Nate Robinson and C.J. Watson are apparently involved in one of the least consequential rivalries in the NBA. During Game 4 of the Bulls – Nets series, Robinson and Watson were guarding each other and started to bump each other. They then got tangled (it looked like Watson was holding onto Robinson’s arm) and ended up on the scorer’s table with teammates, coaches and referees trying to break it up. In the end, no punches were thrown and both players were given technical fouls. Robinson left the game shortly after the incident and headed for the locker room, presumably to chill out.
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