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In my brief period bringing you the fantasy basketball goods, I feel like I have been steadfast with my picks and decisions as the doings and goings of the NBA facilitate. Somebody yesterday made an outrageous claim that I wasn’t on Tobias Harris early on with a hokum situation. Never head back from ya, bro!
But as I responded, I was way wrong on Thomas Robinson and have admitted that numerous times. Who deals their two biggest-minute PFs at the same time bringing in a PF only not to play him? C’mon Rockets! I still think Robinson is a great raw talent and depending on how things shake out in the offseason might be a sleeper for me in 2013-2014.
And that brings me to that other Robinson who I have been down on all year. Last night, Nate Robinson played 33 minutes off the bench and shot 10-18 (5-11 3PTM 10-10 FT) 35 Pts 3 Rebs 2 Asts and 1 Blk. Despite the huge burst of points, that’s all Robinson’s big contribution is: points. Not that that’s a bad thing, but it’s the easies...
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Chicago Bulls shooting guard Nate Robinson has crazy hops, but they’re of little use in jump ball scenarios involving players a foot taller than him. Friday night, the five-foot-nothin’ Robinson squared off against Toronto’s Rudy Gay (who clocks in at 6’8″) for a late-game jump ball. Realizing his disadvantage, Robinson did what anyone else only Nate Robinson would do:...
Tweet The Chicago Bulls notched a loss to the Toronto Raptors on Friday night, but the game wasn’t short of some definite uniqueness, provided by Nate Robinson: He didn’t even bother jumping; the ball goes up and he just bolts down the court. Classic Nate-Rob. Obviously, the play was completely illegal and the Toronto Raptors [...]
Nate Robinson is a pesky little dude. He’s no taller than hobbit and for him to have any meaningful impact on the game, he has to rely on his incredible athleticism and to a certain extent his guile.
During the fourth quarter of the Chicago Bulls defeat to the Toronto Raptors on Friday night, Robinson found himself in the unfortunate situation where he had to face off against...
If you thought the friendly beef between Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson and New York Knicks forward Steve Novak is over, you’re wrong. As you may know, Robinson and Novak have been going back and forth with trash talk — or flirting — throughout much of the season. Robinson kept it going on Thursday night when he dropped the Discount Double Check on Novak once again during...
Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson was on fire against the New York Knicks on Thursday, and he had plenty of discount double-checks for everyone.
Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson is 5-foot-9.Toronto Raptors forward Rudy Gay stands 6-foot-10.Naturally, Robinson knew this major difference in height would cause a problem for him. Especially as it pertains to a jump ball situation.So, the diminutive Robinson had to get creative to come up with the jump ball over Gay. Although Robinson is known to be a great leaper, he wasn'...
Nate Robinson doesn’t seem to be done with Steve Novak.
Earlier in the season, the Chicago Bulls point guard mocked the New York Knicks forward’s belt celebration that he does after he knocks down a trey, to which Novak retorted by firing a nice shot at “Lil Nate” in a TV interview.
Robinson got a subtle jab back at his nemesis in an interview a few days later, but obviously...
Nate Robinson scored a season-high 35 points and the Chicago Bulls stopped another lengthy winning streak, rallying to beat New York 118-111 in overtime Thursday night and end the Knicks' 13-game run.
Robinson came up big down the stretch, scoring eight points in the extra period.
Jimmy Butler added 22 points, Luol Deng scored 16, and the Bulls busted a long streak for the...
This was a terrific game overall even though the Knicks streak had to end. The game was just very entertaining. But it was especially frustrating for two reasons. One being that the Knicks have now lost all four games they played against the Bulls this year. They could have real trouble with this team come playoff time. And two was that they had the last shot right at the end of...
When Michael Jordan, Scottie Pipen and the Bulls were winning their were the one team that was always in the way of the Knicks shot at winning a 3rd NBA title in franchise history. Now it looks like the Bulls are again in the way of the Knicks continuing a 13 game winning streak.It took overtime but the Bulls gored the Knicks 118-111. The Bulls also stopped the Miami Heat’s winning...
Suddenly, Chicago is the place where long winning streaks go to die.
This time, it was Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks going down. Late last month, it was LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
Nate Robinson scored a season-high 35 points and Chicago rallied for a 118-111 overtime victory to stop New York's 13-game run. Anthony missed a potential winner at the end of regulation, and...
All streaks have to end at some point, right? The New York Knicks lost 118-111 to the Chicago Bulls tonight in overtime, in a hard-fought back and forth battle. It was disappointing because the Knicks coughed up multiple big leads and had a good look to end the game in regulation. They were also forced to watch Nate Robinson prance around to the tune of 35 points and act like he...
By Max Marcilla
Knicks 111 Bulls 118
Early in the game, with six minutes left in the 1st, the Knicks found themselves up 23-6. They were shooting 75% from the field, including 4/6 on three-pointers, but the battle was yet to begin.
The Bulls cut the lead to as little as 2 at the end of the first half. However, the Knicks came out of the tunnel for the 2nd half with the same...