Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson had an interesting day against the Brooklyn Nets in the thrilling Game 4 of their first-round, best-of-seven NBA playoff series at the United Center on Saturday. In addition to helping the Bulls take the Nets to double-overtime with a clutch shot in the first OT, Robinson scuffled with Brooklyn’s C.J. Watson earlier in the game. It got worse for little Nate.
In the fourth quarter, the Nets’ Gerald Wallace set an absolutely crushing screen on the 5’9″ Robinson that floored him like a crack-back block. Robinson leads his team with 32 points heading into the second OT, but he’s lucky to be upright. Watch Wallace level Robinson in the video below:
Wallace’s screen on Robinson was almost as fierce as this block by Philadelphia’s Keith Byars on the Giants’ Pepper Johnson in an old NFC East clash:
[h/t: @Beyond The Buzzer for the video]