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Nate Robinson says LeBron James is "good at acting"

Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson took verbal jabs aimed at LeBron James following the Bulls Game 3 loss on Friday night. James and Bulls center Nazr Mohammed got tied up in the second quarter which led to a technical foul on James. Mohammed took exception to the foul and shoved James down to the floor and was ejected soon thereafter.

Robinson reacted to LeBron falling to the floor by saying, "You see LeBron in a lot of commercials." Robinson added that James was "a good actor," insinuating James flopped on the Mohammed shove.

Tempers were running high again during Game 3. Earlier in the game, Joakim Noah received a technical foul for shoving Chris “Birdman” Andersen after Anderson fouled Robinson.

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