Gerald Wallace steps on Nate Robinson’s head

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| May 6th, 2013 | 2,133 Views

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Before the playoffs started, Brooklyn’s Gerald Wallace was complaining that he didn’t know his role on the team but taking out Nate Robinson seemed like a role of his during the Nets/Bulls series.  From setting a screen that Chris Tucker would be proud of to stepping on the head of Nate, Wallace was physically abusing Nate who had a pretty spectacular series even when he was so sick that he was throwing up during timeouts.

It’s on to the next for Nate and the Bulls and off season limbo for Wallace and the Nets.



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