Found May 12, 2013 on
The fallout from the shove heard around the world continues and the latest to weigh in is Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson.
Robinson was talking with Yahoo! Sports about the play in question in which Nazr Mohammad was ejected after shoving Miami Heat forward LeBron James to the ground. Nate is always known to speak his mind no matter what and he didn’t fail to live up to that standard when he responded with this.
“You see LeBron in a lot of commercials,” Robinson told Yahoo! Sports. “A lot of good acting.
Was there a bit of flopping on the part of LeBron? Maybe.
The fact remains though, Muhammad lost his cool and was rightfully kicked out of the game.
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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...
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Nate Robinson said he thinks LeBron James flopped on the shove from Nazr Mohammed in Game 3 that resulted in an ejection.
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After blocking Yao Ming when he was a member of the New York Knicks, Nate Robinson already proved that his short stature doesn’t mean he can’t swat an opponent. Watch as Nate chases down a LeBron James lay-up attempt in game three of the Heat/Bulls second round playoff series:
5’9 Nate Robinson got the crowd on their feet during the third quarter of Friday night’s Game 3 when the Bulls guard blocked 6’8 LeBron James on a drive to the basket.
Tom Thibodeau and Nate Robinson came to the defense of Nazr Mohammed and his two-handed shove on LeBron James which knocked him down and resulted in a Mohammed ejection in the Bulls Game 3 104-94 loss to the Heat on Friday evening.
According to Yahoo! Sports:
Nate Robinson told Yahoo! Sports, “You see LeBron in a lot of commercials, a lot of good acting.”
And Thibodeau flatly...
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We reported the news yesterday that Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson felt like LeBron James had flopped on the now famous shove from teammate Nazr Mohammad. Apparently LeBron was notified of the comments and had this to say when asked about his flopping history. “It’s kind of the same as when people said I [...]