The Chicago Bulls Officially Reside On Nate Robinson’s Back

The Chicago Bulls officially certified their toughness, stealing Game 1 in Miami, who came in hot off their four-game sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks. They were supposed to be rested and healthy. Instead, The Heat looked out of rhythm offensively and Dwyane Wade didn't look 100 percent. Chicago couldn't get much going of their own, but Nate Robinson put the team on his back despite needing stitches during the game after hitting his mouth on the court diving for a loose ball. He returned like it was nothing, took control of Chicago's offense and before Miami realized what happened, the Bulls took the lead after a 10-point run with Nate scoring the final seven.

The game ended 93-86. Nate scored 27 with nine assists, while LeBron lead the Heat with 24 points, eight boards and seven dimes. Game 2 is in Miami on Wednesday. If Miami can't put Chicago down in the third, we may be in for more fourth quarters like tonight. 



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