CHICAGO — Early in the fourth quarter Saturday, Gerald Wallace set a hard screen on Nate Robinson in the Nets’ backcourt. Robinson weighs 35 pounds less and is 10 inches shorter than the 6-foot-7, 215-pound Wallace, and the collision had the feel of a puppy running into a Mack truck.
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Robinson lay on the floor, facedown, for several moments. But he soon shook his head, steadied himself and rose. He then delivered a memorable, and improbable, playoff performance.
The Bulls trailed by 109-95 with three minutes to play in regulation when Robinson took over. He scored 12 straight points and led the Bulls on a 16-2 run, to the delight of the United Center crowd.
He sank a 3-pointer, then made a driving layup, a jumper and all three free throws…
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