Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson led an improbable comeback over the Brooklyn Nets, scoring 23 points in the fourth quarter (one short of a Bulls franchise record held by Michael Jordan) to erase a 14-point deficit with three minutes left. Robinson finished the game with 34 points on 14-23 shooting, and one technical foul for getting into a scrum with Nets guard C.J. Watson.
i just spoke to a buddy of mine-part of the Nets administration---to him,the bottom line is that a scheme was not devised to limit Nate Robinson---putting it squarely on the head coach shoulders if the Nets lose this series ,P.J. will be out of here---likely to be replace by Phil Jackson-IF he wants it--or Jeff Van Gundy i,personally, would consider trading DWILL to get a top big man to go along with Lopez DWILL would give them a shot at Kevin Love,whom i heard would want to play here-his girlfriend lives here--otherwise a DWILL trade to the Lakers for Howard would benefit both teams!! the REALITY is DWILL has too many personal issues to be a consistent leader on any good team- no one knows which DWILL will show up-could be a star player one day-the next game he may be sulking-he is also the Nets most marketable player to get a top big man----in addition,you dont need a top point guard to win it all---just look at the teams that have won championships--a TOP level point guard was not needed!! a good point guard is helpful but an elite point guard is not necessary!!!!