Bulls stun Miami in East series 'opener'

May 8, 2013 Full story: Arab Times 7

Robinson, who was bloodied in the first half after a collision with LeBron James, carried the visiting Bulls on his back down the stretch by scoring the final seven points Monday to give the Bulls a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.

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Donnell jackson rckfd il

United States

#1 May 8, 2013
heart over height. when it comes to heart nate robinson is by far one of the tallest players in the league.

Since: May 13

Chatsworth, CA

#2 May 8, 2013
Donnell jackson rckfd il wrote:
heart over height. when it comes to heart nate robinson is by far one of the tallest players in the league.
Definitely stands the tallest when it comes to heart. Him and Noah can carry the whole team with their heart and dedication. With that said, still think the Heat will take this series. They have way too much talent.

Here's a billboard that's posted somewhere in Chicago, thought you might enjoy it:

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Ginobili

San Francisco, CA

#3 May 8, 2013
Erik Spoelstra is a lousy coach, he has his team playing way too soft. Bosh need to hit the boards harder instead of playing in the perimeter, so does Shane, Joel Anthony and Chris Andersen. They will lose if James is the only one that is physical. since Bosh came to the Heat, he has been nothing but a joke and Wade injured too often.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#4 May 8, 2013
I'm sure the Heat will win the series and most likely the whole thing but it was awesome to see the Bulls go into Miami and knock them down only if it were to be just once.
Ginobili

San Francisco, CA

#5 May 9, 2013
If the Heat played phyiscal like last night, they will win it. If James is the only one playing physical. One against five the Heat will have a hard time. Even though the Heat won convincingly last night, the Bulls still have home court advantage with a win in Miami. The Heat have dug themselves a hole, if they lost last night it would have been a big hole.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#6 May 9, 2013
Ginobili wrote:
If the Heat played phyiscal like last night, they will win it. If James is the only one playing physical. One against five the Heat will have a hard time. Even though the Heat won convincingly last night, the Bulls still have home court advantage with a win in Miami. The Heat have dug themselves a hole, if they lost last night it would have been a big hole.
Way to point out the obvious.=P
Ginobili

San Francisco, CA

#7 May 9, 2013
In the reg season it was not obvious to the Heat coaching staff and in the first also, this is the playoffs, the physicality rises by one or two levels. Heck in the regular season I watch many times that LBJ was one on five with his physicality against other teams the rest of the players except for Chris Andersen were wimpy and sissy. Yesterday I saw Shane knocking off a few butts but Bosh is still too soft. Haslem stepped it up also.

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