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One of the best feel-good stories of this years playoffs has been the outstanding the play of Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson, a guy who makes up with heart what he lacks in height. Robinson is one of the most prolific scorers in this league when he gets hot, and can make shots from literally anywhere on the floor, and probably thinks he’s better than he actually is. The league has taken notice of Robinson’s play as well, starring him in one of their ‘We are all watching’ commercials for the NBA playoffs. Here is the commercial courtesy of the NBA and Yahoo! Sports: By: Frank Santos The post WATCH: Nate Robinson’s ‘We are all watching’ commercial appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
BEST OF MAXIM
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...
Put Nate Robinson next to 6-foot-11 center Joakim Noah and several other tall-as-all-get-out Chicago Bulls teammates and the result is this hilarious billboard.
Nate Robinson has been one of the big stories of the NBA Playoffs this year. When you play that well and with that much heart, you tend to get recognized. Nate got himself a “We Are All Watching” video. This isn’t the Point Guard that Bulls fans wished had his own video, but congrats to The post Video: Nate Robinson Gets a “We Are All Watching” Commercial appeared first on No Coast Bias.
The Chicago Bulls' diminutive point guard, Nate Robinson, is playing so big during the Playoffs that the NBA has featured him in a 'We are all watching' commercial.
Nate Robinson gives hope to guys under 6 feet tall everywhere. In last night’s game 3 between the Bulls and Heat, Robinson block the shot of the best player in the league LeBron James. What makes it even more impressive is James rarely gets his shot block and is one of the strongest players around the rim NBA.
Robinson is having a heck of NBA playoffs but sadly for him the Bulls...
The final installment of the NBA Playoffs “We Are All Watching” commercial features Bulls point guard Nate Robinson and clips from him incredible Game 4 performance in the first round against the Brooklyn Nets:
TAKE A DIVE
Nate Robinson said he thinks LeBron James flopped on the shove from Nazr Mohammed in Game 3 that resulted in an ejection.
One of the reasons I thought LeBron James should have been the Defensive Player of the Year, was because he can defend all five positions on the court.
That is very rare for any player to do. He is also burden at times with having to slow down a team’s top scorer. So, he is having to defend the likes of Carmelo Anthony, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and etc. These aren’t easy tasks...
LeBron James said it wouldn't be a surprise if he ended up guarding Nate Robinson in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Wednesday after Robinson scored a game-high 27 points in the Bulls' Game 1 win., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/lebron-may-guard-59-robinson-in-game-2
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.
Photo Credit: Jesse D. Garrabrant-NBAE via Getty Images
The Bulls have a Napoleon complex. It's obvious and it's fueled by their X-factor in Nate Robinson. Robinson has shown he has the ability to shoot this team in and out of victories, and it couldn't be more exciting to watch. Maybe I was wrong about the amount of help the Bulls had in defending the Heat, maybe...
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Nate Robinson , the unsung hero...
Bulls’ Joakim Noah picked up a technical foul late in the first quarter of Game 3 Friday after shoving Miami’s Chris “Birdman” Andersen. As Birdman went up to block Nate Robinson’s shot on a drive to the basket, he fell on top of Robinson, which Noah took exception to. The Bulls center walked over and shoved Birdman off of Robinson, which resulted in the referee holding...