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LeBron James and Nzar Mohammed go at it in the 2nd quarter of last night’s 104-94 Heat victory in Chicago. More violence from the NBA Playoffs installment of Friday Night Smackdown after the jump, including Noah vs Birdman and Nate Rob swatting LeBron.
LeBron James is 6’8 and weighs 250 pounds (depending on the time of day). Nate Robinson is 5’9, 180 (same caveat applies). For some reason, the Heat are so worried about Nate dropping buckets on them again that they’re talking about siccing LeBron on him. Talk about a waste.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you the top play from the night before, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, in lieu of dunking, Nate Robinson was content to embarrass Kris Humphries with his crossover alone.
He’s On Fire: Nate Robinson Likens His Game To NBA Jam, Fights C.J. Watson After The Worst Missed Dunk In Basketball History (VIDEOS)
Last night’s triple overtime classic at the United Center was a throwback to the 90′s. Not only did the teams combine to score a staggering 276 points, but there was fight where neither player was ejected. And there’s just something about that court in Chicago that screams 1994. Maybe it’s the logo. Either way, I’m surprised they didn’t blast The Spice Girls during timeouts. Video of Nate Rob’s heroics, C.J. Watson’s epic missed dunk, and the two of them fighting at half court after the jump.
Another whacky highlight from one of the league’s several whacky sixth-men. Between J.R. Smith and Nate Robinson, I’m beginning to suspect a inverse correlation between normal human behavior and scoring off the bench.
Nate Robinson’s Diminutive Size Enabled Him To Do Something Really Sneaky On The Basketball Court Last Night
The Super Bowl’s over, so it’s time to refocus on basketball. Fantasy basketball. Here are a few key concepts and free agent moves to keep your playoff hopes alive or push your team to championship contender.
Five people were shot during a late-night fracas that devolved into gunfire in Harlem’s famous Rucker Park last night. Former Knick Nate Robinson was one of the people “scrambling for safety,” according to the New York Post.
Nate Robinson breaks Reggie Jackson’s
ankles everything. Alas, the Warriors would fall to the Thunder, 120-109.
You know Nate Robinson as the undersized Thunder guard who made his mark with the Knicks, and whose size belied his dunking ability. But he was also a pretty good football player at Washington before he gave up that sport to focus on basketball full-time. And it seems that Robinson’s 6-year-old son, Nahmier, inherited that talent – video evidence after the jump.