It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood because of a 5'8 dynamo that has worn more jerseys than a footlocker employee. The uncertainty of a contract and lack of security hasn't bothered Nate Robinson at all. He Plays To Win The Game! Which is something that Rip Hamilton hasn't done since making the move from the motor city.
All this talk about signing a two guard, and you have one right under Thibodeau's nose. Robinson is fearless, penetrating against men that have 12 inches on him (height that is) has been a night in-night out thing. His running mentality fits perfectly with Rose and his abillity to spot up and hit the 20 footer makes him a vital addition. Rip Hamilton's name says it all: R.I.P. and he should join the senior citizen circuit in Boston next year.
With a solid front court, and Robinson as their spark plug, all Chicago needs is their motor. Whether Derrick Rose wants to jump start this overachieving bunch is his decision and should be made before the last week of the season. Fans everywhere can keep focusing on their melodramatic home grown "injured" superstar(odds are that Kevin Ware willl play before Rose does)but give credit where credit is due, without Nate Robinson's swagger Chicago would be battling the Bucks for the right to be stepped on by Lebron and company.