Video via. H/T Cosby.
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