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There is a nasty flu that is spreading throughout the Chicago Bulls organization. Luol Deng was suffering so much that he was kept out of the potential series clinching Game 6 against the Brooklyn Nets. Nate Robinson was sick as well and did his best to play through it but during the second half he started to throw up during timeouts. You can see some massive dry heaves in the video above (its safe to watch, I didn’t see any liquid) The post Nate Robinson Is Puking During Timeouts Of Game 6 appeared first on Ride The Pine.
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It definitely appears that Nate Robinson looks to be on the verge of emptying his stomach contents into a trash bin. We appreciate the towel acting as a good cover. We can’t see any vomit, but one would assume that it happened. Either way, the Bulls were hit with the flu bug prior to Thursday’s game and before the game Nate was listed as a “gametime decision.” He later...
The Chicago Bulls cannot afford to lose another guard while Derrick Rose continues to watch games from the bench. Nate Robinson, who is clearly well aware of that, fought through flu-like symptoms during a Game 6 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday night. He was seen throwing up into a trash can on the Bulls bench during a timeout.
In fact, the core of the Bulls roster seems to...
The flu is going around the Bulls team at an inconvenient time as they hosted the Brooklyn Nets for Game 6 in Chicago Thursday. Luol Deng was ruled out last minute after he was reportedly shivering in the locker room pregame. Taj Gibson and Nate Robinson were also affected by flu but were able to suit up for the game and fight through it. Chicago has always been a tough team and...
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If Kirk Hinrich misses Game 7, Nate Robinson will become a focal point of the Chicago Bulls' offensive and defense game-plan
When: 8:00 PM; Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
GAME 7 GAME 7 GAME 7 GAME 7 GAME 7. I've been waiting for this game for much of my teenage years, a do-or-die playoff game in Brooklyn,...
Complications from a Spinal Tap never sounds good. Luol Deng is a tough basketball player, it would take a lot for him to miss games in the playoffs, but this sounds very serious.
Deng tweeted on Thursday that he was taken to the emergency room on Wednesday and his symptoms indicated he might have meningitis, requiring him to undergo a spinal tap.
“As a result of the spinal tap...
Bulls forward Luol Deng has been taking some flak from Chicagoans after he missed Game 6 of the team’s first-round series against Brooklyn with an illness.
It was originally reported that Deng sat out because he was battling the flu, while fellow Bulls Nate Robinson and Taj Gibson, who were also dealing with flu-like symptoms, suited up and played in the team’s 95-92 loss.
Ever since Kris Humphries got involved with Kim Kardashian, it seems like nothing ever goes right for him. There was the messy divorce after the sham of a marriage, rumors of her cheating on him, public ridicule, his minutes got cut and this is just the stuff I remember.
Well, last night the Brooklyn Nets forward had another embarrassing moment that he could add to his ever-expanding...
Chicago Bulls forward Luol Deng made it clear Friday on Twitter that the illness that kept him out of a playoff game against the Brooklyn Nets was far more serious than the flu.
He missed the Bulls' loss in Game 6 on Thursday with what coach Tom Thibodeau said were flu-like symptoms.
In one of a series of tweets from the hospital, Deng wrote: ''It really upsets me that...
Chicago Bulls star forward Luol Deng wants you to know exactly how serious the illness was that kept him out of Game 6 against Brooklyn.
Hey Nets, way to go! You guys managed to barely force a game 7 against one of the most depleted teams in NBA history. No Derrick Rose, no Luol Deng, no Kirk Hinrich…Taj Gibson has the flu, Nate Robinson has the flu, and Joakim Noah has severe plantar fasciitis. You guys must be really happy [...]
Brooklyn Nets/Chicago Bulls: Game 6
- I am picking both road teams tonight. I would have picked the Nets even before I learned Luol Deng was not playing. Last night I recorded a podcast where I compared these Nets to the 2006 Phoenix Suns who came back from 3-1 down against the L.A. Lakers. I just think the Nets are the better team and that they will win the series...